User Profile: sooner


Member Since: September 02, 2010


  • February 20, 2015 at 4:26pm

    Did anyone catch what the price of that car was? I want one but that-and where I can go pick one up at-were the only parts I missed, dang it!

  • [6] February 19, 2015 at 11:43am

    Let’s assume the maximum danger: 5,000 cancer cases over the next 70 years. While this report notes that this chemical is in other food products besides soda it focuses its attention on soda, so let’s consider that: In doing this study, I’m sure they used lab rats and probably gave these rats a chemical dosage about 1,000% of their body weight or, something like the equivalent of a 175 lb. adult male drinking Coca-Cola around the clock from the time as a child he was able to drink from a sippy-cup until the time he retires and goes into an Assisted Living Center.
    Plus 5,000 cases in 70 years. More people will die from meteor strikes than that!
    Take the population of the earth and account for all of the people who will come and go over the course of the next 70 years (there are about 5 billion of us here NOW!) Out of that cumulative total number over 70 years, 5,000 of them are going to get cancer-assuming the MAXIMUM danger!
    Run and hide!! Run and hide! Run and hide!

  • [9] February 14, 2015 at 12:30pm

    I can’t understand why anyone would be so cynical or suspicious about this interview or the success this man had in this story. Look at how this went: He showed up at his interview dressed appropriately: Navy jacket, white shirt, tie. Firm handshake. “Yes sir.” “No, sir.” “Thank you.” Another firm handshake. “Thank you for your time.”
    Notice a couple of other things: I didn’t notice that this young man had a facial tattoo nor did I notice that his nose, lips, eyebrows, tongue, cheeks or any other visible parts of his body were sporting diamonds, baubles, twirlies or any other glittery distractions. I noticed that his head was uncovered and he was not wearing a baseball cap. His pants also seemed to be tailored to fit around his waist.
    It’s amazing how often this combination works in a job interview. Chik-Fil-A will be a good start for this young man. He shows good promise. He has a bright future. There are a lot of kids that could learn from his example and, if they do, they could have a chance to work for this young man someday.

  • February 10, 2015 at 3:46pm

    I’m sure she’ll be quite the prize out there on the rock pile (wink, wink, nudge, nudge).

  • [8] February 9, 2015 at 1:57pm

    Views such as Dr. Carson’s get you added to the SPLC’s Extremists List?…..I guess you better add my name on there too.

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  • [5] February 9, 2015 at 11:45am

    Why do people watch him? He does not “sing”. It is difficult to classify the guttural sounds this crotch-grabbing no-talent is making as any form of speech or language. It is also difficult to understand why people would lay out hard earned cash to purchase what can only be called musical garbage (“musical” used in the broadest possible context). What is this business of him being a power in the music world and a musical genius and that sort of thing? I guess, given the environment among his peeps in the hood, power must have to do with the caliber of his weaponry or his ability to acquire stupid and weak women and produce copious illegitimate spawn (how he does this since he’s always holding “the boys” is another mystery). To quote Ronald Reagan, Kanye needs to be placed on “the ash heap of history” by people with money refusing to watch him or subsidize his filth. Beginning today.

  • [-6] February 7, 2015 at 4:25pm

    Sarah Palin is the Barack Obama of the Republican Party! She gave one incredible speech at the Republican convention after being nominated for VP by John McCain. Before that, she was unknown to anyone in the United States except her family and the people in Alaska. Likewise Barack Obama gave one great speech and was able to ride that speech into the Oval Office. We can see how that has turned out, sadly. Since the last election Sarah Palin has done nothing but, give lots of speeches and earn a lot of money. There is no reason to believe that she will be any better a president than she was a vice-presidential candidate but, she has some kind of Messianic, cult-like following. Who else have we seen lately that had such a following yet, had no real national experience that would suggest this person would make a good president? Wasn’t that the complaint about Barack Obama? Do you think the democrats are going to let that go? Do you think the Republicans ought to go down that road? Is she really the best the Republicans can do? Help us if she is!

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  • [-2] February 7, 2015 at 4:08pm

    Sarah Palin could not be more wrong about this. Brian Williams should be fired now! Let’s say the person who had made the comment had been Sarah Palin or Glenn Beck and the comment had been in the exact opposite context from Brian Williams: the circumstances were exactly reversed! Do you think for one minute that Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and Brian Williams and the liberals would be saying: “I hope Sarah Palin keeps her job as the face of network news…..” Not on your life! They would be screaming for her to be fired, they would be calling for boycotts of Fox News and of the advertisers and sponsors of Fox News and would be beside themselves calling for her head and saying that her continued employment was just a symbol of the right-wing, tabloid nature of cable news. Sarah Palin is dead wrong: Brian Williams needs to go, and he needs to go today!

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  • [1] February 7, 2015 at 9:54am

    If a gay couple were to come into my bakery and ask me to make their wedding cake, I would tell them I’d be happy to however, I would let them know that in the month before their wedding I was committed to make a cake for a couple who had ebola, two couples with anthrax, a couple with leprosy and, another double-ring ceremony for couples with dysentery and small pox and I would not have time to disinfect my bakery or my tools before begging their cake. But, if that was OK with them, I’d be happy to do their cakes and, I would give them my Gay-Cake rate: one million dollars with half up-front. I’m a fair and open-minded kind of guy.

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  • [2] February 6, 2015 at 2:55pm

    Goodness gracious! Those two need to get a room! Or, at least Mr. O’Donnell needs to take that book into his bedroom, get under his covers………

  • January 30, 2015 at 11:46am

    When you walk into any place of business and ask for an employment application, you will find along the top of that application a list of exclusions of whom the company will not discriminate against while hiring. This long list continues to grow as new groups are added to the protected list. It seems as though now a simplification would be helpful and this clause should be erased and changed to: “THIS COMPANY RESERVES THE RIGHT TO DISCRIMINATE AGAINST STRAIGHT, WHITE, CHRISTIAN, MALES WHO ARE NATIVE-BORN CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.” This should cut down on the red tape in the Affirmative Action business, Al Sharpton won’t have any reason to gripe no more because it will put them in charge and it will put those white, Bible-thumping men who’ve ruined everything back in their places. (You know those ones that start businesses and hire people?).

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  • [2] January 29, 2015 at 8:47am

    Jesse Ventura states that he will not see “American Sniper” because it is not authentic. Jesse Ventura is an expert in authentic. As someone who spent his professional career running around in sparkly panties, feather boas and, predetermined “rassling” matches, if anyone knows authentic it is definitely Jesse Ventura! I wonder if “The Body” would like to have another go at Chris Kyle if he could, or is he content to just sue his widow.

  • [2] January 28, 2015 at 11:49am

    Every time I see her face, I go down a pound or two.

  • [4] January 28, 2015 at 11:48am

    Would it be “quirky” and “thinking outside the box” to smear a thin layer of Vaseline on the other teams balls but, leaving the air pressure unchanged? Since you like stealing signs in baseball so much, would it be OK to use a radio jammers to interrupt a team being able to communicate through their helmet communication system or to intercept the plays being called in through those receivers? How about placing bugs in the opposing teams locker rooms or maybe urinating in their Gatorade? After all, that’s not head hunting.

  • [12] January 28, 2015 at 11:34am

    I think she just proved the theory of what really happened! She sent her dork-boy into a toilet with a bag of 12 balls. This person had no experience handling footballs and had no idea what an inflation needle and air pump were and how they worked on a football. Given all of that, he was still able to deflate almost all of the balls even while dealing with the pressure of a camera crew and carrying on a conversation with Rachel.
    Compare that with the Patriots personnel who would be experienced at handling footballs and for whom using an air pump and needle would be a snap; none of this fumbling around with the ball bag. Plus, these guys would be determined to be done quickly realizing that a Super Bowl was on the line.
    Still, these TV people ALMOST finished on time! Can you imaging what people who handled footballs all of the time would have been able to do? Without knowing it, I think Rachel Maddow has shown how easy it would have been for the Patriots to have deflated the balls in just the way people have accused them of doing. Could this be the first time that in being wrong, that MSNBC has actually been right?

  • January 27, 2015 at 12:38pm

    Who says it all had to happen BEFORE the game? The New England ball boy has 12 balls each with the regulation amount of air which he presents to the official for inspection which are placed into play. Only one ball is in play at one time, which means there are 11 balls loose on the sidelines. Now, I don’t know about you but, when I’m at a football game I’m not paying a lot of attention to what the ball boy is doing at any given moment. Having brought with him a small air needle and gauge, it would be no problem at all for the ball boy to take a couple of pounds of air out of the balls he has with him as they rotate in and out of the game. After all, he’s just standing there with an armload of balls and no one’s looking at him and he’s got his little air gauge and needle with him. It takes about 2 seconds to let out 2 pounds of air and, if Bill Belichik is with you on this, I’m sure they’ll find a way to have someone stand in front of you for a second or two. You could complete this little conspiracy within the first couple of possessions of the game. Has anybody thought of this?

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  • [1] January 27, 2015 at 12:11pm

    The Democrats are too lazy to do their own investigation because, if they do, they will be unable to find any evidence that will contradict anything that exists in the reports, files, or records already uncovered and previously known to be true. By making the claims they are making now which they know to be completely out of line and without precedent they hope to later claim that the findings of this committee to be nothing more than a partisan, politically-motivated (and maybe even racist) attempt to smear and slander the President. They can then claim that the Republicans covered up the evidence of “what really happened” where Obama acted heroically to help save the brave, loyal embassy staff yet, blind, partisan hatred of the nation’s first black president drives their investigation. They will then claim that any report from the committee will be only a failed, partisan attempt to embarrass the President and does nothing to honor and help the nation to better understand those horrible and tragic events that lead to the death of Ambassador Chris Stevens and those other loyal and brave Americans in Benghazi. Just wait and see.

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  • January 27, 2015 at 11:14am

    I’m sorry but, I have to question the results of this so-called University science professor (my guess is that he works for the government and/or has tenure). Anyway, their test measures that while typing, the test subject burned 10 calories. My question: HOW LONG did this person type? A week? Two? Did they type while running or doing jumping-jacks or running behind a pick-up truck? Were they being chased by a pit bull while they typed?
    And, what about this person packing groceries who burned just as many calories as the person who was cycling? What were they putting into those grocery bags: pallets of bottled water? crates of watermelons? Were they carrying these groceries up ten flights of stairs before placing them into the sack?
    I find these results impossible to believe. I sure wish they would have included the amount of calories burned for opening beer cans and changing the remote because I need to get to work on setting up my workout regimen. I hope that’s as strenuous as the typist.

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  • [1] January 23, 2015 at 9:59am

    I think Giselle is the person we really need to ask to find out the truth about whether or not Tom Brady has deflated balls. There are probably several other players in the NFL who have been cited for using performance enhancing drugs who, if tested, we would find that their pressure was a few pounds below regulation.

  • January 21, 2015 at 10:36pm

    What in the world was that exercise band attached to-one of Obama’s high-speed rails? Furthermore, had he been handcuffed to this band or was he just too stupid to let go of it before it flung him face-first into the ground? Ted Cruz and Trey Gowdy ought to ask him.

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