User Profile: sooner


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  • April 14, 2014 at 10:40am

    Here we go with the post about the questions of how could a young black man be “randomly” picked for additional searching? It just had to be racism! It had to be profiling! If we check Arabs or someone in Muslim dress it too must be racism. Checking women is either sexism or, some perverted desire by TSA agents to feel up young girls! It seems like the only group that we can search without upsetting some ribbon-wearing, sensitivity-conscious support group is white males. Women, Arabs, Muslims, LGBT, or handicapped-no search. Never!. If you were to put a gay, Muslim woman in a wheelchair, she could be holding a shoulder-fired missile in her lap and she would be passed right through the gate for fear of being called a racist, homophobic, sexist pig. But, if a 4-star general in his dress uniform wearing his medal of honor is carrying an ink pen with too sharp of a point on it, he will be dragged off of that plane and rubber-hosed by a bunch of TSA Agents with 6 weeks of training on how to hassle grandmothers and a guarantee that they can never be fired. This “sensitivity” is why planes get flown into buildings (or just disappear completely).

  • March 25, 2014 at 4:45pm

    This girl needs to be a Police Officer some day! She knows an awful lot about traffic laws for a 14-year-old.

  • March 22, 2014 at 4:55pm

    To liberals and Democrats (oops, same thing) “Common sense gun control” is anything they don’t have to vote on but, something a judge somewhere will bail them out on and grant to them because they will never have the courage to vote on it themselves. Gun control takes away the guns from everyone except congress’s bodyguards and themselves while more of the constituents of Mr. Ellison and the sycophants of Mr. Maher lie dead or dieing in the streets because they’ve had their guns confiscated while the punks, pimps, and drug assassins who don’t watch “Real Time” or listen to Congressman Ellison’s speeches didn’t realize they weren’t allowed to keep their guns and should have already turned them in. That just means that Bill Maher gets to stay on the air complaining about gun violence and Mr. Ellison gets to continue being re-elected promising to bring jobs and “common sense gun control” to the streets of the nation.

  • February 28, 2014 at 4:43pm

    That’s right! Big Interviews! Like America’s Got Talent contestants!

  • February 28, 2014 at 1:43pm

    The worst job in all of television has got to be the sound man at MSNBC controlling the sound levels when Al Sharpton is speaking. The second and third worst jobs are the other two people in the country who are listening to Al at home.

  • February 28, 2014 at 12:37pm

    Not impressed at all! It seemed to me as if for the one cellist that his entire contribution to the movement (and to my mind a certain kind of personal, private movement best describes it) was to strike violently on the cello twice. Having done so, he would begin to pick silently until time again for his next attempt to remove all of the strings from his bow. I have seen it; my life is full. Time to move on until The Blaze begins reviewing poetry readings.

  • February 26, 2014 at 3:38pm

    How is this any different for the Store Owner who has on the front of his store the sign that says: “No Shoes – No Shirt – No Service” He is refusing not only service-but, for some shop owners-even entrance into their stores! This could discriminate against homosexuals, women, racial minorities, those with different sexual preferences, the handicapped, oh, my! You may have also from time to time seen the shopkeeper with the simple sign that reads: “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.” (SHUDDER!)

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  • February 23, 2014 at 11:20pm

    Surely the Obama administration isn’t afraid of little ole’ Fox News are they? If Chris Wallace steps out of line he can just have him droned.

  • February 17, 2014 at 2:33pm

    Has the level of education generally and biology instruction specifically require that the sole way of explaining DNA classes be taught in such a way that DNA is best explained through a process of elimination between Slut (A) and a sub-set of random whore-mongers (B)? I guess this might also help our children understand Algebra more fully also, because a pretty difficult algebraic equation can be constructed out of the various combinations using different female/male DNA combinations. Although there might be some educational merit in this course of study, I’m more likely to guess that this represents a further example of American education going down the rat hole, training for America the next generation of un-wed mothers, dead-beat dads, and McDonald’s employees.

  • February 14, 2014 at 11:26am


  • February 7, 2014 at 8:40am

    I think Fallon will fail if he makes the same mistake that Conan made. If Jimmy Fallon continues to do the “Tonight Show” in the exact same way he is currently doing “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” and just moves the same show up one hour, he will fail. He will need to realize that the audience watching at 11:30 is totally different than the audience that is still awake and watching his current show at 12:30. Jay made that mistake when he moved from his 11:30 show to prime time and Conan made that mistake when he took over “The Tonight Show” by not making any changes from “Late Night”. Neither adapted to their changed audiences. I’m not talking about any “staying true to your craft” or silliness like that; I’m talking about just knowing who your audience is and adjusting your show’s format to account for that. Fallon needs also needs to get rid of those punks “The Roots” and get a real band. They’re punks and not very good musicians although, I do like “Thank you notes”

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  • February 4, 2014 at 10:36pm

    What says “sleazy personal injury lawyer” even better is profiting off of the death or injury of someone you’ve never known, never seen, nor ever met. What says sleazy is having your picture on the cover of phone books and on bus stop shelters or when you give infomercials during late-night horror-flicks on the weekend “Horror-Night” movie broadcasts. Defending the memory of his late brother from the wrong done to him to insure that it never happens to another family is a good and honorable thing. Good cops need not worry. Let’s say it had been your brother…………

  • January 24, 2014 at 4:45pm

    My right to bear arms (including automatic weapons) is infringed upon if I WANT to own an automatic weapon and I am not allowed to do so. Would my freedom of religion be infringed upon if I were allowed to only worship as a (let’s say) a Baptist, but, not as a Methodist? Would my freedom of religion be infringed upon then? Every other religion was available to me except Methodism, so what’s the problem? Would that be right? Fair? Incidentally, what is a “small” revolver? Is there a point at which a revolver ceases being “small” and becomes “medium” or “large”? Once this revolver is no longer “small” does it become banned? What happens to non-small revolvers and who decides what “small” is? What happens to people found to have non-small revolvers? Prison? Re-education Camps? Does a bolt-action hunting rifle have to designate which particular animal species it is intended to hunt in order to be considered a “hunting” rifle? I could go on and on but, I’ll stop. Since you have the answers, I’ll let you figure it all out. Get back to us when you do.

  • January 21, 2014 at 3:36pm

    With enough time and a professional make-up and hairstylist it would be possible to make ANY dark-haired, dark-eyed woman in the entire world look like Kate Middleton. Movies for years have taken actors and actresses who have been cast in various roles and made them up to be virtual identical twins of the real-life characters they play or, made them to look completely different altogether. I don’t see why anyone is so impressed. Now if they were able to make someone look like Glenn Beck……..

  • January 13, 2014 at 3:14pm

    Once again, I’ve wasted a couple of minutes of my life that I’ll never get back reading an article about vain, drunken, slobs. But, it has given me a great idea! I’m going to get hold of all of my friends and we are going to set a time where every year we can all get together and get really wasted. We’ll rent out a large banquet hall and have it catered with the most lavish of food and drink. We’ll hire singers, dancers, jugglers and merry-makers for our pleasure and enjoyment. We’ll call the media and alert them that something important is going on there and they will want to come and televise it. We will then pass out awards to one another and tell each other how precious and talented each one of us is and what a special and unique contribution we make to the betterment of the world. It will be great fun. Hope you can make it! Black tie required. RSVP.

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  • January 10, 2014 at 9:14am

    What Peter King said about Rand Paul what stupid and idiotic and he should apologize. But, what Rand Paul said about the NSA is not right either. After 9/11 everyone complained that we weren’t able to track terrorist’s phone calls (they called it “connect the dots”) because every time we would get a warrant for a terrorist’s phone number, Ahmed would just get a new phone and we’d just have to start all over to get a new warrant for his new phone number. Same with Rahim. We then changed the law where we could wiretap Ahmed or Rahim no matter what his phone number was at the time. If Ahmed called Rahim, or anyone else, we could wiretap either one of them from any phone they called from at anytime, anywhere. If Ahmed is talking to Rahim, we should all want to know about it. If Al is talking to Ralph, we can just let that go. After 9/11 everybody was complaining: “If we could have only listened in on Ahmed and Rahim’s calls, maybe we could have stopped this!” Now that we can do this, people are complaining. Rand Paul was for that at the time; now he’s not. I’m a huge Rand Paul and Tea Party supporter and no big fan of Peter King but, I don’t understand what Rand Paul is complaining about here.

  • January 8, 2014 at 10:29am

    Marc Lamont Hill is nothing more than a combination of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton with a Ph.D and better hair; a well-spoken racial bigot. The idea that every white person is a racist and every black man is a victim will have a new champion once the Jackson/Sharpton axis depart the scene. Interviews like this one cement his racist credentials but, his arguments don’t really help the cause. It’s taken 50 years but, slowly but surely, the lie is going to be exposed in spite of the racist black spokesmen.

  • January 7, 2014 at 12:59pm

    I would have loved to have seen the Invitation To Bid for this project. I would also like to see the specs on this drill. Here you have an $80 million drill which is 5-stories high capable of penetrating rock and concrete yet is incapable of cutting through an 8″ diameter well casing. Who designed this drill? If this thing, being 5-stories high, can’t drill an 8″ pipe-what CAN it drill? Now this casing has been underground since 2002 and the engineers who drew up the specs for this project and the designers of the drill string knew this pipe was down there. They didn’t just suddenly wake up one morning to discover: “Wow! There’s a 8″ well casing down there! That changes everything!” They knew it was down there and decided to drill away, no matter what. All of these morons ought to fired but, since this is a government project, I see more expenses and delays to the taxpayer, a ton more money to the contractors, and promotions all around for the government numbskulls involved in this fiasco.

  • January 4, 2014 at 9:10pm

    Something a lot of people forget is, to be an electrician, plumber, HVAC etc. it is necessary to receive training, certification and licensing in their specialty akin to that in the “professional” fields. But, who do these snobs with the degrees call when their lights go out? A Professional Electrician, that’s who! What about the drains or the A/C? They pay these professional tradesmen between $40 and $75 for the privilege to watch out their windows and see them pull into their driveways. When he enters their home and goes to work, they begin paying him an annualized salary equivalent to their own if you were to extrapolate it out over a 40hr/52wk formula. Don’t forget parts. Same thing with the Plumber, Refrigerator repairman, Washer/Dryer repairman. And, have you tried to work on your car lately? There are many people who are cut out to be Tradesmen rather than Trial Lawyers and that’s good. There is honor, worth and all are due respect in their work. Think about this the next time you write that check out to that Electrician or A/C Repairman you think is ripping you off – If you’re so smart, why didn’t you just fix it yourself? Then tell your kids about Vo-Tech.

  • January 4, 2014 at 7:01pm

    The sale of marijuana in Colorado on January 1 was surpassed only by the sale of potato chips, Twinkies, one-liter bottles of Coca-Cola, pretzels, corn chips, popcorn, and ice cream. Grocery stores are having to completely re-order the entire stock of Snickers bars to get here in time for the Super Bowl. Selling weed is going to be great for the grocery business! Invest in Frito-Lay.