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  • [1] 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.

  • [11] 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.

  • [-1] January 8, 2015 at 12:12pm

    Dude, why don’t the Muslims take a step back a thousand years then and start working on Algebra II or Algebra III? (how about Trig!) Instead, twenty-first century Islam seems to be concentrating on what contributions they can make to a study of explosives and cutting people’s heads off (surgery, I guess). If these geniuses had spent a little more time concentrating on these computers you say they invented and less time blowing up schools and synagogues, maybe my computer wouldn’t crash all of the time and I wouldn’t have to make endless calls to Ahmed in Pakistan for Customer Support. It’s a little difficult to credit Muslims/Islam for reason and judge them as enlightened when they don’t believe women should drive cars, be seen with their faces uncovered or in the company of other men not their husbands or family members. There really is nothing like a good stoning to keep the little women of an academically excellent society in line, is there? Every advanced, highly educated, and reasonable society conducts itself that way, doesn’t it? Here is a simple truth in the world today that the Muslim apologists refuse to confront: Not all Muslims are terrorists but, all terrorists are Muslims… If not, show me an example of a bunch of radical Quakers or fanatical Christian Scientists who’ve blown up a school lately. I’ll wait.

  • January 7, 2015 at 3:09pm

    Boehner doesn’t seem to know who the enemy is! Someone needs to remind him that President Obama, Harry Reid and, the other liberals in the government and the media are the enemy and are the ones who are truly the ones working against the Republican agenda. These are the ones working to make him look bad and make it difficult for him to get anything done. He believes that conservatives and, Tea-Party Republicans are the problem with America. Too much bronzer has affected his ability to think clearly. He should have never been re-elected Speaker. Only bad things can happen in the next Congress with the cry baby in charge.

  • January 2, 2015 at 2:34pm

    When that show is over I’m walking straight over to the woman who bid $7501.00 and collect my money! If she believes that phone is worth that much, I would gladly sell it to her for just that amount! Fool!

  • January 2, 2015 at 12:42pm

    Caley’s words were taken out of context because she’s not really use to speaking on her own. Her only real talent is reciting from memory the words that other people have written down for her. She needs to keep one of her writers with her at all time so, when she’s asked questions like this in the future, she’ll have someone close by to prepare an answer for her on the spot so she won’t sound so stupid and create such a stir like she has this time around.

  • December 30, 2014 at 8:49pm

    Think of all of the homeless that could have been fed, the roads that could have been built or, fencing that could have built along the Mexican border with the money this country spent so this guy could film himself breaking spaghetti. Where is the line that you stand in where people hand out these envelopes of cash to you so that you can go film yourself breaking spaghetti?

  • [13] December 30, 2014 at 8:28pm

    I hope someone will just “accidentally” happen to fall against his knee and blow out his ACL! This guy is a punk and has shown that he has no respect for the game or his fellow players and teammates. He is actually just as dangerous to his own players because the other teams are going to adopt the attitude that for every player that Suh takes out they’re going to take out a Detroit Lion in return. The NFL needs to get rid of players likes this and I hope they review this tape and do the right thing or, if they don’t, I hope the other players in the league will take of it for them.

  • December 15, 2014 at 12:37pm

    If you go back and look at the video of all of the politicians immediately after 9/11 and see that while the towers were still smoking piles of rubble even the most liberal and pacifist of democrat politicians and pundits were commenting on how we would need to spare no energy or effort to see that the plotters and planners of 9/11 were “brought to justice” but, root and stem of terrorism worldwide would have to be destroyed. Even the most liberal civil libertarians acknowledged that Americans would have to get used to being wanded at airports and having their bags searched and x-rayed and having themselves sniffed by dogs. When they were shown how the Israelis willingly tolerated this for safety’s sake they all said, “For safety’s sake, that’s OK.”
    They also said that we had to do whatever was necessary to get the kind of information we needed to prevent another 9/11 and thought a safe place off-shore like GITMO was a great idea. That is until GITMO and water-boarding worked too well and George Bush and Dick Cheney had too much success and Barack Obama couldn’t stand to give Bush and Cheney any credit for success in possibly getting a handle on the war on terror.
    Now the pacifist Obama is going to give back those gains so that America can go back to being on the defensive in the war on terror. But, I think he likes it that way.

  • [7] December 12, 2014 at 12:32pm

    The Senate (and Oklahoma) has lost its finest Senator. Tom Coburn first ran for the House in Oklahoma and defeated the most liberal representative in the most liberal district in this state on the promise that he would only serve 3 terms. He kept that promise. He ran for Senate promising to only serve two terms and was keeping that promise until a return of cancer caused him to step down early. He has refused to accept earmarks and has opposed legislation that contained pork-even when that pork was on its way to Oklahoma. Oklahoma will miss him but, we send to the Senate a man made in his image, James Lankford. Fear not, America! Oklahoma’s contribution to a small-government, low-tax America lives on. (We just wish the rest of you people would do your part!)

  • December 11, 2014 at 4:57pm

    These remarks are racist, bigoted, and hate-filled ethnic slurs. Such a person who uses such vile language against a person of color in such a disparaging way should have his or her movies boycotted and the sponsors of such a production should be boycotted until they withdraw their support for this project and disassociate themselves from its producers. This type of racist rhetoric sets back the cause of race relations years and only goes to re-open the wounds of civil rights battles previously fought and won. OH! I’m sorry! I forgot, only whites can be racists! This means nothing. If a white person had said this the race hustlers Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton would be all over this like white on rice but, since a black man said this, I don’t know why The Blaze even wasted the space to mention this. Does anybody really think anything is going to come of this?

  • December 11, 2014 at 9:32am

    If Russell Simmons is a black spokesman, then the blacks need better spokesmen! This guy makes records and wears hats with N_ on them. (If he has other talents or gifts, I’m not aware of them). If Russell Simmons believes that all of the problems: economic, social, educational, employment, crime and imprisonment, drug abuse, out-of-wedlock births, etc. can be traced exclusively to the oppression of blacks by The White Devil and his the use of the “N” word, I sure wish he would take off his hat and explain it to us. Why aren’t blacks listening to blacks of real achievement like Condi Rice, Colin Powell, and Ben Carson?

  • [5] December 1, 2014 at 2:07pm

    What if a black cop had shot a white teenager in Ferguson, MO and a group of white St. Louis Rams decided to walk out onto the field with their hands raised in symbolic solidarity of the racial protesting, rioting, and looting on-going in the city? What if THOSE were the circumstances surrounding the displays? Would Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton be in town? Would all of the national media be in town? And, would not those players be fined thousands of dollars by the NFL for making such a partisan political gesture? You bet they would! The NFL is very protective of its image and the only reason they would put up with this kind of protest is the fear of being called racists. If this were white players doing this, the players would have to pay huge fines for their conduct. This is a huge double standard and disgusting hypocrisy.

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