User Profile: SPIN_MD


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  • December 18, 2014 at 9:50am

    It takes something like this for Hollywood to cancel the release of a bad movie. If they had better management these type films would never be made. I’m not talking about “controversial” films. I’m talking about just bad, poorly crafted, poorly acted movies that have no social value. Porn is just as abhorrent but at least it has an actual purpose. These type movies are a waste of time, money and resources.

    Like my Grandma used to say, “good riddance to bad rubbish.”

  • [2] December 17, 2014 at 1:10pm

    I don’t seriously think this actually occurred. The FLOTUS & her husband have a very casual relationship with truth. Facts are irrelevant when it comes to the narrative. Data is irrelevant when it comes to ideology. Statistics are irrelevant when it comes to image.
    This says more about her as a person. Blacks tend to be very sensitive about such things. It relates to the “they all look alike” thought patterns. When dealing with a genetic subgroup with very little differentiation in physiognomy, it is common for others not of said group to have difficulty in seeing differences in individuals. Statistically sub-Saharan indigenous tribesmen overwhelmingly have black hair, brown eyes and dark skin with few deviations from this norm.
    Rep. Corrine Brown(D) of the 5th Congressional District in Florida, has this very problem. She said that whites and Hispanics all looked alike to her. This is obviously a statement of prejudice. Whites, being Caucasians, have the widest spectrum of variations of physiognomy of all the genetic subgroups. While Hispanics share a narrower spectrum of differentiation in physiognomy as do the sub-Saharan indigenous tribesmen. it is not to the same level of ubiquitous similarity. The term Hispanic is used in reference to many people, some very dark skinned, like Brazilians, and some very light skinned, like Colombians.
    Had the FLOTUS been at Target with other black patrons, she would most likely have blended in to the point of anonymity.

  • December 17, 2014 at 10:16am

    Another Seth Rogan movie that is a flop. Is that really surprising?

  • [4] December 15, 2014 at 5:33pm

    Sinning is not unavoidable. When one is tempted, turn away from the temptation. God will not allow temptation without providing a way of escape.(1 Corinthians 10:13) However, if one does sin, repentance is the first thing to do when convicted by the Holy Spirit. If someone is constantly giving into temptation to sin, there would naturally be a concern as to whether that person is actually a Christian. Jesus said many would call themselves Christians which weren’t and those same people would be cast into the lake of fire.

  • December 15, 2014 at 2:03pm

    This sounds like liberals to me. They are always the ones descending to this level. Remember the swastika found outside Rep. David Scott’s office. That was someone from his own office as I remember. Or the effigy of Obama in Georgia, that was also liberals connected to the local Democratic party.

    This is nothing new. It is just meant to stir up emotions. Blacks, as a rule, seem to be incredibly easily led into a frenzy.

  • [5] December 15, 2014 at 1:53pm

    Technically, the passage most evangelicals use in reference to homosexuality is in the Old Testament and has to do with activity, not the thought process. Jesus was the one that fulfilled the law and actually extended the commandments to the thought life of an individual as well as his/her personal activity.

    That being said, there is nowhere in the Bible that speaks to being attracted to the same gender is sinful. Attraction is many things to many people, therefore a slippery slope indeed.

    I don’t actually see a problem with someone self-identifying as gay remaining celibate and serving God. Chances are said individual will come to the knowledge that he has been deceived and turn from unclean thoughts. Remember Jesus included the thought life in the law. Granted we are not under the law as were the Jews. We are under a new covenant which includes not only the law but the expounded version of the law as found in Matthew.

    There are many instances in the Bible of two individuals of the same gender being very much in love, not in a romantic way but in a much deeper covenant way. There is nothing wrong with that at all.

    There are benefits as well for guys especially. If you do not succumb to the flesh, you don’t have to pay the penalty in your body for the sin. The elevated rates of gay men being diagnosed with certain, pretty awful, diseases is daunting. Therefore if you don’t participate in the behavior, you don’t have the repercussions of it.

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  • December 15, 2014 at 1:21pm

    The American people are tired of actors thinking their opinion is more important just because they are actors. If you want this nonsense to end, stop buying the product. I did years ago. I do not pay to see movies with which I disagree or who employ those with whom I disagree. By the way, that is most movies nowadays.

    I haven’t missed much. I have actually reclaimed valuable time. Remember what Ben Franklin said, “But dost thou love life, then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of.”

    I haven’t seen a movie in which Mr. Jackson appears in years.

  • December 14, 2014 at 10:34am

    And yes, I have actually heard preachers in pulpits say they think murder is less of a sin than homosexuality. That is astounding to me. The attitude has got to change concerning this issue. I am not saying give in to pressure to accept this deviancy as a normal way of life. I don’t think gay lifestyles need to be taught to children either. Since it is not a natural way to live and people are definitely not born that way, they need to recruit.

    I personally have never known a gay man ever say he was overjoyed when he figured out that he was gay. The change can be so insidious that those involved can feel it is an innate character trait. My own personal feeling is that homosexuality is a deviancy that is developmental in origin. Little changes and indiscernible tweaks through the years would necessarily seem like they were always present from birth to the person in which they were occurring.

    I do have gay friends. I have talked to their parents. Some are Christians. Some are not. Most all of them say they noticed changes in this way or that. Most say they really weren’t surprised when their son told them the “news”. Most were still devastated.

    I know some guys whose family disowned them too. I can’t imagine that either. That says there is probably a lot of dysfunction in said family. There is a difference between loving with principles and with vanity.

  • [1] December 14, 2014 at 9:53am

    This sort of thing is silly. Granted, the organization which put up this billboard maybe should have done more thorough due diligence. Other than that the message is on spot. My biggest problem with those relating this message is they are focusing on the wrong thing.

    I work in an industry with a lot of gay men. On any random day , I am the only straight guy in the room. I am a Christian. I get ridiculed all the time for being a Christian. I don’t care. I still tell anyone who will listen about the saving grace of Jesus. That to me is the more important issue. Telling these people about a different way to live.

    The whole gay culture is an enigma to me. They call themselves “gay” but are among some of the unhappiest people I have ever known. They say they are tolerant and just want to be tolerated as well. This is simply not true. My experience with gays is that they are the most hostile anti-religious, misogynistic, racist, segregationist, ageist, vain, self centric, miserable group of guys. I speak to the guys because I don’t have much interaction with lesbians in my particular career.

    I don’t hate gay people. I love them enough to tell them they are in sin and need salvation. The church has pretty much turned its back on these people, yet opens its arms to drug addicts, whores, and murdering baby killers. I don’t get that at all. Sin is sin. The church’s obligation is to the tell everyone. Not just the ones you find less offensive.

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  • [2] December 11, 2014 at 9:11pm

    They don’t know what causes heterosexuality. The profound stupidity is astounding. I’ll give them a hint….perpetuation of the species. Since higher animals rely on two genders for this process, heterosexuality is the paradigm. Last time I looked two males cannot produce offspring. Two females cannot produce offspring. There are many species where females can spontaneously generate into males if needed. There are a few species where males can generate into females when needed. In both instances, survival of the species is the reason.

    There are specific instances where same gender bonding is common in higher more complex species. Again for the survival of the species. In these instances there is no real sexual component.

    All of the “studies” done on the “gay” gene have, to a one, been biased. The spare few of these studies were for the most part done by either a gay “scientist” or one with an agenda. They went looking for a reason and fit whatever they found into a formula. Sort of like the AGW guys. If you look hard enough you can find just about anything to spin into some sort of nonsense. Especially if you leave out vast portions of research which don’t fit your paradigm.

    There could possibly be genetic patterns which may contribute to individuals accepting a sexual deviancy in certain circumstances. The one thing for sure which contributes to the acceptance of a sexual deviancy is the constant exposure to said deviancy.

  • [2] December 9, 2014 at 3:16pm

    DOJ statistics provide data that in the instance of violent crime where the victim is white the perpetrator is black 43% of the time. By contrast, in the instance of violent crime where the victim is black the perpetrator is black 96% of the time. The remaining 4% includes all other ethnicity and races, all.

    In the instance of rape, where the victim is white, the perpetrator is black 47% of the time. In the instance of rape where the victim is black, the perpetrator is white 0% of the time.

    Statistically speaking it would be safe to assume that the perpetrator(s) are more than likely black and male, especially when you factor in the local demographic makeup of the area.

    Now if it turns out to be a woman in a revenge killing, that makes sense as well. Women tend to be more cold blooded than do men in such things. 52 million dead babies speak to that overwhelming statistic.

  • [1] December 9, 2014 at 3:00pm

    There are different kinds of stupid. Those of the academia and intelligentsia set are notorious for being socially illiterate and definitely conversationally challenged. I have a cousin that is a brainiac. He designs software systems.

    He has worked for a couple of the major communications carriers, a few of the aviation manufacturers and is now working for a company with a government contract developing systems for intelligence gathering for the DOD. So he is very intellectual.

    That being said, his sense of humor is very odd. His taste in clothes is very odd as well. He has the conversational skills of a preschooler. Really anything outside of his very finite purview is alien to him. He isn’t what one would call a well rounded person.

    Algorithms, statistics and binary code is his deal. Anything beyond that is difficult for him to navigate. I am in the creative end of jobs and industries. He has zero creativity. His taste in art is appalling.

    Dr. Gruber strikes me as much the same way. My cousin often lords over people when he is frustrated by his not being able to communicate well with “average” persons. The problem is he doesn’t realize that he appears stupid, himself, when he uses his personal scientific vernacular with persons that don’t have a clue as to what he is saying.

    Does Dr. Gruber have an intellectual deficit? Probably not. Is he a social moron? Probably yes.

  • [2] December 9, 2014 at 9:25am

    Another liberal progressive experiencing buyer’s remorse. No Ann YOU get what you have sown. The problem is everyone in America has to suffer right along with you, Ann, for your profound ineptitude.

  • December 9, 2014 at 9:13am

    HUH? The Blaze does it again. No news is Blaze news.

  • [-1] December 8, 2014 at 11:55am

    Smart people have known for years that the NFL rigs games. People stop buying tickets! Put these liars out of business along with the millionaire imbeciles they employ.

  • [2] December 8, 2014 at 11:48am

    I am thinking that TV producers are in the same camp as Dr. Gruber. They really think the American citizenry is stupid. The way a constrictor subdues its prey is by crushing it either to death or to the point that it can no longer struggle which is very close to death. This guy calls himself an expert. Really? The whole experiment was flawed from the outset. I feel sorry for those which spent any time watching this travesty of “science”. Maybe this guy went to the same school as all the climate change “scientists”. This is the reason I rarely watch TV. It is inanity in a continuous loop.

  • [2] December 8, 2014 at 10:04am

    It is bad enough that the taxes that whites pay into the government are used to propagate these very ones. That cannot be changed except through the system. The way one spends their own money in private matters is something every individual controls. Stop buying tickets to NFL and NBA games. Stop buying Beyonce and JZ music. Don’t go to any movies in which Jamie Fox or Samuel L. Jackson appear. Starve the beast and it will die.

    The Hollywood entertainment industrial complex is left leaning, true. They love their causes as long as it don’t cost them anything personally. They love their money more than they love their ideology.

  • [3] December 8, 2014 at 9:57am

    What happened to Mr. Garner was lamentable. It would not have occurred had he been cooperative with the police. He was uncooperative with the police because he was breaking the law. It is a stupid law for sure, but still IS the law.

    I suppose maybe the NYC mayor should extend the same privilege of only enforcing laws with which any random individual police officer agrees, like the current president.

    Now he, the current NYC mayor, says there needs to be a real conversation about, not race, but racism. That statement alone sets up said discussion for failure. Racism in it current usage is a bastard term. It no longer means anything really. It is a cudgel used to subdue a particular group of citizens.

    There will be no real discussion of race because many on one said do not want to face the facts and statistical data which points in one direction overwhelmingly. Conclusions would not be favorable if the real data was objectively investigated and empirically tested. Therefore no genuine conversation about race relations will ever occur.

    That being said, this ridiculousness needs to stop. The majority of “fans” for professional sports events are white. The solution is very simple. White people need to stop their financial support of the organizations. It makes to sense to give monies to these people that constantly insult you.

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  • [-1] September 17, 2014 at 11:56am

    Any random unrepentant sinner is going to hell in all likelihood including homosexuals as well as thieves or adulterers or murderers including those whom have aborted inconvenient children. God will have mercy on whom He will have mercy. Which just means man does not know for sure the eternal destiny of anyone.

    Now as far as the preacher goes I can more than likely statistically prove he too is not a Christian and therefore not going to heaven.

    Let’s take a look at that just from the sparse information we have from this silly article. He is black. Statistically blacks are Democrats firstly. One cannot be a true Christian and be a Democrat. I am not saying all Republicans are Christians. I am just stating that to vote for the Democratic party and for all which it stands is diametrically opposed to the Bible and God’s commandments.

    Blacks also are statistically prone to criminality and immorality. See any random news cast or NFL game for verification. All blacks benefit from affirmative action which is theft by proxy. Most all blacks have be a recipient of some random government giveaway program at some point in their life. That too is theft by proxy.

  • September 14, 2014 at 3:21pm

    The reason this is happening is both parties are in full support of this. The game now is who is going to be top dog when the “machine” is switched on. The Dems have laid the ground work.

    I honestly think the next President will be a Republican. Dems haven’t had back to back administrations since WW2. I think that is the fact that when Dems are in power Americans loose more freedoms through overt socialism. The people smarten up. Elect a Republican which appears to correct things. Things get a little better and then the “groups” want more stuff and the pendulum swings back.

    All major socialist programs were enacted under Dems. The Federal Reserve Act, SSA, affirmative action, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, CRA, VRA, Community Reinvestment Act, ACA to name a few.

    When the Republican President is elected, he can simply pack the court . FDR threatened it, but it never came to fruition. The American citizenry has already proven they are willing to give up liberty for stuff. The mindset is already there. All the Republicans have to do is tweak it a bit to where the citizenry will give up liberty to get THEIR stuff back.

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