User Profile: StayAtHomeDad

StayAtHomeDad

Member Since: May 22, 2012

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  • [8] March 26, 2015 at 2:01pm

    I completely agree. Elian Gonzales’ brother here crossed the line and should be charged with criminal trespass, destruction of property, and thrown in the brig with a dishonorable discharge.

    I respect our armed services but I simply cannot stand the “free pass” mentality that unfortunately a lot of the current armed services have. They think they can do no wrong and have the right to do whatever they want to do. This is exactly why, when the day comes to kick in your door, they will do it with pride and you can be assured your constitutional rights were gone long ago.

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  • March 26, 2015 at 1:57pm

    Elias Marzeleno – the perp. Is this Elian Gonzales’ long lost brother!?

  • [9] March 26, 2015 at 1:53pm

    Well, you’re entitled to your opinion as an American.

    Everyone should be flying their flag upside down if appropriately displayed because we are indeed all in distress. Based off the fact that the franchise owner actually issued a public notice of apology tells me this story should’ve never made the news and the poor attempt at being PC is pathetic. Is this guy even a legal citizen or is he one of the millenial illegals serving? Once given the okay our militaries will gladly and proudly detain us and trample all our rights not even knowing what they’re doing is unconstitutional, which will be orders they could lawfully disobey. Ignorance is no excuse; ignorance is disgusting.

    I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again to these types of people – serving in the military doesn’t give you a free pass to act as you please and never be labeled a scum bag. Like a great Marine once said – 80% are scum and 20% are the greatest people in the world. This guy should be charged with criminal trespassing and destruction of property. Just because he’s a reservist doesn’t give him a free pass. Few months “in the brig” and a dishonorable discharge should square away that attitude problem of his.

    Elias Marzeleno – is this Elian Gonzales long lost brother!?

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  • [1] December 28, 2014 at 1:38pm

    I didn’t read all of symphonic’s comments so I can’t agree with everything but I will say this. For those who have served – good for you, but it ends there. It doesn’t earn you a lifetime of society owing you anything because many of us, if there were actually a legitimate conflict (there has not been a legitimate conflict in over a generation, and even that could be called into question,) that necessitated us going to serve, we would gladly go.
    I chose not to join the military and it’s probably a good thing I didn’t. My talents have served society in other ways that would’ve been wasted in a corrupt institution that is the military industrial complex. I have family that have served and they feel the same way – society does not permanently owe them something simply because they made a choice to sign up for the military. It’s this society it’s a selfish decision for most and has nothing to do with “providing us with free speech.” That’s what you’ve been programmed to believe. Open your mind, think for yourself. For those who are actively serving, God Bless you, and I hope you make it through….but quit the high and mighty act when you’re done. You’re only a middle man fighting others childhood fantasies and desires – you’re just too programmed to realize it – which is exactly where the military needs its members to be. Otherwise there would be revolt.
    As far as this guy – he’s obviously just a liar. That uniform has been bled on and pissed on for years.

  • [1] November 25, 2014 at 8:57am

    I don’t know why but I busted out laughing when I read your post. Thanks for the laugh. It’s nearly impossible to get a laugh out of me. I’ve followed this incident from day one.

  • [-1] April 15, 2014 at 11:23am

    If you listen closely, I believe the BP Agent is saying “You didn’t the the Lights?” As in, his flashing lights mounted on top of the van. Not the stop light. If you read the story, it’s easy to see it from both sides. In the story, “Ted” leaves out information to the 911 operator, saying “he doesn’t know” what he said to him, even when asked directly, and even goes on to say “He’s just yelling something at me.” It’s called an accident for a reason. Technically I think “Ted” is required by law to yield to the vehicle, if it was using the lights per the BP emergency procedures.

  • April 3, 2014 at 11:14am

    I’m ashamed at myself for even dignifying your comments as anything but nonsense but nevertheless I will. How exactly do you know what the motives or thoughts were of the guys on the moped? It’s time “we” start showing who your boots? No one wants to see your boots. We see plenty of boots, labeled as “state police,” city police, and otherwise, so we certainly don’t want to see yours. You may have “served” in the military. That doesn’t give you a free pass in today’s society. These are not the wars of the past. It’s a brave new world. Get with it.

  • April 3, 2014 at 10:42am

    THE FLAG CODE
    Title 36, U.S.C., Chapter 10
    As amended by P.L. 344, 94th Congress
    Approved July 7, 1976

    § 176. Respect for flag: No disrespect should be shown to the flag of the United States of America; the flag should not be dipped to any person or thing. Regimental colors, State flags, and organization or institutional flags are to be dipped as a mark of honor.
    (a) The flag should never be displayed with the union down, except as a signal of dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.

    These so-called soldiers (or Marines) are criminals. Look at how they run off with the flag as though they’ve done something good for their country. This protest – apparently – was against the rising police state in NM and elsewhere in the US. We do not know the full story here, however, their behavior suggests they are bullies and thugs. Take a look around, then take a look at the flag code itself. We are in a state of dire distress and these guys with the flag were perfectly within their rights.

    Notice you hear one of the so-called “soldiers” (or Marines) scream at the bystander, “I don’t give a damn about their civil rights.” Yet you did your job? Sure, soldier, Marine, or whatever you claim to be.

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  • April 1, 2014 at 1:20pm

    I’d use it. Me and the wife often text each other certain things just so the kids don’t hear or because we are in different parts of the house.

  • March 30, 2014 at 6:31pm

    “In this Gravity project I want to capture earths different elements and let them stand out in their natural surroundings using moments of zero gravity, she continued. “‘Sand Creatures’ is the first in line.”

    This is not a moment of “zero gravity.” It’s a moment in time, where the camera has captured the role of gravity on a substance such as sand.

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  • January 1, 2014 at 10:01am

    Cool photo. Poor guy. I’d be curious to see what his last photo was. Not just one of the last.

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  • November 27, 2013 at 7:57pm

    I guess I’m the only one who is simply annoyed by Dana Loesch and her prop shotgun. This is just yet another reason why I am canceling my Blaze TV subscription. (One other main/recent reason is of course the simple fact that Mr. Beck refuses to offer the 1791 private email accounts to anyone but ANNUAL subscribers. So, forget the fact that you’ve been a loyal supporter of GB since the HLN days, (as I have,) now you can only get access if you pay annually.)

    Anyway, I can’t stand her attitude. This is just a ploy to support her own career by promoting her book. If you notice, every guest on the Blaze TV lately has a book that they’re promoting. So between the guests who just want sales, and all of the ads, this is mainly just a big money making scheme nowadays. But more than that, go away Dana. That attitude of yours is beyond unattractive.

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  • November 14, 2013 at 3:25pm

    I did read your post, and you’ve now repeated exactly what I was explaining. As I said, they haven’t merged The Blaze comments into the TV yet, which is what we pay the $9.99/month for. They will eventually merge the two if they can get with the times.

    I will no longer dignify your delusional comments that attempt to be condescending, when in reality, you’re just throwing out baseless assumptions based off of a username I made while I was quite disabled. What does my happiness have to do with the concerns of this business, that I am paying my hard earned money to build and run?

    It’s not impressive that you looked up my past comments, it’s pathetic.

  • November 13, 2013 at 10:07pm

    If you knew even the slightest thing about The Blaze, GBTV, etc., you would know that The Blaze comments section is a completely different account than The Blaze TV. Different join date, username, and password. They haven’t applied the technology to merge it all together yet.

    That’s why when you goto the login page it specifically asks, login to post comments or login to watch The Blaze TV.

    Lastly, this almost all has nothing to do with the email. I wouldn’t switch my email over anyway because I’d then be stuck paying $9.99 a month just because I don’t want to take the time to switch all of my services over. Additionally, I can’t trust that they won’t get shut down, choose to shut down as other private TX based email companies recently have, or just realize it won’t be private. No communications are private, and if their servers are located on U.S. Soil, it won’t last long. Like I said, even the most basic and fundamental issues are skipped over by you which makes your line of thinking and comments delusional.

  • November 13, 2013 at 10:00pm

    ….Point is, I’m no troll. The Blaze says it allows 1500 characters but always cuts off the last few. They need to fix that.

    I pay (what I consider to be my hard earned) good money for The Blaze. What if it were $5000/month? Would I be justified in asking for my email address then? Or would I still just be a “troll?” The value of money is often times quite relative depending on so many factors. I think we can all agree you’re simply a delusional follower of GB and you will agree to, buy into, and consequently defend anything you’re told. Because you worked hard for that annual subscription, and so this decision this time simply doesn’t affect you. Even if it offends one of the most loyal, Godly, patriotic, brave, gentle, kind, and sadly for me anyway – disabled, souls out there. Who is stayathomedad? A man who is all of those and so much more.

    Thing with today’s free market, I can take my opinion and reach thousands, perhaps millions in a matter of milliseconds. If you want to gamble Glenn, let’s roll. It was never about the actual email address, it’s the principle. Simple as that.

  • November 13, 2013 at 9:42pm

    WorriedNVMom – You really ought to look up the definition of a troll. You sit here on your keyboard, quoting the bible, meanwhile, mortally deep in sin you sit in judgement of myself because of a few old comments. How dare you. You’ve made so many assumptions just because I’m not afraid to speak my mind and yet, you ignorantly breeze over the plain truths I’ve spoken. I forgive you though, because you are clearly idolizing Mr. Beck so desperately that you’re lost, just as the Bible says – there will be those so lost they simply cannot understand. It’s a delusion from Satan himself, and you’re living in it.

    I don’t know about you, but I still live in America. Yes, I made those comments, and I only login and force myself to deal with all of the horrible coding issues that make up the comments section if something is worth commenting on. This issue most certainly is – as like I said it speaks volumes to the principles this company is following. (Or lack thereof.) I will no longer do business here, which is my choice (annual subscribers lose that choice for one year.)! I will also tell my groups of friends and family to follow suit.

    I’ve owned many internet businesses and forums back in the late 90′s, way before it was ever cool. Before Facebook, before MySpace, before Google was even big. I worked for Napster (if you have to look it up, go ahead, it literally defined the way all music is stored online and as a result in real life as well.). Point is,

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  • November 13, 2013 at 2:24pm

    Really? It’s not free nor am I asking for anything that is free. I pay my dues at $9.99 per month and that should cover any services, new or existing, that The Blaze has to offer. If it doesn’t, and they want to go down this road, then fine. I’m over it. And guess what, I’ll be sure to tell everyone I come across I can that same sentiment to stay away from any sort of paid-per-month Blaze services. It’s just business right? Nothing personal. I’ll speak my opinion and we will let the free market decide if any of this content is worth it to them either.

    The fact is, saying this is just too expensive for a paid monthly subscriber is just an excuse. As others have mentioned, annual subscribers actually shell out less money than a monthly subscriber. This decision is nothing more than a selfish call GB made to line his pockets. And he’s too narcissistic to notice obviously. I’ve nothing against him personally but as I said before, this speaks to the principals his company is willing to follow.

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  • November 12, 2013 at 8:13pm

    That’s exactly right. I have managed to afford the Blaze without ever missing a single month but I simply do not have the resources to pay for an annual subscription. Not to mention, if Glenn strays from decent principals, as he is here, I want to have the option of canceling.

    I want to see most of Glenn’s ideas spread but I’ll be sure to tell everyone about this mess and will make dang sure others don’t sign up. This 1791 email isn’t a whole lot different from the 1791 jeans. Yeah, they’re quality, and nice, but who among us wants to shell out $99 for a so-called private email address? The Blaze doesn’t have the authority to say with certainty it’ll even be private in today’s world, and they know that.

  • November 12, 2013 at 3:11pm

    I’ve been a Blaze subscriber from the beginning also. I was here before the Insider Extreme days, into GBTV, and now TheBlaze. My wife and I have lived in Texas our entire lives and we embody the traditional American life. We’re married. We are raising children. We work hard. We goto church on Sundays. We have payed to see Glenn Beck’s tours. I will never forget that because on the way inside GB’s show I was forced to return my legally concealed handgun (CHL in TX) all the way back to my car. Where it was parked, blocks away. During that show they offered up a chance for the audience to ask questions, and Glenn and friends would answer a few at the end. Well, Glenn personally answered mine. I didn’t know at the time but this is when he was obviously toying with the idea of moving his company to Texas. If I recall correctly, he said the choice of security to allow concealed guns for the venue was up to him, and it would never happen again… at least not in Texas.

    This is extremely disappointing to see Glenn Beck only allowing the annual subscribers access to the email addresses. I don’t think my wife will put up much protest to save $9.99/month but I will be canceling after discussing this with her. This will be the first time in years that I’ve not had access to all of the content. I will also go ahead and let my parents know, grandparents, and friends. To me, this is a business decision that speaks volumes about the principles this company is fol

  • May 20, 2013 at 2:49pm

    This just isn’t real. The professor from MIT explains:

    http://youtu.be/jpy8G3yBeJ4

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