User Profile: StevieRayHubcap

Member Since: March 28, 2013


  • May 13, 2013 at 12:35pm

    I detest the use of the word “printing” to describe what is actually done to create this product–it is NOT created on a “printer,” it is done on a software-enabled manufacturing machine. It doesn’t make guns out of paper and toner. It takes digital data input and very slowly manufactures the individual parts needed to assemble the gun. BTW, these plastic guns have no durability, and cannot sustain actual gunfire for more than a few rounds.
    It’s all bogus.
    And if they had LOADED the gun–whether it be plastic, polymer, wood, or concrete–it would NOT have made it through security. Admittedly, it doesn’t LOOK enough like a gun to draw a bored TSA Agent’s attention on a luggage X-Ray, but if it had been loaded, well, bullets look like bullets, and there aren’t any “printed” plastic bullets.
    Just like there are no “printed” plastic guns.
    This is much ado about nothing much. It doesn’t matter HOW many times it was downloaded, vitrtually no one has these miniature automated manufacturing machines.

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  • May 13, 2013 at 9:34am

    Actually, it does. Research it–the data is consistent over generations.

  • May 13, 2013 at 9:32am

    Wow. PC ultra-sensitivity extends to the scientific classification of genus and species?
    PC is the absolute WORST thing that has happened to American society–under its guise, ANYTHING can be condemned.
    H o m o sapiens.

  • May 13, 2013 at 9:30am

    First, people, let’s get this straight: there is only one RACE of humans, and that is **** sapiens. Pretty much means “smart guy.” Black, brown, white, red, yellow–regardless of nationality–THOSE are ‘ethnicities,’ NOT races. It’s not just semantics, either.
    But just as everyone is not the same height, color, or build, not everyone is as smart as the next guy, and whether libs like it or not, that’s just the fact.

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  • May 3, 2013 at 1:48pm

    @TaxPro–My cousin in Texas owns several businesses, and of course, he is affluent and many of his employees are not. One of them got in his face before the election, really nasty he said, and he said he thought about firing the guy, but then just said:
    “Go ahead and vote for him. When the bottom falls out, I’ll still be rich and you’ll be homeless.”

  • May 3, 2013 at 1:38pm

    Vee haff vays of vatching you, ja?

  • May 3, 2013 at 1:36pm

    Maybe the Koch brothers know that the state of MSM popularity is in large part due to the endless shrieking Soviet voice of almost all of its outlets. Media viewership and readership numbers are a FAR better opinion poll than any so-called ‘opinion poll’ which asks 1,000 hand-picked participants a loaded question that has only one answer.
    I’ll just BET that if a newspaper anywhere in this nation EVER started REPORTING–the dissemination of purely factual data regarding newsworthy events while rendering nor offering any opinion or judgment as to the event’s meaning, import, or implications–that paper would defy the national trend of flagging readership.
    At what point did the editors of papers decide it was alright to editiorialize anywhere besides the editorial pages?

  • May 3, 2013 at 1:30pm

    The ultimate end-result of America’s First Dictator, FDR, having virtually thrown the Constitution out the window. FDR wrote over 3300 Executive Orders, doing everything from illegally stealing railroads to citizens’ own private gold to nationalizing millions of acres of farmland during the Depression and establishing Federally-protected preserves on land that could have been used to grow food for starving millions to paying farmers for the first time in US history NOT to farm on their land.
    But FDR was a GOD.

  • May 3, 2013 at 1:21pm

    @Cavallo–and just maybe they know that the state of MSM popularity is in large part due to the endless shrieking Soviet voice of almost all of its outlets. Media viewership and readership numbers are a FAR better opinion poll than any so-called ‘opinion poll’ which asks 1,000 hand-picked participants a loaded question that has only one answer.

  • May 3, 2013 at 1:11pm

    Oasis…you’re a mirage.

  • May 3, 2013 at 1:08pm

    @Catty–not explicitly, but they CERTAINLY mention whenever a white CAN’T speak clearly. It’s there by inference. If I have trouble understanding someone, it doesn’t matter why or what color they are. If I have no trouble understanding someone, it doesn’t matter what color they are.
    I have trouble understanding Obama–not his speech, just…him.

  • May 1, 2013 at 3:46pm

    I thought I was the only one who despised “The Book.”
    There is a limit to how ‘social’ we should be, people…I don’t need to know that you were constipated today.
    How about you Facebookers GO OUTSIDE once in awhile. Ride a bike. Watch TV. Fish. Golf.
    ANYTHING but sit at the computer for hours reading **** about people you don’t even know.

  • May 1, 2013 at 3:42pm

    YES–they want this stuff broadcast 24/7 on Al Jazeera USA, the National Broadscalping System, Columbia Beheading System, and the Arab-American Broadswording Company.
    That’s NBC, CBS, and ABC.
    Of course they want it AFTER they have assimilated us into their hateful mysogenous Borg cell.

  • May 1, 2013 at 3:33pm

    Further analysis: Look at this like your team trying to hire a new coach in themiddle of the season. Team America’s Coach: “No one from Team USA has contacted me about becoming their new head coach.” Translation: “The team manager from Team USA contacted my agent’s girlfriend’s cousin to get things started.”
    Team USA: “We have made no contact with Coach about our opening.” Tranlsation: “Our team manager’s sister contacted Coach’s agent’s girlfriend’s cousin to see if there’s any interest.”
    Team America; “No one from Team USA has contacted us about hiring Coach away.” Translation: “Team USA’s manager’s sister asked our Coach’s agent’s people if he might be interested.”
    They ALL told the truth, clinically speaking.
    Around a mouthful of lie-mush.
    Same thing here.

  • May 1, 2013 at 3:26pm

    They wanted to avoid the criticism they suffered following the original 9-11?
    You remember WHY, right?

  • May 1, 2013 at 3:25pm

    Item 1: the first ‘suspect’ interrogated was suddenly declared a ‘non-suspect’ and a rushed deportation proceeding–for THE SECURITY OF THE UNITED STATES–is ginned up, then it isn’t. Then it is. THEN,
    Item 2: the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia has an unscheduled private meeting with the Ayatobama in the White House, the day after the bombing. It is at this meeting that the Ayatobama was told, “We told you so.”
    Item 3: the investigation continues to grow daily, and more people are arrested, although we were told IMMEDIATELY AFTER the bombing that the bomber–note singular–was a radicalized loner. OOps, he’s Chechen. Oops, there’s 2 of them, brothers.
    Item 4: The Ayatobama runs the murkiest administration in US history, and he is surrounded by anti-American goons, thugs, criminals, and strong-arm men. He and all his chosen people are liars, thieves, demogogues, and destroyers (although not in the Randian sense)–far from it.
    In a word…

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  • May 1, 2013 at 11:21am

    I am SICK of all these ‘snap’ polls being blared across the world as though they are infallible gospel. The pollsters–ALL of them–haven gotten so lazy, so we-gotta-get-a-poll-out-right-fricking-NOW, that they are only asking 1,000 people at a time out of a nation of over 300 million. There is no POSSIBLE way to extrapolate the opinions of people about ANYTHING when using a questionaire pool of 0.0000322% of the total, and it is uproariously hilarious to even DARE suggest that one can figure a margin of error for such a detestably insignificant group size. It is so far beneath “statistically insignificant” that it is an insult to the term to use it.
    Ask a decent sample (although, to ME, that means, ask at least half) and I guarantee that the number would NOT be 70%. MOST people WANT privacy, even to the extent that being out in public can afford it–I don’t pee on the sidewalk because I’m in public and have no reasonable expectation of privacy; I find a PUBLIC restroom…do we have no reasonable expectation of privacy in a public bathroom? That’s not what the Supreme Court has said in multiple rulings.
    Ask 10 million people–that’s a whopping 3.2% sampling pool.
    But still pretty dang ol’ small.

  • April 19, 2013 at 12:29pm

    Really? Your automated hall monitor blanks out h o m o from our race?
    The United States of the Offended.

  • April 19, 2013 at 12:26pm

    In her defense, I can say with candor that IF her Facebook accounts’ previous posts show no similar sentiments, and no history of it can be found elsewhere, then maybe they shouldn’t have knee-jerk fired her. I think I would have been VERY careful to act so hastily. Then again, you don’t know how she talks when she’s among her own people (and that’s the way I’ve heard COUNTLESS blacks refer to their race–which is really ethnicity, because there is only ONE race, **** sapiens. But you know what i mean).

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  • April 19, 2013 at 12:22pm

    Rossano says the worst mistake this country ever made was intergrating public schools.
    I beg to differ.
    The worst mistake America ever made was bringing the first black over in a slave ship.
    In retrospect, we should have picked our own damn cotton.
    Wonder what welfare and homicide would look like?