USA Today is still in business? That’s a surprise.
 September 25, 2016 at 10:04am
…and in other news, the Sun rose in the eastern sky this morning.
 September 24, 2016 at 10:49pm
I’m betting his name isn’t Sheamus O’Toole, Guido Cavelli, or Carlos Fernandez.
 August 3, 2016 at 9:50pm
Horribly wrong? The thing bounced off the guys neck and landed on the floor in front of him. That crossbow is little more than a toy. She was on the ladder because at the slow speed the shaft was traveling, it would drop too much before it hit the target. At ground level, the arc of the projectile would make for a more difficult shot.
they have stuff out there that would survive the heat from a nuke blast tankboy
 July 20, 2016 at 6:36pm
BLM claims that police officers like to gun down black people just for the hell of it. Didn’t this young punk disprove that notion by walking away from this encounter unharmed? I’ll go further and state that if this individual BLM punk believed that himself, he would not have approached that police officer in such a manner unless he were suicidal. Now that we have logically ruled out the publicly stated reason for the protests, what can we assume the actual reason to be? Surely, it couldn’t be the creation of anarchy to bring about the need for a more heavy handed, omnipotent, federal government more suited to bring about a change to a socialist totalitarian regime. Could it?
 June 17, 2016 at 10:07pm
The fools who spout this idiocy are nothing but parrots repeating the words of their keepers. Just remember that this is not the opinion of all members of their community, just that of the less independent members.
 April 11, 2016 at 1:55pm
So you saw a documentary about gullible idiots falling for stupid crap. Did they interview the scores of people who simply hung up because they have enough common sense to recognize a hoax? We refuse to let the lowest common denominator set the bar for intelligence.
 April 5, 2016 at 1:58am
Evil all around that story.
 March 23, 2016 at 9:15am
I certainly hope she is prosecuted for abusing 911 services if she does continue to call in.
March 20, 2016 at 10:43am
Assuming this is not another hoax, the note should have been worded better. How about, “Had you presented yourself in a professional manner, our experience at your restaurant would have been more pleasant. Unfortunately, your unprofessional appearance made us uncomfortable. We withold any gratuity on that basis.”
 January 7, 2016 at 7:16pm
I’ve never even heard of that painting before. That horrible, bigoted, unfactual, piece of crap has no business anywhere near a classroom. Neither does that ugly painting.
 December 25, 2015 at 8:15am
That’s why they MAIL a post card when they can’t find you. UPS does the same crap.
 December 25, 2015 at 8:11am
HEISENDUDE, since the postal reform signed in to law by NIXON, the postal service has not been taxpayer funded. About operating in the red, in 2006, Congress passed legislation requiring the Postal Service to pre-fund its future retirees’ health benefits at a cost of approximately $5.6 billion per year. When you add that to the fact that the USPS can not make a business decision without first getting congressional approval, you can start to understand the problem. Get congress out of USPS business.
 November 23, 2015 at 5:35am
Ok, so they are animal lovers. Well…goats mostly. The taller ones love cows. Oh, and they love children, too.
 October 23, 2015 at 1:08pm
Cormac: To say that this medicine is an AIDS treatment drug is misleading at best. That is the spin that the socialists put on it to invoke emotion. It’s like calling penicillin an AIDS drug. The medicine in question is used to treat parasitic infections. These infections like many infections and diseases can be deadly in ANYONE with a comprised immune system. That includes people with AIDS, lupus, those going through cancer therapy, the very old, the very young, etc. I will neither defend nor attack this company because any facts we have learned so far have been so clouded with lies and spin, that I can make no sound decision on the matter. I will say that on the surface, it looks like something stinks. The real facts should be determined.
 October 19, 2015 at 3:22pm
If that’s the way she really feels, then her cracker ass should resign her position and let a brother take charge.
 October 8, 2015 at 3:32pm
Personally, I think the guy is a bold faced liar. If he is not however, the weapon wasn’t going to do him a damned bit of good locked in a safe. He may as well destroy it. You need it on you if it’s gonna do any good, dumbass.
 October 7, 2015 at 1:37pm
Typical woman! Always making an emotional snap decision instead of using your head.
 September 30, 2015 at 11:53am
I’ve been active duty and national guard. You never transport an issue weapon in a personally owned vehicle. You never drive a military vehicle without an alternate driver in the vehicle with you (that soldier would secure your weapon). You never bring troops with weapons into a civilian establishment without clearing it with the business first, on those very rare occasion you might do so. Those occasions are rare because 99.9% of the time you travel anywhere in the states for drill, all of the weapons are transported on weapon racks, under guard in a military vehicle. Something stinks to high heaven about this claim. Aside from that, it is the absolute right of the owner to ban weapons from his private property. It may be a damned stupid decision, but it’s his decision to make. Enough said.
I was thinking the same thing Tankboy.
In what situation is a National Guard soldier, in CONUS,not at a National Guard base or Armory, allowed to wear a weapon in and among the civilian population?
I say this as a retired 23 year Navy Vet
Something’s not right with this.
The Governor and the Adjutant General gave a directive authorizing all National Guard Soldier to carry in accordance to Kentucky law on all National Guard facilities and State owned training areas!
Unlike our Adjutant General in Wyoming which forbid soldier from carrying "In a Constitutional Carry State" and has declared all National Guard Facilities as "Gun Free Zones!"