User Profile: tbeachhead

tbeachhead

Member Since: December 02, 2010

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  • [1] December 17, 2014 at 12:46pm

    Wait…what? The terrorists are shutting down Hollywood? And that’s going to do what to us?

  • [3] December 16, 2014 at 5:09pm

    What does that make them?

  • [5] December 16, 2014 at 5:09pm

    Does anyone else think it’s ironic that folks in law enforcement are worried about constitutionalists?

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  • [4] December 15, 2014 at 2:57pm

    I hear my neighbor whinin’ ‘Hey, I got a cause.
    I’m rich and darker skinned and so I seek applause.
    Well, I jump on the band wagon and I make a stink
    I make the lighter skinned policeman be the real rat fink
    I ain’t gonna stop, because this color thing’ll spiral
    I ain’t gonna stop until this video goes viral

  • [1] December 15, 2014 at 1:38pm

    Kid needs to find another job. . .behind bars for a time…and then well away from guns and older folks. Away from civilized folks.

  • [20] December 15, 2014 at 11:38am

    Here’s an idea with as much authority! On a whim, decide the city owes this pensioner $200,000…

  • [1] December 15, 2014 at 11:10am

    “About 20% of Utica citizens are nonreligious and others follow non-Christian faiths — and that includes Utica firefighters. The Utica Fire Department should not send them this exclusionary and alienating message,”

    And so you send this moronic, exclusionary and alienating message?

    Grow up…(BTW…That’s an open invitation to dialog, and inclusion. Try it on and learn not to whine, when someone enjoys something you do not. It’s time to learn how mature adults respond to differences.)

    To recognize and celebrate a tradition that has pleased large segments of society for two thousand years, because it might make a neighbor happy…why…isn’t that the story of the Grinch?

    Time for the Whos to sing, I think…loudly.

  • [4] December 15, 2014 at 10:16am

    Pretty brave in the USA, once you’ve hogtied law enforcement by whining chains of skin tone. Please, professor, take your whine to ISIS, and spend a day on their street…

    …that would be the end of that, wouldn’t it, you brave, young thing you?

  • December 15, 2014 at 10:01am

    Inconsequential observation. If Cosby is “only expecting” of a group he characterizes by their skin color, he’s already lowered his expectations to the most shallow and divisive standard.

    Fair is not an issue of tannin. When you think in terms of degrees of tannin, you have the contagion, and you must grow up.

  • [4] December 14, 2014 at 10:57pm

    So now this has become a lighter skinned/darker skinned issue? You just lost any sympathy your years of pleasant comedy might have given you.

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  • [5] December 13, 2014 at 4:16pm

    Who would marry a nag? Maybe someone who is running for mare?

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  • [-2] December 13, 2014 at 10:42am

    “It just seems like there no place in today’s world for an organization that is promoting this as being some kind of deviant or distasteful lifestyle, because I’ve lived my life openly gay and happy for my entire life.”
    Well…there’s scientific proof that it’s not deviant or distasteful…you’ve had fun, and you’re happy.
    When “fun” is the standard you end up with an argument like this one. Bottom line is very simple, the One Who made us sets the standard, and the result is a new generation born with a mother and a father, or we set the standard…
    …and we get Obama in the Whitehouse and arguments like this for entertainment…and children who have no idea where they come from or what is right or wrong.

  • December 13, 2014 at 10:37am

    Presumption is an awesome force, isn’t it?

    Ooops…typo…

    …I meant “farce.”

  • [2] December 13, 2014 at 10:24am

    Only darker skinned Americans can make statements that are racially insensitive and divisive. And only darker skinned Americans can expect that no action they take will be scrutinized in any way as to its legality.

    That seems right…to fools of any color.

  • [3] December 13, 2014 at 9:49am

    Wrong venue. To take advantage of his presence at a Christmas party to bring up a debate we have already lost in the public’s eye exhibits bad timing. Obama won the election. To fight that at a Christmas party is wrong. It’s classless…the timing of a loser. To whine about his response at a Christmas party is boorish and blind.
    Until conservatives exhibit class, there will always be class warfare where the classless liberals snarl that they have the upper hand.

  • December 12, 2014 at 12:13pm

    You only reveal how little you know of history, my friend. Stalin was an atheist, before he was a socialist. Without atheism, there is morality…atheists make their own choices on their own principles. Stalin’s might not have been yours, but they were those of an atheist.

    As to France…look up how the revolt in the Vendée was resolved by clerical weddings. It was the church that was the first to go, most violently repressed and opposed…The revolution was rife with aristos who were willing to cross over; heck, it was bankrolled by the Duke of Orléans. But priests and nuns, stripped naked, bound face to face and drowned in a barge in the middle of the Loire? That heralds the end of “superstition.”

    Atheists kill others when they are in control, and opposed. Atheists don’t have a monopoly on virtue, any more than the catholic church of history does.

  • [1] December 11, 2014 at 4:17pm

    It’s not by any means the first time atheists have had their day. Any student of history knows atheistic France commemorated “Reason”, “Justice” and a plethora of “Revolutionary Values” during the French Revolution of 1789-…???…just when did it end?
    For one example, an atheist named Hébert, with others, initiated the Festival of Reason, desecrated Notre Dame in Paris like good Muslims everywhere desecrate any shrine held sacred to an opposing religion, and hired prostitutes to act as the Goddess of Reason and Philosophy, to stamp out the ancient superstition. Students of the French Revolution know what transpired…and, ironically, it was at the beginning or the Reign of Terror, where 600,000 French citizens were forced to give their lives in celebration of human reason.
    Stalin, enthralled by the zeal of the French revolutionary atheists, named one of his warships the Danton, and another the Marat. Atheists have had the upper hand wherever free will was presented as superstition.

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  • December 11, 2014 at 3:29pm

    What’s great about science is you can make it up as you go along, and you don’t need to apologize.

    You sound quite knowledgeable in your claim…to…”truth…”, and yet, you chose to respond. Nothing you wrote is in your DNA. Yet, I’ll be bound you will choose not to entertain my response!

  • December 11, 2014 at 11:09am

    How much have you read, Lettuce. His conversations were always contemporary, using the history and culture of that day. His humor had a dual role of poignant illustration, and biting criticism…”…Even the pharisees can do that…” Hebrew being such a rich language, the OT is rife with puns, double entendres and plays on words. Irony is apparent throughout the prophets, and the NT.

  • [2] December 11, 2014 at 10:53am

    The truth is pretty outrageous…Genetics determine my choices? The stars determine my choices? It doesn’t matter! Either way, I can always make excuses for my behavior. This guy is a porn addict…born that way. This guy a bank robber…born that way. The age old argument over man’s destiny will always be argued, until character determines choice…and, humbly, you learn where that choice came from.
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