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tcpubelle

Member Since: October 13, 2012

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  • [1] March 2, 2015 at 7:37pm

    Should have done a wind farm then bundled money for Obama and Dems. You’d be money ahead Jeb, although you still could possibly be bundling for the Dems.

  • [5] March 2, 2015 at 7:35pm

    My mistake, must be the dylexia.
    I thought it said to strip their bones. Still, I’m in favor of that one too.

  • [15] March 2, 2015 at 7:19pm

    It was not a toy gun, but a very real one, loaded and ready for the thuglets to use on you – head, gut, chest, where ever he decided to shoot you and end your life.
    Adil – fire til you run out of ammo, then gouge him in the eyes with whatever you’ve got handy.

    Still, you did good. You didn’t follow the advice of idiot liberals, that will get you killed for sure.
    As for the “deal” that he broke with you; they broke the deal when they came into your store armed to rob it.

    The deal is that we (customers entering the store) purchase things in a store with our own money and we never come into it with a loaded pistol fully intending to hold the employees lives over their heads in exchange for whatever we want to take. Your deal was with a person who never intended to keep a single word of it….ever.

    Regardless, you’re a brave person for having made the choices that you did that preserved your life, and left this criminal thug wounded. Let’s hope for a nice infection to start festering and cause the loss of a limb on this bum.

  • [1] March 2, 2015 at 4:48pm

    Hey idiot nurse with a lawyer.
    You forgot who let the ebola carrier into the country and into your hospital, and put you at risk.

  • [2] March 2, 2015 at 3:24pm

    Woodyee – It took Rush a bit of looking but eventually he learned that the BB speech happens at 11:00 AM EST. I think that’s about 8:00 AM Vegas time. Heaven only knows what time they think it is in Kaleefornia.

  • March 2, 2015 at 3:17pm

    Even using the extra-soft-focus lens, that dawg ain’t lookin’ any better than a bamma feral hawg. That’s just hard on an old man’s eyes. I couldn’t take 4 years of that and Obamacare, I’d poke out both eyeballs.

    http://www.foxnews.com/story/2007/05/26/alabama-boy-kills-1051-pound-monster-pig-bigger-than-hogzilla/

  • [4] March 2, 2015 at 2:57pm

    He’s living in Bologna, Italy. Couldn’t he have gone for an overdose on Hazelnut biscotti instead?
    Heaven knows I’ve tried to.

    Many years ago there was this buttery-tasting black licorice sold in small packs about the size of old chewing tobacco packs. It was like…licorice crack. I think this is how the brain damage must have occurred…that and our public education system…compounded by watching Jane Polly and Tom Baaaroke-aaahhhh on NBC. And though I don’t recall actually eating any myself, there is a distinct possibility that lead paint chips may be a contributing factor…and small pox vaccinations…and polio dosages.

  • [16] March 2, 2015 at 2:43pm

    car-ma

  • [22] March 2, 2015 at 2:36pm

    I wonder if Barry would be willing to hold a lifesaver between his teeth and face the archer for an incredible trick shot?

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  • [36] March 2, 2015 at 2:27pm

    West Valley City, Utah police Department had things really collapse after an investigation that initially started with the mother of a now deceased Danielle Willard opened a whole can of worms on the Narcotics division. Her mother appeared on Glenn’s show to describe what she’d bumped up against, stone-walled as to why her daughter had left for a few minutes and then two officers shot her to death. Charges of corruption emerged. It was found that officers were taking “trophies” when arrests were made, meaning they were keeping items for themselves, often things of considerable value, that were at the scenes where arrests or warrants were executed. That is outright corruption and serious misconduct plain and simple.

    Last figure was some 96 cases had to be dropped or convictions overturned because these officers had questionable testimony in each case. What will the end tally be after all the investigations are through with the police department. I think the case for a finding of police brutality just increased by 200%. This is a culture bred from the top down. I understand the need to trust your partners, relying upon them to have your back during lethal situations. What I don’t like is those who believe that it comes at any price. If someone asks you to cover their wrong doings…the correct answer is “no”.

  • [11] March 2, 2015 at 1:32pm

    BB is just warming up.
    I hope he has BO or his minions on tape or video.
    That’d be great to play for the nation.

  • [4] March 2, 2015 at 12:46pm

    Some potential solutions –
    Sub-contract it out. If you don’t want to do it yourself and make a buck then charge for your costs of managing the subcontract, primo prices.

    Disclose the sub-contract & get a signed contract that they agree to everything in your favor, regardless of end quality of product and services, protecting your sub-contractor as well. Add hefty but reasonable financial penalties if they so much as wince at the final product, default on payment or take legal action.

    Explain that you don’t do gay wedding cakes in-house well – you’ve got a wonderful sub-contractor they will work with directly for a hefty management fee to you. If your sub-contractor charges you through the ceiling for doing the cake, so be it.

    Oh they’ll kick and scream that they don’t want it subcontracted and that they’ll suit or bring their own contract, but you simply tell them that this is how you do gay wedding cakes and deliver quality cake. You don’t want to disappoint your customers with a lesser product, and that your bakery cannot do these cakes well.

    If they insist still your bakery bake in-house they must sign a contract & release that regardless of the condition of the product delivered, they will pay and release all from any and all legal responsibility. Retain major penalty for any violation on their part of the contract. Deliver them a piece of garbage with a statue of whatever you want to put on the top of the cake. Artistic license.

  • [5] March 2, 2015 at 11:43am

    Was there a surprise ending that I missed?

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  • [4] March 2, 2015 at 11:37am

    ICU
    too late.

  • [16] March 2, 2015 at 11:25am

    The new French Socialist diet.

    “Bon jour and bien venue Monoprix supermarche’ shoppers.
    Si vous plese, take a cart and use one of zeeze leetle antiseptic wipes…we don’t want you to wind up like zee customers on aisle 13…Voilla!
    And be sure to try zee baguette at our boulangerie.”

  • [12] March 2, 2015 at 11:11am

    “The promise I made to Ms. Pelosi…”

    Hey Weaping Johnny, I can tell you what kind of promise I’d be making to Ms. Pelosi…that we we’re going to kick their behinds to the curb, kick them in the head, and come after their above-it-all leader BO.

    I’d give them so much of what they’d dished out over the past 6 years that they’d think twice about running for re-election.
    As it is, I hope Boehner winds up having to re-think ever running again.
    HEY Congressmen claiming to have Conservative Constitutional values, grow a pair and do your duty. Oh that’s right, you’ve become irrelevant because BO has a phone and pen. If you were doing your jobs, I could tell you where you’d be putting both.

  • [42] March 2, 2015 at 11:01am

    “The atmosphere among the reporters accompanying the prime minister is that the speech is unnecessary,”
    Shocker…the press is the press is the press, the world over.
    Here’s what’s unnecessary
    1. All of the garbage lies coming from this Administration starting at the top.
    2. Insulting what had our best ally in the MIddle East
    3. Letting the crazies in Iran get a nuke.
    4. The US threatening to shoot down Israel’s bombers if they attacked the Iranian processing facilities.
    5. Retaining John Boehner and Mitch McConnell in Party leadership.

  • [6] March 2, 2015 at 10:54am

    The great disseminator of ebola (CDC) is not my “go to” source for medical advice. They’ve been nothing but a political arm of whoever the man in charge is. Do I believe that inoculations are the right thing to do? Sometimes – if the risk to my family if real and is high enough. But do I believe that the CDC’s assurances that every vaccine in the world ought to be injected into my family members? No.

    Given the nature of our abilities to use technology for many purposes, we could rid a goodly number of CDC jobs and move that work to states and tech.

    Maintain a Central agency only to coordinate efforts between states and regions when needed, and manage SOME (but not all) resources that may need to come from the Feds.

    I suspect that there are a lot of CDC jobs that are logistics related – storing and rotating stocks or supplies. The amount of waste and insider sales on stocks and stores is considerable. There are a few good comrades of BO that are making out like bandits.

    It wouldn’t surprise me to learn that the CDC is storing massive stocks of ammo and arms for “protective” needs. They just want to be ready in case they have to inoculate large numbers of the population exhibiting signs of rebellion with 9mm rounds…to the head.

  • [7] March 2, 2015 at 10:28am

    Hope he’s not spending a fortune for a good boot.
    I’m thinking this guy has a spot in a shoe wear commercial coming his way.

  • March 2, 2015 at 2:41am

    Betting Obama cut a deal with Putin to put the hit out on BB.

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