User Profile: The Jewish Avenger

The Jewish Avenger

Member Since: October 25, 2011

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  • [6] January 29, 2015 at 3:26am

    “This girl is OWED an Apology! PUBLICLY!”

    No, no she doesn’t

    - “…my life is slightly less ‘legalistic’”
    - “…I am still a very Conservative guy”
    And then you mention your Pentecostal upbringing and how you hold these “values”

    Bottom line:
    “I have teenage daughters now and in order to FIT into society, I have to lower my enforcement on ‘standards’”

    She has a school code of dress.
    The dress is beautiful
    That doesn’t make it ok to break the code.
    If you go to an event and its a black tie and you show up in casual dress and they wont allow you in, are you owed an apology?
    No, you’re not.

    Put on a jacket, one where, to Pentecostal standards, would be 3/4 sleeve length. I doesn’t have to be gaudy, something light, that completments the dress. Don’t like it? Don’t go. Simple.

    So the shoulder are problem today
    Maybe next time the dress will be above the knee
    or the neck line too low
    or a blouse too see through
    or no under garments

    Modesty standards are there for a reason. The only reason its inconvienent is when YOU decide to change the rules to fit your convience. The dress code is there for a reason. Dont like it? Rally a vote. If you lose the vote, either except the standard or move on. Private schooling that meets your expectations or home school. Again, she looks LOVELY, all she needs is a light coat… thing to cover her shoulders and arms and she’ll be ready to go.

    Although we have a POTUS that cant understand rules and regulations, someone has to hold the standrd

  • January 27, 2015 at 6:46pm

    So if yu bought a case of 22′s. You can actually check that in?
    What about bottles of gun powder to build your own?

  • [1] January 27, 2015 at 6:44pm

    I’ve never had the privelege to afford a commerical flight before. I assume that means you cant fly with checking in boxes of ammo?

    I bet a jar of ammo making gunpowder would really flip them out then huh? LOL

  • [2] January 27, 2015 at 6:42pm

    My answer is no, don’t really give it a lot of thought. Unil it’s neccessary to educate someone on how it destroys the actual black community.

  • [1] January 27, 2015 at 6:41pm

    Seems a.little vague. Can you elaborate on that. maybe give us the major points to your question? Helps to evalutae whether to ignore you outright or just have fun belittling you.
    Hey white community you ever think for a second about the black democratic welfare run system and how it discriminates against your color and belief system?

    Bitch, please.

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  • [3] January 27, 2015 at 6:38pm

    Shell refers to a SHOTSHELL
    With wad and slug or wad cup and shot IN THE SHELL
    A bullet….

    oh nvm… how dense can you get?!!!!
    Very frustrating….
    They must allow ammunition building kits as a carry but no shells/cartridges right?

    *pounds head on counter*

  • January 27, 2015 at 6:31pm

    ugh EXPECT. not except… ah public education destroyed my mind….
    AUGH!!!

    That or its this damn bourbon….

  • January 27, 2015 at 6:28pm

    Correction: That’s 45 points with 226 yards…and 3 touchdowns
    18 out of the 49 points.

    When Steve Young got 36 of the 49 points in Super Bowl XXIX He threw for over 315 yards and got 6 touchdowns.

    Blount ran for 148 Yards and 3 touchdowns
    THEY. RAN. THE. BALL. WHICH. WON. THE. GAME.

    Oh and the Colt’s Luck?
    126 yards 2 INTERCEPTIONS and no TD’s
    As I said AGAIN.
    IT WAS LIKE THEY WERENT REALLY THERE OR INTO IT

    You really need to start watching the games.

  • [10] January 27, 2015 at 12:44pm

    This’ll be enlightening

  • January 27, 2015 at 12:39pm

    Mmmm 2nd breakfasts… pippin likes those

  • January 27, 2015 at 12:32pm

    Higher interest rates?
    History repeats itself and banks are forced to lend again with unsafe methods?

    Exactly what are these good things to come?

  • [1] January 27, 2015 at 12:29pm

    When the Marines went to help the Japs when they showed the white flag and killed them all with swords, did they walk in the next time to the white flag?

    Nope, Lesson learned.

    Techniques and trade secrets all relate to making money and reaching the goal. I didn’t say it was right but a pastor isnt going to give a man money if he finds out that he’s going to buy alcohol and beat his family in a drunken rage either.

    Any way the point is that this has been learned more by people who work for one team and transfer to another team. Sure there is the high road. We all hope everyone takes it but this about making money. And I assure you ALL 32 teams do it and do it often. The difference is Pats are being called out. Maybe they were told to lay down or maybe some owner wanted a deal or a trade and Bill said “bite me” and now they’re having revenge.

    Can you think of anyone recently in the news that has taken their ball and ran with it while scorning the losers?

    Orange monkey boy comes to mind…

  • [2] January 27, 2015 at 12:22pm

    Good thing the other 31 are angels.

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  • January 27, 2015 at 12:21pm

    You may have noticed my public education *sigh*

    It’s 8.181 seconds per ball average
    7.5 if thge 12th one was handled as well

    GASP what if the officals only inspected one ball and they gave them the 12th ball????

    DUN DUN DUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!………………………..

  • January 27, 2015 at 12:15pm

    One thig is for certain. The balls will be properly inflated and as close to the middle of the high-low range as possible.
    Except:
    Many fumbles
    Many missed passes
    Should be quite a crazy game.

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  • January 27, 2015 at 12:12pm

    oh there were 12 Patriots balls….

    Did he take out all 12?
    Did he miss one?
    it takes time to put the 12th one back so that docks more time from the average

  • [3] January 27, 2015 at 11:40am

    I have a theory somewhat relative to what you are saying.

    Many if not all cities that have teams, hate the Patriots.

    (Now come on about the cheating, more teams have come forward to admit their cheating techniques and slight of hand efforts to getting an edge. No coach thats in the NFL has a halo over their head. SHula of all people knows that personally.)

    Mainly because they win, and win often. Many people who have their football heros have seen their heros records destroyed because of what Brady and the Patriots have done. They’re butt hurt, nothing mopre, nothing less.

    And yes, Washington is the 16/hr. burger filippers liberal paradise. Except if you work and make money, you would never want to live there, finacnially speaking, of course.

    And its Washington. You can take New England and Washingtons states and combined would still be less than the total the population of New York.

    SO here is my take on it.
    Think Wrestiling….
    Bad guy Patriots… Deflate gate… spygate…boooooo
    Brave new young talented Seahawks… yaaaaa!
    Noticed that the Seahawks by the way have been saying nothing but clean stuff about the Pats? Smart move.

    This is media bad guys verses good guys and sadly, my team has become the victim of their forced role play. This is their bread and butter. The more they can spread this crap to get people talking, the better. How many people do you know that could give a CRAP about football are now talking about “DEFLATEGATE”?

    any way, just a thought.

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  • [1] January 27, 2015 at 11:22am

    THe PAts won the last two times with a solid running game and each time beat them by 20 points or more. It doesn’t make sense.

    However if ALL of the footballs were manipulated, it would explain the Colts “dead in the water” way that they played. It was such a sleeper game and wondered what happened to the Colts. Just no life throughout the entire game.

  • January 27, 2015 at 11:17am

    or the officals were not doing their job.

    So lets review

    A ball carrier went into another room
    Removed 11 balls from a carrying apparatus individually or as a whole
    deflated 11 of the 12 balls to exactly 2 psi less than regulation
    and returned them to their carrying bag

    on an average of 8.99 seconds per ball?

    I’m not buying it.

    Please correct me with links if info is inaccurate, thanks.

  • [2] January 27, 2015 at 11:14am

    OK so based on this assumed set of statements:

    A person had possession of all 24 footballs
    (Come on guys the fart jokes get old too, right?)
    BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS BALLS
    Good enough? Can we continue?
    Awesome.

    11 of the 24 footballs were found to have 2 PSI less.
    The balls are clearly marked as to which ones are Patriots and which ones are Colts.
    The alleged “gotcha” is someone in the bathroom for 90 seconds.
    So:
    Bathroom ball guy:
    Unpacks 24 footballs or digs out 12 footballs from a bag.
    Or to give a benefit of doubt, the ball bags are seperate (I said be mature… now hang in there)
    We have to agree that the person:
    Reached in for each ball individually or dumped them all out
    If he reached in for each ball, did he return them after each alleged deflation or did he set them aside? If returned, how many times did he grab one that he already did?
    So ok, that alone, lets assume it happened.
    To save time he would have had to either had then numbered/designated in the bag
    OR
    he dumped them all out

    Either way, how long does it take to do this? Just reach in or dump out and return?

    Next step, needling the football and guaging the deflation:
    11 of them were 2 psi left, we agree that this is what is reported?
    What are the odds that 11 balls in a row can be deflated manually at the same PSI?
    I’d say none. So either the reporting is inaccurate…..

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