User Profile: Thecoolhandluke

Thecoolhandluke

Member Since: October 18, 2011

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  • May 17, 2012 at 4:24pm

    Seeing as how Cherokee’s did not eat eggs in any major way (maybe a few wild bird eggs) until Westerners like the English and the Spanish introduced egg laying chickens to the New World, it’s hard to see how a crab omelet could be considered Cherokee Pow Wow food.

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  • May 8, 2012 at 11:55am

    How does this qualify as news worth posting to the site?

  • April 29, 2012 at 9:06am

    Amen to that. Homosexuality is no worse a sin than unwarranted divorce. But more importantly, the New Testament shows Christ has a message of love and acceptance for all who repent and believe–the homosexual, the adulterer, the thief, even the murderer.

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  • April 20, 2012 at 6:35pm

    No kidding…the fact that the shirt costs $100 is almost as offensive as the message it sends. You can practically buy a custom tailored dress shirt for that price.

  • April 10, 2012 at 8:32am

    14 is old enough to know what you’re doing is wrong, but plenty young enough to be caught up in doing something stupid with friends that you would never do on your own or later in life. I take it you’ve never regretted anything you did at that age?

    The homeowner was within his rights to shoot, but I highly doubt whether this shooting was necessary (simply based on the facts given in this article). Protecting yourself and your home does not mean you have to kill the thief. I’ve saved myself from a robbery without ever firing a shot. Point it at them and tell them not to move while you call the police; fire a warning shot if you need to, but fire at them only if you are in mortal danger. God made all life sacred; we should never be eager to see anyone killed, especially not misguided teenagers who have the potential to shape up and become productive members of society.

  • April 7, 2012 at 6:12pm

    With what kind of money in the bank? Last I checked the MTA was over a billion dollars in debt, which is why the NYC subway system sucks in many ways. The flat fare system makes no economic sense.

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  • March 1, 2012 at 7:00pm

    Not sure about D.C. proper or MD, but if she was in VA the police are supposed to arrest you for reckless driving at that speed.

  • February 22, 2012 at 7:21pm

    The voice of reason

  • February 21, 2012 at 11:19am

    @SAMIAMTWO
    It wouldn’t have mattered if we invaded or not? Really? If we hadn’t invaded or had stuck to our real mission (getting those responsible for 9/11), we wouldn’t be there to have burned any Korans either accidentally or intentionally. And if you’re trying to make a comparison between Muhammad’s followers in the 7th cent. vs. the Arabs and the Muslim world today vs. the Christian West, you’re more misguided than I thought.

    I have no idea where you’re trying to go with the whole Barbary pirates/build up of our Navy thing. Do you somehow think they prove all Muslims are out to get us? If so, you’re ignorance cannot be helped. Do you for some reason think that they invented piracy, proving they’re militant people? European naval powers had been privateering for centuries by that point. At same time as the Muslim pirates were holding our men ransom, the Brits were also capturing our ships and impressing our sailors into the British Navy. Really not sure where you’re going with that in reference to the issue at hand. But thanks for “bringing me up to the 19th century”.

  • February 21, 2012 at 11:11am

    @AJAYW
    I’m not going to move there because I’m not a Muslim and would not in fact fit in as you say. But good come back, I’m super offended.

    There is a vast difference between the average and the militant Muslim. There are millions of Muslims living peacefully in this country and well over 1.5 billion living worldwide. If they were all militant, there would be a much higher body count on both sides. You never hear them speak out against militancy because a story about an Afghani family wanting to live in peace doesn’t exactly bring in the ratings like a story on the Taliban burning the American flag.

  • February 21, 2012 at 9:41am

    Wow, so many Blaze readers are showing their true ignorance. Yall do realize we invaded their country and have been occupying it for 10 years now (having fulfilled the purpose of retaliating for 9/11 quite a long time ago)? The least we could do is respect their religion. Whether intentional or not, burning Korans in a Muslim country is a serious issue. To say that The Koran and all Muslims are evil because of Al-Qaeda, Hamas, etc., is like saying the Bible and Christians are evil because of the Ku Klux Klan and the Aryan militia groups in our country’s rural areas. Do you really think the average Muslim has anything to do with militant Islam or wants anything other than to see their children grow up in peace? But I guess that’s no matter, we’re America and we have a right to do whatever we want to whoever we want. Let’s just bomb every Muslim country and be done with it, right everyone?!! The really sad thing is that most of you posting these nasty ignorant comments probably call yourselves Christians. Try talking to a Christian missionary to a Muslim country before being so quick to cast your judgment.

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  • February 21, 2012 at 9:12am

    Then I say that you are an idiot…

  • February 16, 2012 at 8:13pm

    No Joy, this isn’t Afghanistan. It’s Virginia, where most of us still believe killing an unborn baby is a very grave matter that should be given serious consideration. I cannot speak to this trans-******* ultrasound requirement as I have not read the bill in question, but I am skeptical. Either way, abortion is not only trans-*******, it’s trans-uteran; and it’s not only invasive but it’s gruesome. I’m no doctor, but I’d guess anyone who has been through an abortion would find a t-v ultrasound much easier. Virginia is asserting it’s authority as a sovereign Commonwealth and as a party to the U.S. Constitution, which says nothing concerning abortion–except indirectly in amendment X.

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  • February 5, 2012 at 7:06pm

    Supporters*

  • February 5, 2012 at 6:59pm

    @DB321

    Who left the dumbest comment on this post so far?

    1. The person who doesn’t know the difference between were and where
    2. The person who doesn’t know when to say can vs. can’t
    3. The person who doesn’t know the difference between here and hear

    Looks like you take the prize.

    The vast majority of Ron Paul supports are reasonable people who do believe in the Constitution, want to end the Fed–along with many other things, and return power to the states. And yes, we would love to see the federal government end it’s senseless war on marijuana. We waste an absurd amount of money and resources preventing the trade of a natural plant that’s safer than alcohol and tobacco. You need only look at the DEA’s yearly statistics on drug related deaths to see that. Hope you’ll get smart about Ron Paul supporters.

  • February 5, 2012 at 6:26pm

    The brilliant mayor doesn’t even realize that he made the argument for less gun control. He said last week a cop was shot by someone who was not allowed to have a gun under federal law.
    Case and point. Criminals don’t pay attention to laws; they will get guns any way they can, whether or not the law allows them to. Gun laws in places like New York and Boston don’t save lives, they prevent law abiding citizens from buying guns that they can use to stop crimes.

  • February 3, 2012 at 6:44pm

    Well these are simply unfair questions. I mean our president thinks there are 57 states, how could we expect high school students to know how many states there are?

  • February 1, 2012 at 5:51pm

    @Chief George

    Way overboard man. Kids should be allowed to have some fun at school. Heck Turkey Day is part of this Country’s history, so is St. Patty’s Day for that matter–any idea how many people in this country owe their existence at least in part to the Irish? The oldest St. Pat’s parade in the world is not in Ireland, it’s in New York City. Of course I can agree with you on the cross dressing day; never heard of one of those.

  • January 31, 2012 at 10:19am

    Hahah–an excellent comparison

  • January 30, 2012 at 9:19am

    No kidding. I hate to think what he’d do if he ever had a child with a bed wetting problem.