User Profile: ThorLoser

ThorLoser

Member Since: September 05, 2010

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  • April 15, 2014 at 12:01am

    The tactic of using women to lunge at, taunt and harass law enforcement while men stand back and film it in the hopes of getting some violence against women at the hands of law enforcement is a dishonest tactic straight out of the occupy wall street playbook. If your “movement” requires dishonest tactics and propaganda then I want no part of it. The ends do *not* justify the means. We said we wanted good people to elect, we have some now. It’s time to cast ballots, not bullets. For every thing there is a season, but the season for violence is not yet here. Prepare for it, but hope it never comes. If it does come, be effective, but don’t cheer that it has arrived with vengeance in your heart or we’ll wind up with a tyranny that makes what we have now look like a Sunday school picnic and bake sale. I’m not defending the federal government one bit and shame on those who could possibly make it seem I’m doing so. The federal government has obviously overstepped its bounds, but it’s still time for ballots, not bullets. It’s most certainly not time for agitators putting women up against law enforcement in search of a video… that’s disgusting and sickens me.

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  • February 25, 2014 at 7:56pm

    Name the crime for which any of the family members ere either accused or convicted of where the penalty was the loss of parental rights or in the case of the daughter, incarceration.

  • February 13, 2014 at 8:52pm

    As a former world martial arts champion, military and police instructor, I agree that any plan od action is better than no plan of action, however, when comparing plans of action, this is one of the worst self-defense philosophies I have ever encountered. This is the self-defense version of a diet plan where you eat all you want and avoiding exercise while somehow expecting to lose weight.

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  • February 10, 2014 at 1:58pm

    People have free will. That others employ their free will to make decisions you would not make is to be applauded, not denigrated, especially when that decision does not violate the rights and freedoms of others. You don’t have the right to freedom from being disgusted, grossed out or appalled by the freedom of others. I’d be more disgusted if someone suggested a law against breastfeeding a puppy or saving the puppy through tax dollars than what she did.

  • February 9, 2014 at 11:32am

    If I didn’t have an air tight alibi, I’d turn myself in. Looks so much like me (except for the glasses) that it’s creepy.

  • January 24, 2014 at 4:15pm

    Pay 500 million in taxes and get audited by the IRS until it was all forcibly redistributed to pay my fair share of social programs that I don’t want.

  • January 22, 2014 at 11:40pm

    short shrift, not short shift.

  • January 20, 2014 at 8:44pm

    A single incident is no longer enough to get a politician removed from office, so they save them up for a rainy day and release a flood of them all at once. I find it difficult to believe that a story from 2011 is just now surfacing, or would have surfaced, without having the cover of these other issues.

  • January 20, 2014 at 3:35pm

    The only controversy I see is that some people will attempt to judge you based on your own private thoughts and personal preferences. Pretty much the ultimate tyranny. Next thing you know, ugly people will be a protected class and those who prefer attractive people will be accused of hate crimes.

  • December 16, 2013 at 8:27pm

    I’d be like 80% certain that they worked with Award to implement SHA-2 checksum of the BIOS to prevent another Mebromi exploit. They are going to *great* lengths to make it sound like the NSA saved the day when it’s not much more than the NSA developed SHA-2. Of course, this would allow *gasp* the NSA the ability to use the very same exploit.

  • November 24, 2013 at 12:39am

    *sarcasm on*

    Good point! Remember that if you are starving to death, be certain to first check the political affiliations and personal views of all people involved in getting you fed. It is *far* better to either go hungry or starve to death than to appear supportive of a political viewpoint, policy or personal outlook which you disagree with!

    *sarcasm off*

  • November 20, 2013 at 9:35pm

    It’s now up to the states to determine if they can keep their coverage?!?

    Obama is now all the sudden for states rights, but only when it comes to taking responsibility for failures due to him stripping states (not to mention individuals) of their rights.

  • November 20, 2013 at 10:11am

    Actually, her answer is correct. Jean Zombi was a participant in the 1804 Haitian revolution (ethnic cleansing of whites) and is the prototype of the modern day zombie.

  • November 19, 2013 at 10:51pm

    botanically speaking, they are fruits, not vegetables. They are vegetables in culinary terms and for the purposes of taxation only. There has even been a supreme court case over whether the tomato is a fruit or a vegetable. They wound up saying that for tax purposes, it is a vegetable while also admitting that it is actually a fruit. In short, they admit they could just reclassify your tree as a vegetable so they can regulate and tax it.

  • November 13, 2013 at 4:03pm

    “Approximately 26,794 people enrolled in Obamacare through the error-riddled multimillion-dollar healthcare.gov website.”

    26,794 is not an approximation. It’s fairly exact.

  • November 12, 2013 at 12:12pm

    Reading the study itself is pretty darn telling. It considers each of the following as a racist indicator; white, male, middle aged, conservative, lives in the south, etc…

  • November 10, 2013 at 9:01pm

    Protocol

  • November 5, 2013 at 3:27pm

    @Keaton

    Monk. What you see as control seeking, I see as essential prevention of starvation. Differences in ideology i suppose.

    It doesn’t really matter how the lamb views the lion. If you don’t think it is about control, then cook some healthy food and go give it to some homeless people. Oh, you can’t… that is illegal. You have to be licensed and regulated to legally feed the hungry. The lions *count* on you to help out when they raise the battle cry of “war on hunger”. This is what is referred to as a “useful idiot”. Someone who, in the name of something “worthy and good” inadvertently helps put in place a structure of centralized control (read that as power) for the lions.

  • November 5, 2013 at 3:05pm

    @Keaton

    Progressivism is the concept of centralization. Find the best, brightest, smartest people and have them create policies, regulations and laws which the rest of the population adheres to. If you read your Hagel, Marx, etc… you will see that governments are not viewed as end states, they are a “progressing along a path” towards socialism (the means of production being owned by the workers). However, the workers cannot “manage” these resources, so “experts” manage them. Centralization. These “experts” decide who needs how much, who gets how much, who does what work, who produces how much, etc… In short, tyranny… not freedom of conscience or self determination.

  • November 5, 2013 at 2:51pm

    @Keaton

    When a government is powerful enough to supply the food, they are powerful enough to take it away. Couple this with more and more restrictive gun control and you create a situation where the government has the ability to create a situation where the citizens are too hungry and too ill-equipped to defend what food they do have to stand up to the well armed military and police who can then take whatever they want. Centralize the food supply and healthcare while disarming the populace and you create the *ability* for tyranny. The general populace then only retains any liberties out of the good will of the government… that’s a *bad* situation to be in. Would you feel safe with a right wing authoritarian fundamentalist religious president with that system in place? I, personally, after having witnessed this happen first hand in other nations, fear this structure being in place at all, regardless of who is in charge. The wars on hunger, drugs, guns, etc… have little to do with those specific issues and more to do with putting in place a system of coordination and control.

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