User Profile: THOUGHTFARMING

THOUGHTFARMING

Member Since: July 17, 2013

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  • January 31, 2014 at 6:21pm

    I’m sure you’re right. After all, who in their right mind wouldn’t want to legally steal from their neighbors so as to have “free” goodies?
    Tell us, please, which of the goodies you like the most. We’d like to know that our money is being appreciated at least.

  • January 31, 2014 at 6:18pm

    “We must be total idiots to elect this type of representative:”
    I, for one, am beyond joyous that I don’t live in Pelosi’s district. I don’t think I could make it in a community full of the idiots you’re speaking of. My brain would explode inside 60 days, I’m sure of it.

  • January 25, 2014 at 6:59pm

    Since this one will almost surely be placed on indefinite leave without pay, she should resign and move to New York where their new mayor would welcome her with open arms. As a selfish, disgraceful, arrogant, Progressive Pothead she’s a perfect fit for New York.
    Unfortunately, she’ll probably stay out west because she’s already been kicked out of every other region in the country.

  • January 25, 2014 at 6:52pm

    Oh, get off her back you racist! Can’t you see she was just trying to help those less fortunate to finally experience the wonderful effects of marijahoochie? She was being the Good Samaritan, helping to push the President’s agenda forward. Always forward, never backward has to be the mantra of anybody who even hopes to be as wise and cool as the President.
    Now, sarcasm aside, this woman is an immature idiot and should be punished to the full extent of the law. Bad enough it’s so easy to get pot in CA (just ask me, I took my family there on vacation and never had such an unpleasant time in my life) but Ms.Badger’s actions put others at risk when they were dosed unknowingly. Stupid, stupid, stupid…
    You’re right, it takes no intelligence to become a teacher these days. The future looks dark indeed.
    If we could get enough conservatives in power things might be turned around. Problem is, the Proggies just keep pushing their lies and misinformation no matter what. They’ve been at it here in the US for 100 years now and they’re finally getting their “payday” in spades.

  • January 25, 2014 at 6:28pm

    He’s sure swung that way when the rubber met the road. In times past the matters in front of the Nation did not have the same “do or die” meaning that they seem to have today. Probably because so much of such importance was shuffled down the road for so long that we’re now at the edge of the cliff and hanging on for dear life.
    The Progressive Machine has remained relentless for all these decades and can finally see their big payday. All of their efforts across the spectrum – social, cultural, political, anti-spiritual, anti-morality etc. has finally led to a Public Conscience that is so malleable they have all but won the day.
    McCain is a reflection of this, in my opinion. Not that he’s excused. Many of us see what’s going on and refuse to stick our heads in the sand – he could have joined us instead.

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  • January 24, 2014 at 9:06pm

    You know, I live in San Marcos, TX (home of Texas State University). It’s a nice burg, slowly being consumed by the ever-expanding university. They’re not a particularly good neighbor, though they provide a lot to the local economy.
    I saw some hungry people today, gave away a few bucks to a homeless guy… makes me wonder why anyone felt at liberty to spend tax dollars on some obscure forensics study regarding a somewhat famous painting. What the heck. I’m just not with it, I guess.
    While the universities are busy spending tax and tuition dollars performing mental masturbation, I’m sure there are many whose lives will never be enriched by knowing the exact time (still guesswork) Monet was inspired to paint this seascape – they’re too busy worrying about eating and staying warm.

  • January 20, 2014 at 11:03pm

    Looks (sounds) like a great gun range!

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  • January 20, 2014 at 10:47pm

    So the JV retook Fallujah? It’s having a big party in Syria? It flew the AQ flag at our compound in Benghazi?
    Man, that’s some junior varsity squad!

  • January 13, 2014 at 3:45pm

    May not be widely known, but is well-established that Texas Game Wardens have some of the most far-reaching powers of any law enforcement here in Texas. They can enter any property without a warrant for the most flimsy reasons. This is necessary for them to police such large and open tracts of land for game violations.
    With their legal mobility thru any property it nicely circumvents pesky warrant needs as they help secure the long and wild border between Texas and Mexico. Good idea!
    Now maybe they’ll lay off of the fishermen. I actually watched one Warden try to stretch a fish over the legal limit one day – he really, really wanted to write a ticket…

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  • January 12, 2014 at 10:57pm

    Yep. Gotta be properly dowelled in and anchored.
    I think what we’re seeing above is the result of the anchoring/hurricane tie/hardware crew running late. There is a tendency for the framers to wait until right before the framing inspection to install all the straps and clips (except for sheet clips on the roof decking that go in as it’s installed). Damn straps cost a bundle and take quite a bit of labor to install. They are an invaluable part of the overall engineering of the building though, and as we see here, the building won’t stay put wiithout them. Good thing nobody was home! man, what a waste!

  • January 11, 2014 at 10:01pm

    I’ve ordered the book so I can get an answer to that question and a couple others. Still, our guys acted with integrity in spite of what they knew were going to be negative consequences. I disagreed with their choice, but I wasn’t there either.
    Caused them a ton of pain to be civilized, didn’t it?

  • January 11, 2014 at 9:57pm

    Aren’t you a whiz kid, though? !! You just couldn’t restrain youself. Now everyone will be forced to wait for video or waste 20bucks on popcorn. Next time demonstrate a bit of patience to share you opinion, please. Others aren’t chompin at the bit for your “special insight”. Glad you’re so well-read. What are you, an orphan or something? Can’t get a date?
    Was it really so important to share your feelings? sheesh…
    C’mon, man! Dammit!

  • January 11, 2014 at 11:45am

    If Tapper and the rest of his “Team Progressive” industry subversives would spend more time speaking truthfully and plainly, and less time perpetuating Proggie “values” via nuanced doublespeak we’d more inclined to take his words at face value. As it stands, Trapper et al tell the unvarnished truth just often enough to establish an “I told the truth on April 23rd” fallback position.
    Sing your sorrows to someone else, Jake – we’re not buying. After all, you could have plainly said something on the order of ” we’re saddened by the loss of these brave men who gave their lives so that others might know freedom”… Then we’d know without a doubt that he’s on the right side of history, not trying to rewrite it to suite the Progressive narrative.

  • January 5, 2014 at 12:14am

    I hear ya.
    However, as I understand the demographics of Detroit (not that I’m an expert on Detroit by any means) there are probably many people there whose idea of “proper use of a firearm” is spraying a crowd of rival gang members.
    It’s got to be tough weeding out the legit from the “don’t go theres”…
    Race baiters would have a field day.

  • January 5, 2014 at 12:03am

    Another thing I’ve seen happen (though it doesn’t sound as if Horton, KS has ANY premier properties) is the city makes it impossible for the land/homeowner to pay their taxes or upkeep via selective enforcement in order to
    get their hands on a piece of property they want. Could be the city wants to put a park, parking lot, etc right there and he won’t sell out…
    While it could very well be a continuation of the war on honorable military personnel, it’s possible there’s a more mundane reason … Possible, but who knows anymore…

  • January 4, 2014 at 11:50pm

    I think I’ve forgotten how to respect the Office of the President. This clown has done more to degrade the Office than anyone. Ever. Ever.
    Wow.
    Can you just imagine (I know it’s painful) the mentality of those who still buy into this man’s cr@p ?

  • January 4, 2014 at 11:46pm

    It takes a keen mind and razor-sharp wit to fully appreciate Reverend Al. Can you imagine the actual living human beings who intentionally tune in to Sharpie’s program regularly?
    Wow.

  • January 4, 2014 at 11:42pm

    Amen, Brother!
    Hey, give old Sharpie a raise – the comedic value of this guy is through the roof!
    They say God doesn’t make mistakes, and I believe them on that. MSNBC did, however, and they need to re-cast Sharpton to host their upcoming special, “An Hour of Silliness with your host, Reverend Al” !

  • January 4, 2014 at 11:28pm

    Absolutely.
    As C.S. Lewis wrote, (paraphrased from his book “Letters To an American Lady” I think):
    “the more deeply involved we get with the notions of denominations, the further away we go from the nucleus of Christianity the fact of Christ’s love.”

  • November 30, 2013 at 1:54am

    C’mon, man!
    I’ve yet to see the connection between such a concoction and reality.
    Help, I”m stuck in a nightmare and can’t wake up!

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