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  • [4] July 22, 2015 at 12:53am

    This is not a criminal act. Nope. This is war.

    Active duty and veterans are familiar with it. No side in a war, absent surrender, has ever in the history of the world been able to declare a war ended. For both sides must agree that a war is over before the war is over…it’s axiomatic.

    Since active duty and veterans are currently being offensively targeted and engaged by an enemy — as they have declared so — why shouldn’t active duty and veterans be able to engage in defensive operations — have the right to carry a firearm?

    The radical Islam war against Christians, Jews, women, children, and on and on and on, is an asymmetrical war. No lines, no fronts, but ensued all over the world, including the sacred United States of America. And we are taking it, so sacred. Active duty and veterans, so targeted, ought to be able to take it with a fighting chance… armed for the battle.

  • [1] July 22, 2015 at 12:20am

    Balls ain’t about noise. The dangerous ones are quiet. Balls is about doing what has to be done even if you have to take a busted lip or must take a pounding of your head against a hard spot.

  • July 21, 2015 at 11:39pm

    Stephen A. Smith, a thinking man. What rationale person would care about his color? He is an intellect. This is the dream for all humanity. The heart, feelings, can be a beast, a real destructive beast. I call my brother any intellect.

    It is time again for a Martin Luther King, Jr. One to see the wisdom in Mr. Smith’s commos. The world is there for all, how big a piece you want is all up to you. Whatever makes you happy. Some want a whole lot, others not very much. And yet both groups seem to be happy. Whatever makes you happy. Intellectuals put me on the happy path.

  • [12] July 16, 2015 at 11:55pm

    Just think if there were open carry. Those Marines would have had a chance. Odd that the very one who are best trained to use firearms, cannot carry them. What a killer of a mistake.

  • [7] July 16, 2015 at 11:46pm

    Isolated incident? Compared to what? There are plenty of fresh dead Americans at the hands of the isolated incidents of the radical Islam. Right here in America. All over America. One isolated incident beheaded a woman in Oklahoma. Absurd and an insult to our intelligence. The President should know better. Isolated incident? Absurd. We need to ban the flying of all Islamic flags in America. And I have fresh precedent showing recent precedent. Like in the last month fresh precedent. Every swinging dick ought to be under the same standard.

  • July 16, 2015 at 1:08am

    Say is Obama a straight Christian white male? Just as much that as anything else I suppose. No?

    If he is, there is at least one female country western singer won’t think much of him because of it. This seems racist. No?

  • July 16, 2015 at 1:04am

    Oh another Obama quotable quote.

    Like, the oldies but goodies.

    George [Obamacare] is not a tax.

    If you like your doctor you can keep you doctor.

    If you like… [oh barf you know the rest]

    It was a youtube video

    Putting on a Kobie jersey does not make the jv, varsity. ISIS is jv.

    So it is in the best of all possible worlds. Oh barf.

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  • [1] July 16, 2015 at 12:45am

    She says in the straight while male established land. Her mouth, her dress, her approach won’t play well, let’s say in the middle east. I encourage her to try the middle east for a year. She’d dig this straight white male Christian land. She will kiss the ground when she returns, then she may kiss my ass. What a twit.

    So freichen cliche. Drinking the victim chic tea. Has she her own thoughts in her head? She acts like she doesn’t.

  • July 15, 2015 at 12:34am

    What that Johnny Mounds redeployed from Oslo, and Lanh “the Goth” Le Vafuss, has returned from the whereabouts of CERN, and Speedy Pettigrew continues biology conquests, the Epic Mule editorial staff fully assembled, announce a return to sanity.
    The Confederate Flag is as misunderstood as a reluctant mule. The pubescent dark ages dictate that merely one murder determines who may fly a flag — that the dishonorable steal the honor from the honorable. So absurd, but now common.

    As such, we have determined that a symbolically uncommon, yet correct, Confederate Flag bandana be designed, to fit the feelings and desires of most Southerners. A bandana featuring the “stars and bars” with a black border — all to symbolize self-determination, state’s rights, while at the same time, naturally being opposed to slavery.

    The material will be cotton. Why? Symbolism? Yes, no type of phony polyester or other type of plastic cloth can feel like the real thing. Whoever wears it, will be real. It will serve as a connection from a past to a better future, for all, as all want better.

    Southerners have the right to not be racists. This means others should not so easily be able to call them so because of a flag flown.

  • July 15, 2015 at 12:04am

    All true Glenn, as usual.

    I have held some crazy notion for some time. The alignment of the Jewish people with white Christians, who span the globe, is causing the usual angst to the usual domineering types who do not like how the result of the game ended. The former with all the wealth. Well, no all. Most. How can this be?

    Enter stage right cognitive dissonance. I’m not in my condition because of failings, I am here because of the*ings of Jews and Christians.

    Well enter stage right Sara, reality. She says, “blip-blip, blip, accelerating to blip-blip.”

    Continuing, “aaaaaaaaaaa, aaaaa!”

    Eh-eh, eh, eh-eh, aaaaaa.

    Sara sparkles amidst her starry neighbors. But she speaks in colorful sparklings — flashes of reds and blues and whites. As if speaking.

    “Harm nary a hair of kin. My name is Sara.”

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  • [2] July 14, 2015 at 11:44pm

    The only thing-s missing, the orange jumpsuit and the cameras. The religious bigots like to trumpet their accomplishments, evil as they are, all in the name of some prophet who likes women and kids to die for publicity, for the sake of publishing. Some prophecy, huh? The whole story line and presentation suck. Who would trade death and destruction for publicity sake? Why not go for the teacher, the prophet, the Christ, who preaches peace and tolerance and sharing. Murder is so off-putting and bad advertising for loving prophets, for some reason.

  • July 14, 2015 at 11:35pm

    Nobody can damage your mission except you. Either you do or not do. Very simple.

  • [7] July 14, 2015 at 11:33pm

    Anything but to the point. Eh, it’s about the dead lady, not the social skills of a reporter, one way or the other. It is about the point.

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  • July 8, 2015 at 3:40am

    The young author in this case eagerly requested that Truthspeare read the work as soon as delivered in hand by his courier.

  • July 8, 2015 at 3:30am

    See anon as this young author reveals what happens when he and a friend have successfully schemed to gain access to the suit of armor in private, after hours.

  • July 8, 2015 at 3:08am

    The brothers went around to the different continents taking people’s happiness and making it into bad things and giving them back to the people.

    Lan remembered his father told him before, “Never remember bad dreams. They’re just bad memories.” Lan wished he could go back to his family’s farm. His dad and mom would be waiting for him, but he had to figure out how to stop the black thing.

    The Epic Mule will continue to present the remainder of “The Black Thing” story tomorrow, for the sake of brevity and tired fingers.

  • July 8, 2015 at 3:04am

    Well, the only suit of armor was at the library for show standing against the wall in the non-fiction section, but there were always tons of people standing around it and admiring it.

    Just then, Lan’s teacher came out of a store on the sidewalk next to him, “When you were on the sidewalk it looked as if all of the happiness had been sucked out of you.”

    Lan didn’t know what to say. He tried not to stutter, but he couldn’t help it. “Well?” Lan’s teacher had said.

    “Oh well, I just stopped to pick up something I dropped,” replied Lan.

    “Oh, OK. How’s your day been?” asked Lan’s teacher.

    “Pretty good,” Lan anwered. Lan’s teacher went back to his apartment.

    He had to figure out what the suit of armor had to do with anything.

    First, Lan checked his feet to make sure they weren’t crumbling even more, and they weren’t. By the time Lan got to his extremely small apartment, it was very dark outside, almost as black as the black figure he’d seen earlier in the day. Once he got in his apartment, he put on his polka-dotted pajamas and went straight to bed. He was do tired he did not bother to even have dinner, and before he knew it, he was asleep.

    The next day when Lan woke up, he was wondering if the dream he had had in the night had anything to do with what happened yhesterday with him and the black thing. He had a dream that the black thing had 7 brothers for 7 continents.

  • July 8, 2015 at 2:50am

    One day at noon, he was taking his every day walk around the city. It was noisy as usual with the city buses, cars, and noisy trucks, but he didn’t care.

    We he crossed the street, he saw a weird black figure of a person. He’d never seen a person so black, but its eyes were purple. It couldn’t have been person though Lan. The more he stared at the figure, the more scared he became. It only felt like two seconds that he was staring at the thing. People began to stare at Lan, but no one seemed to notice the black figure. Even cars stopped to look. The figure began to move toward him. As the figure got closer to him he felt like his legs could fall off.

    Then it happened to the rest of his body. He felt just like his legs were feeling. He felt like he was chipping away, like he was a chip crumbling into a million pieces. He didn’t feel hurt at all.

    Once the thing was face to face with him, Lan screamed out, “PLEASE DON’T HURT ME! He shouted, “I’ve done no wrong to you.” Then Lan remembered he’d seen the thing in his barn in the middle of the night when he was 7 years old.

    By the time Lan opened his eyes, the black thing was on top of him now. The black thing’s smile was reminding Lan about every bad memory he ever remembered. The black thing got in his face and said, “Under the suit of armor.” And then the black thing disappeared. Lan was very scared and amazed all at the same time, but then he thought about what the black thing had said.

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  • July 8, 2015 at 2:38am

    And so, grace is the ability to look pass faults and see the whole man, to accept him as he is.

    Well, grace is not for some politicians — particularly, the reverse cuckhold, the anti-Will Rogers. These type of politicians tend to be non-empathetic and mean.

    On to the Epic Mule, the digital rag suited only for Jefferson democracy disaffected. Beat reporter Johnny Mounds is prepping for his departure from Oslo. His source gave information of such impure country matters that Mounds informed The Epic Mule staff that only “under the roses” must do. At least until conclusive evidence is obtained, you know, raunchy video and audio.

    In its last submission, The Epic Mule staff introduced the inaugural work of the “Young Author, Give’m a Chance Award” submittant. This very evening, the same sumittant received another work of this author, penned at age 8.

    I will not change a word or syllable and I will spare “sic” for sake of authenticity. He seems to write better than I do anyways. And without further delay, The Epic Mule submits for your review, as you like it, the following:

    The Black Thing

    Once there was a 7 year old boy named Lan. He grew up on a poor farm. As Lan grew older, he worked harder, and eventually when he was 18 he moved into the city to go to college.

    Lan had a very small apartment there. The more he was in the apartment, the more he got used to the smallness.

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  • [4] July 6, 2015 at 4:32am

    Hmmm, Jefferson, Voltaire and Rand are some of my favorite authors. Jefferson broke apart from the British Monarchy favoring his own thoughts, Voltaire ran to the the British Monarchy to save his head, and Ayn Rand favored Jefferson, but not at the expense of Voltaire, or his head.

    The Greeks are broke and unfathomably in debt, all done on their democratic sovereignty own. They obligated only themselves, and nobody else, to pay for their decisions. Is a Jefferson democracy one that can sustain itself, or is it a cheap beggar? And what of the vaunted Greek democracy?

    Cheap, begging, democracies remind me of socialism as well as the related remarks on this blight by former British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. The Greeks are free to vote in Democratic elections, true, but they are also entitled to be starving broke as a result of their own suffrage.

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