I thought Hannity was trying to vet the caller, by playing ignorant the caller might say something that exposes him as a faker, but the caller sounded legit, don't know for sure but if there were only six guys that knew, he will get exposed....
They are DRONES. No one is on board!
We used to monitor them and they were being flown by some guy sipping Latte's in AZ!!!!
Me in Iraq and Joe Drone Pilot in AZ....thats how it works.
I sure hope he got his Drone Hero Award!!!! While we were gettting pounded by KATUSHA Rockets!!!
Hannity is not a reporter..... nor a journalist....he is an anchor of the show. He was probably trying to make it simple so everyone could understand.
April 30, 2013 at 11:50am
While the playhouse is nice, I can’t believe they say they don’t have a $1k to pay for the variance. There’s easily $1k worth of materials in that house (unless they procured the materials for free).
They should have built it in the backyard to start and would have probably avoided fiasco.
Further, if they don’t have $1k lying around, but are fully capable of building such a nice house, why aren’t they doing that on the side as a part time job? I’m sure there would be a lot of people willing to put up that type of cash for a playhouse for their kids.
because there would probably be laws, ordinances, fines and fees associated with that as well. Slaves need to stay on task.
It's not $1000 for the variance it's $1000 to file for the variance with no assurance it will be approved.
Any developer could have told you that they don't sell variances for that kind of chump change.
April 29, 2013 at 2:32pm
I hope these folks absolutely sue the pants off everyone involved here. There needs to be major major accountability held for the officers and that CPS agent (both civil and criminal).
The problem is those people do not pay...you will.
April 29, 2013 at 2:24pm
Well, if the government (DHS) quit buying all the ammo produced, there’d be plenty of money lying around for all the Air Traffic Controllers among other needed services. Just tossing that out there government officials…
April 27, 2013 at 1:25am
Well, if we’re really trying to save money, why doesn’t Barry just have a small BBQ outback with some reporters and call it an evening. Shouldn’t run more than a few $ bucks in my estimate.
5 stray dogs = $0.00
3 bottles of BBQ sauce = $15.00
Watermelon for dessert = $10.00
TOTAL = $25.00
Fish: Please do not start a catering business !
March 26, 2013 at 1:07pm
I think the funniest thing is these school advisers not seeing the obvious concept that a square cut diagonally forms a two triangles. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that they’ve just doubled the objects thrown. That of course can be cut exponentially to a point of diminishing returns…
March 26, 2013 at 12:58pm
I don’t understand the logic, if it’s a square all the person has to do is cut it diagonally making two triangles they’re trying to ban to begin with. All they’re doing is providing double the objects to toss.
A sample of new thought
Jack is (totally) out of the box
March 8, 2013 at 4:16pm
Can someone explain to me why there isn’t a age limit for being a Senator? Meaning you have to be 30 years old or older to be a Senator, then you shouldn’t be allowed to stay in office past 60?
These senile crazy old bats are driving our country into the ground faster than a Hydrogen gas filled dirigible named the Titanic piloted by Obama.
March 8, 2013 at 1:55pm
The problem with these camera trap systems is multifaceted:
- They’re issuing citations without discretion being used; sometimes there is a legitimate reason for speeding and you can make your case with an officer.
- They’re run by “for profit” private companies in most if not all cases.
- They’re setup more often than not in a fashion where one isn’t informed with prior notification or isn’t afforded the opportunity to shift speeds to accommodate the speed difference.
- You can’t face your accuser in court when issued a citation.
- Technology isn’t without bugs; who is to say these don’t misfire and trigger a false positive ticket.
- They often cause accidents at red lights when people slam on their brakes to avoid a potential ticket through a yellow causing rear end collisions.
- Once they are discovered, the end result is people avoiding the area with the camera installed (see article above for that observation).
- They are taking away jobs from people (albeit not a lot, but nevertheless).
March 8, 2013 at 1:38pm
Good for her. I hope someone brings a Therapy Skunk with them to lunch or a Therapy Gator to class.
or a feisty wolverine to hug therapy meetings...that'd be festive
Yes .. a Michigan Wolverine ... on an non A2 campus would be great .. that is U of M for those outside of MI. Some great comments on the MLive link btw .. one person wants to bring a firearm for "emotional support" ;-)
March 8, 2013 at 1:30pm
I witnessed a guy in a Ford F250 4×4 wrap a thick chain around one of these cameras and floored it; ripped the stupid thing right off the pole. All the cars in the area started honking and people cheering. I wish I got it on video to share.
Me, too. If you got it on video, your vandalizing hero would be in jail now.
hooray for criminal damage and vandalism!!! oh wait... that's what the liberals said to the Occupy movement.
I don't know P8RIOT! Crappin on the side of a police car and rippin out a camera that's rippin you off are somewhat different in my book!
"The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of traffic camera's"?
I suspect P8TRIOT would have been calling for the heads of the vandals that chucked all of that tea into Boston harbor. I mean, hey, law and order and stuff.
To not be able to make the moral distinction between an unchained ambitious state and a constitutionally restrained state, and holding us as equally morally wrong for violating either's laws, an equivocation if you will, seems to me to be the height of silliness. What next, we should sing pretty songs while cops beat us and tazer us?
Ghost! I'll have to consult with I-Tunes, for the appropriate selection!
Wow, that one was just silly. Maybe you missed the whole point of that day in 1773... that was an issue because the people had no representation to voice their concerns - which occurred BEFORE - our great Constitution. Thus, today is completely different in that we now have the avenues to voice our concerns with our elected representatives to change a law if you don't like it... our founders set it up like this so that we wouldn't have to riot like in 1773.
March 7, 2013 at 1:00pm
I don’t understand this. You have to be at least 30 years of age to be a Senator. Lets put a cap on the top saying you can’t be older than 60 years of age to be a Senator as well. Senile old men/women have no place “leading” our country.
March 1, 2013 at 3:23pm
If this happened in a private business, that person would be terminated immediately. Too bad that doesn’t work in the public sector.
March 1, 2013 at 12:45pm
Nice, Mr. Colion Noir videos are similar in a way to Top Gear videos with the videography, music, and commentary. He has a stellar channel.
February 28, 2013 at 11:14am
Can’t say that I’m at all surprised by this. I’d be willing to wager that every White House reporter has read the “The King’s Decree of Ill Will – Warning Sign” upon entering the throne room.