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User Profile: tuppenceworth

tuppenceworth

Member Since: March 16, 2011

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  • February 20, 2014 at 6:01am

    There are way too many people on both sides who are caught in the middle of this mess, many who just go to work and do what they are told, albeit foolishly here. No way anyone should show up with ANY kind of weapon or any kind of aggressive action that would totally steal the headline here. Nice thoughts all, but reality is if anyone gets hurt or killed, Justina’s story disappears for someone else’s – we all know how the media works. Best bet is making calls, sharing this story, and maybe even a peaceful march and demonstration at the hospital. Help needs to come in the form that the media understands because they helped further the design – optics. Use the optics here, and that does not mean a scope!

  • January 27, 2014 at 1:26pm

    Being a stay at home mom is not hard, but being a blogger is? Seriously, Ms. Glass is soooo out in left field, I do believe she appropriately fits the model of a “FemiNazi”. The stay at home mom is the cornerstone of a society, as she is charged with the day-to-day raising of our next generation of people, YES, PEOPLE – Grown Ups, unlike Ms. Glass, who go into the world and accept responsibilities for the next one after that. With a little luck, this idea of Ms. Glass will spread and irritate enough women to realize that the next generation needs to be raised not to think like she does! Thanks also for ******* on all us working men who contribute to housework, not because it is easy, but because it sucks and needs to be done despite that it does. And thanks for making sure that as you bashed women’s choices, adding another volley of incendiaries in the war on women, that you also bashed men as the insignificant others of the world. Well done! Not only have you made your stupid point at the expense of all the noble women of this entire planet, you have also put a nice jab in on men as well, just for being men and “untrained” or as you mused, “not conditioned”. Maybe your center-of-world, selfish, and simplistic lifestyle suits you, but it probably only suits you and not likely any other human on this planet. Thank you for showing us again that everyone has a choice, but that not all choices are good ones. Narrow mindedness begets a deserved loneliness, Ms. Gla

  • January 23, 2014 at 9:09pm

    Proven during the 2012 campaign, donations made to Obama campaign site were deliberately transacted through a Pakistani IP address, making no mistake as to where these funds came from. Didn’t seem to be a problem. Anyone ever track down the missing Mr. Kony? Bet his campaign was a shadow fundraiser. They check that one out? Seems that some folks are more equal than others, both in breaking laws, and exposing law breakers

    .http://www.wnd.com/2012/10/obama-accepts-osama-bin-laden-donations/

  • January 23, 2014 at 1:29pm

    Is it not clear that most people of faith can accept many aspects of science, yet this argument remains a one way street? Most people, religious or not, accept many things science presents to them because they use reason, but what is the excuse for those atheists who actually “Fear” any talk of religion or God and cannot accept what faith brings to other people? My belief? Atheists are militant agnostics, radicals if you would, not just non believers or doubters, but those who would destroy that which others have faith in, are vehemently against God, and ultimately, in it for their own form of control – of what they would have everyone else believe.

  • June 18, 2013 at 1:04pm

    @ mewnani
    There used to be jobs in teaching, until the unions took over. Now one must go to Thuggery College or Activist U. Perhaps an application to Hogwarts? I would have to agree with you, what on earth do you do with that? I guess if you are looking for personal faith or understanding of the universe, there are many places one could turn FOR FREE to study. I have no problem with Wiccans, but really? A paid study program? Only in New York…

  • May 30, 2013 at 1:01pm

    The world has weakened itself towards the muslims. On a grand scale many have cowed in fear of their retributions and so things have gone for the last 2 decades. Now we see a world full of too much tolerance and open arms for those who would kill or destroy. I believe the muslim world is rising up NOW for a reason. I believe this is intended and I believe this is planned, not by all, but the few who set fire to the wick of radical ideas. Muslims make up 4 percent of Myanmar? Really, what were they thinking? I believe they really thought they would get away with another round of intimidation. This will continue to escalate as time goes by, as The United States has shown the world we will not be the hero this time, but instead lead the weak, justify and stand with them, and let the muslim world know we just don’t want any trouble. Shame on us all for letting it all happen right before our own eyes.
    This was not a call out against any religious group, as it is far to late for that.

  • May 10, 2013 at 3:53pm

    @RETIREDUSMC…
    LOL! I’ll send from here in NH! That could be the best way to donate politically!
    I would encourage everyone in the area to show up, quietly put a dollar on the table with a note reading “Happy to help, best of luck, and thanks”, and walk away without a word spoken. Purchase optional. Let the smarta** know people care, but won’t miss him.

  • February 23, 2013 at 4:38am

    I find the WWE’s pursuit of advancing and holding up negative stereotypes as extremely poor conduct, as bad as portraying guns, murder or rape. Anyone on the right does that and there is INSTANT vilification, but I guess it is “aw-raht fo you good ‘ol boys”. See, not nice when I do it either, spell check is offended. And “Colter”? Really? Like Ann Coulter? Are they expecting or insinuating their audience too stupid to know the difference? They are spreading hate in a beyond “PG” manner.
    Also, Is anyone else seeing that our federal Government is beginning to look a lot like the WWE? The fiscal cliff (hanger) and the sequester all have good potential for a Congressional “Monday Night Raw” weekly showdown. Laughable, really, but are we that far removed form Rome? Hmmmm?

  • August 27, 2012 at 1:43pm

    @MOMRULES,
    That speech by Satan himself has already been written. See “Screwtape Proposes A Toast” by C.S. Lewis, it would fit the bill and finish removing the mask!

    Does this mean Chris Matthews is banned? Just hoping after reading today’s leads. Funny how rules get murky with liberals, which “label” trumps which?

    “Children banned …unless those children have convention credentials. Which, needless to say, is relatively unlikely.” Not in Mr. Matthews case.

  • June 22, 2012 at 1:23pm

    @ Sawbuck:
    DITTO That! No way I will tune in to that loathsome network! Sorry S.E. Cupp and I wish you well and the best. I just hope hope the most liberal network on American TV hasn’t decided to conduct an “Alien Autopsy” here by getting a real conservative on their table for a closer “Inspection”, and that it does not come back to haunt anyone. I should commend her, though, for turning the other cheek here and taking this gig. Hope it works out and I hope she changes some hearts and minds out there.

  • June 14, 2012 at 1:09pm

    In some places religion dictates your body is placed up high on a tower or pillar as food for the vultures – a Zoroastrian tradition (if I recall and spelled that correctly) that returns one to nature. Dear Earth lover, would you consider such a thing?
    This would be almost comical if I were not a huge opponent of all things wicker, and now must live in fear that my wife might choose one of these horrid crates for my final irony! How many plants had to die? Big Wicker – that’s why!

  • February 24, 2012 at 2:06pm

    @ Rose Ellen. “google is not the government”
    After these revised policies, Google will be 2 steps away from being the government.
    Step 1. A crisis or an emergency will force the government to utilize what information Google has collected (which they will comply).
    Step 2. Google is “too big to fail” (after the internet gets restricted – I mean “Regulated” by the government) and gets bought, or rather, “bailed out”.
    The pattern keeps repeating, yet some refuse to see it.

  • October 10, 2011 at 5:32am

    @QPWILLIE >> Nice one.
    As a rabid NFL Fan, I hate that politics has crept in. No, I am not happy with the situation and fear the sound of another drop in the bucket we know as political correctness. As a fan, however, I intend to watch, but avoid all intro and pregame activities on ESPN, making sure to tune in LATE as a message. There are ratings there too, for every minute you watch. I would also suggest that event attendees wait until the first quarter starts to go in – for all MNF games. Nothing worse than an empty stadium at kickoff. Messages can be sent, without missing your favorite game or team, advertisers included.

  • August 5, 2011 at 12:52pm

    Isn’t this what they need? A race riot to break out and deliver the final (predicted) crisis? I support any armed citizen, but it will THEN get on EVERY network if one white guy defends himself and you can just about kiss the rest of civility goodbye after that. I would caution anyone who carries on this situation that maybe this has been planned. It has been said that a president under 42% popularity needs a war to regain the ratings, but no one ever said that couldn’t be a war over race.

  • May 24, 2011 at 12:35pm

    @ Penismightier

    Absolutely right, You and Orwell. We are dangerously close to the “Ministry of Truth” here.
    Orwell showed how “Minny True” told the only story important to you, and that “Ignorance is strength”.
    However, it is only “Strength” to the people who control the ignorance (and the Ignorant).

  • March 16, 2011 at 1:29pm

    Anyone considering how school administration members will be compensated for the extra time involved here? If I am not mistaken, there seems to be a variety of budget issues facing every community these days, largely due to highly paid educational providers. Now we will have them “baby-sit” too? How will that effect their contracts and compensation? Is that the intention? To convince us that since they are the ones “PRIMARILY” watching over our kids they are entitled to more say and more $$$. Scary.