User Profile: U4eeeahhh


Member Since: October 29, 2012


  • February 22, 2014 at 7:21am

    You are correct when you say that Atheists wish to de-Christianize American culture. But I see that as a good thing. A more secular society would be more conducive to freedom and equality. Can you deny that through out our history the mythology of the Bible have been repeated misused to support prejudices and limit rights of certain individuals? Several major faith studies have shown that in the USA in 2014 about 20% of the citizenry call themselves non-religious, and that segment is growing far more rapidly than any faith. De-Christianizing American culture is the logical progression of our society as the superstitions of old fade away.

  • February 18, 2014 at 6:50pm

    Followed the link and saw the shirts; this woman has a very, very low threshold for finding offense. Orem’s cited ordinance I doubt would hold up to any challenge and likely is on the books because no one has ever been charged with it.

    Nothing of note if this hadn’t happen in Utah, it would never have been a TV news story.

  • August 31, 2013 at 2:22pm

    Legalize, regulate and keeping it safe would end underage prostitution, end what little trafficking there is in America and get us hobbyists [Johns] better quality providers[Hookers] and make sex work safe.

    Most women in sex work are there by choice, many escorts see only 1 client a day, two or three days a week at rates from $400 to $600 a appointment. I know many women, several in Houston that have been escorts for a decade or more, own their homes, pay taxes and earn $60,0000 up a year working maybe 10 or 12 days a month, half a day. There is nothing wrong with sex work, legalize!

    Yes, I am a hobbyist and have no shame about it.

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  • August 13, 2013 at 11:11am

    You all remember that porn made the VHS VCR. The slow selling Betamax was not the medium for home consumption porn, wham bam and we have a new ubiquitous home appliance.

    Much of America’s porn is beginning to move off-shore in anticipation of restrictive laws.

    Canada’s percentage is almost all in one owner’s sites, Carol Cox. Carol is a woman who started her own site 15 years ago and is now a millionaire. My Texas-based porn co-op was a content contributor years ago.

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  • August 6, 2013 at 11:06am


    Whiskey River’s dress code in in place to keep it white, it’s the ******* Protection Dress Code

  • August 5, 2013 at 4:16pm

    @NAQ…. Actually lesbian couples have the lowest rate of domestic violence and are the least likely to cheat.

  • August 5, 2013 at 4:11pm

    I’ve been to Whiskey River [belongs to a redneck racing star] and they are trying their damnedest to keep young blacks of the place.
    That’s redneck riviera there.

  • August 5, 2013 at 4:01pm

    The #1 misconception that Blazers seem to have is that businesses have the right to deny anyone service for any reason… No such right exists in American law. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent additional federal and state legislation says that the enumerated protected classes can not be refused service without good cause and due process. You do not have the right to refuse service because you made a sign. There is no such thing as a private business. You serve the public, you become a public accommodation and are subject the applicable laws.

    FOR TENN VET – Bikers are the most conforming bunch of bigots you will ever want to meet. Black vest, black tshirts, engineer boots and a cheap helmet, all of them wearing the same patches. No Bikers are all about rigid conformity. You wear a full coverage helmet and proper gear and they won’t even wave at you. Not a Harley? You can’t park in front a biker bar without some one screwing with your bike. Fact is motorcycling is very segregated and the traditional American biker represents the worst of it. Talk about a group emulating thugs! I know of 3 biker-friendly bars in the New Orleans area that have a “No Sagging Pants” rule just because they want to keep out Blacks. How do I know? The owner that put up the signs told me so. You all know these dress codes are used to discriminate and you are supporting the business owner’s right to discriminate?

  • August 5, 2013 at 3:30pm

    Just Muslims? What about this? From April 2011 – Investigators believe a network of Christian groups helped an evangelical ex-lesbian kidnap her daughter from her estranged lesbian partner and spirit the girl away to Central America. Lisa Miller disappeared with her daughter, Isabella, after losing a custody battle with ex-partner Janet Jenkins in late 2009. Tennessee pastor Timothy Miller was arrested and charged with “international parental kidnapping, was convicted and is out of appeal. American Family Association head Bryan Fischer has said God wants children of gay parents kidnapped.

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  • August 5, 2013 at 10:59am

    I could show you a hundred intersections that look like a cross but have no religious significance. Geometry has no supernatural component.

  • August 4, 2013 at 1:57pm

    Ahhh, you worked for a Church and Churches are allowed to make such requirements as being a member of a specific sect or attend services but a Christian-themed school or Christian-affiliated hospital has other employment rules to contend with. Even a private school has some anti-discrimination laws it must adhere to under Federal law. But sadly being in Alabama will provide him less protection that in some other states. Alabama does not have a state administrative agency that accepts discrimination claims. The official website of the state of Alabama, reads, “The State of Alabama does not have any termination laws. Federal law covers such things as discrimination based upon age, race, religion, sex, national origin, and disabilities and is handled by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.” That means under Alabama law you can be fired for any reason and if you have a problem, take it up with the Feds.
    I managed events in Huntsville and almost moved there, lovely place but so many nasty backward people!

  • August 3, 2013 at 10:19am

    Beck is no Nazi, but there is no way to display Anne Frank’s diary and Hitler’s blood together tastefully. It is unlikely Beck vetted each item for the exhibit, whoever did really didn’t think it through very well.

  • August 3, 2013 at 9:01am

    Ridiculous hyperbole to suggest that in half a century BO will be seen by historians as a Hitler-like mass murderer and mad man. Poor president without real programs who has let the Military/Secrecy/Industrial War machine roll over the rights of Americans and the whole world, oh yeah, The Fuhrer, hardly.

  • August 1, 2013 at 9:34am

    Of course True Christians are a relative small minority of book buyers anyway and not that large a share of American anymore.

  • August 1, 2013 at 9:12am

    Y’all are really running out of s**t to complain about if a little ******* profanity is all you can come up with to b*itch about.

    That’s why I like – you can use adult language without the speech nannies censorship. Y’all always complaint about the stu*idist cr*p.

  • August 1, 2013 at 7:55am

    You know what I find most reveling? How many road and parking lot rage advocates are here. The number of posts that suggest taking the law in your own hands, doing violence or damage to the car and the number who appear to be proud to drive clinkers and damage nice autos. Not a bit of empathy for the guy who is trying to keep his car nice in a world of inconsiderate vandals jealous of his nice car.

    I bought my first Ferrari in 1996, a used 512bb. The first week I owned it I watched an old lady in a Caddy kick open her door and do $4000 worth of damage. It took forever to collect. So I learned to park away or if there’s no other choice diagonally across two spaces. I’ve owned 3 exotics now and I feel people jealous that they can’t drive one will always be trying to damage your car. I find pick up truck drivers are the worst

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  • July 31, 2013 at 1:46pm

    That Karl did not attend the event is not relevant. If you have read the opinion piece by a private citizen [not a SLC Trib employee] there is no direct or indirect libelous statement made. No action would be successful.

  • July 31, 2013 at 1:36pm

    Scott, I’m a publisher and magazine editor with two titles. I write about events from photos all the, perfectly acceptable. She said the crowd shuffled through like robots which she picked up from other articles on the event.

    She’s not a reporter, she’s not newspaper staff, this is a letter to the editor, personal opinions of a private citizen. No direct false claims to do damage. There is nothing to sue over and no one to fire.

  • July 31, 2013 at 1:28pm

    Karl is NOT a SLC Tribune employee, just a private citizen expressing a personal opinion. No one to fire and really impossible to sue. She never directly said “Beck is a Nazi”

  • July 31, 2013 at 9:57am

    show me one libelous statement she made