User Profile: UDI


Member Since: September 27, 2010


  • [3] June 17, 2015 at 10:33am

    “She also made the strange claim that there’s no “biological proof” that her white parents are her real parents.

    “I’m not necessarily saying that I can prove they’re not, but I don’t know that I can actually prove they are.”

    Yes you can, it’s called DNA. It’s really simple, we’ve been using it for years for just that purpose.

    As if the people at MSNBC didn’t already lack credibility enough, they just let that comment slide? Can’t have it hurt their narrative that you are whatever you identify with.

    At least we don’t have to worry about affirmative action any more.

  • [8] April 20, 2015 at 3:52pm

    So, in other words, you don’t have any actual resources.

    SpeakSoftlyAndCarry stated his resource because he had one that he actually used and quoted.

    Why should we be expected to do the leg work for your argument? If you want to state something as fact, it is up to you to provide the resources to back up your claim. The onus to prove your statement is on you or it is moot and does not belong in any kind of debate.

    The fact that you are unwilling to site your resources suggests that you have none and made up everything in your claim.

  • [6] April 20, 2015 at 3:11pm

    Not sure what you mean by “increased productivity.” Have you even eaten at a fast food restaurant? It is the antithesis of “fast food” and when you get it it looks like they just threw it all into a wrapper and shot ketchup and mustard at it from across the room.

    But just so I understand your question correctly, are you suggesting that since there is a $1.91 difference between the minimum wage from forty years ago and now, it should be doubled?

  • [4] April 20, 2015 at 2:17pm

    Outstanding! What are the sites?

  • [13] April 20, 2015 at 1:02pm

    Care to share with us the formula you used? Or are we just supposed to drink your Kool Aid?

    For example, where did you get the cost of living numbers from forty years ago? Where did you find the “actual cost of things” from forty years ago? I have to admit, you had to have done a TON of research just to post one comment on an article on The Blaze and you are to be commended for that. Considering that you would have had to look up MANY varying products to establish a solid baseline of the “actual cost of things” from back then (it would be great if you could also post a list of the products you used for your research). And this would have had to cover the entire United States, which means that you would have had to have done this for every product from each state in the union and then come up with an average. Then you would have had to do the same for the minimum wage for each state and then come up with an average. Then you would have had to do the same for all those products and minimum wages in today’s economy, in all the same states and averaged them all again to come up with a comparison of the cost of living difference between then and now.

    Sounds exhausting.

    You must have a lot of time on your hands. How do you find time to work? I’m still trying to figure out where you found the “actual cost of things” from forty years ago. Was there a website or something that lists that?

  • August 14, 2013 at 1:03pm

    I’m not a professional video analyst or UFO researcher or anything, but I do have years in graphic design and have messed around a bit with some video production, and I have to call bunk on this.

    If you look at 1:06, the UFO disappears just before reaching the edge of the screen. Don’t know why he didn’t set his tween to continue all the way off the screen, but I guess it was an oversight on his part.

  • February 6, 2013 at 12:26pm

    Of course he makes money acting, he has to eat too. That’s what a job is.

    I don’t think that he was calling them out on any level by saying “anything for a buck,” what he was doing was letting us know that we need to vote with our pocket books. If you want Hollywood to start putting out movies that fall in line with your values, then you need to support those movies when they are made. If those movies only make a few bucks they will stop making them. That’s just the nature of business. No company continues to make a product that nobody is buying.

  • January 31, 2013 at 10:59am

    You sound a little angry yourself.

  • January 31, 2013 at 10:31am

    “God is a bad parent and role model,” “God is not logical,” “God is not fair” and “God does not protect the innocent.”

    I’m sorry, did I miss something here? I thought God didn’t exist. How can He be all of these things if he doesn’t exist? Judging by these statements I think it’s less of a matter of disbelief in God and more of an anger towards God.

    “I want my children to be free not to believe”

    And I want my children to be free to believe.

    “I only want religion to be kept at home or in church where it belongs. It’s a personal effect, like a toothbrush or a pair of shoes.”

    Sorry, no can do.
    My faith is nothing like my toothbrush or a pair of shoes. My faith is intertwined with every fiber of my being. It goes all the way down to the very core of my soul. I can no more leave it home than I can leave my foot at home, or a hand.

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  • December 18, 2012 at 10:45am


    You’re argument is reductio ad absurdum. Nobody is seeking “nuclear arms, or surface to air missiles” and to suggest that anybody is, is utterly absurd. Your argument was rendered invalid at that statement.

    Also, I would be very interested in seeing where in the second amendment it references “muskets.” I appreciate your willingness to quote the second amendment, but you forgot some of it. The whole second amendment states “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.”

    Note: “A well regulated militia”.
    The militia was made up of ordinary citizens performing military actions in an effort to help us win our independence in the Revolutionary war and they used the same firearms that the military of the time used.

    “…being necessary to the security of a free state”.
    In other words, the second amendment was written to give us the ability to defend ourselves from tyranny in the exact way the framers of the Constitution had JUST done.

    So you see, the second amendment was not written to give American citizens the right to a hobby of collecting relics. It was written to give American citizens the ability to defend the freedom won by the blood of the very citizens it was written about.