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Uten

Member Since: April 25, 2013

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  • April 19, 2014 at 8:11am

    I don’t think he fired it purposely. Hold your hand in a similar position and the pull your arm back as he did. You reflexively make a fist – or at least partially close your fingers unless you concentrate on not doing so.

    His mistake, which permit holders know, DO NOT put your finger on the trigger unless you’re prepared to fire.

    He’s a reckless, thoughtless child-man trying to be (hip or cool or gangsta) or whatever kids call this nonsensical behavior these days.

  • April 12, 2014 at 4:15am

    There are more registered voters than adults in Colorado.
    So, I guess that’s not voter fraud… it’s… umm…
    We must not discriminate against and we must protect the votes of the non-existent people, dead people, felons, and illegal aliens.

    Our local newspaper went ballistic on a Republican for doing his job. He found “approximately 90% of the 2-3 thousand fraudulent votes that he discovered were Democrat votes.” According to the paper, it’s not that 90% of voter fraud is coming from Democrats; it’s because he’s targeting them. While that is possible, I believe that it’s extremely unlikely.

  • April 9, 2014 at 4:00am

    Children are prone to cruelty. Many children cannot be left alone with a small animal. These two are childlike minds in adult bodies which I believe is very nearly the actual definition of “idiot”

  • March 28, 2014 at 1:37am

    August 12, 1958. Switchblade knives were criminalized by the federal gov’t because, as we all know, people don’t kill people…
    1) switchblades kill people
    2) NRA members kill people
    3) blades over 6 inches kill people
    4) concealed weapons kill people
    5) open weapons kill people
    6) pop tarts shaped like guns kill people
    7) BB guns kill people
    8) action figure’s super tiny plastic guns kill people
    9) index fingers kill people
    10) pictures of guns kill people
    11) magazines that hold more than x bullets kill people
    12) but radical Muslims NEVER kill people

    I rarely use sarcasm, but I couldn’t resist.

  • March 26, 2014 at 7:02pm

    Bossy. LOL
    She’s displeased with having the best the world has to offer and all paid for by us. No, I’m not surprised either.

  • March 23, 2014 at 1:20am

    Anti-freedom, big government Liberals and Progressives are all about diversity and fairness – NOT!
    Liberals are all about power, money and control – DING DING DING!

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  • March 22, 2014 at 8:36pm

    Wheat is in almost everything. Going gluten free is terribly difficult, especially for a poor person like me.
    I have a similar problem. I had no idea wheat was the culprit until recently though. Who would have imagined? I remember telling my parents that eating toast made me feel really bad when I was a child and they said that that was ridiculous. So I’ve been poisoned by my food for 50 years and think that it caused irreparable damage to my joints and digestive system.

    I tried eating oriental for a couple weeks. Lots of rice, but no bread, spaghetti, muffins, etc… I felt MUCH better. I tried eating a couple sandwiches to verify that it was the wheat and I felt horrible the very next day.

    Wheat is not garbage or junk food. It’s in almost everything. So, I eat oriental whenever I can afford. Rice noodles or soba instead of regular noodles, no ramen.

    Meat is totally fine – for me anyways.

  • March 22, 2014 at 7:43am

    A future politician? Possibly. A future Democrat? Definitely.

  • March 22, 2014 at 7:07am

    Agreed. Arrogance and ignorance always spawns the same personality type.
    Obamas, Lettermans, Clintons, Reids, etc… spoiled rotten jerks.

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  • March 21, 2014 at 9:23pm

    What’s negative about any color? Any color can be seen as positive or negative depending on what the person forming an opinion (on a color?) is thinking when they think about it.
    Red: spicy or bloody
    Blue: clear skies or depression
    Green: forest or disease
    Yellow: remembrance or cowardice
    Purple: bruises or flowers

    Saying a color represents a negative or positive is just silly. The teachers used red ink so their markings would stand out. I had teachers write good things (Fantastic! Great insight! 100%) on my papers usually using red ink!

  • March 21, 2014 at 7:36pm

    I took a friend to Durango for her friend’s wedding. My friend was a 21 year neighbor. I was trying to get her off drugs. I would soon realized my attempts would be futile. After the wedding, there must have been nearly 200 kids gathered in someone’s home (Durango is tiny, only about 16,000 people at the time. It seemed like an backward little town where time is caught in a standstill in the hippie era). The party turned out to be just a sex/drug center for kids and young adults. No one could use the bathroom because the kids were using it to have sex one after another after another. Judging from their strange behavior, they were all on drugs (this was before they legalized pot). I think they were on harder drugs than marijuana.
    One little girl (she appeared about 13) came to me and asked if I was dating my friend. I said I wasn’t, but she said, “It’s okay. I think it’s great when older guys date young girls. They stay with you a lot longer than young guys. I had a 51 year old boyfriend.” What?!!!! I was PO’ed at my friend and told her that when we get home, I never want to see her again. After a long, tense and silent drive home, she disappeared within a week. I never saw her again.
    During that party, I was wondering to myself, “Where are these kids parents? Don’t they care about their own children?” Durango is seriously messed up. I won’t go back there again.
    Anyway, from that experience, I’m not the least bit surprised by this story.

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  • March 19, 2014 at 11:51pm

    This article actually made me MORE interested. I doubt I would’ve even have considered buying it before I read this article.

  • March 19, 2014 at 11:31pm

    What the…? What are the odds?!

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  • March 19, 2014 at 11:25pm

    Look at Iheartisrael’s past posts. He’s psycho.
    Everything American is evil and everything Russian is good.
    I’m guessing another idiot hipster, i.e. a 20-something know-nothing pretending to know all there is.

    Russia and USSR are beloved by teens. If you look at the guild names in MMPORGs nowadays, you’ll find many kids naming guilds USSR and Russia, but good luck finding anything pro-American. This is telling.

    Schools have indoctrinated the kids quite well and to unscramble their brains would mean more complete history lessons. Good luck trying to get kids interested in learning the truth after being forced into the indoctrination camps for 12 or more years.

  • March 19, 2014 at 2:34am

    What’s a conservative Democrat? Democrats vote against anything conservative 90-something percent of the time, so what does conservative Democrat mean? He carries a gun, but doesn’t want others to be able to carry. That’s not a conservative Democrat. That’s an ordinary hypocritical progressive Democrat.

    Progressive – Malthusian Luddites (opposite of progressive
    Liberals – for big government and theft of private citizens (opposite of liberal)
    Democrat – commonly said “looking out for the poor,” but they get their money from the ultra-rich and take from working class to give to their rich friends. Centralizing power and inching forward towards totalitarianism, not democracy

    Everything about them is a lie.

  • March 12, 2014 at 12:25am

    Before reading the article, I assumed he had some rare disease.
    It doesn’t look good and is dangerously unhealthy so what’s the sense in it?
    I assume, like bulimics, he has a distorted vision of how he appears.

  • March 1, 2014 at 8:50am

    Bill Maher is out of touch. I’m just an average Joe who has worked with thousands of ordinary middle class people. He knows only the snobs who parrot the same idiocy to one another. There are VERY few people who care about a person’s race. The same people Maher and Garawfullow claim hate Obama simply because he’s black love Allen West and Dr. Ben Carson. Color has nothing to do with it and anyone with half a brain knows it. I actually liked Obama when I heard a couple of his first speeches (when his lies weren’t so obvious) until he outed himself as an anti-American Marxist and anti-family, partial birth abortion supporter.

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  • March 1, 2014 at 7:29am

    “(L)iberalism’s true intellectual roots were actually anti-Progressive and perhaps more importantly anti-middle class. The anti-middle class remains strong, but…they were anti-progressive.” !?!?!
    Ever do this in school? The teacher whispers a story in the ear of a student and the student whispers the story to another until the story’s been told across the classroom. The last student tells the class what he heard and then the teacher tells the class what he actually told the first student. The story becomes something entirely different. It seems that’s what happened here. They did a total 180 and embraced to an extreme what they originally opposed, but they apparently kept that nasty snobbery and the anti-middle class attitude through the decades.
    Now add anti-Americanism, anti-Christian, anti-free market, anti-life (baby killing), anti-Israel, anti-Jew, anti-Constitutional law, anti-military, anti-family, obsession with race, Marxism, open border idiocy, global warming hysteria, Malthusian hysteria, ends justify the means even if the means are evil, laws are for thee but not for me hypocrisy, and the countless other hypocrisies.

    Constitutional libertarianism, free market, free press, honor and accepting responsibility for one’s own actions ensures freedom for the people.

    Big government leads to bigger graveyards.

  • March 1, 2014 at 6:09am

    I’m not in Denver, but I’m not far. I tip 20% 100% of the time unless the waiter is rude, then they get a penny.
    I’m surprised to see Denver up at the top. Immorality seems to be a big problem here compared to my native state… or maybe it’s just a change of the times.

  • March 1, 2014 at 5:50am

    Get a warrant for his cellphone and then decide innocence or guilt. Kids lie all the time. I’ve heard students tell countless sex stories concocted to impress their friends or to destroy the reputations of teachers and students when I was a kid. I knew most of them were lies even when I was a kid myself.

    I remember when a some of 12 to 14 year old girls were telling their friends in school that they had slept with me when I was 18 or 19. They were lying and I had to call each of them to explain to them that if someone believed the lies I would be in serious trouble. I successfully embarrassed the girls when they realized that I had heard the rumors and THANK GOD they stopped. I dodged a bullet there.

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