User Profile: Vapor Trail

Vapor Trail

Member Since: July 11, 2011


  • September 10, 2012 at 10:00pm

    19RANDY59…..BINGO!!!! Too bad so few can see it.

  • July 30, 2012 at 7:20pm

    Wow, looks like a lot of Blazer’s fall for the propaganda rather than learn the truth.

    The US Federal Bureau of Investigation’s counter-terrorism chief, Dale Watson, says he thinks Osama bin Laden is “probably” dead. [BBC]

    Usama bin Laden has died a peaceful death due to an untreated lung complication, the Pakistan Observer reported, citing a Taliban leader who allegedly attended the funeral of the Al Qaeda leader. “The Coalition troops are engaged in a mad search operation but they would never be able to fulfill their cherished goal of getting Usama alive or dead,” the source said. [FOX News]

    Bin Laden’s voice was detected regularly until [14 December 2001] by intelligence operatives monitoring radio transmissions in Tora Bora, according to the Pentagon [details]. Since then, nothing has been heard from the al-Qa’eda leader and President Bush has hinted in private that bin Laden’s silence could mean he has been killed. [Telegraph, 12/28/2001]

    Israeli sources said Israel and the United States assess that Bin Laden probably died in the U.S. military campaign in Afghanistan in December. They said the emergence of new messages by Bin Laden are probably fabrications, Middle East Newsline reported. [World Tribune]

    Just a sampling of the many reports over the years. Bottom line the US built OBL he served his purpose both in life and death.
    The mighty Kenyan and the Navy seals did not take him out last year, as he was long since dead….wake up your being

  • June 21, 2012 at 3:14am

    “It’s just the irresponsibility of the Republicans. We want jobs. Why are they spending this time doing this?” Pelosi asked.
    Why, Nancy P., why are the Republicans spending time on this, you ask? I’ll give you three answers, although there are many more.
    1) Agent Brian Terry….ring a bell? His family and the American people want and deserve to know the full truth.
    2) Agent Jaime Zapata (see number one) Nancy
    3) Who else? How many others have died because this administration thought they could run guns to the Mexican cartels in an attempt to further infringe on LAW abiding Americans right to bear arms?
    I’d list more for ya Nancy, but I’m limited to 1500 characters, and quite frankly no more reason is needed.

    P.S. I pray for the day when Californians finally wake up and not only don’t re-elect you, but finally realize its time for a little prison stint for you as well as 95 percent of our federal administrators and legislatures. Dreaming I know, but hey dreams are good.
    P.S.S. I won’t be upset if you OD on botox, prior to my hopes of your constituents waking up and dealing with you. Have a wonderful time in Hades when you finally do arrive at your final destination.
    Hopefully its soon, because I can’t stomach much more of you!

  • April 25, 2012 at 9:11am

    The 3D targets are packed with tanerite, that’s why they explode. It’s completely legal to purchase and will explode when hit by a bullet.

  • January 25, 2012 at 11:27pm

    29 years? Man I gave up drinking, smoking and sex all at once…it was the most miserable 15 minutes of my life :-)

  • January 25, 2012 at 11:24pm

    Governor Brewer Just have Sheriff Joe deport the Kenyan….it will be one less problem we have to deal with.

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  • January 18, 2012 at 12:04pm

    Sorry Rigel, Marine25 is right.
    The establishment clause is what separates the church from the state.
    Historically the supreme court has upheld, religion has no place in public funded schools. Not allowing this prayer thingy is not violating anyone’s right to believe in whatever religion they want.
    But having it in a public schools is an endorsement of religion, and therefore a violation of the first amendment.

  • January 18, 2012 at 11:48am

    @thejerk. That’s easy, While it isn’t worded “separation of church and state” the first line of the 1st amendment dictates it.

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.
    (Then of course it continues) or prohibiting the free exercise thereof

    What does that mean?

    At an absolute minimum, the Establishment Clause was intended to prohibit the federal government from declaring and financially supporting a national religion.

    The supreme court has ruled repeatedly in favor of a separation of church and state. And of religion,clergy, and prayer in public schools as they are federally or state funded.

    In a letter to the church Jefferson wrote this,
    Believing with you that religion is a matter which lies solely between Man & his God, that he owes account to none other for his faith or his worship, that the legitimate powers of government reach actions only, & not opinions, I contemplate with sovereign reverence that act of the whole American people which declared that their legislature should “make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof,” thus building a wall of separation between Church & State.

    Religion has no place in public schools, that is why there are private schools. She took a stand on her beliefs that differ from yours, and you all got butt hurt, because once again a judge correctly upheld the constitution.

    You have the right to religion you don’t have the right to fo

  • January 17, 2012 at 12:00am

    What a POS you are Newt….I have been in the work force since 1987, I have multiple certifications in my blue collar field, not once my life have I had to draw unemployment, even though I and my employers paid into the unemployment insurance benefit, That is until 2008.

    I have sense then had to drew twice, currently drawing….going on 50 weeks this time. It barely covers my expenses *******, I have sent out more resumes and applied for more jobs many out of my field in the last 3 years than I had in my entire career before.

    I’m looking, I want a job, preferably one that pays on the lines of what I used to get before you ******** screwed it all up, but at least one that better pays my bills than my unemployment system that again mind you I payed into along with my employer, it’s kinda similar to Social Security.
    Yeah, I know there are entitlement minded welfare kings/queens out there….but buddy I’d go to jail for the opportunity to punch you in your wealth smug elitist mouth as your ilk is the reason I struggle to find employment.

    You think employers are gonna pay more on top of the already overwhelming and costly burden your ilk puts on them for additional training? No dumbass that will lead to more unemployment,
    I’m already trained, just need maybe I should go into a new occupation.

    maybe i should run for office….then I could get mad kickbacks from lobbyists while I say one thing and do another….plus I would get to make speeches belittling t

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  • January 16, 2012 at 9:36am

    Regdunlop Your either extremely ignorant of history, or paid to disagree not sure which and I don’t care.
    You say their are no conspiracies, well they happen Evey day. A conspiracy theory is when its believed a conspiracy has taken place but not proven, a conspiracy that is proven is just that a conspiracy.
    Here is just a short list of some that have been proven true, there are many more
    The gunpowder plot
    The business plot
    the July 20 plot
    Operation Ajax’s
    the Tuskegee experiment
    Project MKULTRA

    Here is a list of known proven false flags.

    Reichstag Fire
    USS Maine
    The gulf of Tonkin incident
    The USS Liberty,
    The Manchurian incident
    Fake invasion of Gleiwitz
    And there have been dozens and dozens more throughout history.

    Instead of making an ass out of yourself, maybe you ought to go to the library and read a few history books, or at least google something.

  • January 11, 2012 at 8:35pm

    Whirling Dervish this is from the 700+billion stimulus package that ya know was supposed to get America moving again, of course yeah we are moving….moving in the direction of a police state socialist nation.

    The bailouts were separate tax payer rape. But you are right this pales in comparison sum.

  • January 7, 2012 at 12:52pm

    SCOTTINWISCONSIN First oops sorry for the double post.

    Yup even a typical .50BMG load will drop 20 to 25 feet at 1000 yards from a 100 yard zero.
    So yup when I’m throwing lead on steel at 1000 yards I’m essentially shooting the bullet 30 feet in the air. So on the occasions I miss the steel the bullet strikes the ground right by it.

    More detail would help. But yea I assume he was at a higher elevation and launched those rounds over a hill or ridge.

  • January 7, 2012 at 12:04pm

    Not trying to be a jerk but you have it wrong.
    I shoot 1000 with .308 regularly let me explain it to you, cause you have it wrong.
    I’ll use data from my .308 I shoot hot fast 168SMK loads so my drop or MOA is actually less than many ,308 loads.
    From a 100 yard zero my bullet will drop by 4 feet around 475 yards that’s roughly 9 MOA

    1 moa is actually 1.047″ @ 100 yards. Yes some round down I don’t

    X MOA does not equal X inches as you state 45MOA=45inches

    It works like this at 600 yards my bullet drops is -86.4 so to convert that to MOA
    you take your range and multiply by 1,047
    Now you take the bullets drop and divide it by the 6.262
    86.4/6.282=13.75 that is the MOA

    At 1000 yards my hand load in .308 drops 364.5″ (30.3ft)
    so again yards times 1,047
    364.5/10.47=34.8 MOA

    Once you have your MOA you can then do one more equation to determine your elevation correction on your scope.
    I use mils more these days than MOA similar but different.

  • January 7, 2012 at 12:01pm

    Not trying to be a jerk but you have it wrong.
    I shoot 1000 with .308 regularly let me explain it to you, cause you have it wrong.
    I’ll use data from my .308 I shoot hot fast 168SMK loads so my drop or MOA is actually less than many ,308 loads.
    From a 100 yard zero my bullet will drop by 4 feet around 475 yards that’s roughly 9 MOA

    1 moa is actually 1.047″ @ 100 yards. Yes some round down I don’t

    X MOA does not equal X inches as you state 45MOA=45inches nope wrong, wish it was that simple but its not.

    It works like this at 600 yards my bullet drops is -86.4 so to convert that to MOA
    you take your range and multiply by 1,047
    Now you take the bullets drop and divide it by the 6.262
    86.4/6.282=13.75 that is the MOA

    At 1000 yards my hand load in .308 drops 364.5″ (30.3ft)
    so again yards times 1,047
    364.5/10.47=34.8 MOA

    Once you know your MOA you do one more equation to determine elevation correction.

    I use mils more these days than MOA similar but different.

  • January 5, 2012 at 12:44am

    Awe BOLZ rather than fall hook line and sinker for the NEOCON warmongering, big profits of of the war racket IMC, maybe learn a little history and also apply a little critical thought.

    1953 CIA coup DE ta to overthrow Iran’s government

    1979 didn’t intervene…allowed extremely anti American Ayatollah Khomeini to gain power

    1980 We convince Saddam Hussein to invade Iran on promises of Intel and weapons.
    (interesting side note Israel supported Iran with weapons, Intel, and air strikes on Iraq)

    1986 Iran-contra affair US sells weapons to Iran and uses the profits to aid the Contras in Nicaragua (another country we meddled with)

    1988 the United States launched Operation Praying Mantis against Iran, claiming that it was retaliation for the Iranian mining of areas of the Persian Gulf as part of the Iran-Iraq war

    1988 the U.S. Navy missile cruiser USS Vincennes shot down Iranian Airbus flight 655, which was on a scheduled commercial flight in Iranian airspace over the Strait of Hormuz. The attack killed 290 civilians from six nations, including 66 children. The story goes we mistook yhe Airbus for an F14 tomcat (we sold them F-14′s in the 70′s), yeah right the radar signatures are just so similar.

    1995 Clinton imposes a total embargo against Iran, Europe denounces it.
    2011/12 more embargoes imposed, navy playing cat and mouse with their navy tying to incite them.

    They don’t want war get it….but the elites of the NWO/IMC do…..So you on the side o

  • January 3, 2012 at 9:44pm

    kentuckypatriot Anyone who by lack of the ability of critical thought would have a child stolen from their parent when no crime was committed. These are the same people with the same thought process that would infringe on my 2nd amendment RIGHT with again no crime committed……

    Wait I take that back, there is a crime….it’s called infringing on another s freedom because you disagree with how they handle it.

    Holy crap, VAPOR TRAIL got a voucher for his 7 year old to take possession of a fully automatic machine gun……OMG take that child away…he is insane and an unfit father…..I disagree with him……the state must step in…..
    Lets ignore the fact no crime was committed, Lets ignore the fact that it doesn’t currently affect the 7 year old, it only comes into play when he/she reaches the age of consent.
    Lets ignore common sense, lets ignore reason….instead lets fully condemn the situation….cause some don’t agree….

  • January 3, 2012 at 9:28pm

    Swampy your angry….good I’m angry too. But your angry for all the wrong reasons.
    First let me tell you that MY freedoms do NOT end where YOURS begin….I paid my dues many times over!
    See I own ME..NOT YOU…NOT the government…..I OWN ME. I embrace freedom, I want freedom, I choose freedom, I took an oath to defend freedom…not just for me but for all.

    Your argument is exactly what I appose, you would put your will over my own! Your argument is no different than a gun grabbers argument, can’t have that gun “you’ll just shoot your eye out”
    Can’t control your own body, “you’ll regret it later”. Jeez you sound like my congress critter.

    I am as equally tired of paying for others….of course I mean welfare recipients, those that don’t make their own dissensions they have them made by politicians for them and reap the rewards of not being free, and responsible for their own lives and actions.
    So far I don’t believe I have had to pay for someone getting a tat removed because they regretted it.

    So Your angry at personal choice, which is a foundational principal of freedom….?? You’re right freedom does have a cost…..It requires a great deal of responsibility…..

    That responsibility can either be charged to an individual, or to a body of other to choose for them…personally I’ll take charge of myself…What would you choose?

    Oh and Swampy, your friend that you so knock for what he does….its your choice to remain friends.

  • January 3, 2012 at 8:32pm

    According to who? You?
    Got freedom (OF CHOICE)?
    Apparently not!

    Dictators love to dictate….and dictators love those that like to be dictated too….

    If I have a child this year I’m gonna name him/her Detroit paperboy… that OK with you?
    OR should I be shot in the face and kicked in the head?

    My Mom named me after a patron saint….should she be shot in the face and kicked in the head for that?

    I gotta come clean and admit…..I’m not a saint….

    Let me know in case I need to give you my Mom’s address so you can go shoot her in the face and then kick her in the head…..for naming me after something YOU don’t agree with.

    After all how DARE her…..

  • January 3, 2012 at 7:40pm

    I hate to see comments from people that think the government should kidnap children from their parents when no crime was committed.

    Not condoning the mothers obsession of defying nature, but no crime has taken place. Stating the child should be kidnapped is a statement against freedom.

    Can’t have both….either you have freedom, or the government controls everything….and you accept and even prefer that.

    What side of the fence are you on?

  • January 3, 2012 at 7:30pm

    Wow! People like you scare me more than my government. Your views are just as dangerous.
    They wish to dictate how I live my life, and take away my personal ability to make choices….seems you feel the same.

    Wow, really laws to protect people from choice? I think we already have an excess of that.
    Force the artist to have insurance for when I/other may or not change their mind? Really?
    Additive to the ink? Really?
    Jeez, first tat I got was in the Army, all my mates got one don’t regret it…..second tat I got was a redo of a tat my older brother had to memorialize him after his death… he got his in Nam….nope I don’t regret it.
    Third tat honored my marriage with my wife (her Idea) don’t regret that one either.
    Fourth tat, memorializes her departure from my life and this world…..don’t regret it.
    Fifth tat…..a personal reminder in code to myself, to live live with honor, courage, and integrity while accepting that fate is not of my control….again I don’t regret it.
    A few more as well that I don’t regret.
    Next tat I get might just be to spite those such as yourself that judge others and fail to understand what freedom is….hint a key component is free choice to do what you want so long as it doesn’t harm another.
    I own me…You don’t, I can and will do as I wish with my body….that is what freedom is about.

    Don’t judge unless ye be willing to be judged.

    Oh, and after the Army I became an HVAC tech, 28 years later never once has my ink he