User Profile: VRW Conspirator

VRW Conspirator

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  • [1] July 31, 2014 at 10:31pm

    The USA does not want the caliphate to happen but certain members of both political camps do. They are the progressives and they believe the jihadis can be used to their ends of a world Marxist utopia. The Fabian socialist belief that they need to burn the world and heat it up to then mold it to their image.
    Don’t condemn the USA. Speak specifically about those groups. Not all democrats. Not all republicans. Not all citizens or government employees and officials. Generalizations speak to ignorance of the problem and make you part of the problem.
    The leaders of the parties and many of the power brokers on Wall Street want this. The “establishment” parts of the politic system want this.
    Glenn and others have been calling this end game for years. He is not a neocon or a warmonger nor did the US bring this on itself because of Iraq. This was started nearly 40 years ago with the overthrow of the shaw in Iran. Before that there were the conflicts with Israel after her reestablishment in 1948.

    The radicals, just like the progressive radicals here, have been working to this end game for decades and 90% of us have been blind to it and many still are. Trying to point this to bush or Iraq and WMDs is a wack job conspiracy. If you actually listen and read the reports from the field you would know that we did find stockpiles of WMD and the means to create more, labs and precursors. They might have been old or buried but they could still have killed 10′s of 1000′s.

  • [10] July 28, 2014 at 10:45am

    Sorry…if it was a LEGAL event…Police should have been there already to block the intersections…if it was NOT a legal event…DRIVE through the F’ers and teach them to stay the F out of the road!!!

    Children and babies in strollers…WTF….what IDIOT would do that at a Comic-con event…you don’t take you baby and child to a Comic-con event…it is for older teens, college students, and life time reader…not F’ing FAN BOYS!! Did you see the picture of the FAT KID with the toy AR-15.. probably his Zombie Killing gun his mommy and daddy bought him.. (2nd to top photo)

    And the driver and his FAMILY were deaf..which means yelling at them would frighten them…as the story states..and pounding and hitting the car…punching the windows…breaking the windshield…sitting on the car…hell, the guy should have gotten out and BEAT the A-hole that did that…

    Someone on this STUPID event should have held up their hand…told the crowd to STOP walking for 30 seconds…let all the cars cross…and then start walking again.. USE YOUR BRAINS you A-holes…next time you might get a big truck blazing through you at posted speeds and then you will see TRUE carnage…IDIOTS…

  • [5] July 28, 2014 at 10:38am

    I haven’t been to a Comic-con in about 17 years because of that. But back then we didn’t call them “cool kids”, we called them what they are FAN BOYS… FAKE Fans that simply wish to buy up the “newest” collectible, never ready or enjoy it, store it away, and watch the trade mags to see how much it goes up in value. I have a collection valued in the 10′s of 1000′s..if they were UNREAD and sealed up…probably worth closer to 50-100K… but I only bought the books I wanted to READ and the items I wanted to display or use or play with.
    We made fun of Fan Boys 25 years ago, now they are made fun of in stupid cartoons “Fan Boy and Chum Chum”, “Mighty Med”, and many others..
    Comic-cons are a joke now..
    All over priced mass media crap..even the local Comic Book Store has less and less comics and more and more collectibles (action figures and toys) and video game crap, even though the Comic book store was always a good place to find Anime – usually the ONLY place. Now stores carry Anime and act like they know what it is…
    Always funny to see a large chain store with Anime on its shelves, Best Buy or Fry’s, and sitting next to the little kiddie anime shows you see on Nick and Disney, you have Hentai (Anime porn) and R/NC-17 rated Anime with extreme violence, blood, and gore, nudity and adult themes…

    Stupid FAN BOYS!!!

  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 9:59am

    Funny…the thing that most people whine and cry about the most… Energy and Fuel…have the LOWEST profit margins of all consumable goods in our daily lives.
    Your local Gas Station makes at MOST $0.015 per gallon they sell. They keep the doors open with the convenient store attached to the station
    Oil Companies and Energy Companies in general, make a 3-5% profit margin after overhead, taxes, regulator fees, and everything else they have to deal with in getting the material from the ground to your home.
    Restaurants are the same way…paying “Minimum Wage” to their staff is a stretch for most of them, even Fast Food places. That is why all this “Liveable Minimum Wage” crap is a joke. It really is a back door way to KILL the Fast Food industry, thus slaying the paper tiger of American Obesity and making all the “health food” advocates get warm fuzzies about their efforts.
    $100 or $190 per pair for REAL denim (that Chinese crap Levi uses now it just that CRAP) is still about twice what they should cost. The BEST denim (old Levi manufacturing pre- 1980) with the BEST handmade sewing only cost about $30-40 to product from Field to Finished Product. Advertising would double that and then another 30% for Store overhead is why you pay $100 or more per pair.
    The MarketPlace shouldn’t have that overhead or advertising so the jeans should be about $50 to give the manufacturer a reasonable profit of about 15-20%, Even $60 would be okay.

  • [3] July 28, 2014 at 9:47am

    yeah…you guys are all right…paying a little more for a USA company that makes EVERY piece of their good in the USA is not a problem…
    lets also keep some perspective in general on nearly everything that you buy…

    Jewelery usually has a 50-100% mark up..if you know the right places to go, you can get gems and precious metals straight from the importers, same quality if not better and same certifications. My wife’s diamond in her engagement ring was appraised at over twice what I paid for it…more than the whole ring cost actually
    Furniture is pretty much the same as Jewelery. They both have HUGE profit margins and it is not just because of the materials or craftsmanship but because they can and consumers are generally uninformed.
    Cosmetics – for the lady in your life or daughters or maybe you…no judgement here…30-50% mark up and they ALL use the same process and there are really only 5 or 6 manufacturers, they just put different markings and packaging for each of the Retailers out there, maybe change the color shades a little here or there.
    Shoes – a pair of Air Jordan’s that sells for nearly $200 costs about $20 per pair to make, materials and labor. 50% of the cost is advertising, marketing, and paying endorsement rights. Clothing in general follows this rule. Major chain stores, Macy’s, JC Penny, Sears, Target, Dillards…all of them will mark up a product from their manufacturer/distributor by 30-50%, but make 5-6% profit after overhead.

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  • [13] July 21, 2014 at 8:34pm

    Um, 50 CAL. There is nothing they have to stop that. No body armor will. Nothing short of an MRAP or Bradley will. Someone fires a Barrett at you, you scatter and take cover in a ditch. A tree won’t help but slow the round down as it cuts the tree in half.
    Now. Once the people hit our side, if you could get them, do it. If the rounds were still coming, then you open fire on those coming to our side and make sure they don’t get away but buried.
    We need some QRT guys that can use copter mounted snipers with thermals.
    A good 338 Lapua can go a good mile on target. Let the Mexs raise hell. Show the video of the Barrett rounds and give them the finger and tell them more dead invaders will follow.

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  • [37] July 21, 2014 at 8:24pm

    NSA knows who they are. And Lerner was using that data for the IRS just like the Clinton’s did and Obama does now. Bush probably did as well but at least we didn’t have reporters against Bush being wiretapped and their email and records openly stolen. Bush also didn’t use the IRS openly as a political bulldog to attack those against him. For all his faults, he at least let his detractors talk, write, and protest freely. A progressive light but not a Constitution destroyer. Okay. The NDAA and Patriot Acts walked the line on the wrong at times but the terrorists really were running for cover and we were actually stabilizing the Middle East. Even China and Russia kept a lid on it. Now we have outright lawlessness across the globe but Reid and Pelosi and Obama think all is safe and secure and rosey and we are
    Loved around the world. Morons.

  • [8] July 21, 2014 at 8:14pm

    Thing is Texas has about 40000 National Guard and about 20000 Texas State Guard.
    Perry has been using the Air guard component since 2005 to do recon, drone flights, and heli-surveillance with the Bordee Patrol QRT’s. That is the $1.6 million he was talking about. About 5000 personnel off and on.
    But remember Guardsmen are not full timers. They show up for their week or month and then rotate out. So this NEW 1000 will be again rotating in and out as well. Overall, there will be 1000 new boots on the ground and that is a good thing but without the ability to fire first, at least over their heads, still only about 1 in 5 will be caught.

    Texas has 1200 miles of southern border lands to patrol. Much of it hostile to vehicle and foot traffic. 1 man per mile is not enough. We need 10 or 100 per mile to truly get 75-85% containment.

  • July 1, 2014 at 3:19pm

    Wasn’t her law license revoked as well? Wow. I just thought about that.
    Last Dem Pres. Both him and his wife lawyers. Both had licenses revoked due to legal issues like fraud, Congressional Censure, and other problems.
    Current Dem Pres and his wife both no longer have their law licenses.
    WTF are we the people thinking continuing to elect anyone that is/was a lawyer especially if them and their spouse are both lawyers??
    Why are 80% of politicians lawyers??
    Not like there is a shortage of ambulances to chase.

  • [1] July 1, 2014 at 3:07pm

    Yeah but she goes to Texas Tech. Come on girl. What is with that. It is all about A&M or TCU.
    I don’t know. She seems like a spoiled rich TX princess from Southlake or some other Fort Worth suburb.
    But she can shoot bow and gun at least.

  • [1] July 1, 2014 at 11:12am

    This is the true problem. Not you ginger. Just in general.
    We all think this is only a problem with some other state but it is in EVERY state.
    Check out you local news and state news. This is happening everywhere.

  • [2] July 1, 2014 at 11:06am

    To Blazers everywhere
    I understand the need to bash CA. Trust me. Born and raised there. Only left 3 years ago for TX.
    If not for the liberal metro areas that have only been that way the last 50 years – all the hippies and illegals are at fault for that – the state would be heaven on earth. Snow, surf, sun all within hours of each other. Any outdoor recreation you want. Wildlife and natural resources unlike any other state and most other countries. Farmland/ranch lands that used to feed 25% of this nation and still export around the world.
    CA politically has been moderate – 50/50 split truly for 100 years. It has tipped blue since the 60′s due to immigration -legal or not. Periods of both parties in majority – last 25 have just not only been Dem but outright Marxist.
    So yeah. CA like NY and NJ and many other states with large cities have become havens for liberalism and commies in that time period. But stop bashing the state and her people.
    It is a government problem just like nationally. None of us would appreciate people in another nation bashing the USA based on our national elected officials and what they do. So why do we do it with our brothers and sisters in other states? Who are still American for the most part.
    Why not lovingly engage them and find those that agree with us 75-80% and work with them to expel the Commie/Prog A-holes from the USA or at least take back the media, schools, and gov from them.

  • July 1, 2014 at 10:36am

    Isn’t just CA with rental/occupant laws like that. Everywhere I know of is that way. Been in CA and TX. Same way here as there.

  • [2] July 1, 2014 at 10:34am

    If you try to do anything by force or threat of force or at gunpoint, YOU would be subject to criminal prosecution.
    Trust me. Been through this and thought the same things. Wanted to physically toss the person out but police told us we could be charged if there is any contact. If the person sits in their room and refuses to leave, they can even call the cops on you if YOU don’t get out of their room or if you verbally berate them.
    What they are doing is seen as a civil matter but any threat or force to remove them is a criminal matter.
    ACORN and other organizations teach people how to use the real estate laws like this. The owner/mortgage holder/bank has the burden legally to follow the eviction process. The squatter/renter/non-payer is free and clear.

    There are entire groups now that do this for their residence. They use the squatter laws to basically take over a building or home, change locks, set up shop, and use the facility free- they only need to turn on the utilities in their names for a month to “establish” residence and then the owner is screwed.
    If you have rental property that is vacate or any property/structure like a barn, pay close attention to who/what is in it. Once that 30 days is up, the law sees you as the one that must establish ownership – the old Possession is 9/10 of the law rule.
    Right and Wrong have nothing to do with it.

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  • [3] July 1, 2014 at 10:14am

    Nope. Not just in CA. Posted down below to Foo. Same laws apply in TX and everywhere else I know of.
    She is technically a “tenant” and real estate law requires the owner provide a 30 day notice to leave and then if the tenant refuses to leave, eviction proceedings take roughly 90 days.
    So you can basically live off and use the residence for 120 days FREE. The owner then needs to sue in civil court to recoup costs.
    This is why I have NO pity for people that are behind on their mortgage. I went through a modification program in 2009-2010. I worked with the bank to redo my mortgage so I could keep my house and I have paid back all the late payments but it took 6 months.
    Many other people into neighborhood simply walked away. We had 12 homes on our cul-de-sac but nearly 20 residents in a 2 year period. Some houses sat empty for upto 4-6 months during that time as well. Some were bought and a year later back on the market.

    People were amazed we stayed and worked with the bank. It was common knowledge that you could stay in a home for 6-12 months FREE before foreclosure and eviction finally ran its course and then people left and took all the appliances, light fixtures, windows, and trashed what was left with NO repercussions.
    Then ACORD was telling some how to break back in after eviction and squat.
    The real estate laws are totally against the owner- be it bank or citizen – and for the occupant.

  • July 1, 2014 at 9:59am

    Foo. Don’t blame CA for this. I have lived in CA and TX and the laws are the same. If someone uses your address for more than 30 says as their mailing address, they are deemed a tenant under real estate laws. Even if she was an employee or a renter, the laws treat it the same.
    If she refuses to leave, after being fired or failing to pay rent, the LEO’s will say it is a civil matter and YOU have to go to court and pay the costs to have them evicted which takes up to 90 days. During that time, you STILL have to provide basic services to the person at no cost and then try and sue them for the costs after they finally are evicted.
    YES they are in your home illegally.
    YES they can damage the home with impunity.
    YES they can torment you and be verbally abusive.
    The police will just tell you to follow the eviction process.
    Frankly – I think a would physically throw her arse out the door or at gun point – just like I would to any home invader but then I would probably be in jail. If she goes out of the house they could change the locks but if she doesn’t leave, they are screwed.
    My wife and I went through this with an adult child of ours that refused to help out, stopped paying her bills and rent that was agreed, and constantly verbally abused and disrespected my wife. As an adult in the house the LEO’s said we had to evict her just as any other tenant had to be.
    I wanted to beat her arse but we were told that would be assault.

  • [17] June 30, 2014 at 11:04am

    It was a 5-4 decision. They aren’t waking up. This is still party line politics. If it had been a 7-2 decision or a unanimous THEN they would be waking up to the lawlessness spreading throughout the DC area.
    Four of these morons still believe “if the government passes a law saying so or the Preaident makes an EO saying so or after a law is passed some bureaucrat makes a regulation saying so based on a law” then WE the People MUST comply and bow down.
    The SCOTUS was created for ONE and only one reason – to PROTECT the Constitution. NOT to bow to public pressure or “legacy” or opinion. NOT to goose step to the Executive – like FDR wanted. NOT to follow the will of the people – that is the House – or the will of the States – that is the Senate.

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  • [2] June 16, 2014 at 10:49am

    Are you SERIOUS?? You are INVITING a Military Coup into the USA?? Are you looking to totally make us a 3rd world banana republic with a Dictator for Life strong man??
    What is to stop the very same military commander that you want to see rise up and do this from turning all those willing to follow against the rest of the States and country?
    Have you READ “Philip Dru – Administrator” that is the ENTIRE premise of the book, as boring and coma inducing as it is. Dru “rises up” because the government has become corrupt and blatantly so. He and his backers use his fame and military associations to split the armed forces, gather those of the same mind or manipulated into it, and then storm armories and seats of government, killing 10′s of 1000′s until the other side relents.
    Dru then places himself “temporarily” in charge, makes a new constitution of his own design, and then “allows” elections of people and appoints judges loyal to his viewpoint – creating a permanent working class and ruling class. His temporary “Administrator” status lasts of decades before he decides to “retire” with his love with all the wealth and power needed to live out a long happy life.

    Watch the movie “The Siege” with Bruce Willis and Denvel Washington.. As the General, Willis stresses OVER AND OVER “You do not want the US Military deployed on domestic soil.”
    You claim to follow the Constitution, which places the Military UNDER the Civilian but want this?? WHAT!!!

  • [5] June 12, 2014 at 10:57am

    Total crap…this says that MN and WI are both higher than TX or CA where I was born. Must have been done by the Progressive Teacher Unions.
    And there are/were lots of intelligent people in CA…but most of us left for freer pastures in the last decade or so…
    And IL…where Obama lived…WHAT…has to be the stupidest state in the Union…they have had criminals and mob style officials for 60 years and still think the rest of us are the problem…WHAT….

  • [1] June 9, 2014 at 9:49am

    we can go really far back guys….
    So Cal – 1992 – Gas $0.85 Oil barrel $30
    So Cal – 2000 – Gas $1.85 Oil barrel $30 approx
    So Cal – 2007 – Gas $2.25 Oil barrel $60.00
    So Cal – 2008 – Gas $4.25 Oil barrel $145.00 this is the historical High Point of all time
    So Cal – 2011 – Gas $2.80-3.00 always in flux Oil Barrel $75
    DFW TX – 2011-2014 – Gas $3.00-3.50 Oil Barrel $90-120

    the thing that really gets me is that the historical averages say that you get a $0.15 increase in gas for about every $10 in Oil barrel prices..and those changes happen OVER NIGHT even though Oil barrels are bought on the Futures Market and are buying barrels that aren’t even out of the ground yet, in fact they won’t be for 3-6 months usually.
    Now when there is a REDUCTION in oil barrel prices, there is a lag of 1-2 weeks in gas prices. They wait to see if the reduction will stick or is just a momentary thing but they NEVER think of the increases in the same way.
    After 2008, oil prices fell back down to the $40-50 mark but the price of gas did not get anywhere near the 2007 price of $2.25. It stayed around $3.00 and people were happy about it because it was a 25% decrease and nobody even watched the 65% decrease in oil.
    It is the Overton Window affect. Gas should be in the high $2 range but it sits $0.25-0.50 cents higher because they can and even at that inflated price, Oil Companies only make a 8-12% profit after all cost/taxes/fees.

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