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VRW Conspirator

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  • September 18, 2014 at 9:03pm

    White privilege and income inequality between races. Race and class warfare man. Didn’t you get the memo. All about that white privilege.

  • September 18, 2014 at 9:00pm

    Brigott
    Isn’t that Ron Paul’s foreign policy? Or was that Obama’s? Oh never mind. Same thing.

  • September 18, 2014 at 8:40pm

    I never really cared about baseball that much. Went to games because my mom loved the dodgers and liked to sit and watch and eat hotdogs at the stadium. Really never liked the Yankees. But save from a few stupid things off the field – nobody is perfect – Jeter has been a class act. Like a Bird or Magic in basketball, a great ambassador of the game.
    This farewell season to what will probably be a first ballot Hall of Famer showed his class. At every field they honored him and even the fans from the opposing team showed him love.
    I wish I had gone to a Yankees Rangers game just to see him play.

  • [4] September 18, 2014 at 10:53am

    okay all muscle no brain…here you go…

    http://freakonomics.com/2012/02/16/how-biased-is-your-media/

    18 of the top 20 media outlets rank a 50 or higher on the slant scale… 100 is fully liberal, 0 is fully conservative….

    more for you from print media… ownership by a conservative does not mean conservative in print…

    http://articles.baltimoresun.com/2013-03-18/news/bs-ed-liberal-bias-20130315_1_liberal-bias-mainstream-media-left-wing-bias

    http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/Media-Bias-Is-Real-Finds-UCLA-6664

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2011/08/01/study-all-major-news-outlets-have-left-leaning-bias-that-distorts-minds/

    http://www.westernjournalism.com/top-50-examples-liberal-media-bias/

    http://mediatrackers.org/national/2014/08/05/cnn-huffpo-reuters-contributors-reporters-part-leftwing-network

    So is that enough…those were all from the FIRST PAGE of search results…
    YOU DOLT….stop working out on your steroids and try using your brain more and educate yourself…

  • [8] September 17, 2014 at 5:23pm

    Mine are 9 and 11 now…they used to go to the park with friends and play a block from our house when they were 7 and 9….I could walk outside and see to the park and be there in less than 60 seconds if I wanted too…
    Now they ride bikes to a park 1/8 of a mile away with out a problem and my son, 11, rides over a mile to Middle School, sometimes with friends, sometimes alone.
    And yes we are in Texas
    And if there ever was trouble, in Texas I know that when I hunt down the ***** that touches my kids and put him/her 6 ft under, the jury will find me Not Guilty…

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  • [-1] September 17, 2014 at 4:21pm

    Yeap..
    how about just having the officer come out after the accident, hopefully with no fatalities, and interview the people…
    if person A was texting or on the phone or reading a book or using any other app on their phone..doing their make up ladies or hair…even if they were thought to be not initially at fault…BOOM…IMMEDIATELY fully at fault or shared fault for insurance purposes and liability…

    that is how the system should happen…then the insurance company can cancel them or charge them more or whatever other penalty the can think of and put into writing when you sign up with them…. MARKET BASED solutions….

    people that don’t do these things or at least don’t cause accidents when they do, don’t suffer any penalty…. EASY solution…

  • [3] September 17, 2014 at 4:11pm

    Best think I have seen are the new cars that allow parents to control this of their own free will…
    the car will block all cell frequencies…so no calls or texting…and the parent can set the car profile for their children, themselves, or everyone in the vehicle.
    some cell companies offer the same service where the GPS and accelerometer in the phone will detect how fast you are moving and if you exceed a set limit, the phone is disabled..again, the primary account holder and set which phones on the account are subject to this restriction….

    we don’t need Big Brother…we already have the technology if we wanted to use it…making it mandatory will just piss people off and create a market for people finding ways to break it, block it, or work around it….

  • [2] September 17, 2014 at 4:07pm

    all the new phones and new cars have the ability to at least bluetooth if not fully integrate the phone into the radio system…
    with the new Apple Play the Iphone will fully integrate over bluetooth to include any app that is “auto enabled”, like your GPS, Text, Phone, Music, compass, and a host of others under development…
    you will be able to voice control the phone, make calls and texts, read emails or have the Siri read them to you over the car speakers actually…
    Voice to Text solved this years ago but the average “text while driving” person is too stupid to use it on their phone…

    just the other day I saw yet another person with a Phablet..those 5.5-7 inch screen things…with the thing wedged into the steering wheel and they were reading emails and texts and a book I think…thinking that if it was directly in front of them it was somehow better I guess…wasn’t the first time I have seen this either….

    not to be mean, I have used my GPS and other phone features while driving… but sometimes people take it to the extreme…when the light turns green and you can see them still typing, even after you honk…they have an issue…when you can drive next to them for 10 minutes and they never look out the front window… problem…same with people that refuse to use a headset and have the phone pinned to the side of their head…
    of course all these people are also driving 10 MPH under the limit…morons..

  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 3:55pm

    Chinamen, Japanese men, Korean men, Vietnamese man…etc…yeah…women and children too…

  • September 17, 2014 at 3:54pm

    Doesn’t the Orient Express still travel from Paris to Hong Kong?? I always thought of Orient and oriental as meaning more of a “mysterious culture whitey didn’t understand”.
    After all, look at the women…by and large…WOW…

  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 3:52pm

    “Nuns on a Bus”???

    Since when did the RCC start shipping nuns around on buses?? Don’t they normally live in a Nunery?? or on Church grounds?

    Or are these those supposedly “enlightened” Sisters that have been officially disowned by the Church for their overt support of abortion, gay marriage, priest marriage, and women in the priesthood. They also tended to be very much into social justice and marxism.

    Don’t get me wrong, I think a priest should be able to marry. They were up until the 1400′s but the Cardinals and Bishops were marrying their children to the noble and royal children to build political power empires. The Pope of the time, forgot whom, in order to regain control, banned priests from marrying any longer, banned the sale of “indulgences” for sins, and booted many Cardinals and Bishops to the curb because of their amoral/unethical/criminal behaviors.

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  • [1] September 17, 2014 at 3:28pm

    ARGH….stupid Firefox still won’t see comments…need to use the EVIL Google Chrome product or a version of IE with no security turned on…stupid Blaze site and Ghostery don’t like each other….GRRRR

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  • September 16, 2014 at 5:15pm

    thanks Monk…
    I have the Google Analytic done…
    have been searching one by one for the other…
    thought it might be the Sailthru Horizons but couldn’t confirm…would work for a while and then stop again….

  • September 16, 2014 at 4:41pm

    Yeah Gotz..
    I have tried turning off NoScript, Ghostery, Adblock, and DNT and even with them off, the same crap happens….
    tried them one at a time…same crap..
    tried going through and allowing individual trackers and scripts… same thing..
    getting really annoying….
    have to use IE on a clean install to post…

  • September 16, 2014 at 3:51pm

    Hey Monk
    You know anything about why the only way I can See and Post Comments is on a version of IE with ZERO security features turned on… both my Firefox and Chrome with Ghostery, Adblock Plus, NO Script, and Do Not Track will only display the Comment section about 25% of the time.
    Blaze staff say that it is an “adblocker” problem…but even if I allow theblaze.com nothing works…even if I turn them ALL off completely and reload the web browser.. NOTHING works more than a quarter of the time… this S U C K S man….

    oh..but my Safari on the Iphone works too but nothing there to stop things either…this is getting REALLY dumb Blaze…

  • September 16, 2014 at 12:47pm

    Actually, Fiat was going to bail on the Chrysler deal and had Dailmer Benz freaking out as Chrysler went belly up….Benz was just going to scrap it and part it out to whoever would pay….
    Obama stepped in and literally blackmailed Fiat into not just continuing the buyout from Benz but for the pre-crash market price, causing Fiat to pay nearly 4 times what the company was worth at the time of purchase just so the union flunkies could keep and fund their pensions and pay raises.
    check it out…this alone should have been enough to send Obama to Leavenworth for life..
    Obama had Fiat’s application to sell the 500 in the US pulled and blocked unless Fiat agreed to continue the Chrysler deal…once they agreed to the blackmail, the 500 was fast tracked for import and Fiat was given their guaranteed foothold into the US markets because all Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep locations could then sell the 500 as a domestic brand, no tariffs or import fees…
    TOTAL blackmail by Obama…directly…he was in those meetings with the automakers…him and Holder and Geithner…they first grabbed all the bankers by the balls and made them buy up the banks that were failing (decreasing competition and increasing control) and then tried the same with the Big 3.. Ford was the only one to get out with their soul.
    And look what happened right after with all the lawsuits about Ford & Toyota cars.. anyone hear about that now?? NO?? Why…because GM is stable…unions have been paid.

  • September 16, 2014 at 12:37pm

    hey…Government Motors…enough said!!
    don’t care how good their crap is or how much i love the Stingray…will NEVER buy a GM brand, new anyway….give me the chance for a 63 split window with the 327 HO making 369 HP and we are good to go…well that and the 300K it would cost anyway.. LOL…
    but yeah… GOVERNMENT MOTORS!!!….

    and yes the Ford family does lean left today..but they didn’t always.. Henry was a weird one…tossing in early 1900′s Progressive ideas here and there, like a minimum wage (granted he looked at it as “pay them higher wages so they stick around and lower my turn over and training of new people” but he did advocate for it)..the real LEFTIE Aholes are the Ford Foundation…once the family lost control the Progressives cannibalized it and turned it into their own slush fund…same with the Carnegie and Rockefeller foundations…..

    amazing how the people that always BIOTCH about capitalism and millionaires being evil GLADLY take over the philanthropic foundations those EVIL capitalists set up to help people and turn them into nothing more than slush funds to get their ***** buddies elected to office and buy off anyone and anything that might stop their consolidation of power…

    guess that is what you get…a bunch of hypocritical **** Monkies!! when they think they know so much more than the rest of us and must govern and control our lives because we are too dumb to do it… gawd, I wanna CULL the Herd so badly…grrr

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 5:36pm

    I don’t know where to start, you leave so many openings.
    So we will start with a little history….
    J.R.R. Tolkien was an ADAMANT Catholic. He was faithful his entire life, going to church many times a week. He was ridiculed and maligned by his fellow faculty at length for his Faith but never waivered.
    On one occasion as they all picked fun at his expense, a newer faculty and devote atheist and evolution believer named C.S. Lewis was at the table berating the old man for his belief in a god and Jesus Christ. So Tolkien simply offered him a challenge, “prove me wrong.” The young atheist took him up on his challenge and not being religious, torn into the Bible with the guise of showing the older man, whose work he admired, the error of his ways.
    C.S. Lewis worked tirelessly in his quest. Repeatedly meeting with Tolkien to discuss what Lewis saw as errors in Tolkiens reasoning about there being a God. Each time Tolkien listened and would just offer one more “what if” type scenario which would set Lewis off on another furious search for information. After months and years of back and forth, Lewis one day finally asked the aged Tolkien about his Hobbit and Rings series.
    Were they about Christianity and the Bible?
    Of course, how could they not be.
    And that completed the atheist’s move to being the greatest Christian apologest of the 20th Century and gave us his telling of the Bible, the Chronicles of Narnia.

  • [2] September 15, 2014 at 5:18pm

    Now about the Exodus…again…”history” is written by and at the behest of the king…
    We already know that entire Pharoah lines were stricken from the Record of Kings and all knowledge of them purged from society. It is why scientists believe that King Tut was so well preserved and his tomb untouched. Since there was no record of him, people forgot the location of his tomb and just left it alone.
    Now there are several archaeologists out there that are working on Sodom and Gamora, Noah’s Ark, and even searching the Red Sea for signs of the “Parting”. They are not trying to “prove” or “disprove” the Bible with their studies but actually just filling in holes to human history.
    More than a few scientific discoveries point to a deluge in the Med that could have been taken as a “flood of the world.” There are more than a few scientific models and computer simulations that have proven that a Red Sea “parting” could have been due to siesmic activity, storm surges and hurricane style winds in the Med, or even tsunami activity in the Med.

    Now we won’t talk about “evolutionary dead ends” because that might actually make your biased world view shatter.
    After all, the Background Radiation – the main “evidence” of the Big Bang, thought to be constant – was just proven to not be, opps, do you welcome that “new knowledge.” Or how about the “gaps” in the fossil record? What about the complete lack of ongoing “evolution” of chimp to Man?

  • [1] September 15, 2014 at 5:04pm

    While you are right that none of the Bible was written down during the life of Jesus…your entire premise is based on a blatant misrepresentation of the facts and the Truth.
    Nobody had to write it down, they assumed he was coming to free Israel from Rome. It wasn’t until near the end that they figured out, well actually not until AFTER the end, that Jesus was talking of a Heavenly Kingdom. And the tradition of the people, nearly all people of that time, was oral storytelling to pass down information. The fact that the Books of Moses were written down at all is HUGE. History was only written in those times at behest of the king and usually to glorify the king, which means it was skewed and biased to begin with.
    We do have all the letters of Paul, which were written within 30 years of the death of Christ. We also have the first copies of the Gospel of Mark within 40 years. All four Gospels were written by/within the lifespans of the Disciples of Christ, save Luke who was an ACTUAL historian and converted due to direct contact with the Disciples. Some say that Mark was actually the Attendent to Peter and the Gospel of Mark is actually dictated by Peter from his firsthand account to Mark while Peter lay dying in a Roman jail.
    So your entire last paragraph is false. And since 95% of Mark is in Matthew and Luke, they obviously had Mark by the time they were written, about 90-100 AD.
    Even items like the Gospel of Thomas is dated to the early 100′s.

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