User Profile: WhereDidMyCountryGo


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  • September 16, 2014 at 6:15pm

    Hey kid, I just wanted to say thank you by offering you a tasty beverage with your name on it.
    Kid: Wow thank you, is it pepsi.
    Guy: No its a Coke.
    Kid:: Oh….. thanks.

  • [3] September 16, 2014 at 2:34am

    Use the Rod and your kid will be nice, lose the rod and your kid will be Ray Rice. The only way this is Child abuse is if the kid did nothing wrong. But since it seems that the kid was acting up, dad wanted to teach him a lesson. Good for you dad, if you love your kids, some times you got to beat em a bit.

  • September 13, 2014 at 3:20pm

    My great Grandfather Adolf (No not Hitler.), Born 1899 in Minnesota, probably didn’t go around complaining about his name. Though, that side of the family did stop using German names after him.

  • [2] September 12, 2014 at 11:47pm

    How much you want to bet that the kid will never make that particular mistake again.

  • [8] September 12, 2014 at 11:44pm

    Dear Dad,
    I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you. Growing up, I never went without a meal. I never didn’t have a roof over my head. I know what you sacrificed to make sure we had everything we needed. I understand why you took that seasonal job at Wal mart just to make extra cash so we could have Christmas presents. I remember being disappointed as a child that you couldn’t make it to many of my basketball games. I never realized it until years later that you were taking extra work so that you could pay for me to play in those leagues, and have shoes. So while I played, you worked. Dad, I’m thankful you taught me to enjoy the simple things in life. I’m thankful for all the times you woke me up at 5 am to help you with home improvement projects, even though I hated it at the time, What you taught me has allowed me to do more for myself than many people my age. And dad, thank you for the whooping, beatings, spankings, smacks, slaps, pushes and switches I got. Like the time when I was 5 and mom said I couldn’t stay up to watch TV, and I knocked down the Christmas tree in protest. I ended up staying up all night that night, because my backside was so red I couldn’t lay on it. I can honestly say thank you for all those beatings because I might have gone through life thinking that it was okay to act like an idiot. So thank you dad.

    P.S. Dad, one more thing. I was the one that dented the back of your truck when I was 17. My bad Pops.

  • [9] September 12, 2014 at 11:14pm

    Something about this story smells to me. I can almost imagine a scenario where she is talking to her boss about whats going on in her life. She says that she will need a lot of time off to pursue treatment. After much discussion, the boss and the woman come to a conclusion that will allow her to collect unemployment benefits rather than only collect a paycheck for the few days she is able to go in. So they lay her off without cause so that she will be able to collect unemployment. He writes a letter that will have to be shown to the unemployment office verifying that she wasn’t fired but layed off, thus allowing her to collect unemployment. However, her friends, who appear to be spearheading this thing spin it, print it, and post it. They make it appear that she is the victim of an evil boss, and are hoping that in some way there can be a monetary gain in court. Meanwhile, a boss who was trying to do her a favor by seeing to it she has money coming in, without her having to worry about working on the few days she might actually feel better, feel blindsided by whats going on.

    Then again, the boss could be a complete son of a _______ and only care about his almighty dollar.
    Sad thing is, with all the stories that come out that turn out to be false, until you get the other side, I try and reserve judgment. But regardless of what happened, may God Bless her with a speedy recovery.

  • [44] September 11, 2014 at 3:46pm

    complete and total brain loss.

  • [2] September 11, 2014 at 2:02pm

    Scientific proof of something every kid with a magnifine glass and an ant hill already knew.

  • September 11, 2014 at 6:37am

    Work together doing what exactly? Your being rather vague. Do you have a specific idea in how we work together? Saying, “Lets work together” is nothing more than a platitude when you don’t offer specific reasoning or strategy. Do you want me to stand with Obama as he offers arms to those who want to fight ISIS? That sounds great on paper, until you realize we’ve previously armed almost all our current enemies when they used to fight our former enemies. So No, I’ll pass on standing together to arm people who will hate us next year. I’d like you however to stand with me on something. Stand with me on Caps lock. When all your letters are being typed in capitals, stand with me and give that little button a press.

  • [4] September 11, 2014 at 1:17am

    Can we please stop arming the people who turn to fight against us after we have defeated our common enemy. “The enemy of my enemy is my friend” until your common enemy is dead. We’ve tried this already. We funded and armed Bin Laden to fight the Russians. We funded ISIS last year when we thought we should help overthrow Assad of Syria. We funded the “rebels” in Libya to overthrow Qaddafi. Why does the US helping other nations always mean we have to give our future enemies weapons first. We need to do something. We need to do it now. So I propose a strategy that will angry even the most moderate liberal.

    1. Ramp up oil, natural gas, and coal production as soon as yesterday. Order more refineries built to handle an increased production. This includes offshore and Alaska.
    2. Increase Exports of fuel to Europe. This decreases oil revenues to the Russians, and decreases Oil Revenues to the Middle Eastern Countries that then funnel money to Terrorist Organization.
    3. The threat of increased production alone would devalue the price of oil, allowing for cheaper costs. So Americans will see the benefits long before more oil can be drilled and refined.
    4. Using a minimal AS POSSIBLE ground support, perform a “Shock And Awe” air campaign against terrorist organizations that George W. Promised 10 years ago.
    5. To Re enter the NFL, every suspended player under the Domestic Violence Policy must do a tour of duty and knock out some terrorist.
    (Number 5 was for levity.)

  • [161] September 9, 2014 at 9:30pm

    Hey Black People,
    Did you know that all donations and votes to the Democrat party put you in a subservient place to your political slave masters. These people give you just enough to keep your hands out.
    Hey Black People,
    Did you know that someone named Tequisha, Monisha, and Quantrell are 50% less likely to be hired. So stop giving your kids names that automatically set them up to fail.
    Hey Black People,
    Is it somehow more noble for a black man to be shot by another black man. Because you say nothing of all the black on black crime. But when a white cop shoots a huge black guy that just robbed a store and assaulted the officer, you act as though he would have been better off in Chicago on a Saturday night.
    Hey Black People,
    Dropping out of school might not be the best career path opportunity. A school that has pealing paint on the wall offers a degree that is better than no degree at all.
    Hey Black People,
    Real change begins from within, stop asking everyone else to cover up for your communities short comings. I have no more sympathy for white trailer trash than I do for those who celebrated the fact that OJ Simpson was found not guilty, when everyone knows he is guilty.
    Hey Black People,
    You’ll find more love and acceptance from the white community when you realize that you have the ability to do for yourself what you’ve asked everyone else to do for you.
    Hey Black People
    I love and Pray for you.
    Hey Black People.
    #I’m Done with your Race Card

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  • [24] September 9, 2014 at 2:02am

    The-Monk. I’m going to slightly disagree with you on one point. I don’t think 2000-2008 were all that great. Politically, there isn’t much difference between Bush and Obama. As men they are entirely opposites. Bush had some honor. He truly loved this country. But I think Bush, like Obama, and most presidents end up feeling like the Constitution is a road block to doing what they “know” needs to be done. Bush opened the door to the militarization of police departments, spying on US citizens, crazy government spending, health care reform (the largest healthcare bill before Obama Care was Bush’s medicare bill). Bush himself tried before Obama to put unqualified people on the supreme court. (Harriet Myers) The Dubai Ports deal (Thank God that didn’t work out) Immigration reform for his little brother. But Bush didn’t get it done, and Obama has done and is doing the same thing 10 fold. Reagan would have wrapped up the War on Terror before lunch. Bush made the mistake of Regime change and nation building. Reagan went after Qaddafi’s family and let him live. Libya was pretty calm for the next 20 years. Until Obama did his best Bush impersonation and assisted in regime change there. In my opinion, There have only been 3 presidents since 1900 that truly understood the constitution. Reagan, Eisenhower, Coolidge.

  • [116] September 9, 2014 at 1:15am

    I’m 31, so I was only born in the 80′s. As someone who lived and remembers ancient history, can you explain to me what this OT you speak of is. And did people really make that little back in the olden days. My grandfather told me stories like this when I was a kid. He told me that when he was born his parents were suffering from a Great Depression. But back in those days, most of the Colonies hadn’t allowed medical marijuana for anxiety yet. I’m going to Google the history of the 80′s……….
    (Several Hours Later) I’m impressed. Did you know that during the 80′s the United States had a President that actually cared about the country. Wow, the main stream media was talking about the coming ice age. Really makes me rethink what my teachers taught me about Global Warming/Climate Change/ The pause/ Polar Ice Caps. OMG, we actually faced down the Russians for being communist. My mind is blown. I see, OT stands for Overtime. Wait, people willingly worked more than 40 hours a week. My job only makes me work 29 hours a week. They said if I work to much they will be forced to provide me ObamaCare. I’ll have to look that up.
    (10 days and 30,000 pages later)
    Still reading……………………………………………………………………………………………
    This girl is a moron. If she applied just 10 percent of her brain, well, then she would be using 11 percent. I wish her well in life. Someone get her an Advil. Her hand hurts from holding it out all day.

  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 12:53am

    Canada is looking really nice right now. I think their cops still use horses. Ours have tanks. Their cops still use revolvers. Our cops have fully automatic “ASSAULT” rifles. Their cops will deal politely with a thief. Our cops will raid your home for an unpaid parking tickets.

    I don’t hate the police. I hate the politicians who use arrests and the courts as a means to make money. This kid was nothing more than a quota wrapped in a dollar sign. If he gets arrested, pays a big fine, well then The peoples republic of Oregon makes money. And isn’t that all that really matters to Big Brother.

    Was the kid being rude when he said the icloud thing? Maybe, but who cares. Was he being rude when he was just standing their filming two cops dressed like they are ready to go to war in Iraq? No, he was just standing their. They initiated contact with the kid. People don’t understand, Police NEED to be filmed. All public employees need to be filmed. It keeps them honest. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. I don’t care how nice a guy this cop is, given enough power and authority, almost anyone could justify the abuse of it. Be a true conservative. If the kid puts himself in danger, than that’s on him. He may or may not suffer the consequences. But don’t let authority make you think that they know whats best for you. Is Michelle Obama right when she says veggies are good for you? Yes. Does she have the right to make me eat them? NO. Don’t be a liberal. and to the kid. Don’t be stupid.

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  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 12:39am

    1. What difference does it make if it was owned by him, or rented by him. A lease agreement says he is legally allowed to be there.
    2. He didn’t interfere at all. At no point did he interfere. Did you see him leave his property, go over to the officers, try to get a better view? I didn’t.
    3. Did he shout hateful things at the officers. No, he simply said, This is being recorded, and it is being saved in the Icloud so that if you confiscate my device, it is still stored elsewhere. (That’s what the cloud is)
    3. “As the officers begin to walk away” to a place they should not have been.

    Why don’t cops practice a little humility. Considering the people they are “protecting” are the ones who pay them. Simply say, “Hey man, this is an active scene. Anything could happen, so for your own protection will you go inside your house. If you chose not to, you are responsible for anything that happens to you. Have a nice day.”

  • September 9, 2014 at 12:29am

    Instead of arresting someone and causing a scene there should be a law that states. “If you chose to disobey a request to go inside your home during an emergency, then you are solely responsible for any damage or injury.” In the event of a worst case scenario, and bullets started flying during a raid by the 175th Para Troupers Police Force in Gresham, Oregon and this kid got hit. He would have to lay there until the area is secure before any medical attention would be offered. And he would be on the hook for the cost. That way, his right to stand outside on his property aren’t violated, and Obama’s Special forces units (police departments) can’t mess with him, or have to worry about him.

  • [2] September 5, 2014 at 12:41am

    I’ll be willing to bet little Miranda will never wear anything in violation of the schools dress code again. I’ll also be willing to bet that little Miranda won’t be able to read her schools code of conduct handbook, even after she completes her four years of Common Core Indoctrination. “Where D’s are just B’s without a belt on.” (Dennis Miller) My point being, schools are about learning, but these “educators” seem more concerned with a child’s appearance than they do a child’s ability to learn and comprehend. If she wore that dress, and stood next to one of the schools cheerleaders, how much do you want to bet that cheerleaders skirt would be much shorter.
    I’m not apposed to a dress code, but how bad was that dress really.
    If your going to have a dress code, then at least do it right.. Make all the kids where black slacks and white shirts. It would save parents loads of money on back to school clothes. It would also eliminate any confusion about what is and isn’t appropriate in the eyes of those who can’t do but teach.
    I feel sorry for the girl. The educators really don’t care about doing their primary job. And the mother, who is acting like her daughter spent the weekend in Abu Ghraib Prison. Get themselves on the news, need to play the victim. Lets get rid of Common Core and bring back Common sense.

  • [5] September 2, 2014 at 10:24pm

    Yo dude, back off, I said I loved her first, find your own hot blonde gun toting, food cooking self sufficient pioneer woman. She is mine. She just doesn’t know it yet. LOL

  • [20] September 2, 2014 at 3:48pm

    What on earth are you talking about. Exactly what is Masculine about a woman gardening vegetables, growing spices, and cooking? What heroic role is she playing exactly? She is a good looking woman that decided that she was no longer going to be a slave to society and trends, and produce more of her own goods at home. That isn’t masculine, or heroic, that’s just awesome. Do you think actual pioneer women sat in pretty little dresses on the porch doing no work at all. The so called American Left has to deprogram their understanding of what they were taught of history, and masculine and feminine roles. Is Abigail Adams less of a woman because she had to provide for her family and work her crop while John Adams was away. Is my grandmother less feminine because my grandfather only ate tomatoes his wife grew? To compare this woman, who passed on a society that encouraged her to dress pretty, play with dolls, and be “Girly” to live a life of hard work and fulfillment to a freaky boy that wants to wear dresses is not even remotely in the same ball park. Your comparison falls apart. I have a question for you though. Is it more “girly” for a woman to garden and cook or work on Wall street at a Lehman Brothers? I’ll answer for you. 200 years ago, this woman would more likely be doing what she does now, than she would be going to college and working outside the home. POINT SET MATCH. WIN FOR ME. Okay, can I have the girl now? lol

  • [2] September 2, 2014 at 1:07pm

    The picture is confusing. Two office employees pointing and seemingly amazed at what they see on the computer screen. Only problem is, the screen is blank.

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