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  • November 10, 2014 at 10:55pm

    The NFL has responded in a surprising reversal by reinstating Ray Rice. Rodger Goodell at a press conference today said, “Do you think this would have happened had Ray Rice been on the train.”

  • [2] November 7, 2014 at 6:54am

    mom, do you want a truthful answer? The new “us” is a product of society as opposed to the old “us” which was a product of the family. The new “us” were raised in a politically correct environment as opposed to the old “us” that had to cut our teeth in the real world.

    So why the difference? The old “us” didn’t want to take responsibility for our parents. So we created Social security. So now the old “us” spends our golden years in Florida, while the new “us” has no past wisdom around to learn from. The old “us” thought “free love” was more noble than “war.” So the new “us” came to believe that every war is a crime. The old “us” burned our bra’s for the right to control our bodies and have abortions. So the new “us” does not have any respect for human life. The old “us” taught the new “us” that marriage is only acceptable so long as it doesn’t interfere with either party “finding” ones self.

    So to answer the question. This little experiment of raising kids in single parent homes, homes subsidized by government goodies, goodies that promote divorce and abortion. I guess this 80 year experiment didn’t work out to well. What happened to the new “us”? They are a product of the old “us.”

    This is the result of 80 years of progressive social engineering. Welcome to the “new” America. But I still have hope she can be fixed. It just won’t be fixed by “us” God will fix it. There will soon be a generation of Americans who look back at “Us” and say, what was wrong with “them”

  • November 6, 2014 at 10:38pm

    That’s hilarious. LMFAO

  • November 6, 2014 at 9:50pm

    If you think that companies don’t cost shift, and shrug off all their losses than you know nothing of business. But you obviously know that because our economy is so great right now. (Sarcasm intended.) Look at all the businesses hiring right now because of the cost of health care to their employers. (More Sarcasm.) When taxes go up, prices never change, because you know these businesses are going to pay the taxes out of pocket and never pass the cost on to you. (More sarcasm.) The amount we pay in health care is not at all related to the amount a doctor has to pay for medical malpractice insurance. (Even more sarcasm.) The price of gasoline never causes the shipped product to raise in price either. (Yep you guessed it. More sarcasm.) Insurance rates never go up every time someone sues their doctor or health insurance company. (SARCASM) College tutiution isn’t going up at a faster rate than at any point in time, and I’m sure it has nothing to do with the highest level of defaults on student loans. (More and more sarcasm.) And with millions of Americans and millions of illegals, not paying their health care bills, of course the cost of care is going up to cover the loss. (sarcasm) I think the only business you’ve ever run was into the ground. And if you notice, I didn’t blame the woman or the company. I painted a simple picture as to why prices get so high.

  • [-2] November 6, 2014 at 3:32pm

    What do you get when you add an obese woman with congestive heart disease and A sophisticated helicopter that carries a highly trained pilot and expert paramedics that are sent there to save your life. Divided by the square root of the salaries each person on the helicopter makes, multiplied by the cost to operate and insure the helicopter. And the answer is? A saved life.

    Is it the doctors fault who from another state ordered her to be flown back?
    Is it the doctors in PA’s fault for not telling the NY doctor that they could handle it there?
    Is it the woman’s fault because she doesn’t take care of herself?

    The answer is D Bob. Blame the people that show up by helicopter to transport a woman suspected of having heart troubles from point A to B under the pretense that they are saving a life.

    For added measure. How dare they expect to be compensated for their work.
    Sad part is, the next time someone needs an emergency helicopter ride to save a life, there bill will be 80,000. Why you ask? Well, the first person to ever skip out on their helicopter bill was Juan Garcia. He left the country and didn’t pay his 2000 dollar bill. That got transferred on to Okie Desmond of Lybria. He also refused to pay, so now the Company is 4000 dollars down. That cost has to be made up somewhere. Fast forward. After years and years of people not paying their bills, she gets hit with a 70,000 ride.

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  • November 5, 2014 at 2:27pm

    Darn you. I was thinking of pieceofcraps when i watched this video, scrolled down and you beat me to it. That’s twice this week I’ve been beat. lol

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  • [2] November 5, 2014 at 2:15pm

    I saw this speech live last night. I have to admit, her laugh is like nails on a chalk board to me. Having said that, so long as no one tells her a joke right before she speaks, I think she’ll be a darn fine senator. Congratulations to the people of Iowa, you elected a good one.

  • [5] November 5, 2014 at 10:40am

    Muslims from Bahrain aren’t much difference from democrats in America. They see one person doing something decent, they all sit around talking about how they should be more like him, then they drive away doing nothing. Sounds about right. “There are to types of people in this world, People that do things, and people that take credit. It is a lot easier to be in the second group.”

  • [3] November 4, 2014 at 6:24pm

    I can’t take any criticism seriously from someone that has a picture of what looks to be the BTK’s mugshot. Having said that, I’m am not opposed to charity, or doing good. What I am sick of is, The soap box grandstanding. They wen’t 1000 miles on a scooter through an exotic place and they posted 5 minutes of video that highlight their goodness. For those who don’t have a clue what I’m talking about, but consider themselves Christians, read your bible. “Do good things in secret so that only your father who is in heaven may see them.” Are they being charitable to the boy, or making themselves look good. I don’t know, I wasn’t there. I’m not in there heads. But putting a video of yourself doing good things is good evidence of the 2nd.

    Society has become to theatrical these days. We all await the next internet video of someone doing something nice so that we may feel good about ourselves. There was a time when people did good for the sake of doing good and went on about there way. These days we have to put a camera up and film ourselves doing it so that we can show everyone else how good we are. Maybe that makes me a douchemaster badge wearer? But I really don’t care.

  • [3] November 4, 2014 at 1:20pm

    I love it when people film themselves doing nice things. I love it even more when people then post those nice things they do on the internet for millions of people to see. It says, hey look, I do nice things for other people. I’m special because of it, and here is the proof. That is why I never leave my house without my ribbons. My ribbons say I support all sorts of research on various diseases and cancer. I want everyone to know that I care. I also have an American flag pin on my lapel. But in fear of offending anyone else, I also wear flag pins of every country. Why? Because I care, and I want everyone to know it. I want everyone to see it. I want the applause for it. I’m special.

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  • [6] November 4, 2014 at 12:24am

    Single mother probably on welfare and food stamps. Democrat on Democrat crime.

  • [5] November 4, 2014 at 12:13am

    I was reading this story and came across the same line. I started thinking of comments about that line. I scrolled down and bam, no need for me to comment.

  • [15] November 3, 2014 at 6:53pm

    “My child’s word is as good as gold.” LMFAO

    You have the only kids in America who didn’t lie to your parents. I remember when my mother did my laundry and she found some condoms in the pocket. (Which was odd, cause I was 15 and my mom hadn’t done my laundry in years. I think she was on a surveillance mission. lol) That took some rather creative story telling to convince her that I was still a virgin. Was it right to lie. No. I’m not making excuses. But when it comes to sex, and parents. I promise. KIDS LIE. Especially girls with protective daddies. (Nothing wrong with being a protective father.) But there are a lot of girls out there who may have been discovered to not be a virgin, and stories start getting told. In this case I have no idea what happened. She may have very well been raped, and the father did what he did and I’ll keep moving on. But the idea that a child’s word is Gold to even a parent is dumb.

  • [17] November 3, 2014 at 6:43pm

    My only issue with this is, Teenagers lie. It wouldn’t be the first time in history a teenager was found not to be a virgin, and in an effort to deflect her dads anger, created a rape story. I’m not saying she did lie, but we all know it has happened.

  • [1] November 1, 2014 at 2:33am

    LOL. How is this remotely news worthy. “Check out this uneventful video of a driver getting pulled over.” Link this story to another one. “You’ll be moved to tears when you see the video of the North Port High School Basketball player dribbling a basketball with his right hand, then switch to his left.” Go for three. “Shocking. This jaw dropping video of Paint drying will melt your heart.”

  • [5] October 28, 2014 at 9:41pm

    I don’t think Glenn was talking about hot women. I think he was talking about mothers who try and dress their little girls sexy.

  • [4] October 28, 2014 at 9:38pm

    Your Ray Rice costume will be a hit this year. Oops. I mean. Knock out your friends by wearing your very own Ray Rice costume.

  • [6] October 25, 2014 at 12:40am

    “The government is acting like girls gone wild.” As though this story couldn’t get even worse, I read your comment and thought of Nancy polosi and Hillary Clinton.
    Thanks a lot man. I’m sick now

  • [11] October 24, 2014 at 10:43pm

    Is it any great surprise that with the emergence of “social media,” there are more things like this that happen. To many kids today don’t have communication skills. I’m only 31, but I think the lord I’m just old enough to have come up prior to all this facebook and twitter crap. (So says the guy posting on the blaze.) I didn’t know what facebook was until I was in my 4th year of college. I used it for a week to find out if the girls I dated in high school ever lost that extra weight. (Side note, I should have hung on to Brandy, she got hot.)

    The point I’m making is this. PARENTS are raising self entitled little whiners. I use raising loosely, because far to often, when I’m out to dinner, I see mom and dad give little Jr. an IPAD to watch instead of letting them observe the adults. So we have this lost generation of kids out there, and the only way they know how to deal with their problems is through “social media.” Since there is no genuine communication, they still feel alone in all their problems, and then do something like this. Bad Parents and Bad kids equals something like this.

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  • [1] October 24, 2014 at 10:24pm

    A similar situation happened to me when I was a kid. I remember walking through the grocery store with my mother when I was about 5 or 6. I asked my mother, “Can I please have this cereal, cause I want the prize?” My mother said no. I went in to a super tirade. Kicking, screaming, making a scene. My mother was so embarrassed as I lay in the middle of the isle yelling at the top of my lungs. After a few minutes of this, a man in full dress uniform walked down the isle, knelt down and said to me. “Hey boy, do you know what I am?” Intimidated by his uniform, I looked up at him and said quietly, A soldier. He said, “That’s right, and if you don’t stop acting like this, I’ll give you something to cry about.” Needless to say, I stopped crying. As the man stood up my mother looked at him and said. “Thank you so much, I’m so embarrassed.” He nodded his head and went on his way. When I got home and my mother told my father, I was given yet another reason to cry. Its been 25 years since that happened. I haven’t talked to my mother since. But the good news is I have a delicious bowl of Fruit Loops every morning, and a collection of prizes I’ve collected over the years.

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