I was about to say the same thing! I do not think that word means what he thinks it means! What an idiot. HAHA
My thoughts exactly. He better stay of some of the red states. They hunt elk in many of them and I wouldn't want him to get hurt. He's way too entertaining to watch pontificate, especially now that even some of the CNN anchors have figured him out.
Yep, and the dems are supposed to be the highly educated group that laughs at the redneck Christian, gun-toting, bible reading tea-baggin' Republicans. Way to break the stereo type "elk" man. LOL
October 10, 2013 at 1:01pm
October 10, 2013 at 1:00pm
An insurance policy is a contract – that contract specifies what is covered. It would seem that a great number of people purchase insurance without either reading their policy (contract) and/or making assumptions that it will cover just about anything, and then when they have an incident that is not covered, the standard answer is insurance is a scam, etc, etc. Sure there are cases where insurance companies attempt to get out paying claims on legitimate cases, but that is not the norm. And it might be argued that the average person cannot deem whether the proposed policy truly covers what they think might – to that I suggest that if you are a homeowner, and said home is likely your largest asset owned by far, much as when you purchase property, get an expert to make that determination/recomendation for you, ie, a lawyer! I never will understand how someone will look to spend 100s of 1000s of dollars on a home and then risk that investment by being penny wise on the purchase and/or protection of it.
June 14, 2013 at 1:22pm
There is one answer as to why they did not dismiss the third ticket – $$! they need to collect revenue! Too many tickets nowadays are so much about revenue generation and nothing to do with public safety.
June 13, 2013 at 3:20pm
“Reimer reportedly won a full scholarship to the Naval Academy” Um, not to be nitpicky, but everyone who is accepted for admittance to Anapolis (and West Point, and Air Force Academy, . . .) have received a “full scholarship” in a sense, although in reality it is a free education in exchange for service in the USN (or USNR). If you’re going to report on subject, please make the effort to know a little about the topic, lest you look ignorant about it.
You left off the US Coast Guard Academy in CT.
All academy grads are "regular." You may be thinking of OCS and ROTC grads who are reserves on active duty until they have served the obligated time for the scholarship.
June 13, 2013 at 3:11pm
Yeah, OK! Whatever you say.
June 6, 2013 at 11:33am
With all due respect, having played NCAA football, I can say that this kid has huge talent, but at this point, his body is NO WHERE ready for the NFL – he is smaller than most pro running backs and wide receivers! He would last about one play in the middle of the offensive line. I’d venture to say that even at the NCAA level, his current size may make him questionable until he further adds weight and strength.