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Xyskalla

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  • [50] June 3, 2014 at 9:46am

    December 1978, Richfield Coliseum in Ohio. Ted Nugent was headlining the show. Someone in the crowd started lighting firecrackers every few minutes and throwing them over the crowd. I don’t know what kind of firecrackers they were, but they were loud, even over Ted’s music (which was pretty loud). After a while, Nugent stopped the show and said, “If anybody happens to see whoever is throwing the firecrackers, I want you to catch the guy and eat his ******* face off!” Not another firecracker for the rest of the show.

  • March 27, 2014 at 12:24pm

    Me and my wife was think don’t see wrong with that.

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  • March 25, 2014 at 2:16am

    And when the movie bombs, instead of admitting “We made an awful movie,” Paramount will probably say, “You see? I TOLD you nobody wants to see religious movies any more. They never sell.”

  • March 23, 2014 at 11:17pm

    Becca, I don’t think the issue is that it doesn’t sound like a child’s voice, because it does. But IMO the girl’s style has a maturity you don’t normally see in children… or considering today’s music scene, even in a lot of adults. That’s not normally my style of music, but I enjoyed watching her and would love to see more.

  • March 14, 2014 at 12:11pm

    Jesus would never advocate this cult. He viewed the command to honor your father and mother as being so inviolable that He condemned the Pharisees for teaching that it’s better to give your money to God than to use it to help your parents (Matthew 15:1-9. Any religious group that deliberately isolates a person from their family and friends is a ravenous wolf in sheep’s clothing.

  • March 10, 2014 at 11:51am

    And who is the Author of gravity?

    The Lord God almighty is truly the most magnificent of all artists. No one else comes close. He is always on display through His works.in the same way an artist is on display in a gallery even when the artist himself is nowhere to be seen.

    And He wrote the greatest of all dramas, putting Himself on center stage by sending His Son to die for a world that hates Him.

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  • February 27, 2014 at 2:42am

    The militarization of the police force seems to include the teaching of the Us Vs. Them mentality, and the attitude that everybody is a potential enemy. They didn’t used to be like this, but this is becoming more and more common.

  • February 7, 2014 at 12:15pm

    Sorry, the second paragraph in my previous post should have began “Spencer laughed at him…” I don’t know how the word “laughed” got dropped, I remember typing it.

  • February 7, 2014 at 12:11pm

    On p. 360-361 of her book “Shattered Dreams”, Irene Spencer wrote that a week after her son Seth entered kindergarten in California, the school psychologist informed her that Seth failed every psychology test given, appeared to be retarded and needed to be in a special class.

    Spencer at him since Seth was one of her smartest children (out of 12), and asked to see the test. The psychologist replied, “Excuse me. I’m the psychologist here. I’m sorry if you disagree with me, but he must go into special classes. Still, I’ll be glad to show you the tests we gave him.”

    He said “Seth was unable to identify any of these,” and showed her pictures of a baseball glove, Micky Mouse, a fireman, a policeman, and a fire hydrant before Spender stopped him.

    She told him, “Seth has never seen any of these things. He’s lived in Mexico and Nicaragua all his life. Had you asked him what a burro was or a three-toed sloth, or a monkey, ox, coconut, banana, machete or sugarcane, he could have told you.”

    She pointed to the picture on the next page. “This light bulb, for instance, he’s never seen one. We’ve always lived without electricity. In fact, I have to reprimand Seth most every time I hear the toilet flush. He’s in there tearing squares of toilet paper from the roll, watching excitedly as the tissue disappears. It’s all new to him. We’ve never had a flushing toilet before.”

    The arrogance of these “specialists” is appalling.

  • January 26, 2014 at 12:10am

    This “predates the Biblical story of Noah”, which means that it predates Moses, the author of Genesis. The actual Flood, however, occurred much earlier. If this is from 4000 years ago, it’s actually from AFTER the time that the Flood is believed to have occurred.

  • November 24, 2013 at 12:12am

    You mean like the people who prosecuted Zimmerman for entirely political reasons?

  • November 22, 2013 at 10:57pm

    I agree. What a wonderful story! Thank you for sharing this, Billy Hallowell :)

  • November 20, 2013 at 10:28am

    Government schools are acting more and more like they that think they own the children, and that parents are just an inconvenient way to store the children after hours when the school is closed.

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  • November 14, 2013 at 9:06am

    I wish The Blaze gave us the ability to Like posts. Good one, oldguy49 ;)

  • November 7, 2013 at 12:29am

    I’d consider the truck to be a weapon, too.

    In addition to what you said, if you listen to the audio (around 3:37), the police say twice that he was going the wrong way down a road. I’m not trying to excuse the police if this turns out to be excessive force, but chasing a suspect the wrong way on a one-way road really gets their adrenaline pumping (or so says a highway patrol friend of mine). But as soon as the one officer said that he was going the wrong way, another officer, realizing that things were getting out of hand, said, “We know the suspect, so we can probably back it off.” Sad for the dad that they didn’t take his advice.

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  • November 6, 2013 at 1:44pm

    I agree 100%. But even taking the moral free fall into account, this still doesn’t make sense. What did they think was going to happen after they released her?

    “Hey, I have an idea! Let’s lie (or misspeak, as Obama puts it) to get her over here, force her to f*** me and beat her to a pulp until she consents. It’ll be fun! We’ll all laugh about it with her for years to come because we’ll record it and put it on YouTube. She’ll be an InstaStar” Is that really what they thought? Because this completely baffles me. Did they really think they wouldn’t be found out, that she wouldn’t tell anybody? Broken bones, extremely swollen eyes and a bleeding ear are kind of hard to hide. Are these people even sane? It’s not just morals–these people seem to have no concept of consequences.

    And I bet they blame the victim for their being in jail/JD.

  • November 6, 2013 at 1:05pm

    It’s worse than that. The judge in New Mexico signed the rape order.

  • November 5, 2013 at 12:05pm

    “most experts today can not aim”?

    Which sling-experts are you talking about, Tim? People do know how to use slings today, but proficiency was much more widespread in ancient times when people had to catch their own food (even today it is considered to be a good wilderness survival tool). Slings were efficient at killing birds, rabbits, and other hard-to-catch animals, and they were used in combat, too.

    But I seriously question Gladwell’s take on “superior technology”. Superior technology did not kill the giant. What killed the giant was the Lord of Hosts, the great I AM, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. With God on his side, David could have killed Goliath with a feather.

  • November 5, 2013 at 11:37am

    It worked for the Progressives. They couldn’t get anywhere running on 3rd party tickets either. But when they decided to infiltrate the Democratic party instead, they took it over so completely that it’s hard to even separate Democrat and Progressive in your thinking. Why not do that with the GOP? We’re certainly not much better off with a RINO than a Dem anyway, but one of them will almost always win.

    BTW, when I first saw (on FB) “Don’t split the vote and hand the win to the Dems. Vote Cuccinelli”, I thought, “Yeah, right. I’m not voting for someone I don’t like just to keep someone else I don’t like out.” But then I realized I don’t really know much about Cuccinelli. What if he’s a real conservative? Maybe I should investigate.

    As should we all. Don’t just react. Research.

  • October 24, 2013 at 12:15pm

    We shouldn’t get so focused on the web site itself (except in relation to the massive waste of taxpayer money) since web sites can be repaired. Obamacare is not a web site. Obamacare is the real train wreck, not some web site that can be fixed. STAY FOCUSED, PEOPLE!

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