User Profile: zapparules


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  • September 2, 2014 at 5:22pm

    And they can also load up a van truck with much more explosive power and…
    What’s your point?
    Ban UAV’s all together because they can be used as part of a weapon?
    Shall we ban everything that can be used as part of a weapon? (Just not weapons themselves thought – right?)

  • September 2, 2014 at 4:53pm

    Are you serious with your: ‘RC model airplanes form50 years – why gov’t oversight now’?

  • September 2, 2014 at 3:13pm

    Did you giggle at yourself for making fun of a real abuse occurring far too frequently?

    And never forget… There are plenty of examples of even the most ‘normal’ person changing – or revealing their true ‘non-normalcy’.

  • [5] September 2, 2014 at 3:10pm

    Ohhhh Slappy…
    For some reason you confuse fights for equality and (policy) clarifications on (illegal) discrimination to be the same as ‘everyone having their own issues and problems.’
    Are you (or others) discriminated against because of your religious beliefs?
    Are you denied certain products or services because of your skin color, religious beliefs or… ???
    If so, then you too can (and I would guess would) seek legal recourse – recourse that probably would also include the seeking of some financial penalty against the offender – and ‘restoration’ to you for the illegal act.

    Having others SAY things that may make one feel bad is COMPLETELY different than having a govt entity treat you differently or REQUIRE you to perform or look differently because that particular govt entity ‘wants’ you to.

    These are not efforts to address ‘hurt feelings’. They are efforts to assure equality – equal treatment from the govt and businesses (that operate in the public sphere).

    Sorry but I have NO desire to exploit others, for donations, votes, or intimidation of those with differing opinions. (What? Are your feelings hurt when someone challenges your differing opinions?)

    Apparently you can’t comprehend that many fighting for equality for all are doing JUST that – fighting for equality for ALL!

    And just because this might not be the most pressing issue we face as a nation… Does that mean it should be ignored – or that it can be addressed at the same time as other issues?

  • [1] September 2, 2014 at 2:51pm

    You are a ‘shim’ – aren’t you Cigarcity
    (A sh*#head male)

  • [1] September 2, 2014 at 2:48pm

    “your only going to get more of the same.”
    Apparently by ‘shims’ like you.

  • [-1] September 2, 2014 at 7:03am

    Monk: “I’ll respect the truth no matter how bad it is over any lie.”
    That’s a good one Monk. An original of yours?

    I suppose when you don’t give support for your ‘truthful’ contentions that we’re all just supposed to accept such contentions as truth because, well… Someone willing / able to offer a statement like “I’ll respect the truth no matter how bad it is over any lie.” must ALWAYS be ‘preaching the truth’.
    That or one can just determine the truth of another by examining the spaces between their words. Who needs tangible, fact-based support when you can just see it (the truth) in their eyes, read it on their face and hear it in their voice?

  • [-1] September 2, 2014 at 6:54am

    “It’s a Monk thing that you wouldn’t understand.”
    That pretty much sums it up.
    Unable to substantiate your contentions you resort to attempting to belittle others for supposedly not being able to understand.
    It was a pretty simple question Monk.
    Rather interesting though how you have the keen ability to identify a radical Islamic jhadist killer by ‘seeing it in his eyes, reading it on his face and hear it in his voice. It’s also in the spaces between his words.’
    You should be on the psychic network. Or at least working for the TSA.

    Wrong Eastinfection.
    Generalizations – in general – are not very accurate representations.
    As for intuition as to how one determines if one is a cold-blooded radical Islamic jihadist… My guess is folks might want (and usually can) go on a bit more than intuition in deducing such things.

    Who is ‘not with us’? Stelter?

    There IS – for true justice’s sake – a BIG difference between rhetoric talk and actual terrorist activity. If some of you want to contend that a person is a cold-blooded killer based on the look in someone’s eyes, or you believe you can read it on their face and hear it in their voice – or that ‘it’s’ in the spaces between their words – whatever IT is – well, then… If that is your justification for OUR incarcerating – or killing such people… You might want reconsider your evaluation methods before seeking such bloodshed on the behalf of such.

  • September 1, 2014 at 11:16pm

    Apparently you did not see one or both interviews.

  • [-13] August 31, 2014 at 5:17pm

    Chuck Stein
    So why should I give ‘credence’ to one god-belief over another?
    Yes, one MAY present a more ‘peaceful’, tolerant view of the other – MAYBE – but… Why should that cause me to hold one’s god-based beliefs in a ‘better light’ than another’s? And especially if that is the ONLY core ‘foundation of one’s position.

  • [-6] August 31, 2014 at 5:13pm

    Ohhhh – Of course they do Ben__Franklin
    Of course they do.

  • August 31, 2014 at 5:10pm

    I am NOT certain in any way, shape of form as to what man can do about climate change.
    I do know man is THE MOST IMPACTFUL species on the planet and that while climate change has indeed occurred in the past… Never before the industrial age has so much carbon-based emissions been sent into the atmosphere – by man.

    And again – regardless of cause… There are many HUGELY impacting environmental changes occurring and we as a ‘leading’ nation needs to work with other nations of the world in addressing these changes.

    Sorry but… To me and many MANY others… Someone’s belief in a god’s ‘plan’ for the world is not a legitimate plan to deal with all the major environmental (and other) changes occurring.
    As they say: Hope is not a plan.
    Faith (like hope) in some ‘god-plan’ is not a plan (to address the needs of folks being impacted by these changes. At least such a ‘god-plan is not the (unknown) ‘plan’ all of us want to follow.

  • [-1] August 31, 2014 at 4:57pm

    And you’re enough of an expert on climate change to dismiss a possible, many consider probable, man-made cause, HOW? WHY?

  • August 31, 2014 at 4:49pm

    Not sure any reasonable or responsible person would think that.

  • August 31, 2014 at 4:48pm

    so Nabuquduriuzhur…
    Are there many scientists posting here at TheBlaze?
    Have you been able to have an actual discussion with any, or a true scientist / one specializing in climate change?
    How have you come to your ‘expertise’ in such matters?

    Based on your expertise of science and scientists… In theirs studies and conclusions… Do most all scientists just simply ignore / dismiss the ‘natural’ sources of CO2? (As compared to the man-made sources – the burning and related of carbon-based materials – an activity that hadn’t occurred to any real measurable level until perhaps around the industrial age?)

    Seems to me that you LIKE TO BELIEVE that scientists do NOT take into account all sources of CO2.
    Seems to me you haven’t put forth any (scientific) assessments of how and the amounts of man-made emissions compare to those of natural ones.

    And again… Regardless of possible causes…
    Care to offer any of your insight into what man should do about the big-impact environmental changes we are indeed experiencing. Like how we should address the impacts of rising sea levels – or depleting ocean (fish) or other natural resources.
    Should man just simply allow market forces ONLY determine the courses of action?

  • [-1] August 31, 2014 at 4:14pm

    curious ObozoMustGo
    Is that an actual belief you have about the left?
    Of course not. (Right?)
    So why start-off a possible discussion about such matters with such outlandish, false, belittling commentary?

    Even if one does not believe in man made climate change – or climate change at all… There are factual proven environmental changes occurring that WILL impact Millions if not Billions around the world – especially those living closest to the coasts.
    And so what are you thoughts about efforts to address those big-impact changes?
    Don’t have to be thoughts about (trying) to stop the causes for such – just what might be our responses to such changes – and how such will almost certainly require massive societal changes.

    Dismiss the possible cause of or climate change itself but… Man is having to deal with some HUGE environmental changes. From rising sea levels, to depleting sea resources (fisheries), to numerous other depleting resources.
    So do you believe ‘capitalistic / market forces’ alone are the best way to deal with such?
    Do you feel NO oversight or regulation of industry using these resources is the best approach?

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  • [-1] August 31, 2014 at 4:05pm

    I did not say that Greenland ice melt as a result of volcanic warming / activity could not be the cause.
    Do you think maybe some scientists have at least given that option some thought?
    Did environmentalandawake offer anything but a question about such? WHY should he or others believe volcanic warming to be the cause for the Greenland ice sheet melting?
    Having just visited Iceland and having now closely followed this current volcanic situation… I was able to learn that scientists can, for the most part, ‘track’ the underground movement/flow of volcanic magma. So knowing that… I deduce that they could perhaps evaluate if magma / volcanic warming was occurring under the Greenland ice sheet – and perhaps rule that out as a PROBABLE cause of all the rapid ice melting.

    No. Greenland was not green. Some green yes. And indeed perhaps experienced a period of warmth – in some regions – similar to today. But almost certainly the island was not much different than ‘now’. According to my research, the Greenland ice sheet is at least 400,000 years old.

    NO. The ice has NOT been building up in Greenland.

    And then this one… (Also showcasing a ‘nice’ use of UAV/drone technology)

    Global climate change impacts regions differently

  • [-20] August 31, 2014 at 3:46pm

    Would ALL islamic jihadists kill a fellow like Stelter (or kill any/all other non-jihadists)?

  • [-27] August 31, 2014 at 3:43pm

    And you know that HOW Monk?
    Is Choudary a known killer? A known “terrorist”?
    For you Monk, what must one do (or just say) to be classified as an islamic jihadist?

  • [-11] August 31, 2014 at 3:40pm

    Can I ask you what your definition of a terrorist is?
    Do you believe Choudary to be a “terrorist”? And if so… Can you give the specifics of what you mean by “dispose of”?

    I’ll admit. I know little about this human P.O.S. Choudary. Only what I have seen of him on Hannity and now here with Stelter. Based on that very limited exposure to Choudary I would hardly classify him as a “terrorist” needing “disposed of”.
    I’m just curios as to what type of folks you think should be “disposed of” Snowleopard. What determines such for you?

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