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Saturday, July 4, 2015

This is what I'm talking about.


This comment was awaiting moderation when I logged on today.  This is exactly what I'm talking about.  How can you communicate with a creature of this nature? An amoeba demonstrates more indications of sentient life.  The really frightening thing is that people like this are currently running the country.

"THIS SHOWS HOW NARROW MINDED.YOU ARE, MR. EMPTY BRAIN IF YOU STILL GOT ONE WHAT I DOUBT. EAT A FAT HAMBURGER , INDUSTRIAL FOOD IS THE BEST FOR A SURVIVALIST AND LET YOUR BLOOD BOIL IN LISTENING TO A GAY CHANNEL. MAY BE YOU NEED A GOOD XXXXXXXX."



25 comments:

  1. They are morons in the classical sense of the word.
    I was tempted to reply to that first comment that caused you to turn moderation back on but my interest in replying was to torque him up some. Since I couldn't be sure he'd read my missive it wasn't worth my time.
    Liberal so called Christians who are 98+% Marxists and only nominally Christian are one of my favorite targets to get wound up. Love to make em cuss.
    Hope you're enjoying your summer. Best wishes to you and your wife.
    Happy Birthday America.

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    1. Hey,S.C. just finished the tedious and unrewarding task of writing a letter to the editor of our county paper. There was a nasty little letter in there from a guy feigning being a local. But when I ran a background check he was local by way of Venice, Florida. That's what I had pretty much figured when I read his letter. The leftards are not shy about a little lying if it helps their cause.

      I'm not going to fool with them anymore on line. It's pointless and a waste of time.

      Summer is going ok.Started off hot and slow, but it's alright.

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  2. Hey Harry,

    (captaincrunch)

    Now that was funny....Mr Empty Brain.

    I gotta remember that one.

    Harry, you are the furthest thing from an 'Empty Brain"

    "Eat a fart Hamburger" yeah' that one's brilliant too. Sounds like something I may have heard in boot camp.

    I have to admit except for working on the radio's earlier today. I did not do much of anything. The air was super humid, so thick with a heavy trophical flow from the Carribean. I just did not really feel like going out. That and the entire neighborhood is filled with barbecue smoke like its a super humid, barbecue fire. Yeah' I like barbecue as much as the next man, but when its 98 degree's outside and 98 percent humidity. I kinda lose my appetite.

    I like a lot of heat but I even have my limits.

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    1. That fool gave new meaning to the word fatuous. What a tool. I'm not fiddling with that crowd anymore. In their case, the pen is not mightier than the sword.

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  3. The leftards are always soo angry. They scream and yell, call folks names...WTF??Do they not understand what will happen when they finally piss off the folks on"our side"?As a gun owner I hear a lot about how eeeevil we are...I guess it does not occur to them that if we were half as unhinged and out of control as they think we are, they would cease to exist. I think a lot of that is projection. They are unhinged and out of control, and the typical response from one of us is rational and measured. And it must scare the crap out of them because they cannot "flap" us...Sucks to be them.

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    1. Well, I rejoice in the knowledge that when they inevitability bring this whole house of cards down around our ears, they won't last a week. "Where my check" won't cut the mustard then. I wonder what they think they accomplish with inane comments like the one above. The only thing about it that annoyed me was the appalling grammar. It had "poor white trash" written all over it.

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    2. The leftards are always soo angry"

      I'd be almost willing to bet that's due to an unconscious acknowledgement of the murderous government force necessary to pave the path for every one of their utopian plans.

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  4. I figured frothing basement hippie....I guess in the end it is the same thing.

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    1. Based on the intellectual level of the comment, it could have been a denizen of a mental institution, a kindergartener, or a sentient turnip. I guess we'll never know.

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  5. i am offended by the turnip comment...i believe that turnips are sentient beings with rights and freedoms and should be treated equally! but i swear i am not a libtard!

    bahahahahahah! oh i couldn't help myself! wanted to include a curse word, but sadly, i am a lady.

    bahahahahahahah! oh i really kill me sometimes!

    Harry - don't worry about the idiots.

    sending much love! your friend,
    kymber

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  6. My God, here I've gone and insulted an entire variety of vegetable! I'm such an insensitive person. I guess it's my nature. I got a blast from a French girl that I almost posted because I was greatly taken with her, but I was a little leery of some of the French words, and my wife wasn't around to translate. "Plonk" for instance didn't sound very nice. Oh, well.

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  7. and you offended me. i keep re-reading your comment back to me and i am having a hard time finding "kymber, i am truly very sorry to have bruised your feelings. i promise to never do it again. would buying you a diamond necklace make up for it?'

    because Harry, my bruised feelings would accept your apology and yes...i think a diamond necklace would be the perfect way to say that you are sorry. to me...and to the turnip family.

    bahahahahhaahah! yes, I AM as crazy as captain crunch! (and need sleep!)

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    1. I think that is the least I could do, having thoughtlessly maligned the poor turnips. I really am a heartless churl. ;-)

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    2. Are you not sleeping well? Nyquil might help at bedtime.

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    3. when should i expect the diamond necklace to arrive? i need to know as we have to plan trips into town to pick up packages...as you already know! teehee. looking forward to a package marked "Tiffany Jewels".

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    4. I have to go to my treasure horde deep beneath the mountain. I will send you one that once graced the snowy bosom of a Celtic Princess.

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  8. oh - meant to say was PLONK spelled "planque"? it is a bit of a slang word for crappy wine. not sure of the context but ya, my friend, she may have been calling you really crappy wine. and to the french - that is just horrible.

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    1. I think that's what she meant. How sad, because otherwise she sounded cute and I always liked French girls.

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    2. sorry buddy. it sounds like she considers you to be some crappy, cheap french wine. you can't win them all Harry.

      however, i would consider you a gorgeously-aged chablis...AFTER i received my necklace of course!!!

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    3. I think I'm more of a Mad Dog 20 20 or a bottle of Ripple.

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    4. It's PLOUC and not planque. Planque is a place where you can hide without being found .Mrs. Kymber has to improve her french.
      Nadine the cute french girl

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    5. It's not Kymbers fault. I couldn't remember the word you used and I'd already deleted the comment because I was pretty sure it was meant to be derogatory. If I erred in that, my apologies. I told her I thought the word was plonk. Using your definition I do live on or in a "planque." That's what a retreat is all about.

      I regret Sara not coming by anymore either. We got off to the wrong foot but she was the only liberal I've talked to who could settle down and state her position without shrieking invective instead of arguments. Also, there were some good "give and take" conversations that involved her. Frankly, the others who posted on my blog from the left were just like the comment I put on the post in green. That guy said not one substantive thing, just vulgarity and insult, and worse, he couldn't even be articulate. So I gave up on any dialogue. It's them or us now.

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    6. I looked up plouc. The computer says it's the French word for "Hick." I'm not really a hick. I lived overseas for ten years, have lived and worked in , or traveled in, 36 foreign countries including yours. I have two college degrees and was a teacher for some time, then an accountant in an oil and gas firm for 20 years. Lived in Asia for 13 months and in Europe for just over three years. But, if the term implies someone who is conservative and adheres to old values, then it's appropriate to use it to describe me.

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  9. We ate at a truck stop on our rain check tour and some of the back ground conversation was disturbing...what has happened to personal responsibility? It seems an awful lot of people still think the government and more laws will stop all acts of mental illness...heaven forbid but it seems like free and clear expression of opinion is now sick! Sad you cannot go moderation free here but it is the best way to preserve your integrity.....and yes Kymber's Turnips!

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    1. I am afraid that I have been reported to the FBI for hate speech against turnips! If I just disappear and later you hear I died in FBI custody, you will know what happened....

      I dread going to doctors offices, because there is always some left wing type who wants to expound on the need for new laws, and how if we just passed a law banning this or that it would be a socialist utopia and we'd all live happily ever after. These people have no grasp of reality. The only way to ensure your own safety and security is to take responsibility for it yourself. Those who rely on the government to do so are going to find themselves high and dry at some point, if they haven't already.

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