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Posts by Fletcher J

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  • Here's Apple Pay in Action (video) [and replacing min-wage clerk jobs]

    09/12/2014 12:46:19 PM PDT · 19 of 37
    Fletcher J to Oatka

    By the time you make it to check-out, you’ve already given the grocery store management “free labor” by walking through the store and pulling your own items. Piggly-Wiggly was the first grocery store to push that task off onto their customers, in the 1930’s. Before that, you’d go to the counter and present the clerk with a list of what you wanted, like Sam Drucker’s store in the old show Petticoat Junction. :)

    Self-service grocery stores like Piggly-Wiggly could trim costs over the old model, and by passing those savings on to their customers, became the new standard business model.

  • There’s No Difference Between ISIS and ISIL

    09/12/2014 11:58:53 AM PDT · 22 of 36
    Fletcher J to plain talk

    That could be it, but I think Obama says “ISIL” out of sheer arrogance. Saying ISIL instead of ISIS like everyone else makes him feel superior to his American subjects. This is just part of his ego-driven personality, such as when Obama insists on pronouncing Pakistan as “POKistan”.

  • Vidalia Onions: The Best Thing to Buy, The Best Ways to Eat It—Now!

    04/10/2014 7:39:48 AM PDT · 16 of 23
    Fletcher J to Thermalseeker

    I’ll sometimes do pretty much the same onion recipe in the oven, but I use Dale’s steak marinade and a little butter instead of soy sauce. (Dale’s is soy sauce-based, if you haven’t tried it before)

    The onions go great with a grilled steak. Now I’ve made myself very hungry... lol

    BTW, if you marinade steak or chicken in a mixture of Dale’s sauce and pineapple juice, you end up with a great teriyaki marinade. I don’t marinade any meat in straight Dale’s for more than 4 hours or so because it is too strong.

  • The Myth of Working Your Way Through College

    04/02/2014 7:41:47 AM PDT · 62 of 80
    Fletcher J to usconservative

    I also worked my way through college at a local state university, from 85-90. Tuition was $1800 per year for me, and minimum wage was approx $3.50. I worked 15hrs/week min wage during school, and worked construction for $10/hr every summer, 40hrs per week.

    My son is now going to the same university. Tuition is $14,000 per year, and minimum wage is $7.25 an hour. Like I did, he lives at home and commutes to save money.

    So it took me approx 514 hours of work at minimum wage to pay my yearly tuition. It would take my son approx 1931 hours to pay his. 3.75X more. He’s young, energetic and ambitious, but he can’t work 56 hours a week during school and 150 during the summer and still do well in school.

    Millenials are deserving of their fair share of criticism, but we can’t ignore the math. The federal government has greatly distorted the market by pumping money into education. And don’t even get me started on the price of textbooks these days...

  • 19-year-old Navy RB McKamey dies after being in coma

    03/26/2014 8:41:23 AM PDT · 15 of 26
    Fletcher J to deoetdoctrinae

    A fine young man from a fine Christian family. Everyone please pray for his mom, dad and all his family.

  • Building a list of historic American biographies

    12/09/2013 7:01:56 AM PST · 24 of 29
    Fletcher J to headbegger

    “Unbroken” by Laura Hillenbrand. The life story of an American hero, Louis Zamparini, and absolutely one of the most inspiring books I’ve ever read. If you aren’t familiar with this one already, just buy it and start reading. Don’t even read the synopsis first; let the whole thing be a surprise. :)

  • Walgreens Drops Employee Health Insurance Coverage (180,000)

    09/18/2013 6:18:49 AM PDT · 23 of 75
    Fletcher J to MayflowerMadam

    I believe that any kid in the USA can get free immunizations already. In my state, all you have to do is take your kids down to the county health department. The exceptions would be immunizations that you’d only need for international travel.

  • Harry Reid: I sure hope Republicans are opposed to Obama because of his policies and not his race

    08/12/2013 11:22:29 AM PDT · 43 of 44
    Fletcher J to 2ndDivisionVet

    I once saw Harry Reid take the hand of a small boy and walk him across a busy street. And I hope, I hope — and I say this seriously — I hope that’s because he wanted to keep the boy safe, and not because he just wanted to touch a young boy that day.


    Harry Reid is despicable.

  • The Barbecue Editor Disputes a Tar Heel (TX vs NC)

    07/25/2013 12:58:09 PM PDT · 37 of 68
    Fletcher J to Rebelbase

    Both of these guys are wrong.

    The best BBQ in the country can be found wherever my smoker happens to be sitting. The meat is usually pork, and the smoker is usually in Tennessee... :)

    But all that being said, any well-prepared BBQ is welcome to me. I love it all!

    Fletcher J

  • Rock River Arms versus Armalite for first AR-15 (Vanity)

    06/25/2013 11:01:11 AM PDT · 10 of 44
    Fletcher J to Patriot95

    Unfortunately, gun posts like this will garner very little interest or responses on FR. So you’re probably on your own here. Also, everyone will be in complete agreement on what you should do, so the few people responding will all just tell you the same thing... ;)

    Seriously, though, I have a RRA and the quality is terrific. I’m sure the Armalite is great quality as well, but don’t have one. The Colt and SigSauer ARs are really great also. The Colt M4 that’s factory equipped with all the Magpul accessories costs a bit more, but is a sweet AR at a good price.

  • True Grit

    05/15/2013 7:28:18 AM PDT · 29 of 44
    Fletcher J to DManA

    While he was far from perfect, Jackson eliminated the National Bank, which was like an unelected branch of government, with the power to enrich or destroy members of congress - not a good thing for a Republic. He also held the union together thru the force of his personality. Jackson’s threats carried weight, unlike our current resident of the White House.

    Jackson can be fairly critized in many ways, but he was clearly not a punk.

  • True Grit

    05/15/2013 7:11:08 AM PDT · 27 of 44
    Fletcher J to RandallFlagg

    I believe it was both face and hand. Pretty natural to throw a hand up when someone is going at your head with a sword, so he had wounds on both... Jackson may have been the toughest man alive at a time when pretty much every man was tough.

  • Colt CEO: Ban Would Hurt Iconic Brand

    03/21/2013 8:11:52 AM PDT · 21 of 27
    Fletcher J to libstripper

    Yep, I think that Colt should coordinate with Magpul and other firearm manufacturers that are thinking of leaving anti 2A states, and jointly choose an area in which to create an all-new manufacturing center. East Tennessee would be a great location for all of them!

  • Detroit VIDEO: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

    03/20/2013 1:18:52 PM PDT · 46 of 69
    Fletcher J to Norm Lenhart

    Love the Mustang. My 2013 GT with 420hp 5.0 “Coyote” V8 and 6sp manual is my daily driver, and is the most fun I’ve ever had with my clothes on. It puts some joy into my commute. :)

  • Detroit VIDEO: 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

    03/20/2013 1:14:11 PM PDT · 41 of 69
    Fletcher J to 762X51

    I wish that Ford would make a direct competitor to the Wrangler and call it a Bronco. That would be awesome.

    I keep daydreaming about the viability of taking a new Wrangler Rubicon and trading out wheels, badging, front grill, etc., and turning it into a fake “2014 Ford Bronco”. Maybe a blue one, repainted as a modern take on the 69 Bronco, with white wheel arches and white top? That would be an awesome conversation starter... lol

  • Magpul preparing to leave Colorado

    03/20/2013 7:54:52 AM PDT · 73 of 73
    Fletcher J to saleman

    Yeah, UT is expecting a good turnout for the Orange & White spring game this year, due to excitement over the new coach. He’s got to be better than the last one.

    Things could go either way for UT football this year, but it looks to be another building year. The crazy thing is that if we’d had *any* kind of reasonable defense last year, it would have been a good season. The defense will surely improve this year (how could it get worse?!?), but we’re losing a lot of talent on offense to make up for it.

    Either way, it’ll take a miracle for UT to beat Bama for the next few years...

    I have a lot of family in the Decatur area, so at least I didn’t get any grief from the Auburn fans last year. :) We have an annual Memorial Day family reunion in Decatur, eating at Big Bob Gibson’s, going to the balloon festival at Point Mallard, and a get-together at the river.

  • Magpul preparing to leave Colorado

    03/19/2013 2:00:07 PM PDT · 59 of 73
    Fletcher J to saleman

    LOL. That reminds me of a riddle:

    What’s 80 feet long and has 5 teeth? The funnel cake line at the Alabama State Fair.

    GO VOLS!!

  • Magpul preparing to leave Colorado

    03/19/2013 11:18:56 AM PDT · 29 of 73
    Fletcher J to KeyLargo

    Dear Magpul, There are a multitude of beautiful East Tennessee counties that would love to have you, complete with thousands of people eager to work their butts off for you. (For example, Scott County, TN)

    Smoky Mountains & great outdoor activities
    No state income tax
    Plenty of unemployed workers
    Cheap land
    Conservative, gun-friendly state government
    No traffic
    Lot of lakes and rivers
    Low cost of living
    Great southern cooking and BBQ

    I’ll be glad to meet your rep at the airport and give you a tour of God’s country! Call me. :)

  • Why Be A Fighter Pilot?

    03/13/2013 7:05:45 AM PDT · 33 of 64
    Fletcher J to Conserev1

    It’s true that there are a lot of pitiful excuses for young men in this country these days, but it’s a BIG country, and there are still plenty of fine American men that want to serve.

    My son is currently in Air Force ROTC, and desperately wants to be an Air Force pilot. That’s been his goal since his pre-teen days. However, the competition is extremely tough, and he says that the rest of the guys in his detachment are all top-notch. If the competition nationwide is like what he’s seeing, he’ll have a difficult time getting a pilot slot. But, he’s trying his best, is scheduled for field training this summer, and can’t wait!

  • One Day Left: NYC Super-Sized Sugary Drink Ban Goes Into Effect Tuesday

    03/11/2013 7:02:47 AM PDT · 12 of 19
    Fletcher J to JimRed

    Realistically, probably not. My understanding is that if the business has a self-service drink station that has both diet and sugar drinks, then the largest cup size allowable by nanny Bloomberg is 16oz.

    However, if the self-service drink station is diet-only, then they can have larger cup sizes. (For now - all our liberties have an expiration date, you know...)

  • Jimmy Carter Wants Hugo Chavez Remembered for ‘Gains Made for the Poor and Vulnerable’

    03/06/2013 6:21:04 AM PST · 25 of 26
    Fletcher J to IbJensen

    I think that Jimmy has daddy issues; his father died and left him with the burden of runnning the family peanut farm when Jimmy was in his late twenties. Since then, Jimmy seems to have never met a dictator that he didn’t like. Pretty sad in a man his age.

  • Wildlife officials play surprise role in tracking down Dorner

    02/13/2013 7:41:52 AM PST · 53 of 70
    Fletcher J to Vendome

    I don’t know if California has a wild hog problem, but in many southern states, wildlife officers are being equipped with .308 ARs for wild hog control.

    That being said, I never believe the media on anything gun related. They will get the simplest facts wrong almost every time.

  • Mountain Dew introduces a breakfast drink

    02/11/2013 10:46:47 AM PST · 19 of 42
    Fletcher J to CrazyIvan

    Yes, you probably do remember that. :) After seeing some old ads from the 1960’s, I was inspired to prepare it for some Fall parties last year. Not bad...

    You heat Dr. Pepper in a saucepan just short of boiling, and then pour it over a thinly sliced round of lemon in a coffee cup. Let it sit for 30sec and enjoy. The strange thing is that no one can tell what it is at first, but after you let them in on the secrect, it clearly tastes like hot, lemony Dr. Pepper... lol

    People that like sweet hot spiced tea will generally like it.

  • Rock-n-rollers head to jail in Brook Park following argument over favorite guitarist

    02/08/2013 11:09:05 AM PST · 40 of 80
    Fletcher J to gorush

    I lean toward Stevie Ray Vaughan as being my favorite, but as a Tennessean, I’ll be danged if I let this thread go any further without mentioning Chet Atkins.

    I’ll give all posters a pass on this grave insult to Chet, as the discussion was originally in regards to Rock & Roll guitarists... ;)

  • Postal Service to end Saturday mail delivery in bid to cut costs

    02/06/2013 6:45:02 AM PST · 58 of 85
    Fletcher J to count-your-change

    Yep, same here. Our USPS mail lady won’t deliver packages because of our sweet golden lab, Ginger. The UPS man has no problem, the FedEx man has no problem, the NIH man has no problem, but the mail lady just writes “dogs” on the package and takes it back with her to the post office. When we complained, the PO manager said that they cannot legally force her to deliver to any home with a dog.

    I wish I worked at a place where my manager couldn’t legally force me to DO MY JOB, but I don’t work for the government...

  • US Senate Shoots Down Bid to Halt Sales of F-16s, Tanks to Egypt

    02/01/2013 6:58:01 AM PST · 48 of 56
    Fletcher J to Standing Wolf

    So the Obama administration is hard at work 1) disarming “free” American citizens of small arms, and 2) sending F-16s and Abrams tanks to Egypt, which is ruled by Muslim terrorists.

    Makes perfect sense! /s

  • Department of Homeland Security to Purchase 7,000 "Assault Weapons"

    01/29/2013 6:45:11 AM PST · 13 of 27
    Fletcher J to FlingWingFlyer

    Agreed. I hope the manufacturers make it clear that they would put any goverment orders behind all the backordered civilian sales.

  • Obama Unveils Biggest Gun-Control Push in Decades

    01/16/2013 1:40:21 PM PST · 39 of 42
    Fletcher J to Puppage

    Yep, in today’s brave new world, things that aren’t illegal *yet* are just another “loophole” to be closed until we’re all criminals.

    Why, just last year I was ticketed for doing 74 in a 70mph zone, but lots of other drivers used what I now call the “Interstate loophole” to avoid a ticket like mine. These folks skirted the law by driving 69mph, while the police stood by, completely powerless to stop them!

    Fletcher J

  • Soon to be first time gun owner (newbie questions)

    01/08/2013 11:55:48 AM PST · 60 of 112
    Fletcher J to stuck_in_new_orleans

    I’ll join those posters recommending going to a gun shop that has a range and rental guns. It shouldn’t be too hard to find one.

    Take your time and both of you shoot a variety of handguns and calibers. I can almost guarantee that you’ll find one that you just instinctively like. And, I can guarantee that what you like and your wife likes won’t be the same one... Buy one of each. heh

    Once you purchase your handgun(s), shotgun, or whatever, put in plenty of range time until operating the weapon is second nature, and could be done in the dark, under stress, etc.

    Also, consider what you will use it for - for a handgun to keep at home, light weight is a liability (heavier recoil), whereas if you want a handgun to conceal carry, you want something light and comfortable that you will actually wear.

    For a shotgun, the Remington 870 Express Tactical is a great gun at a reasonable price. Before all my guns were lost in a tragic boating accident, I loaded mine with low-recoil 00 buck shot, with a “side saddle” of extra shotshells on the stock.

  • Belleville chief bans officers from Denny’s; detectives were asked to leave for displaying gun

    01/03/2013 6:28:51 AM PST · 56 of 81
    Fletcher J to servo1969

    Yeah, I’m kind of torn on this one also. Very stupid on the part of the restaurant assistant manager, and I’m glad the police chief is sticking it to the local hoplophobe at Denny’s.

    But on the other hand, Illinois law would have required that these officers arrest me if I were to be caught carrying my TN-legal concealed carry pistol in IL. So they already received better treatment than this law-abiding citizen would...

  • Margaret Thatcher leaves hospital after growth removed

    12/30/2012 5:28:02 AM PST · 8 of 9
    Fletcher J to Olog-hai

    Heck, it was probably just a third ball. Maybe she can loan Obama one of hers, now. :)

  • Prison vs School: The Tour ( A Youtube video back to back comparison)

    12/28/2012 1:21:12 PM PST · 54 of 95
    Fletcher J to metmom

    Ah, the “no true Scotsman” defense again... :)

    If you guys really think that using Sandy Hook is a great lead-in to a pro-homeschooling / anti-public school thread, I hope you aren’t in charge of PR or advertising strategy anywhere. I’m not saying that homeschooling was at fault, I’m saying that it’s really poor “optics”, given that the general public’s perception is that an adult homeschooler murdered tiny public school children.

    You claim I was being disingenuous about Adam being a homeschooler, but “not entirely accurate” (your words), is a good synonym for “far from wrong”... ;)

    But, I’ll gladly concede that Adam wasn’t really a homeschooler, if you’ll ping your ARtH ping list with your opinion on how many years (or percent) of homeschooling it takes before a kid is a “real” homeschooler, and ask for feedback. Let’s get a thread started!

    Once you’ve developed a consensus, you can use that as a determination on whether any given achievement is by a “real” homeschooler, and can therefore be celebrated on a ARtH thread. It’ll require some investigation into each child’s past, but it’s the only way we can all be “entirely accurate”, which is clearly very important.

  • Prison vs School: The Tour ( A Youtube video back to back comparison)

    12/28/2012 12:35:27 PM PST · 49 of 95
    Fletcher J to sitetest

    Cretin? You’ve hurt my feelings. LOL

    I thought you were more rational than the other poster on this thread, but I see now you are more like her than you realize.

  • Prison vs School: The Tour ( A Youtube video back to back comparison)

    12/27/2012 7:58:05 PM PST · 27 of 95
    Fletcher J to sitetest; wintertime

    sitetest, I guessed correctly that I’d get the old “no true Scotsman” defense... lol

    After all, I’m sure that if Adam was a hero who stopped the attack, he’d be a “HOMESCHOOLER!”, right? With non-stop celebratory postings on the “another reason to homeschool” ping list? But since he was instead the lunatic murderer, Adam was really just a public school kid with “brief homeschooling”, not a “real” homeschooler. ;)

    Since I didn’t actually blame homeschooling for the tragedy, I won’t apologize for my “insinuations”. I just couldn’t resist the petty pleasure in pointing that factual tidbit out to wintertime, to watch the mental gymnastics from a true obsessive. I support school choice and know & love lots of great homeschool families,

    Fletcher J

  • Prison vs School: The Tour ( A Youtube video back to back comparison)

    12/27/2012 10:29:25 AM PST · 14 of 95
    Fletcher J to wintertime; metmom

    Wintertime - given that the Sandy Hook mass murderer was home schooled and the victims were public school children, perhaps using the massacre for a diatribe about public school security and a “Another Reason to Homeschool” ping is in poor taste...

  • Inside Britain's Armageddon houses: Meet the 'preppers' who are stockpiling food and weapons

    11/30/2012 12:26:04 PM PST · 34 of 66
    Fletcher J to MeganC

    LOL. Thanks for that post; I really did LOL!

  • Washington Proposes $1 Trillion Bailout for Delinquent Student Loans

    11/30/2012 6:58:45 AM PST · 27 of 57
    Fletcher J to rightwingintelligentsia

    You paid yours off? Well, I hope you’ve learned your lesson that hard work and responsibility are now punished in this country. We reward those with their hands out. ;)

    I paid mine off my student loan years ago also. I borrowed $850 my first semester, and the paperwork was such a hassle I never did it again. This was in the 80’s, before the federal government got involved to help students, so if you went to a reasonably priced public university, you could pay as you went with a part time job during school and full time in the summers.

    Now my kids have to put together a motley assortment of loan packages and scholarship to do what I did with some part-time jobs.

  • Some simple gift suggestions for Christmas

    11/28/2012 11:47:14 AM PST · 49 of 57
    Fletcher J to patriot08

    You could get an inexpensive electronic picture frame and load it with picture of family, or find some of his own old pictures that you can scan.

  • 'Doomsday Preppers' get ready for the endtimes ( 9 and 10 p.m. Tuesday, National Geographic)

    11/14/2012 8:45:57 AM PST · 28 of 29
    Fletcher J to Son House

    Honda generators are the best; we’ve used the smaller models in Haiti with great results.

    That being said, I’ve seen some people advise skipping the generator and purchasing a large power inverter to use with your vehicle. Inverters are much cheaper than an equivalent size quality generator, and there’s no extra maintenance, fuel to rotate, etc. An idling car is not going to draw as much attention to your home. I wouldn’t want to let the car run around the clock, but it can be run when needed, even to let a freezer run for 30 minutes 3 or 4 times per day to keep your food from spoiling.

  • Why I Am Now an Anybody but Obama Voter

    09/27/2012 6:19:50 AM PDT · 63 of 64
    Fletcher J to Yashcheritsiy

    Thank you for your polite response. You make a good point, but I think that informed voters can and should include a subjective judgements in their decision-making progress. That being said, the end of the republic is near if voters keep voting based solely on their “feelings”. That’s what got us Obama in the first place...

    In employment interviews, talking to the candidate and making a judgement call on his intelligence, motives and sincerity is a key to good hires. This holds true for political candidates as well, and we have a wealth of personal stories about both men with which I’ve drawn my subjective conclusion. If it were even close I’d completely discount it from my thoughts on the race, but the two are polar opposites on a personal level.

  • Why I Am Now an Anybody but Obama Voter

    09/26/2012 12:01:30 PM PDT · 59 of 64
    Fletcher J to Yashcheritsiy

    Glad you’re not defensive... LOL I’ll ignore your insults to get straight to the point.

    Romney isn’t exactly a Reagan conservative, but in terms of the individuals themselves, Romney and Obama, there is a big difference between the two.

    Romney is a decent American family man who loves his country. On the other hand, Obama was raised by various America-hating scum, and welcomes seeing this country being humbled economically, politically, and militarily.

    Romney didn’t spend his formative years in Indonesia, wearing a sarong and eating dog meat. Romney’s father was American, not Kenyan. Romney’s mother was not a commie. It won’t require Romney to be elected President for Ann Romney to be proud of America. Romney didn’t spend 20 years listening to a pastor who said “Not God Bless America, god d**n America!”. Romney has never bowed to foreign leaders and gone on a world-wide apology tour. Romney has never associated with known terrorists to begin and maintain his political career. Romney has had a real job and made his own fortune, instead of spending his whole life in make-work jobs provided by political sponsors. Romney has executive experience. Romney has established a record of achievement, instead of breezing thru life with an assist from Affirmative Action. Romney is a hard worker, and not a lazy slug like Obama. Romney has been vetted, unlike Obama. Romney isn’t a narcassist who “wrote” TWO autobiographies before turning 40. Romney has never snorted cocaine or smoked pot. Romney would respect religious beliefs and free speech, unlike Obama. Romney chose conservative Paul Ryan for his running mate, Obama chose Joe Biden - to add some gravitas to the ticket! LOL Romney is promising us conservative governance, Obama is promising us liberal governance.

    Bottom line is that while I might disagree with Romney on a host of issues, I trust his motives. Obama, on the other hand, wants to manage America’s decline so that we are no longer a world leader. That’s a huge and fundamental differentiator between the two.

    This country would be hard-pressed to recover from another 4 years of Obama, so our best hope is to elect Romney and then hold him accountable to conservative principles. We have a chance to do that with Romney, and zero chance with a lame-duck Obama administration.

  • Why I Am Now an Anybody but Obama Voter

    09/26/2012 8:48:48 AM PDT · 42 of 64
    Fletcher J to Yashcheritsiy

    Sorry that you’re so defensive, sweetie, on behalf of the author. Is it someone you know? I’ll stand by my comment, however, which is entirely logical and informed.

    This article is kind of like reading a restaurant review that starts with the author saying that until this week, he couldn’t discern any difference between eating horse shit and a decent meal. Although I may ultimately agree with the author’s conclusion about the restaurant, I would decline to consider him an expert on food.

    Likewise, anyone who couldn’t until recently see any difference between Obama and Romney has been ignorant of the facts, and I’ll look to others for deep politcal insights, thank you.

  • Why I Am Now an Anybody but Obama Voter

    09/26/2012 7:06:31 AM PDT · 29 of 64
    Fletcher J to Yashcheritsiy

    Good grief. Political advice from an author who until a short while ago thought “there was very little difference between Romney and Obama”. Utter ignorance.

    That being said, I’m glad the author has now seen the light and will be voting AGAINST OBAMA in the only effective way possible at this point - voting FOR ROMNEY. Romney was far from my first choice, but he’s light years ahead of our current president, who is clearly our worst case scenario.


  • University of Tennessee Refuses to Ban Pre-Game Prayers

    09/20/2012 7:49:06 AM PDT · 29 of 38
    Fletcher J to Gopher Broke

    GO VOLS!

    I’d like to also point out that the University of Tennessee has an excellent track record on behalf of free speech on campus. The liberals have denigrated the second amendment for years, and now they hold the first amendment in the same regard (if the speech in question isn’t liberal mush). That’s not acceptable at UT; I pray it stays that way.

  • How Democrats’ ‘God’ Complex Handed Mitt Romney the Election in Three Minutes

    09/13/2012 3:15:03 PM PDT · 109 of 109
    Fletcher J to MrB

    Oh, I totally agree, but my second comment was meant as a joke, as Bill Clinton has a long history of “exposing himself”...

  • State Dept Denied Marines From Carrying Live Ammo At Cairo Embassy

    09/13/2012 11:17:11 AM PDT · 8 of 41
    Fletcher J to servo1969

    NO civilian should be able to deny our servicemen the basic tool with which to do their jobs. If this moron ambassador wanted unarmed security, hire them. Don’t bring in unarmed Marines.

    Also, she should be held liable for her idiotic decision-making, if any of our Marines were injured after effectively being dissarmed.

    This lady really puts the ass in ambassador...

  • How Democrats’ ‘God’ Complex Handed Mitt Romney the Election in Three Minutes

    09/07/2012 1:00:35 PM PDT · 106 of 109
    Fletcher J to MrB

    The Democrat party has officially and undeniably become a Godless institution. Thousands of their party delegates voted three times to keep even a single mention of God out of their party platform, and did it during a live TV broadcast.

    BTW, I’m not sure it was a good idea to pray that the Democrats would expose themselves at the convention, given that Bill Clinton would be there... But praise God, he knew what you meant... ;)

  • Judge Says 10 Rare Gold Coins Worth $80 Million Belong to Uncle Sam

    09/07/2012 12:26:48 PM PDT · 64 of 67
    Fletcher J to ZULU

    LOL. Yep, that’s 5 huge reasons to like Tennessee.

    Davy’s essay “Not yours to give” should be required reading for all US citizens.

  • Judge Says 10 Rare Gold Coins Worth $80 Million Belong to Uncle Sam

    09/07/2012 6:52:03 AM PDT · 46 of 67
    Fletcher J to ZULU

    Jackson and Polk were both Tennesseans. Plus, Tennessee voted against Al Gore, thus preventing the USA from getting one of the Worst Democrat presidents. :)

  • New online service promises to match up women with the perfect bra

    05/31/2012 8:31:24 AM PDT · 26 of 27
    Fletcher J to shove_it

    Last year I was at the Bali outlet store with my wife. They had a sign that said “Bra fitter wanted. $7.50 an hour”

    I would have put in my applicaion, but I could only afford to pay $5 an hour at most. sigh