Posts by RFEngineer

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  • Repairing the ObamaCare Wreckage

    06/29/2015 11:02:21 PM PDT · 27 of 28
    RFEngineer to Taxman

    “Single payer has been the plan since well before then, BTW.”

    Whatever the reason, it’s hard to argue over the ultimate conclusion.

  • Repairing the ObamaCare Wreckage

    06/29/2015 11:01:18 AM PDT · 15 of 28
    RFEngineer to EagleUSA

    “But it should be noted that Medicaid (pure welfare) and Medicare (funded by its truly eligible users) are VERY different things”

    Medicare is not completely funded by its truly eligible users. Not even close. So from a taxpayers perspective, there isn’t much difference between a Medicaid user and a Medicare user - sorry to burst your bubble.

    We are going to “single payer” because there is no way Medicare and Medicaid “cost shifting” to private insurers can occur with such high numbers of complete freeloaders (Medicaid), or mostly freeloaders (Medicare).

  • Puerto Rico is America’s Greece

    06/29/2015 5:49:36 AM PDT · 8 of 8
    RFEngineer to quadrant

    “The best policy is to give PR its independence.”

    As much crap as they talk, they don’t want their independence. What they want is their Social Security checks and their disability checks, which are “granted” at a far greater rate than... (pick any county in West Virginia)

  • It’s the End of America as We Know It, and America Feels Fine

    06/27/2015 12:51:27 PM PDT · 37 of 41
    RFEngineer to GeronL

    “I no longer recognize this country, I will no longer celebrate it”

    Conservatives need to understand what just happened, and react appropriately.

    Did you see how quickly the “Confederate Flag” issue commenced from start to finish? It was pre-programmed.

    We need to pre-program a response to socialist institutions - when they fail (and they always will) we need to have a pre-programmed response ready and waiting for an appropriate time.

    It shows how fast change can occur. It takes time to set the groundwork - but if choreographed in advance, it can happen fast.

    They knew what they wanted and pursued it relentlessly and when given the slightest opportunity - they executed.

    If we want to keep the republic - we need to have a plan to dismantle every single socialist institution. Every Tyrannical department. Discredit as many of those responsible along the way.

    If you don’t do that - a better organized tyrant will.

  • The Confederate flag is not enough: Why our new race debate misses the point

    06/25/2015 5:11:37 AM PDT · 31 of 136
    RFEngineer to Cincinatus' Wife

    “Responding to widespread public pressure”

    Responding to pressure from people she admires, which includes, apparently, the press, northeastern liberal media, and our communist president and his government.

    If you think that burying a flag that is historically American (like it or not) is going to be enough, it won’t be. If you think wiping away everything named after “Lee” or “Jackson” or “Davis” and renaming them for communist heroes is going be enough, it won’t.

    If you think that melting down every last statue representing the Confederate era, it won’t be.

    This is about dividing today’s America. This is about excluding the South from political dialog - because we are more conservative - more American - than our government prefers.

    Go ahead, do your worst. America will be saved, if it is to be saved, by a Southerner. No other region has the respect for what America actually IS - manifested by putting it in to action more than the South.

    Nikki Haley has shown herself to be a short-sighted politician. She still won’t be welcome in the liberal circles she wishes to impress. She’s a woman, she’s got brown skin, and she’s “foreign” - so they will always hate her.

    Contrast that with the citizens of South Carolina who elected her to lead them as Governor.

    If she can’t see that, she’s self-immolating as a political figure - and betraying her fellow Southerners by somehow linking a deranged killer with a historically American flag.

  • POPULAR SECURITY SOFTWARE CAME UNDER RELENTLESS NSA AND GCHQ ATTACKS

    06/23/2015 6:53:32 PM PDT · 52 of 101
    RFEngineer to DugwayDuke

    “My point is this: if you don’t like this kind of thing then explain how NSA can build a spy tool that cannot be used to spy on citizens.”

    No, you don’t have a point, nor do you have a creative thought in your mind on how this might be accomplished.

    The NSA can have all the tools they want. They just can’t use them against US citizens - but they do anyway.

    So, one could prosecute those involved in spying on Americans without a warrant.

    The NSA could bend over backwards to delete information that they believe is about US citizens.

    So MY point is that how is it that the NSA can deploy tools that cannot exclude data from US citizens for which they do not have a valid warrant?

  • Where Pope Francis Goes Horribly Wrong With His Economics

    06/20/2015 1:18:41 PM PDT · 24 of 24
    RFEngineer to ConservativeMan55

    “Francis is the False Prophet.”

    Francis is just a man. An incredibly stupid and ignorant man who will kill the poor with his stupidity.

    He’s sullied his church in much the same way our president has sullied our Constitution.

  • US Catholics ready to follow Pope's 'marching orders' on climate change

    06/18/2015 2:00:09 PM PDT · 50 of 543
    RFEngineer to detective

    “US Catholics ready to follow Pope’s ‘marching orders’”

    Our founding fathers distrusted Catholicism for just this very reason - that Americans may follow ‘marching orders’ rather than ‘law and order’.

    The Nation State sprang up post Reformation for this very reason as well - the world got sophisticated enough to separate the politics from the religion.

    Neither this pope nor any other will succeed in putting that genie back in the bottle.

    The more this guy runs his mouth, the fewer Catholics he’ll have around to fund this nonsense in the future.

    Never trust an Argentinian to do a man’s job.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/16/2015 1:58:53 PM PDT · 108 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “You’ve proven to me even an RF Engineer hasn’t the first clue about police matters, criminals or real life events. You have clearly established this and you’re likely a closet bleeding heart leftist.”

    Really? I think I know it too well, and that is the problem you have with me. You have no idea what underpins the bleeding heart of a leftist - here is a hint: It’s closer to you than it is to me.

    “You’ve actually admitted trained law enforcement dogs should not bite down hard enough to put a suspect in the hospital overnight. Do you have any GD idea how insane that sounds?”

    No, you claim I said that. You know this but didn’t care to actually quote what I did say. Dishonest.

    “You were not at the scene and you have not the slightest clue what happened. Even when told a 12 year old silhouetted in the dark can easily be taken for an adult. You literally ran from that statement.”

    Nor were you. The only information I need to know that something is wrong is the 2 or 3 day hospital stay.

    It doesn’t matter if the “silhouette” was 12 years old or 32 years old - (though it is more emotional that there is a kid criminal involved). Regardless, the dog needs to be in positive control. You don’t get that. You think that it’s fun to torture suspects. You’re a sick man.

    I think that there is a very good chance that the cop was lazy, slow and out of shape and not good at his job and used the dog to compensate. So the kid gets bitten and hospitalized because the cop didn’t have control over the dog.

    Why don’t you post a picture of the cop - since you were so eager to post a picture of the wound on the kid. That is all we’ll need to see to know if that is what actually happened.

    “But you had no problem believing what the criminal accomplices and the criminal attorney alleged. Did ya Mr. Engineer?”

    Again - thats what YOU say. I used information in the report that had not been attributed to the attorney, and I told you that repeatedly. Do you know what that word means? It means the report specifically stated something that (in context) is part of the reporting, NOT a quote from the attorney. You say the reporter lied. You know a thing or two about prevarication don’t you? Yes, you do.

    “The article told ya the cops announced they’d set the dog on the suspect if he did not comply”

    Ah, you are at it again. Where did I say it was wrong to deploy a dog against the suspect? I never said that. I said that if you are going to deploy a dog you had better be able to control it. That didn’t happen, did it?

    “Because they know the dog is going to bite the shit out of them “

    That’s now how police dogs are trained. Did you know that? Apparently not.

    “You bought it all convinced it was the cop and his dog who are the bad guys here.”

    No, I stated the obvious. The cop did not have control over the dog. He was supposed to - he didn’t. You say the doctor lied. Again, you sure do have a thing for throwing that assertion around. Do you know what that word means? It means you called the doctor a liar so he could fill a hospital bed. I doubt that.

    “Do you have any idea how f’d up and liberally twisted that way of thinking is?”

    Again - liberalism is supported and underpinned by inappropriate use of force, throwing around inappropriate big words, and cussing and fuming when someone won’t kow-tow to your point of view.

    YOU are closer to liberal than I will ever be - you are also likely a sociopath, of the very sort that is attracted to (liberal) politics and often police work.

    “My advise to you would be stick to RFEngineer, you’ll be much better off.”

    Thanks.

    Now, back to the facts as I originally observed:

    An injury that results in a 3 day hospital stay (or 2 day) is indicative of a handler who does not have positive control over his dog.

    If you disagree with that - say why - without claiming a conspiracy of lawyers/doctors/reporters.

    Then we’d just likely have agreed to disagree. Far more civil, wouldn’t you say?

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/16/2015 4:42:09 AM PDT · 106 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “LOL...Can I see your evidence?”

    You laugh at the fact that this community has a guy handling his dog that either doesn’t know how to do it right,or doesn’t care enough to do it right, or is too lazy to do it right.

    The evidence presented that this is so is that a kid was put in the hospital - admitted by a doctor - and his treatment took 2 or 3 days. How did that happen? Maybe there is a logical explanation - but you blame everything but the police officer and his dog as if it were an interlocked web of conspiracy between doctors and lawyers and reporters.

    You don’t care that this happened, I do. Must we discuss this any further? I think not.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/16/2015 4:35:34 AM PDT · 105 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “Is your answer not to put a burglary suspect in the hospital?”

    Is there something wrong with that answer? That is the whole point. The handler did not have control of the dog. Why was that? was there something wrong with the dog or it’s training? Was there something wrong with the handler or his training?

    These are things that you fail to mention as even possibilities - and you gloss over the fact that a kid criminal had to be admitted to the hospital for two or three days. Something went wrong, and you claim it’s everything but where the evidence points.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:38:19 PM PDT · 102 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “So you’re suggesting police dogs only bite enough to cause superficial first aid types wounds?”

    I’m suggesting police dogs do what properly trained police dogs, with properly trained handlers do.

    The evidence presented shows that the dog was allowed to chew on a kids arm without it’s handler stopping it.

    Many people agree with you on this thread - that it’s no big deal. I disagree.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:34:42 PM PDT · 101 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “Why are you evading the questions?”

    There is only one point being made here. You are the one evading.

    “Is it ‘OK’ to put a kid criminal in the hospital for 2 or 3 days because a dog isn’t under proper control of it’s handler”

    That’s it. that is all that we are discussing, really.

    I said “no”, Your answer has been:

    “it was only 2 days, not 3 according to one report”
    “he needed stitches to close the wound”
    “Lawyers lie”
    “Doctors pack beds”
    “Reporters don’t tell the truth”
    “My sister had her tonsils out”
    etc....

    You are the only one evading.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:29:41 PM PDT · 100 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “That made no sense at all.”

    OK

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:29:11 PM PDT · 98 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “BTW, did it ever occur to you in the dark a 12 year old’s silhouette could easily be mistaken as an adult?”

    They had two kids in custody, apparently. There is that to consider - but leaving that aside. It is far more likely that the handler was overweight and could not pursue the “silhouette” so he sent the dog. By the time he caught up and called the dog off, the kid had been chewed on a while.

    Since we are speculating now, because you can’t honestly address the point at hand, that’s my speculation.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:25:12 PM PDT · 97 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    I’m surprised you trust a report like this. Two days, three days.....doesn’t change the point materially, unless, like your hurt feelings from my previous post, you want to exaggerate and say that since both reports don’t agree to the time in the hospital they must both be “lies”.

    So now not only do you attribute ill motive to the lawyer, but now the doctors, the reporters, and me for pointing out that maybe there is a problem when a dog/handler puts someone, a 12 year old criminal in training, in the hospital. That also makes me a ‘bleeding heart’. Did I miss anything?

    Everyone screws up except the dog/handler (who put the kid in the hospital) and you, and it took you 20 posts to come up with something that contradicted “3 days in the hospital” and the best you could do was “2 days in the hospital”.

    The point stands. If a handler/dog puts a kid in the hospital for 2 (or 3) days, somebody didn’t have control over the dog. That’s the point. You can argue over lawyers, doctors, reporters all you want.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:08:45 PM PDT · 93 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    If it requires a 12 year old to be hospitalized then that’s probably not “positive control”.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:07:04 PM PDT · 92 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “fabricate what others say fine. Just do not do that with me.”

    Oh you poor thing. You got your feelings hurt by my words!

    Be reasonable and don’t complain about things that you do, not with me.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 7:31:04 PM PDT · 88 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    So what are you saying? This is a canine under positive control of the handler?

    So we have an out of control lawyer, anD now an out of control doctor sending kids to the hospital for three days.

    Who knew this was the big story here?

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 7:23:57 PM PDT · 86 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    Again, the statement about length of hospital stay and the description of the injury is NOT attributed to the attorney. If you have different information let’s have it without further adieu. So what have you got?

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 6:23:04 PM PDT · 80 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “This is not complex.”

    No. It really isnt. You have no information to contradict the reported facts of the story regarding injury and length of hospital stay.

    So you are being pointlessly intransigent about you being full of crap.

    If you have info contradicting the facts directly, I’d be interested in hearing it.

    You apparently dont, so you are flying off on philosophical tangents and waxing pointlessly about things that are unrelated to the facts I keep asking about.

    So we are left with a kid criminal with a severe enough bite from a police dog that he had to spend three days in the hospital. That is not OK if it is true.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 12:22:09 PM PDT · 78 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    So just like the attorney, you have no actual information on this case to contradict reported facts that the kid sustained an injury from a police dog bite that required three days of inpatient hospital treatment?

    Is that correct?

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:53:54 AM PDT · 76 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    Do you have any info that contradicts what is reported in the article, and not attributed to the lawyer? This would be info that contradicts the reported Length of hospital stay, and nature of injury?

    You can provide this if you have it.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:51:24 AM PDT · 75 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    Post what info you have that directly contradicts reported facts. If you have nothing, which is to be assumed since you’ve provided nothing, then your input is not needed.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 11:48:55 AM PDT · 74 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    Do you have any information to contradict the reported facts, namely the kid was hospitalized for 3 days, and it was because of an injury sustained by a police dog?

    If you do, then please post it. If not, stop ranting.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/15/2015 4:45:26 AM PDT · 68 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “It was the criminal’s attorney who told ya the sad tales of cruelty and how much severe extensive damage was done to the poor victim.

    That’s not in the article.

    What is in the article mentioning the attorney is that he “has to return to the doctor every week” and mentions of “nerve damage”.

    The diagnosis and length of stay are verifiable. Are you saying that you know that the kids attorney made that up? Are you saying he didn’t spend 3 days in the hospital?

    If you’re going to go down that road (and you did) you have to be more specific and not just make implications.

    I’ll help you out here - What you seem to be saying is that the kid/criminal got a “standard” police dog bite and the attorney had him hospitalized for 3 days so that he could file a frivolous case against the police.

    Is that what you are saying?

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/14/2015 8:33:57 PM PDT · 51 of 108
    RFEngineer to dragnet2

    “Or maybe just bark and do tricks.”

    What kind of tricks?

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/14/2015 7:43:55 PM PDT · 48 of 108
    RFEngineer to ozzymandus

    Yes, big fan.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/14/2015 7:43:32 PM PDT · 47 of 108
    RFEngineer to LaRueLaDue

    This kid/criminal had to spend three days in the hospital because either: 1. The dog was not trained properly or 2. The officer handling the dog was not trained properly.

    The whole point of the dog is that it obeys commands - as such it is EXACTLY like recalling the bullet once it is out of the barrel - if handler and dog are trained properly.

    a bite is one thing, 3 days in the hospital is something different and not the end-result desired under any circumstances from a police dog.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/14/2015 6:37:58 PM PDT · 41 of 108
    RFEngineer to piytar

    I’m all caught up now. no worries.

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/14/2015 6:10:38 PM PDT · 35 of 108
    RFEngineer to piytar

    “So you accept the accomplices’ statements as bonafide fact? That’s interesting.”

    No, I’m accepting the description of his arm as “mangled” and the required 3 days in the hospital as fact.

    Is it still interesting?

  • Orlando police dog mangled arm of 12-year-old burglary suspect

    06/14/2015 5:35:17 PM PDT · 15 of 108
    RFEngineer to kiryandil

    If a dog was not under positive control, then it shouldn’t be used in law enforcement.

    If the dog was under positive control, then the officer shouldn’t be employed in law enforcement.

    If he can’t tell the difference, he shouldn’t venture too far from parking enforcement.

  • Britain Pulls Out Spies as Russia, China Crack Snowden Files - Report (US spies also at risk)

    06/14/2015 5:11:57 AM PDT · 78 of 128
    RFEngineer to mbrfl

    “His agenda was always different from ours.”

    I don’t disagree with this.

    But you have to complete the circle. The NSA’s agenda is also different from ours.

    Would you be surprised to find out that, like the IRS, the NSA collects and exploits political intelligence that benefits entrenched government interests?

    No other action - other than the will to do it - is required as the technology is already in place - only the will to use government apparatus against ones political “enemies” is needed.

    So I will surmise - with good reason - that whatever the NSA is, it is also the political intelligence arm of the Democrat Party - using it’s information to blackmail and influence and mold public opinion to it’s own end.

    Yeah, Snowden is whatever he is. But so is the NSA.

    I want to see Snowden and anyone (and everyone) at the NSA who is complicit in these illegal acts jailed for a long time.

    They are not Americans.

  • Young Delta, Utah man robbed, had ‘Die Fag’ carved into his arm, forced to drink bleach

    06/14/2015 4:56:53 AM PDT · 23 of 115
    RFEngineer to SampleMan

    “An arm is where people write on themselves.”

    Plus, carving “fag” into your own arm is much less painful than carving “homosexual” or “fancy-man”

  • Indictment handed down against officer in Walter Scott shooting

    06/08/2015 9:44:50 AM PDT · 26 of 54
    RFEngineer to Mouton

    “the police will be no where to be found”

    I’m assuming they will still expect their paychecks even if they decide to not do their job.

    Taxpayers shouldn’t have to pay for their own defense, plus provide a paycheck and a retirement to those who get all passive aggressive when one of them gets indicted for shooting someone in the back.

  • Why I Defaulted On My Student Loans

    06/06/2015 5:55:06 PM PDT · 37 of 111
    RFEngineer to Benito Cereno

    This guy is a douche, but there is a larger point of allowing student loans to be cleared in bankruptcy, which I think should be allowed. Lenders need to take their part in ensuring borrowers can repay, as much as borrowers need to pay as agreed.

    But circumstances change, and bankruptcy should be an option.

    That will change academia fundamentally, as they are used to stupid kids paying sticker price no matter what they actually get for it.

    Obviously, this guy has some other fundamental personality flaws besides being a whiner.

  • The Liberal Arts Are Dead; Long Live STEM

    06/02/2015 11:36:15 AM PDT · 21 of 37
    RFEngineer to Billthedrill

    “That dilution is pretty easy to restore”

    I think you are partly correct, and partly mistaken.

    You are right that enforcing rigor is not that difficult in concept.

    However, if you actually sought to restore rigor to humanities curricula, you’d have fewer (a lot fewer) students paying tuition.

    “Institutions of Higher Learning” are first and foremost money-siphons - they want paying butts in seats and prioritize that much more than they do the rigor of their curricula.

    The mission of Academia today is to fleece the stupid, and accidentally educate the able.

    How does restoring rigor fit into this? It doesn’t.

  • BREAKING: Pope takes major step toward formal heresy

    06/01/2015 9:04:14 AM PDT · 704 of 1,178
    RFEngineer to verga

    I assume you mean a Protestant version of Non-Catholic.

    I know Calvinists believe in “predestination” which I believe fits into the description that “Free will doesn’t exist”

    There is a certain consistency to the argument of an all-powerful God knowing in advance all things in the future and with a “plan” for each of us. I just don’t believe it.

    I’m not a Calvinist and I believe that free will not only exists, but is essential to us and Him.

  • No Time for Hillary Scandals -- Every Reporter Everywhere Is Covering the Dennis Hastert Indictment

    05/31/2015 1:01:03 PM PDT · 27 of 28
    RFEngineer to David Isaac

    “Maybe the reason the GOP arrives at so many traitorous compromises with the Dems is because so many of them, especially the leaders, are “conpromised”. “

    That certainly is true, in the political sense. They have, as a group, continuously compromised any “conservative” credentials they might have had - and that’s been going on since before 2000. I think you can date that to the time that conservatives have been asked to “hold your nose and pull the lever”.

    The GOP slogan for 2016 should be “Not as many sociopaths as the other guys, maybe”

  • The U.S. Navy’s Big Mistake; Building Tons of Supercarriers

    05/28/2015 12:10:32 PM PDT · 143 of 156
    RFEngineer to Jim Noble

    “There is no President who would kill a million civilians over a successful attack on a military target.”

    Do you mean American civilians, or non-American civilians.

    I’m quite sure our current President would not authorize the killing of a million non-Americans, no matter what happened.

    I’m not so sure he would sweat the death of a million Americans as much though - over much less.

  • BREAKING: Pope takes major step toward formal heresy

    05/26/2015 1:32:31 PM PDT · 33 of 1,178
    RFEngineer to piusv

    C’mon,this will be fun! We’ll teach y’all how to handle the snakes. Once you get the hang of it, it’s pretty fun, and if they bite you it brings that much closer to God.

    You bring the wine, though, you can’t have a party on grape juice and that’s all we got.

  • Americans in Canada racing to give up passports

    05/25/2015 10:12:23 AM PDT · 24 of 32
    RFEngineer to cripplecreek

    Did you read the article? They live in Canada. They are just staying there.

  • Americans in Canada racing to give up passports

    05/25/2015 9:03:54 AM PDT · 11 of 32
    RFEngineer to cripplecreek

    “I won’t turn tail and run away.”

    These people are being chased away. They should be free to live as they wish.

    The only people who have a hint of freedom in this country are illegal aliens. They come and go as they please, and are accountable to nobody.

    That America allows foreigners to have liberty in America and disallows liberty for America living in foreign countries is beyond bizarre.

    It’s not “turning tail and running” for the folks in this story. They are being forced under threat of account confiscation to do this. There is a difference.

  • Leaked Report Profiles Military, Police Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

    05/24/2015 11:04:12 AM PDT · 191 of 848
    RFEngineer to Salamander

    “We tend to find what we are seeking, consciously or otherwise.”

    Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. What do you think biker gangs think a cigar is?

  • Leaked Report Profiles Military, Police Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

    05/24/2015 10:33:21 AM PDT · 185 of 848
    RFEngineer to Salamander

    “You are the one who is fixated on faggotry.”

    We’re talking about biker gangs, they are kinda gay, in my opinion.

    “It would be rather difficult for me to be the “alpha male” of anything, considering that I’m not even male.”

    Maybe.... but it doesn’t prevent you from drawing deliberately misleading conclusions, like “If you don’t belong to a biker gang you hate veterans”

  • Boeing Unveils Amazing, Slightly Terrifying New Electromagnetic Pulse Weapon

    05/24/2015 10:22:17 AM PDT · 14 of 84
    RFEngineer to lbryce

    Boeing’s CHAMP is an “IEMI” Intentional Electromagnetic Interference weapon. It is subject to the “inverse square” law - so it must be relatively close to it’s intended target, which generally must be above ground for it to be effective.

    An EMP from a nuclear detonation is different - in frequency content, and in being subject to “inverse square” for a variety of technical reasons.

    The map presented is for GIC (geomagnetically Induced Currents) that are a potential impact for a HEMP event, or a geomagnetic storm.

    The CHAMP would not have anything to do with the depicted map.

  • Leaked Report Profiles Military, Police Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

    05/24/2015 10:05:27 AM PDT · 178 of 848
    RFEngineer to Salamander

    “At least 70% of our biker friends are veterans.”

    Oh, so now if you aren’t for vaguely gay biker gangs not only are you an “Obama voter” but now you’re “against veterans” somehow.

    Again, independent American Men do not need to join a “biker gang” - they simply “ride their motorcycle” wherever and whenever they feel like it, nor do they need to be told what “uniform” to wear when they do. Nor do they whine when they are called out (or arrested) for their own or the behavior of those they choose to directly associate when they do illegal things.

    “Your screed was the most repulsive, psychologically loaded, yet.”

    You’re not the Alpha Male in your biker gang, are you?

  • Leaked Report Profiles Military, Police Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

    05/24/2015 7:49:56 AM PDT · 147 of 848
    RFEngineer to TexasGator; Rides_A_Red_Horse

    The posters statement that if you object to the gang mentality one is “anti-biker” and therefore must be an “Obama voter” is what is most amusing to me.

    He’s not too bright, which is a common denominator of many followers, who usually also do not have a strong, traditional male role model in their life to teach them right from wrong.

  • Leaked Report Profiles Military, Police Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

    05/24/2015 7:14:38 AM PDT · 135 of 848
    RFEngineer to Rides_A_Red_Horse

    “Want to smear us some more?”

    Who, exactly, is “us”?

  • Leaked Report Profiles Military, Police Members of Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

    05/24/2015 7:11:56 AM PDT · 133 of 848
    RFEngineer to Rides_A_Red_Horse

    Son, stupid and gay is no way to go through life.

    Read what I posted and understand what I said.