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Posts by Weirdad

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  • Are you hypnotized by the Constitution?

    10/07/2017 3:46:58 PM PDT · 22 of 24
    Weirdad to ProgressingAmerica

    Thanks for posting this and all that you are doing.

  • San Juan’s Crazy Little Marxist Lady Gets Her 15 Minutes Of Fame

    10/01/2017 5:27:50 AM PDT · 9 of 34
    Weirdad to EyesOfTX

    Good article that puts a lot of information in one place combined with good rhetoric about it.

    Reads like a summary of much of what is already here on FR, but consolidated.

    Worth reading. Thanks for the post.

  • Voter fraud commission is urged to consider using gun background-check system for voter eligibility

    10/01/2017 3:20:52 AM PDT · 13 of 15
    Weirdad to rogerantone1

    Bump.

    Bad biased article due to LA Times and dummies nation wide. But it got their goat.

    Great analogous solution from Dr Lott. And it always pisses liberals off when you use their creations from hell (national gun checks) against them.

    I would be happy for starters if we could just get freaking state laws requiring photo-IDs to not be blocked!

    I also think votes for national elections by definition cross state lines, the holy grail for liberals deciding the Feds can regulate something.

    So ALL states need to prevent voter fraud on all national races. States can handle their own school boards but national offices cannot be picked by fraud.

    All states need to make sure that all voters are voting legitimately every time they vote.

  • MSNBC Cuts Off Moore Victory Speech Because He’s Talking About God

    10/01/2017 3:00:01 AM PDT · 56 of 56
    Weirdad to ForYourChildren; Rebelbase; T-Bone Texan

    My tag line for years:

    “Orthodox Americanism: It’s what’s good for the world! (Not communofascism!)”

    LOL.

    I am on FR frequently reading but often do not log in.

    Just logged and saw these pings.

    I have been using the term “Orthodox Americanism” (which to me I invented although in this big world no doubt others also use it) for literally YEARS trying to get the concept picked up, and I do not think anyone has ever noticed before this thread.

    Then all you three Freepers in the same thread notice!

    I share the term “Orthodox American” (and “Orthodox Americanism”) freely with all.

    I think it is a very concise and accurate way to describe what we all are, and what is good for the world compared to other forms of government.

    ORTHODOX AMERICANISM:

    What We the People
    here in
    THESE United States
    were blessed with
    by the geniuses from the 1700’s
    who started our country.

    I am also an Orthodox American.

    Thank you all for noticing.

  • MSNBC Cuts Off Moore Victory Speech Because He’s Talking About God

    09/26/2017 9:43:09 PM PDT · 7 of 56
    Weirdad to ForYourChildren

    And I think he will be elected in the fall.

    I am so excited about our new US Senator!

    He is an Orthodox American!

    Thank you, Alabama!

  • FReeper Jonah Johansen Passed Away

  • FReeper Jonah Johansen Passed Away

    09/23/2017 12:05:12 AM PDT · 31 of 44
    Weirdad to nuconvert

    Thank you for posting to inform us Freepers of this sad news.

    I pray for Jonah Johansen, and for his family, and his close friends.

    We are all blessed by God, though living in our fallen world, in which we Freepers have been included in “The Resistance.”

    Godspeed, Jonah Johansen.

  • A Sad Day for the Limbaugh Family

    09/20/2017 5:30:58 PM PDT · 7 of 17
    Weirdad to Kaslin

    Thanks for the post, Kaslin.

    Thanks for telling this story, “Rusty,” (Rush) and for your continued intelligence, common sense, and courage, all of which you share with your audience and your readers.

  • The Spirit and Prayer

    09/13/2017 5:50:25 AM PDT · 3 of 3
    Weirdad to metmom

    Nice post. Thanks!

  • Where Are The Damned Handcuffs? (Equifax)

    09/10/2017 7:40:57 AM PDT · 41 of 42
    Weirdad to Wolfie

    Great post, thank you.

    This is a really big deal. It will also be the convenient excuse for practically anything that happens now.

    I wrote a long page of comments and then realized that I was just writing another version of the article itself. One could go on and on about this.

    So snippets...

    I do think the credit unions now want EVERYONE to PAY THEM for credit monitoring. (And a government program to make payments to them for “the poor and vulnerable” will be needed too!)

    What better way to get paid than to run their own credit monitoring service to make sure everyone is behaving, including them? “I’m kicking my ass!” (movie quote). CREDIT UNIONS and especially now Equifax HAVE CONSPIRED TO CREATE A MARKET FOR THEIR OWN CREDIT MONITORING SERVICES. Free at first, mandatory later.

    Their requirement for agreeing to arbitration if you sign for the monitoring service is quite a concern also.

    No source of loans or credit or even use of credit scores for rating insurance (etc) should use anything provided by Equifax.

    Americans should also refuse to have anything to do with reports from ANY company (the other two) that does not assure us (with proof) that ALL their records are encrypted and better protected.

    Equifax should now go out of business forever due to lack of public trust. And maybe they should be destroyed officially the same way that any criminal conspiracy is taken apart by authorities.

    (And all the other stuff in the article too!)

    Good riddance Equifax. I hope this snowballs into a movement so that things actually improve in these USA regarding credit bureaus.

  • Malwarebytes

    09/05/2017 10:08:02 AM PDT · 15 of 32
    Weirdad to pabianice

    If you are not already, try using the secure URL to view and log in. Set your bookmark to it. Maybe it was just alerting you that the log in is not secure if you were using the old http only address?

    (Apologies if you were already doing this.)

    Here is the link for secure login:

    https://freerepublic.com

  • Kudos to Hannity for detailing the demonicRAT roots of white supremacy and KKK

    08/16/2017 8:38:08 PM PDT · 20 of 35
    Weirdad to EarlyBird; Texas Eagle
  • The car that actually changed the world had a much quieter rollout than Tesla’s Model 3

    07/30/2017 9:46:57 AM PDT · 36 of 64
    Weirdad to Openurmind

    All the comments on steam engines are really interesting. Thanks.

  • What's The Story Behind Your FR Handle?

    07/23/2017 11:03:45 AM PDT · 311 of 434
    Weirdad to Windflier

    Weirdad. 1998. Lurking well before.

    Am I a paternalistic spelling impaired werewolf? [uh, yeah ...]

    Am I an unusual father (and am I really “weird” or is it the opinion of various and sundry offspring?) ? [uh, yeah ...]

    Am I just named as a way of saying “unusual advertisement ?” [uh, yeah ...]

    https://duckduckgo.com has my FR Page at #3.

    https://google.com ignores me in its usual manner of ignoring conservatives, focuses on “unusual ads,” and finally on page #21 of Google results, a FR post of mine appears indexed by google.


    The fact is that all of the above are true but the prevailing force behind the name was the sentiment (of various and sundry offspring) that I am a weird paternal parental unit...

    ... and ... 19 years later ... that is probably still the case.

  • VANITY: Drudge Blocking Adblock Plus Users ?

    07/07/2017 4:34:59 PM PDT · 63 of 82
    Weirdad to onona

    Here is what to do:

    (1) get the addon NoScript also, learn to to use it of course. It can be a little annoying until you get everything set. If frustrated just use the menu item “temporarily allow all this page” and it generally will make the page work as though you were not using NoScript. However for commonly used pages it is best to make all the outside third party pages that you do not like “untrusted” one at a time until your usual sites are working the way you want but much more securely due to not running numerous privacy and security sucking third party scripts.

    (2) make drudgereport.com “UNTRUSTED” on NoScript — this will prevent javascript from running on drudgereport. The only things it is really needed for are (a) to “refresh” drudge which it does every 1-2 minutes sometimes — can be annoying, and (b) to run the new style ads!

    Without javascript plus with adblock plus (and I use ghostery simultaneously) drudge seems to behave just like its normal old self with the ads properly blocked.

  • What Campus Conservatives Can Learn From Albert Einstein

    06/12/2017 9:15:22 AM PDT · 2 of 4
    Weirdad to Academiadotorg

    Nice post, thank you for this education and ammunition.

  • That tuition isn't free, Gov. Baker. Taxpayers paid for it

    06/09/2017 5:41:29 AM PDT · 6 of 12
    Weirdad to luke1825

    So, the government, or for that matter other do-gooders, or even those who think making professional athletes (and entertaining their royalty) is the most important thing a college does), chooses to pay a FAKE PRICE to help a student.

    The college pulled that FAKE PRICE out of its behind because it knew would be paid for by OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY, so the student getting it free would not care.

    The FREE MARKET is again broken on purpose by government and do-gooders and whoever.

    So who pays? It might be the STUDENTS who are normal middle class kids whose parents have enough resources to not qualify for the do-gooders programs.

    And it is everyone who pays higher prices later to help students pay off their high student loans they had to get due to fake prices in college.

    Baylor example. $600 a credit hour or so added up to sign up for the first semester. a 3 hour per week English class with 100 students for maybe 18 weeks will cost $1800 x 100 = $180,000 for those students to get taught by some teacher who does not even want to teach that class. $10,000 per class. Teacher windfall! Hardly. It gets used for who knows what. Wow! I am in the wrong business, and colleges have zero credibility. I would have taught it for $5,000, only $300 per hour!

  • Memorial Day: There can be no peace with the forces of evil...

    05/29/2017 12:30:31 PM PDT · 9 of 15
    Weirdad to Jim Robinson

    Thanks for the perfect thing to read today.

  • Pope Francis angered by America's 'mother of all bombs' name

    05/06/2017 7:49:10 PM PDT · 73 of 117
    Weirdad to Defiant

    Exactly. It is sarcasm in response to the common and ongoing muslim promotion of violence that was made more obvious by that particular fascist muslim making that particular fascist / muslim boast.

    Sigh ...

  • Why Isn't There A Medical Edward Snowden?

    05/04/2017 10:22:03 AM PDT · 16 of 20
    Weirdad to RArtfulogerDodger; kaila

    Totally right, kaila. No way the “third leading cause of death” is medical mistakes.

    It is one of those obvious things that Freepers usually see through. These studies are mis-done, mis-cited, mal-used.

    They are GloBull Warming!

    They are fake news.

    Medicine is not perfect, and there are mistakes, some that kill, but it is unmitigated BS that medical mistakes are the third leading cause of death. Not even close.


    Gosh, Popeye was driving along and car driven by Brutus crosses the midline and comes at him head on. Popeye steers more right, and Brutus does too, then Popeye goes off the road to the right, just as Brutus pulls back to the left, laughing. Popeye tries to pull back on, but flips and dies.

    Cause of death, Popeye’s driver error, yeah, right. His error killed him.


    An illegal alien gang beats Gilligan to what seems like his death.

    But Gilligan is then miraculously revived, and is recovering post-op, with a “Foley Catheter” in place monitoring his urine output.

    But he catches a urine infection, gets sepsis, and in his weakened state, dies.

    Mothers Against Drunk Foley Use (MADFU) concur and demand the dismal state of American Medicine be made even more bureaucratic.

    So was it murder by the illegal gang? Well, the police might think so, but the medical pushers working toward centralized control of medicine say this:

    NO, Gilligan is another victim of medical mistakes.

    That’s how these crap studies work!


    105 year old man in nursing home can’t sleep, has some itching, and the doctor orders half a teaspoon (6.25 mg) of Benadryl. Next morning he is found dead. Cause of death: MEDICAL MISTAKE, that drug is on “The Beer’s List” of stuff that might be a little hard on the elderly, that doctor KILLED him, he would have lived a long full life if that medical mistake had not been made.

    That’s how these people are classifying these things.

    Crap “Science” being misused. GloBull Warming version 2.


    They are crap and people need to stop citing them except to criticize them just like we call BS on globull warming.

    And if “you” (generically) do cite them, quit complaining about how expensive and awkward and inaccessible medicine gets, because you are also killing people with your demands that make medical drivers go only 4 mph so they don’t accidentally hit anything.