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Posts by Captain Rhino

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  • 'Good Morning America's' Amy Robach apologizes for 'Racial Slur' During Broadcast

    08/23/2016 4:19:30 AM PDT · 40 of 50
    Captain Rhino to dr_lew

    POC (people (alternatively, persons) of color)is the current PC term. It is actually a broader term than colored people which, in its segregation days, referred exclusively to persons of African racial heritage. POC embraces everyone who is not visually European in descent.

    (I was going to say Caucasian but that term applies not only to Europeans but also to persons from southwestern part of Asia (Middle East to India). However, some of those Caucasians are as dark or darker than many Africans, so the PC crowd goes with visual appearance rather than strict racial categories.)

  • Clinton calls La. governor to discuss floods

    08/19/2016 2:32:24 PM PDT · 73 of 95
    Captain Rhino to ColdOne

    My thoughts exactly.

    President Bush diverts route of Air Force One to do a visual reconnaissance but does not land out of consideration for the disruption it will cause. Dems: What a cold hearted unfeeling SOB.

    Hiliary and “Links” Obama decide to call it in. Dems: How considerate not to go there a cause a disruption.

    My feeling is that the people of Louisiana will remember who showed up and who didn’t.

  • Climate-change activists call for tax policies to discourage childbirth

    08/19/2016 11:24:02 AM PDT · 26 of 61
    Captain Rhino to Blood of Tyrants

    It would be politically incorrect to point out that all the runaway population growth is occurring in the developing world. Positively racist to suggest they implement similar policies to reduce child bearing there. No, in typical liberal/left fashion, the proposal is to punish countries with at or below replacement birth rates further. Yeah, and let’s encourage people from those overpopulated countries to come here and have more babies so the tax base won’t decline and the politicians can buy their votes with handouts. Sounds incredibly familiar somehow.


  • Chilling 'satanic human sacrifice' video spooks scientists working at (CERN) {tr}

    08/18/2016 9:37:08 AM PDT · 48 of 121
    Captain Rhino to BenLurkin

    Since both personal experience (to include living for a time in India) and research (Internet and otherwise) informs that the CERN statue is of Shiva (along with the attestation by the Indian Government to that fact as cited in the link), can you provide a source (with image) for your assertion it is, in fact, a statue of Kali?

  • Chilling 'satanic human sacrifice' video spooks scientists working at (CERN) {tr}

    08/18/2016 8:36:54 AM PDT · 23 of 121
    Captain Rhino to rjsimmon

    For what it’s worth, the statute is a standard depiction of Shiva, the Hindu god of creation and destruction, performing the “Cosmic Dance.” The dance, depending on how vigorously Shiva performs it, is either one of creation or destruction.

    The statue in the courtyard at CERN is a gift from the government of India.

  • Gay activists launch $104 million suit against Christian for preaching at Pride Parade

    08/18/2016 4:25:46 AM PDT · 10 of 35
    Captain Rhino to LegendHasIt

    Yes, but this Canada, not the United States. (Well, at least not yet.)

  • Florida woman dead after accidentally shot by officer during citizen police academy roleplay

    08/10/2016 5:55:51 AM PDT · 94 of 122
    Captain Rhino to grundle

    Another article on the incident with picture of the deceased:

    Though not stated in the article, I am beginning to think this was an improperly cleared weapon incident. That is, the live round was already in the chamber (as a part of on duty carry) but the officer failed to properly clear the weapon when the magazine with live rounds was exchanged for the magazine filled with blanks.

    The officer had probably taught the class many times in the past. All that is needed is some small interruption/distraction to throw off the rhythm; the, by now, nearly automatic execution of steps to prepare the duty weapon for the demonstration and you end up omitting one. And the result is a weapon with a live round in the chamber and a magazine full of blanks.

    Formula for disaster: complacency+rushed+improper controls+mixing live and blank ammunition. Yeah, what could possibly go wrong?

    An earlier post mentioned blue rubber training pistols. In this case, you probably needed a blue painted functional pistol with a permanent plug in the breech. It would cycle like a real pistol with blanks but it would be impossible to fully load a live round. Not completely fool-proof (you could end up with a scenario similar to Brandon Lee’s death while filming “Crow”). But better than relying on procedures alone.

  • Juvenile Fights in Downtown Pittsburgh Shock Residents

    08/09/2016 6:28:53 PM PDT · 25 of 34
    Captain Rhino to bgill

    Read the comments by the mayor on social media use by the yutes.

    Wonder what the effect would be if every 2 minutes a posting along the lines of the following appeared on the site:


    All postings are considered spontaneous unsolicited public statements and can be used in legal proceedings without prior consent or rights warnings.

    Postings soliciting or encouraging illegal criminal activities will be considered evidence of intent and conspiracy to commit and the original poster and any reposters will be subject to criminal prosecution under the applicable laws.


  • Liberals just discovered something MORE absurd than “white privilege”

    08/09/2016 7:49:04 AM PDT · 13 of 22
    Captain Rhino to TigerClaws

    Oh, no; there is more to come. After phobia, comes psychosis with mandatory “treatment” to cure you of any politically incorrect thoughts. As Orwell eloquently expressed it in “1984,” the left doesn’t merely want your acquiesence to their demands, it wants you to whole heartedly adopt and espouse its belief system and it is prepared to subvert and corrupt every element of government and society in order to achieve its ends.

  • The Fight for the "Right to Repair"

    08/08/2016 6:54:47 PM PDT · 34 of 34
    Captain Rhino to wally_bert


    Make sure to wear something to protect you from all the thermal energy coming off that screen at such a close distance.

    BTW, how much does a 4K 48-inch color monitor cost?

  • The Fight for the "Right to Repair"

    08/08/2016 1:16:53 PM PDT · 27 of 34
    Captain Rhino to Mr. Douglas

    Agree. But this has been going on for sometime.

    About 20-25 years ago, had one of the kid’s VCRs go out after a thunderstorm. It was a couple of years after we purchased it but it had cost @$250, so it might be worth fixing. Took it into the repair department of a big box electronics store. Service department wanted a prepaid $90 troubleshooting fee up front in addition to the ultimate cost of the repair. No, thanks. Went around to the VCR section and bought a new one with better features for $150. Took the old one to the electronics salvage point at the county dump.

    But this “don’t repair, get a new one” doesn’t just apply to inexpensive low end items. Bought a $1700 55” Sony Bravio Digital TV system (TV+Blu-Ray Player+Sound System+Speakers) in 2009 with a supplemental 4 year warranty. After 20 months of service, the power supply in the TV developed a problem. Called the warranty number to set up a repair visit. Day later, warranty department calls back. This particular model was out of production and the power supply problem was so widespread they had used up all the spare repair kits. Result: 100% purchase price store credit ($1700) towards the purchase of a new television. Spent a little more and got a 3D Sony set WITH an extended warranty. Still going strong after 5 years. When it goes out, it will go to the salvage point as well.

    Next one will probably be 4K, maybe curved. May be awhile. With the kids grown and out on their own, we don’t watch that much television any more(on the big screen that is) - except, of course, during football season.

  • [UPDATE:]Chancellor Modifies Course-Paintings to be Relocated(Uni. of Wisconsin-Stout Moves to C

    08/08/2016 8:10:17 AM PDT · 29 of 51
    Captain Rhino to Dilbert San Diego

    “First Nation” is also the Canadian legal term for Native Americans/American Indians or aborigines as they are some times referred to. Wisconsin being on the northern border with Canada, its use may just be a little appropriation by a liberal student journalist.

  • Researcher Says Government Is Racist For Recommending Milk

    08/06/2016 5:22:57 AM PDT · 54 of 89
    Captain Rhino to Cboldt

    As the article indicates, ALL HUMANS are lactose tolerant as infants. The intolerance arises when certain racial groups stop producing the enzyme needed to digest milk between the ages of 2 and 5 years of age. Europeans, especially western and northern Europeans, retain this genetic adaption because milk and milk-based products are a continuing source of nutrition and feature heavily in Europed-derived diets.

    Since the issue of lactose intolerance in certain adult populations has been widely known for at least 30 years and the market has already responded by providing a variety of lactose free products, this is yet another example of a racialist (professional racism monger) tempest in a teapot.

    I’m sure we will be hearing about a major initiative on it from the Clinton campaign at any moment.

  • 'Deceased' FBI Agent Found At Trump Tower With Silenced Pistol

    08/04/2016 4:38:17 PM PDT · 36 of 283
    Captain Rhino to navymom1

    Could just as easily be establishment Republicans given the bad blood between them and Trump.

  • 'Deceased' FBI Agent Found At Trump Tower With Silenced Pistol

    08/04/2016 4:36:38 PM PDT · 29 of 283
    Captain Rhino to Blood of Tyrants

    Shall we start counting to see how long before MSM publishes this story?

    But first we need to decide on the unit of measure for the count.

    Days? Weeks? Months? Years? Centuries?

  • Woman killed in London attack was an American, police say

    08/04/2016 8:11:34 AM PDT · 49 of 60
    Captain Rhino to peeps36

    I’m surprised they didn’t just call him a Norwegian and leave it to us to find out about his Somali origins.

    News reports say his family has been in the UK since he was five. Might have been born in Norway and have never seen the Horn of Africa. So much for gratitude.

  • Woman killed in London attack was an American, police say

    08/04/2016 8:06:57 AM PDT · 46 of 60
    Captain Rhino to Oratam

    Not to difficult to find victims from different countries in this area.

    Russell Park is very close to the British Museum (wonderful place) and the surrounding area is packed with hotels, B&Bs, various art institutes, quaint shops, and restaurants. Packed with overseas tourists - especially this time of year.

    The murderer probably picked it precisely because it was an area of London known to have a lot of tourists. Like, stabbing fish in a barrel, metaphorically speaking.

  • Hannah Ferguson admits filming Carl's Jr. ads is not sexy

    08/03/2016 8:55:20 AM PDT · 43 of 59
    Captain Rhino to Ruy Dias de Bivar

    Professional coffee and tea tasters spit out the product as well.

  • California to proclaim August “Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month”

    08/01/2016 12:36:27 PM PDT · 17 of 28
    Captain Rhino to djpg

    Waiting for the threats of legal action from the ACLU and Freedom from Religion Foundation to arrive at the Assemblyman’s office...


    Umm, I guess all that prattle from them about the impermissibility of favoring one religion over another or improperly combining the sacred and the secular doesn’t count when the religion in question is


  • Clinton Campaign Continues to Blame Others for Emailing Classified Material to Hillary

    08/01/2016 12:26:24 PM PDT · 26 of 26
    Captain Rhino to governsleastgovernsbest

    What Mr. Mook appears to arguing is that “Secretary” Clinton is TOO STUPID to recognize classified material (or the mishandling of it) unless it is clearly labeled as such.

    And yet she (and he) have the nerve to criticize giving the nuclear codes to Trump.

  • Skydiver makes history by jumping 25,000 feet into a net without a parachute

    07/31/2016 8:10:44 AM PDT · 21 of 46
    Captain Rhino to Drew68

    Watched the same video; had exactly the same thoughts. Not even close to the center.

    By the way, isn’t there a FAA regulation or some such against deliberately leaving an airplane without a parachute? I recall hearing/reading about it after a spate of chute less jumps where an accompanying parachutist carried a spare to be transferred during the fall and attached to the chute less jumper’s parachute harness.

    Have to believe that the signoffs/ waivers on this stunt - not just for the jumper, but also for all the other persons involved in the air and on the ground - must’ve been as thick as a telephone book when they were all stacked up.

    Tough way to claim your 15 minutes of fame.

  • Pledge of Allegiance Had to Be Put on Teleprompter at DNC

    07/26/2016 1:59:38 PM PDT · 16 of 18
    Captain Rhino to PROCON

    I’m not watching the convention. Got better things to do.

    Just curious if the DNC omitted or retained “under God” in the Pledge as teleprompter scrolled.

  • DNC formally apologizes to Senator Sanders, his supporters, and the entire Democratic party:

    07/25/2016 7:14:28 PM PDT · 29 of 32
    Captain Rhino to BlackFemaleArmyCaptain

    Paraphrasing the “apology”:

    “Mr. Sanders, et al,

    We are sorry we said some personally offensive things about you and your supporters while fixing the primary process so our candidate, Hilary Clinton, could win. We really shouldn’t use such language when corrupting the democratic process. Very unprofessional. However, no do overs, you are still the loser.

    Sincerely (and we really mean it),

    The DNC”

  • World's Largest Amphibious Aircraft Made In China

    07/25/2016 8:45:30 AM PDT · 27 of 41
    Captain Rhino to fella

    The Japanese have been a very similar looking, equally large amphibian since 1989, the Shinmeiwa US-1. Earlier, if you count the non-amphibious version, the Shinmeiwa PS-1, which went into service in 1966.

    Here are links containing details and photographs:

    The Shinmeiwa US-2 (an upgraded version of the US-1) continues in very low rate production today. The Indian Navy has recently placed an order for 18 of the aircraft.

  • Signs for Hillary -- Ideas for Hillary Freep

    07/22/2016 6:11:19 AM PDT · 37 of 105
    Captain Rhino to cyn

    Here are a couple ideas:

    “Continue Obama’s Legacy;
    Unparalleled Lawlessness and Corruption!!
    Vote for Hiliary!!”

    “Nothing says ‘Forward into the Future’
    Like a 68 year old liberal, elitist, lawless,
    Privileged, establishment , white BITCH!”

    “And just who ordered the stripping of classified markings from all those emails on your private server, Madame Secretary?”

    “Hiliary: the whale who is too big to jail.”

  • Car filled with gas cylinders rams building (Suspected terror attack, Sydney, Australia)

    07/21/2016 7:14:23 AM PDT · 32 of 39
    Captain Rhino to milford421

    Actually it harkens back further than that: the 1983 Beirut Marine Barracks Bombing. Here is a link to the Wikipedia article on the bombing and the pertinent portion dealing with the nature of the bomb:

    “The explosive mechanism was a gas-enhanced device consisting of compressed butane in canisters employed with pentaerythritol tetranitrate (PETN) to create a fuel-air explosive.[9][10] The bomb was carried on a layer of concrete covered with a slab of marble to direct the blast upward.[39] Despite the lack of sophistication and wide availability of its component parts, a gas-enhanced device can be a lethal weapon. These devices were similar to fuel-air or thermobaric weapons, explaining the large blast and damage.[40] An after-action forensic investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) determined that the bomb was so powerful that it probably would have brought down the building even if the sentries had managed to stop the truck between the gate and the building.”

    However, the Sydney attacker got it wrong in that you need high explosives to provide the energy the gas will enhance, and burst the cylinders to begin with.

    However, setting yourself on fire and crashing the car probably should receive some points for improvisation.

  • Germany: Leftist pol raped by Muslim migrants, lied to police to avoid encouraging racism

    07/19/2016 3:16:55 PM PDT · 24 of 37
    Captain Rhino to samtheman

    I don’t hate them any more than I hate a rabid dog. The dog didn’t ask to be infected with rabies, its behavior grows out of the virus and, unfortunately, there is only one way to cure it.

    The rapists, migrant or otherwise, are also infected with a corrupted view of sexuality and their behavior grows out of that infection.

    Unlike the dog, that must put down as a mercy to be released it from the terrible suffering it is enduring, human beings are PRESUMED to be able to control their behavior.

    Leftists advance the argument that they cannot be held responsible for their behavior due to their past experiences and therefore must be forgiven and tolerated. How then, when viewed through such a lens, is the rapist distinguishable from the rabid dog? Except, of course, that no one would ever argue that a rabid dog be released once identified and confined.

    To both, the same swift end to release them from their misery and alleviate the danger their continuing existence poses to society.

    As for the leftist woman, of course she lied. To the left, lying is as natural as breathing. Neither facts nor reality must ever be allowed to divert or deflect the forward progress of the political line.

  • Possible Attack Underway at Incirlik

    07/16/2016 4:03:39 PM PDT · 158 of 226
    Captain Rhino to dfwgator

    Great scene from a pretty good movie. Fred Thompson, great actor, greatly missed.

  • FBI has found no evidence so far that Orlando shooter targeted Pulse because it was a gay club

    07/15/2016 10:52:11 AM PDT · 49 of 88
    Captain Rhino to Genoa

    Don’t worry. The investigation is still young.

    By the end of it, FBI will still be unsure about his exact motives but will, at the same time, somehow be absolutely, positively sure that the attack had nothing to with Islam.

    The FBI’s self-shred of its credibility continues. Shame, real shame.

  • UPDATE 2-Germany becomes second G7 nation to issue 10-year bond with negative yield

    07/15/2016 10:41:46 AM PDT · 9 of 9
    Captain Rhino to Norseman

    “Tulip mania.” Understand the reference and the apt picture it draws of frenzied buying and selling.

    I wonder what the Dutch is for:

    “Where were you when tulips turned back into ordinary flower bulbs?”

    Thanks for taking time to post your insightful replies.

  • McCaskill [D-MO]: Founding Fathers ‘Maniacal’ for Wanting Separation of Powers

    07/14/2016 1:23:28 PM PDT · 46 of 51
    Captain Rhino to loveliberty2

    The senator seems to long for a parliamentary system where the executive leadership comes out of the legislative body. Based on that longing, President Obama would have been out of office in 2010 since the party controlling the lower, more popularly-elected house forms the government.

    Oh, what’s that? The senator likes this system only when Democrats get to form the government.

    The Founding Fathers were very familiar with the parliamentary system of Great Britain and if they would have wanted to adopt it, they could have and would have. Separation of powers was a deliberate choice made by mature and experienced American politicians for all the reasons stated in your posting.

    The fact that, over two centuries later, we have a senator pining for the combination of the separated executive and legislative powers merely shows how the lust for power is endemic within certain groups of human beings. Long experience with democratic government cannot extinguish it. It is a part of our nature.

    “Eternal vigilance is the price of Liberty.”

  • UPDATE 2-Germany becomes second G7 nation to issue 10-year bond with negative yield

    07/14/2016 10:18:07 AM PDT · 7 of 9
    Captain Rhino to Norseman

    “As for why an institution would do it, really only an institution would, or someone with so much wealth that they couldn’t just safely hold the cash instead. Think of the $5 as a safe deposit box rental, because that’s essentially what it is, although on, say, an “investment” of $100 million, that rental fee becomes a pretty stiff $500,000.”

    Thanks for pointing out my misread of the percentage. Makes a lot more sense at .0005 than at .05.

    In the case of the large holder ($100 million) discussed above, is the risk due to the fact the “cash” (which is really mostly electronic)is being held in a commercial institution vice the government?

    By this I mean that, if the institution mismanages investments, goes bankrupt, etc., deposits are at risk to creditors in liquidation. However, the money on “deposit” with the government is backed by the full faith and credit of the nation (in the case of the US Government) and can be repaid through the government’s continuing stream of tax revenues.

    And, as you say, negative interest rates are a sweet deal for the government since they are being paid “rent” to store the money. Except it isn’t really being stored ....

  • India seeks four strategic bombers from Russia

    07/14/2016 8:18:18 AM PDT · 16 of 22
    Captain Rhino to Fai Mao

    I doubt seriously if the Tu22M3s supplied by Russia will be new build airframes since it has been out of production for a while. More likely pulled from storage/service and returned to Tupolev for reconditioning/update. Similar to the modern Tu-142; all rebuilds from Cold War era Tu-95s. Same rationale as for new build B-1s, too expensive to start production for an order of only 4 aircraft.

    BTW, the C-130, C-17, and C-5 have all been landed on dirt runways. If I recall correctly, the C-5 only did it once to satisfy contracted performance requirements. (Desert sand did damage to low mounted engines.) However, the C-130 and C-17 can and have been landed on dirt runways numerous times. Just check YouTube for videos.

  • UPDATE 2-Germany becomes second G7 nation to issue 10-year bond with negative yield

    07/14/2016 7:31:13 AM PDT · 5 of 9
    Captain Rhino to Red Badger

    Good question.

    Traditionally, positive interest is a hedge against inflation.

    What expected economic situation 10 years from now would make it acceptable to have 5% LESS than the initial investment - especially for institutional investors?

    This is loss transference from the government to the lender.

    The government borrows the money with the promise to pay back less in 10 years with inflated money - maybe massively inflated money. The lender (ECB?) is essentially making a gift of the negative interest and the depreciation in the purchasing power of the currency (due to inflation) to the governments it is buying the bonds from.

  • How does carpenter's helper, E-4, go to an urban combat specialist?

    07/11/2016 5:49:06 AM PDT · 86 of 89
    Captain Rhino to familyop

    Wow, that’s a big difference. Thanks for the information.

  • How does carpenter's helper, E-4, go to an urban combat specialist?

    07/10/2016 4:06:19 PM PDT · 56 of 89
    Captain Rhino to citizen

    In addition, there are news reports that the murderer made two deployments to Afghanistan.

    Don’t know how the MOSs are managed in the Army, but in the Marine Corps, “hammer swingers” are Combat Engineers and have a secondary mission to fight as infantry. Since infantry are in high demand in country, many non-infantry combat support MOSs end up being full trained in urban combat techniques and get their share of experience pulling convoy security, conducting close to the FOB ops, etc.

    I suspect the Army operates in a similar fashion.

  • Obama 'concerned' by State Dept. handling of classified info

    07/09/2016 6:58:00 PM PDT · 22 of 38
    Captain Rhino to ImJustAnotherOkie

    ‘The State Department has refuted Comey’s characterization; spokesman John Kirby said the department takes classification “ very, very seriously.” ‘

    It’s not really a contradiction to say you take something “very, very seriously” and yet be found to be doing an “extremely careless” job at the same time. Investigating officers find this out all the time. It’s called “talking the talk but not walking the walk.”

    I’ll believe Mr. Kirby when we see real punitive action taken against Hillary and the State Department cabal.

    What’s that sound???

    Oh, yeah. Crickets.

    Security regulations are only for little people, it seems.

  • PSA: The State Department Just Rebooted Their Probe Into Clinton's Emails

    07/09/2016 5:51:16 AM PDT · 28 of 37
    Captain Rhino to Impala64ssa

    With no deadline for the conclusion of their internal investigation, this matter won’t be decided until after the November elections. And then it will turn on who is the winner.

    If Hillary is elected, the State Department will conclude that all the offenses committed in deliberately copying classified information into a private email server system somehow don’t constitute an offense. (Probably some variation on the FBI “intent” excuse.) It would be an offense for anyone else, just not Hillary and her cabal.

    If Hillary loses, they will take whatever administrative nice action they need to quietly close out the investigation. Hillary at that point will no longer be a threat to the State Department and her subordinates will not be in government.

    I knew the State Department was political before, now it’s just hopelessly corrupt. Expect to find no integrity there.

  • PSA: The State Department Just Rebooted Their Probe Into Clinton's Emails

    07/09/2016 5:39:03 AM PDT · 23 of 37
    Captain Rhino to r_barton

    Actually heard a joke some years ago about a fictional conversation between Bill and Hillary.

    The conversation centered around Bill not choosing to go into politics but instead staying in Arkansas and say...running a gas station.

    Hillary was nonplussed at the prospect of Bill choosing to run a gas station.

    She replied “I’ll still be married to the President of the United States.”

  • A staggering percentage of Americans are too poor to shop

    07/09/2016 2:52:47 AM PDT · 71 of 208
    Captain Rhino to dynachrome

    Another math-challenged reporter.

    26 million is 12% of the US population (322 million), not 20%.

  • Comey: DOJ ‘Worried’ Law Criminalizing Gross Negligence in Handling Classified Material Is…[tr]

    07/08/2016 8:36:28 AM PDT · 47 of 69
    Captain Rhino to Captain Rhino

    Apologizes for double post. Got interrupted and forgot I had already hit the post button when I got back.

  • Comey: DOJ ‘Worried’ Law Criminalizing Gross Negligence in Handling Classified Material Is…[tr]

    07/08/2016 8:33:41 AM PDT · 46 of 69
    Captain Rhino to EagleUSA

    I’m just waiting to hear that SOMEBODY, either the FBI, DoJ, State Department or whoever, is going to hold accountable the persons who deliberately removed the classification markings from the material and posted it (probably by manually transcribing it from the classified server) to Clinton’s private email server.

    They have the email threads; they KNOW who inserted the material into the stream. Well? WELL!!??

  • Comey: DOJ ‘Worried’ Law Criminalizing Gross Negligence in Handling Classified Material Is…[tr]

    07/08/2016 8:11:52 AM PDT · 26 of 69
    Captain Rhino to EagleUSA

    I’m just waiting to hear that SOMEBODY, either the FBI, DoJ, State Department or whoever, is going to hold accountable the persons who deliberately removed the classification markings from the material and posted it (probably by manually transcribing it from the classified server) to Clinton’s private email server.

    They have the email threads; they KNOW who inserted the material into the stream. Well? WELL!!??

  • [Vanity] Clinton Supporters Angry at Comey for "Editorializing" and then Exonerating

    07/06/2016 1:25:43 AM PDT · 62 of 71
    Captain Rhino to Anitius Severinus Boethius

    Wait until he is called up to Capital Hill to testify. With the investigation now concluded and the no indictment recommendation (which Lynch has said she will accept), Comey may have a heck of a lot to say. All of it negative.

    Then there is the matter of who transcribed all those classified documents from classified servers to Clinton’s private email network. We can yet hope that one or two of her inner circle will be charged for that.

    One can only hope.

    Maybe we will also discover if there is an active investigation concerning Hiliary’s time at State and donations to the Clinton Foundation.

  • Vanity: Comey Calls Clinton Unqualified?

    07/05/2016 6:57:38 PM PDT · 20 of 22
    Captain Rhino to CriticalJ

    SOMEBODY stripped those emails of their classified markings and transcribed them into Clinton’s private email system. That seems like an deliberate act to circumvent the system. The FBI has the threads. They know who did it. Does The FBI intend to give them a free pass as well?

  • Profs: Orlando massacre caused by 'toxic masculinity,' 'extremist discourses'

    07/03/2016 1:43:17 PM PDT · 39 of 50
    Captain Rhino to Mr. Mojo

    I went to the University of Washington on a military scholarship in (ahem) the mid-1970s. A fellow military student, who was a political science major, showed me one of the papers he had to write for the cadre of leftist/liberals running the department. Its language was so specialized and shaded in its use of common language terms that it read like gibberish. And he knew it did as well. But he also knew what was required to graduate.

    Reading the extracts from these professors, I see things have gotten worse since then. How anyone could respect them is beyond me.

  • Profs: Orlando massacre caused by 'toxic masculinity,' 'extremist discourses'

    07/03/2016 1:29:51 PM PDT · 38 of 50
    Captain Rhino to Nachum

    Seems the bottom of the image was cut off...

    The rest of the story, if I recall correctly, is that the Soviets refused to negotiate, the hostages were killed, and the KGB hunted down and killed not only the kidnappers but also every male in their extended families, effectively extinguishing the bloodline. That apparently got their attention.

  • The Nazis' assault rifle now made in America

    07/01/2016 7:19:39 PM PDT · 73 of 105
    Captain Rhino to Drew68

    $1,799.00 is about 1/10th the price an original StG44 would sell for. And, as others have noted, 8mm Kurz (7.92 x 33mm) is hard to get and pricey when you can.

  • Reporter Claims the FBI Ordered ‘No Photos, No Pictures’ of Lynch/Clinton Meeting

    07/01/2016 9:19:41 AM PDT · 57 of 94
    Captain Rhino to buwaya

    Entirely possible.

    Consider this possibility.

    Bill Clinton enters cabin. Cordial greetings exchanged; grandchildren, golfing, etc. discussed. After a few moments, Lynch excuses herself and goes to the restroom. For twenty minutes.

    Sitting on the cabin table is a laptop. Laptop is open and on. On display is an open file containing THE FBI report.

    Bill sits down and quickly scan reads the report; hastily going to the findings and recommendations section at its end. He scribbles notes on a conveniently placed notepad. Or perhaps he takes photos of select pages with his cellphone.

    For deniability purposes, no electronic copy of the report is provided.

    After making considerable noise washing up, Lynch returns. More small talk about grandchildren and golf. Departing best wishes are exchanged and Clinton departs.

    When asked later by the press, Lynch truthfully reports it was mostly a social visit. They talked about grandchildren and golf, etc. No pending matter before the Department was DISCUSSED.

    After all, we are dealing with Democrats here. Lying to them is as natural as breathing.

  • Wegmans bakery refuses to make cake for Ex-Muslims of North America, saying it might offend Muslims

    06/29/2016 2:07:49 PM PDT · 27 of 29
    Captain Rhino to New Jersey Realist

    I frequently go to the Wegmans in Woodbridge, VA.

    Their excellent bakery department has a number of Muslim women employees (complete with headscarves). I imagine the same applies 15 miles up the road in Fairfax. That’s probably where the offended Muslim baker angle comes from.

    As for knowing, the requested cake design incorporated a logo of the organization.

    Still wrong to refuse to bake the cake. (Better not pull that stunt in Oregon or the state EEO Nazis will be all over you!)