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  • 4 Gun Nut Talking Points Debunked By A Gun Owner (Super Barf)

    07/13/2014 8:22:37 PM PDT · 40 of 42
    Celerity to FLAMING DEATH

    I must take this opportunity to address you - as well as everyone on FR. Everyone within ear shot to my address :

    Gun control has never been about safety. The actions of those in charge (Not the people that the media thinks) have never been to improve our prosperity. For the last 100 years you have felt as though your freedoms have been slipping away and been replaced with something _else_.

    Gun control is about control. It’s about subjugation. The US isn’t the only one in the scope. The whole planet is. The US has presented unique challenges when it comes to subjugation. We have a recent memory of subjugation, a recent memory of fighting tyrants on a global scale, and an independent freedom and god-given right to arm ourselves against any tyrant or thug, regardless of how big they are.

    That is the fact.

    Also in the realm of facts is that our economy is collapsed. Already. It’s not “going to collapse”. It already has. But you see, with a population such as the US has, when we learn who is at the helm of that collapse we will be poised to do something about it.

    And the economic collapse (Or resource-based economy... “slavery”) will involve removing your kids from your house and re-educating them to be more subservient. When that happens it is important that “you” be disarmed and compliant.

    Do not register, do not comply and and under no circumstances let these tyrants know that you exist. Stay quiet, stay vigilant and resist. Your worst nightmares are only the surface of what is planned.

  • 4 Gun Nut Talking Points Debunked By A Gun Owner (Super Barf)

    07/13/2014 11:57:07 AM PDT · 31 of 42
    Celerity to Malsua

    In one of my posts, I link to an article written just 2 weeks ago about “how easy it was for (him) to buy this rifle at a gun show”

    He’s only had the rifle for a few months... and he used a gunshow to get it. Probably because he heard “... how easy it was” and he is actually flagged to not get one.

  • 4 Gun Nut Talking Points Debunked By A Gun Owner (Super Barf)

    07/13/2014 9:36:50 AM PDT · 21 of 42
    Celerity to max americana

    The comments won’t change your life. Just think of the stupidest things you can say, mix in a little “I want everyone to be slaves” and you’ve got it.

  • 4 Gun Nut Talking Points Debunked By A Gun Owner (Super Barf)

    07/13/2014 9:05:48 AM PDT · 13 of 42
    Celerity to All

    Hey ! Look what I just found about this little sh!tbag !

    http://www.forwardprogressives.com/heres-just-how-easy-it-is-to-get-an-assault-rifle-images/

    He bought his gun a few months ago from a gun show !

  • 4 Gun Nut Talking Points Debunked By A Gun Owner (Super Barf)

    07/13/2014 8:42:08 AM PDT · 2 of 42
    Celerity to Celerity

    This dipstick just said, in one paragraph, that we are wrong to compare and contrast the behaviors of gun-grabbers and our current white house occupants - Then goes on to PRAISE the NAZIs.

    PRAISES THEM.

  • 4 Gun Nut Talking Points Debunked By A Gun Owner (Super Barf)

    07/13/2014 8:40:50 AM PDT · 1 of 42
    Celerity
    Seriously, mind-bendingly psychotic views here. Yet, it's also one that I see both libs and RINOs parroting.

    I can't even fathom such diseased thinking to retort - I'm just, spell-bound and speechless. I don't understand how someone with this though process can function and express them.

    Truly satanic people here. Anyway, Comments welcome !

    -> Steve

  • Reuters Exclusive: Iraq Tells U.N. that 'Terrorist Groups' Seized Nuclear Materials

    07/09/2014 7:13:20 PM PDT · 18 of 45
    Celerity to All

    a Reuters exclusive ? AP has been running this for 4 days.

  • Pilot Buys Pizza for Delayed Passengers

    07/08/2014 8:10:06 PM PDT · 30 of 53
    Celerity to All

    38 pies, delivered in 2 hours ? WOW.

    I’ve had emergency deliveries like this (And I assisted in the cooking) and that is an impressive feat.

  • Straight razor shaving...

    06/26/2014 12:31:02 PM PDT · 2 of 177
    Celerity to Chasaway

    I went down that route too.. I’m back on vibrating 16-blade razors now.

    I have some thick hairs - I can kill 3 disposables in a morning. With the ridiculously expensive cartridges it costs me about $20 per season to shave.

    And I’m sure that when there are 20 blades on the thing they’ll offer financing. :)

  • Ford opens 88 new dealerships in China in a single day

    06/23/2014 6:25:36 PM PDT · 4 of 11
    Celerity to RoosterRedux

    Is it REALLY ford ? Remember that China is BIG on counterfeiting ford products.

  • Reynolds American-Sponsored Website Looks at 'New Tobacco Road'

    06/03/2014 10:24:23 PM PDT · 3 of 15
    Celerity to Tolerance Sucks Rocks

    The state put this up, not the company. The biggest thieves to the company IS the government and their tax stamp.

    I really do feel for the tobacco companies.

    Also, keep an eye on this - it’ll be a short amount of time before my “Iron pipeline” drives from PA to CT are suspect and I’m placed against a wall.

  • Google to dominate space: 180 satellites to provide internet access for the ENTIRE planet

    06/02/2014 9:23:29 AM PDT · 2 of 74
    Celerity to Red Badger

    When Bill Gates wanted to do this, NASA complained:

    “at this orbit, with that concentration of equipment one failed screw would loosen from one satellite. That screw would hit another satellite like a bullet, causing a chain reaction that would encase the entire planet in a debris field. That would greatly diminish, or even end, all future space exploration for mankind”

    But I see that’s no longer a concern.

  • Corbett says Pennsylvania won't appeal same-sex marriage case

    05/23/2014 1:24:22 PM PDT · 58 of 58
    Celerity to westsylvania

    My little county is an oasis in a world of madness. (Wayne)

    Swing on in sometime !

  • New ships worth £1.7bn to install 'wind deflectors' so passengers aren't troubled by sea breezes

    05/23/2014 7:09:41 AM PDT · 18 of 24
    Celerity to rockinqsranch

    Relax, Citizen.

    It’s a floating iPhone ! You have nothing to fear.

    A FLOATING IPHONE ?! That is the most ignorant thing I’ve ever read. That’s worse than “journalists” who describe volume in “Starbucks” units of measurement.

    Thank you, “journalist” for insulting my intelligence.

  • Corbett says Pennsylvania won't appeal same-sex marriage case

    05/22/2014 9:30:25 PM PDT · 55 of 58
    Celerity to All

    Coming from Connecticut, through New York - And into Pennsylvania. When I cross the delaware it’s like I crossed Checkpoint Charlie.

    It’s nice to live in America again - even if it’s on the border of Libland.

  • Corbett says Pennsylvania won't appeal same-sex marriage case

    05/21/2014 12:56:23 PM PDT · 18 of 58
    Celerity to Lurking Libertarian

    Can we get some talk of the good that Tom Corbett has done ? The man has been a friend of the gun owner.

  • The Obama Administration: 'Doing Everything We Can'

    05/21/2014 12:54:22 PM PDT · 12 of 16
    Celerity to Responsibility2nd

    I wish this statement was made after his 20 minute trip to the Olympic Committee.

  • Update: Facebook ‘Everytown’ pro-gun page taken down

    04/20/2014 9:27:11 AM PDT · 5 of 16
    Celerity to rktman

    I’m still trying to grasp this.. but the page is back up.

    Says it was created 15 hours ago. I’m now a member of it.

    I don’t know why it went down.

  • People Are Obsessed With The Video Game 'Goat Simulator,' Where You Play As A Goat

    04/14/2014 9:17:08 AM PDT · 11 of 12
    Celerity to GAFreedom

    Check out the youtube videos of gamers who are playing it. I’ll throw some links up here. Well, not links, but copy-pasters.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QupdV0zWsB8

    Here is a 10 minute video that covers two of the references.

  • People Are Obsessed With The Video Game 'Goat Simulator,' Where You Play As A Goat

    04/13/2014 8:57:20 AM PDT · 3 of 12
    Celerity to Alex Murphy

    This game is FULL of satanic references.

  • Holder: We Want to Explore Gun Tracking Bracelets

    04/07/2014 2:26:24 PM PDT · 48 of 89
    Celerity to Secret Agent Man

    You know what ? If all bets are off the table, and they are breaking the contract - Then I want to “explore” some stuff too.

  • NM:Legal Immigrants Have Same Right to Concealed Carry Permit as Citizens

    04/07/2014 9:01:44 AM PDT · 6 of 10
    Celerity to cripplecreek

    I would love to see the Dems flip out about THIS.

    Oh, and long time, no see Cripplecreek ! Hope all is going well.

  • Dear Anti-Vaxxers: You Want Pure Nature? OK, Die Young.

    04/06/2014 11:39:13 AM PDT · 86 of 150
    Celerity to Hojczyk

    People seem to forget a major facet of the anti-vaccination debate:

    Before Vaccines were created by doctors in the hopes of preventing disease, illness and horrible death. Now we have our Government behind the effort.

    Our government has demonstrated nothing but loathing and harmful intent to it’s people.

    I am a pretty intelligent guy, with a background in chemistry and biology (Although not bio-chemisty and human biology) and I don’t understand the chemicals that are in play - fully. Doctors would tell us “Listen, this seems to work” but only Government comes in and says “You (have to) do this”.

    And that is where the hair on the back of my neck stands up. When the government says “Do this” it is NEVER for our benefit.

    So yea, the government is why I choose not to vaccinate.

  • Colorado to Consider Controversial Vaccination Law: Is Not Wanting to Vaccinate a Parental Right?

    03/25/2014 2:01:42 PM PDT · 28 of 30
    Celerity to CharlesWayneCT

    This is kinda ... Well, Insane.

    Also, I think I know you personally - We’ll have to get caught up in mail or something here to see if there was a connection at some point.

    But you see, Vaccinating is an exercise in statistical analysis. I can counter any pro-vaccination argument with statistics because that’s just the way it is.

    “I won’t let your kid around mine because you don’t vaccinate” Dumbest thing ever said. I guess that parent has no confidence in their vaccines, in actuality.

    “You’re the reason these illnesses are coming back” They aren’t coming back. If they are, then this too is a true testament to how vaccinations don’t work. You’re claiming that success has occurred where it actually hasn’t.

    “We managed to knock these diseases out when Vaccines were dished out” Again, then why are we worried ?

    “Not vaccinating your kids means you’re willing to put them at risk because of something that you believe that the rest of the world has accepted as fact, is a lie.” Yes. Global warming is pretty mainstream too. Or is Global cooling ? Either way, it’s illegal in some areas of the world to even question this agenda. But I’ll tell you what my thought is before it’s also declared a thought crime : “Why would I side on ANYTHING that the democrats / progressives / communists / globalists / greenies / tyrants all agree on?” This is the crux of the issue.

    I have seem the following pieces of evidence that have affected my decisions not to vaccinate:

    1 There is a connection between vaccinations and Autism. Ok, I don’t know all there is to know on this, no one really does. But just the fact that the two have been connected is enough for me to take a step back, re-evaluate and withdraw from the practice until clearer data IS available. THAT is responsible parenting.

    2 Government has it’s hands in the vaccination programs. In fact, Government is jumping into more and more of the medical field through legislative fiat. Medicine is no longer the domain of the doctor, it’s the domain of the government. A government with a clear and steady history of doing harm instead of good. Again, a flag is raised and I want answers and proof before injecting myself or my kids with ANYTHING.

    3. I don’t care if it’s a saline solution with a lollipop afterwards. It’s a needle injecting things into our bodies that we aren’t privvy to learn about. These chemicals are secret, they are questionable, and to blindly trust ANYONE is totally foolish. When I get the answers I need, you may be able to put that something in my child. Until then, you try and you die.

    4. The idea of Government has only helped in a handful of scenarios. Seat belts are not one of those. Everyone knows a seatbelt can save your life - But to mandate it’s use is tyranny, pure and simple. For any leader to tell me that I have to follow their will is completely intolerable. I’m aware of seat belt effectiveness. I wear one all the time. But to require it frankly insults me - And I won’t tolerate it. The only place the Government appears to be helping is in our wildlife and huntin management. I have evaluated the hunting practices in several states with thorough resolve - And the State Game commissions have a very good hold of how to preserve game animals. I appreciate their efforts, and I have been show how it works.

    That’s all I ask for. Just demonstrate to me how it works, and what it is. Sell me on the issue, don’t require me on the issue.

  • Colorado to Consider Controversial Vaccination Law: Is Not Wanting to Vaccinate a Parental Right?

    03/24/2014 7:57:00 AM PDT · 6 of 30
    Celerity to Harmless Teddy Bear

    Most people who choose not to vaccinate aren’t fearing the chemical itself : All medicines are complex and mysterious and we simply don’t understand them.

    And when compared to the Polio vaccine or the vaccines of yesteryear - Modern vaccinations have more influence from the government than from our doctors. And therein is the problem. We see new data that links serious issues to the vaccine - And the government telling us to take them. When the government tells you to do something, It’s NEVER in your best interest.

    Lastly, These forms also have lines that say things like “I understand that opting out of a vaccination program puts my child’s life and health at risk” and then it requires signature. What you’re doing is signing your kids away. You’re signing a piece of paper that will allow the state to come and take the kids. That’s intolerable.

    I choose not to vaccinate now. I have vaccinations from when I was a kid but those vaccines are different than what we are facing these days. It’s a totally different ballgame.

  • PA: Scofflaw Governments May be Held to Account in PA

    03/21/2014 8:30:01 AM PDT · 5 of 7
    Celerity to marktwain

    As a Connecticuteur expatrioted back to Pennsylvanian - I can attest to this absurd handling of rights throughout various areas of the state.

    The State constitution is pretty clear. The language was changed from the US 2nd amendment into something a bit more clear:

    “The right to own and bear arms shall not be _questioned_.”

    So the state had in the past changed it from Infringed to Questioned. Certainly admirable and encouraging, but areas of the state have completely trampled this notion.

    I live in a solid conservative town in NEPA. We are surrounded by liberals on all sides, but we remain as a stong hold-out of decency and reasonable living.

    Our town has a Sheriff. This sheriff is a champion of the people, and is VERY 2a friendly (He’s actually all Amendment friendly). We have a town police department that is peppered with gun-grabbers and jobbers alike. We have a state police contingent that passes through the area that is completely anti-gun. We also have several prisons in the area and the state is attempting to do what Connecticut has done : Relegate our Sheriff and Deputies to sole prison duties. A travesty.

    Our “close” proximity to Philadelphia has most of us on edge. Philly is as far from us as CT is, but Philly is the basis of all of our laws, in reality. Harrisburg is another progressive wonderland where our policies are ACTUALLY born. Pittsburgh is as far separated from us as Los Angeles is.

    From our local and state police we have a lot of officers who are “confused” about the laws - And don’t even bother to defend them constitutionally. They see a man walking along with a rifle across his back, and pull their guns on him. The Sheriffs understand that this guy is prolly just on his way to .. well who the hell cares (?) he has a right to do so so no explanation is necessary.

    A few months ago we had a guy slip into the town meeting and shoot the place up. A citizen ended the attack with a studious shot to the center mass of the attacker, and life went on. There is no outcry in that area to ban guns (In fact, the end result was to evaluate the behavior of Zoning Committees, those of whom this attacker went after because they were telling him what to do with his homestead).

    PA is surrounded by evil (NY, NJ, OH, MD, and points east) but the state itself is a bastion of hope and pride as we try our best to fight off the spread of the Progressive disease. In my area (Nestled up in the armpit of New York) sees a LOT more New Yorkers than Pennsylvanians. I’m the only one here from CT it seems. These people own vacation homes and try to change NY to make it another NY and those who expatriate from NY are actively involved in keeping Pennsylvania Pennsylvanian and leaving their (our) tyrannical states behind.

    I had the same issues in Colorado - But a little different. Throughout Colorado were Californians coming in to destroy the place and turn it into another California. At least up here we have expats who are truly leaving their disgusting states in the rear-view mirror as they integrate into a more Free life.

  • Police investigate shooting(Hartford, CT)

    03/15/2014 12:45:28 PM PDT · 2 of 4
    Celerity to matt04

    Malloy still ok.

    What a waste.

  • Mother of Houston teen allegedly shot by girlfriend’s dad wants murder charges

    03/15/2014 9:48:57 AM PDT · 2 of 48
    Celerity to redreno

    My wife and I had to loudly repeat the headline and article to understand what happened.

  • Need advice on Wisdom Teeth please...

    03/13/2014 5:22:33 PM PDT · 85 of 92
    Celerity to faithhopecharity

    I’m an adult who let them go. The pain subsided, but now at age 37 the rot is kicking in. And the rot is just unbearable. A bad situation got worse.

    Get them pulled. By any means necessary.

  • FRACKING SAVES WATER?

    03/05/2014 11:28:11 AM PST · 4 of 15
    Celerity to thackney

    About a gallon of water for a million BTUs ?

    This doesn’t even sound like an issue.

  • [CT] Gun-grabbing cop goes ballistic: 'I'm the master!'

    03/04/2014 10:06:14 PM PST · 42 of 44
    Celerity to Marie

    Thank your for your support on this position : I know it’s a bumpy road for people who speak like we do. We have got to keep a level head during these times.

    If people are misguided and mis-educated about the threat that we face - Then a lot of people will die needlessly.

    At times like this, people are looking for justification. And that is what both sides are feeding themselves. Justification. But Justification doesn’t win wars. WE must look at this honestly:

    The state of CT is within their US Constitutional right to ban firearms. (10th amendment) The 2nd Amendment protects the people from a _federal_ move to remove our rights to own and bear arms. CT has it’s own state Constitution (The first, in fact) that words a citizen’s right to own and bear arms. The constitution of the STATE must be amended for this to happen legally. Malloy and his team of commie traitors have toed the line with the specifics of the laws : Their decrees are LEGAL. they should NOT be. We need to clean more in CT than just this latest law. The whole thing is corrupt, and the STATE constitution is being broken.

    We MUST ensure that accurate information is being distributed.

  • [CT] Gun-grabbing cop goes ballistic: 'I'm the master!'

    03/04/2014 10:00:36 PM PST · 41 of 44
    Celerity to grobdriver

    Oh, I can write TOMES on this subject. I’ll keep it simple:

    US:

    We are still learning how to deal with each of these onslaughts. We are, like a 12 year old, believing everything that’s said and when we get pinched, we stop believing anything that that’s said. We’re simply too bad at this whole “Revolution” thing to know what’s going on. And if anyone wants to counter me, I’ll pull it apart. It’s simple, and this notion is going to save lives : “NOT ONE OF US has this figured out. And to think otherwise is to put yourself and others at grave risk”
    We are doing what we think is appropriate - But “what’s appropriate” is only appropriate on a level playing field. Where laws are followed, constitutions are observed, and freedom is present. The CCDL has, without knowing it, hurt the movement more than helped it (Oh, I can smell the rotten tomatoes you’re throwing at me now) (Give me a moment to explain, and message me if you need further explanation) The CCDL has encouraged thousands of people to register their weapons. If they had stayed the line with me, the CT State registration program would have fallen flat on it’s face. But instead, their pleas to register and comply while the lawsuit is being heard has lead to more registrations and (frankly) DANGEROUS scenarios in the state of CT. Two points on the CCDL that we should ALL know at this point:

    1. The government = The state legislators, the voters, the police and the courts CREATED this law. Do not look to them to reverse it. You don’t go to the courts to reverse a law that members and influencers from the courts helped to pass. It may not be the same judges, but it’s the same system. That system is designed NOT to free you - It is designed to control you.
    2. Registration is pointless. (I’m going to branch here for a moment, but stay with me) There is no reason to register your car. Period. Registration doesn’t help the owner out in the slightest - And to those in CT who pay taxes for their car in their town, also pay road taxes in at the pumps. You’re being taxed double. Ok, back to the topic: Registration isn’t going to help anyone. It will only hurt people. I know, I know, you’ve heard this before. Allow me to clarify:

    Regis = To the king. Registration is NOT licencing, is not permitting, and it’s not titling, liening, or deeding. Registration means that you hand over your property to the regent and from that moment forward you are being allowed to use it. (Does the car thing make sense now?)

    When you register, you’re allowing the Regent to take your property, lock it up, or tell you when and where you may use it, hold it, or even look at it. This is what Northern Ireland enjoys. You can own a gun, but you register it and it goes into a safe and you don’t have a key.

    By Maritime law, this Registration ALWAYS means that you are giving your property to the Regent for them to control. If your weapons are confiscated and you have NOT registered them - You have a case to get them back. Once you register, you have no case to get them back. You have signed them over.

    This means that you have no legal leg to stand on when you’re before a judge, fighting an unjust law.

    THEM:

    They love this confusion, but they are TERRIFIED of what is about to happen. They are waiting for us to take out a LEO. The upper brass craves this. You see, (And I’ve always said this, look it up) A successful gun confiscation program is always possible, in any state and any area. All that has to be considered are the losses. When the losses are acceptable - then it’s full steam ahead. Tyrants know that during the first kristalnacht They will lose about 10 LEO for every 1 well armed, well trained patriot (Think Dorn). This will be terrible. National guard will be called in. Hell, maybe the UN will be called in. Either way, second wave will yield about 10 patriots lost to every 1 LEO. And THAT is the figure they are looking for.

    CT isn’t a very armed state. It’s also NOT ON OUR SIDE. (Read that again: CT IS A COMMUNIST SHITHOLE) We are the minority there. No voting scheme in the world is going to change that. Malloy will be re-elected and he will act to the cheers of 80% of the state. Of the stark minority of Republicans in CT a large percent of them are RINO shit-for-brains. Of the non-rinos a percent are gun owners. Those who are gun owners are of solid citizenry. These are decent people, who would not consider an act of violence. The CT Gun owner is the safest, most forgiving and pleasant person in the country.

    And that is their undoing.

    I have been YELLING at people to get out. To leave their high-paying jobs and pump gas in another state. To leave their exquisite homes and move into a trailer somewhere else. And it’s tough. It’s tough to walk away from success in favor of freedom. But I left CT and moved to PA (I still commute and work from home) and I also left a pretty nice house (at a great loss) and moved into a small apartment in a conservative town. I know how hard it is.

    So the general health of the state ? It’s miserable. The enforcers, the gun-grabbers and the tyrants are well trained for this, they are funded, they are applauded. The CT gun owner is severely outnumbered, disorganized, and frankly too goddam stupid to work on the same battlefield as the Communist. Plain and simple.

    We are good people, but we simply don’t understand how to work against someone who cheats at every chance, lies, manipulates and throws dirt in our face. We are reasonable, decent people and we can’t grasp how to fight this war. And until we do, we MUST maintain a position of strategic retreat until we all fall shoulder-to-shoulder with the middle America patriot. When you grab your rifle and say “Come and take it”, and you’re not backed by a MOB of people willing to die with you - then you are just a bug on the windshield of the CPUSA.

    I feel in PA that I will be standing with countless brothers and sisters, all rifles loaded and primed - And we will make this sort of stand (Even figuratively) and that simply won’t happen east of the Hudson river.

  • [CT] Gun-grabbing cop goes ballistic: 'I'm the master!'

    03/04/2014 3:45:00 PM PST · 31 of 44
    Celerity to All

    I would like to bring everyone back to the realm of reality on this one.

    I’m in CT and active in the scenario. Many others who are active in the scenario fight me on many points. They won’t listen to me beyond the words that I am about to type right now:

    Sgt Vance is totally correct.

    Everything that he has said here is true. And it is the correct response. He is required to enforce the law, as his subordinates are. CT, as well as all Americans, waived many of their protest and juris away many, many years ago. We have been asleep at the wheel.

    Sgt Vance isn’t “right” though. You see, this whole problem isn’t a “now” thing and it’s not a “him” thing. The problem existed far before Malloy, SAFE, or Feinstein. It existed before color television.

    What these people are saying and doing isn’t nearly as important as us keeping our heads about us, and finally agreeing what it is that we want to see and the liberty that we want ourselves and our kids to experience.

    Let not your mind be clouded by this guy - Our gun rights are gone, and they aren’t coming back for as long as our overlords live. When a right disappears, it’s not going to come back - not with out a frightening body count.

    So confiscation or no confiscation, Neither side is winning here. Only the overlords that have been playing the game for keeps, while we have been asleep at the wheel.

  • Ala. Vet Tried to Hire KKK Hit Man to Kill Black Neighbor

    03/01/2014 5:10:59 PM PST · 15 of 22
    Celerity to All

    So what’s the penalty for hiring a hitman NOT in the KKK to kill a white man ?

    I guess we should start there.

  • Olympic TV announcers: Go Russia! Booooo USA!

    02/09/2014 2:01:02 PM PST · 31 of 63
    Celerity to henkster

    You should have warned me ! I think I destroyed my keyboard with spit coffee !

  • Sandy Hook Killer Had 'Movie Depicting a Man/Boy Relationship' on His PC

    02/01/2014 9:31:50 AM PST · 12 of 56
    Celerity to BenLurkin

    Is his older, gay sugar daddy the owner of the Civic ?

  • State of the Union 2014

    01/30/2014 11:51:55 AM PST · 5 of 6
    Celerity to P-Marlowe

    One thing that a few polls have been talking about, that I want to weigh in on:

    51% say that he’s not a strong leader.

    We have never seen a stronger leader in our lifetimes. Problem is, he is leading our enemy. He is very effective and should never be underestimated.

  • Penn State student arrested for constructing 'weapons of mass destruction'

    01/27/2014 7:35:33 AM PST · 30 of 34
    Celerity to All

    A bit out from left field here, but I have noticed a new cultural thing that has stemmed, I believe, from popular TV shows like Dexter, Breaking Bad and Sons of Anarchy.

    Setting up labs and operations seems to be tempting to a lot of americans. We have allowed the worship of these bad, bad characters and somehow fell in love with them - Going beyond Justification into full-blown affection for them

    Just my 2 cents.

  • Cops flush with leads in Fort Pierce toilet lid attack

    01/27/2014 7:28:50 AM PST · 10 of 19
    Celerity to sportutegrl

    Reminds me of the opening scenes of The Boondock Saints.

  • 25 Fuel Efficient Cars That Are Not Hybrids

    01/19/2014 9:45:23 AM PST · 39 of 85
    Celerity to All

    tricky words. My Tahoe is very efficient.

    Yes, it consumes more fuel - but it simply does more with that fuel.

    Compared to my Mustang V6, lets say on the highway. I get 19 with the Tahoe, 29 with the Mustang. The mustang is a bit more fun, but the Tahoe is carrying the troops, dual airconditioners, radios and gear. Not to mention whoever I put in it - with no effect on it’s mileage. When I did this sort of thing with my Honda Civic hatchback (1991.. I LOVED that car) it would go from 40 mpg to 28 mpg and barely kept up with traffic.

    All things being equal 19 MPG is certainly less than 40mpg - But things aren’t equal. My vehicles do more than a modern econo car.

  • Man Posts On Facebook About “Police State” And Guess Who Shows Up?

    01/19/2014 9:39:26 AM PST · 36 of 110
    Celerity to All

    I’m wondering what you have to say on FB to make waves. I mean, my feed is EXPLOSIVE with anti-government rants, threats and egging-on.

    Not a peep.

  • Maine’s governor wants to make it easier for children to work

    01/11/2014 9:55:56 AM PST · 33 of 34
    Celerity to Traveler59; All

    I was given my first job at 13 at a computer shop, doing filing. I had to simply file papers into a filing cabinet in alphabetical order.

    But I quickly moved up to the workbench, and at age 14 was building computers on weekends, my weekends, days off, and afterschool were spent building computers.

    At age 18 I graduated highschool and looked for other work. I worked in a kitchen (As typical for an 18 year old) but I did computer work on the side. This is 1994.

    at age 19 I broke into my own business as a computer technician and consultant. I ran my own company until I was offered permanent position at my dream job of Yale University. Head of helpdesk at age 26. Stayed for a few years, and then left to go back into business for myself.

    It wasn’t college that helped me do this. It was working at a young age doing stupid things that turned into better things. It gave me a HUGE advantage in the marketplace, and I think that employment at young ages does nothing but help.

  • Study: Nearly half of all black males are arrested by age 23

    01/06/2014 8:14:08 PM PST · 36 of 86
    Celerity to Nachum

    With the stroke of Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy’s pen, I was made a felon.

    Luckily, for me and my family, I have left that god forsaken state. But it begs the question : I haven’t told CT that I have left with “their” guns. So I’m on the list now of people who have not registered.

  • 21st century bird watching: Drone guide

    12/24/2013 6:10:35 PM PST · 4 of 10
    Celerity to MarkBsnr

    These things are pretty damned big.

  • Preppers' Twelve Days of Christmas

    12/21/2013 7:34:32 PM PST · 18 of 34
    Celerity to All

    10 cords of wood ? Oh the thought of it just gave ME wood.

    In my town my neighbors have upwards of an acre on each property of seasoned wood. I’m so jealous. It’ll take me years to get to their level.

    But you betcha - when Sandy hit ? We all had a better week than the week before. We still manage snow and debris together a year later.

  • Motorist checkpoint in Reading draws questions

    12/17/2013 1:15:08 PM PST · 73 of 105
    Celerity to All

    I know Pennsylvania.

    I live in Pennsylvania.

    And Philadelphia ain’t no Pennsylvania.

    That hell hole belongs to New Jersey now. And it’s full of tyranny.

  • Pennsylvania newlyweds killed man for thrills, police say

    12/09/2013 7:23:15 AM PST · 43 of 43
    Celerity to All

    Thank you for the corrections on my geography.

  • Pennsylvania newlyweds killed man for thrills, police say

    12/07/2013 7:51:12 AM PST · 14 of 43
    Celerity to BenLurkin
    In that photo, near the middle of the state is that blue section. Guess where Sunbury is.
  • Cats Recognize Their Owners Voice But Choose To Ignore It

    12/02/2013 6:53:55 PM PST · 82 of 142
    Celerity to omega4179

    Mine as well. In fact, mine is more obedient and “by my side” than my Pugs were.

    Those dogs were hot air balloons with fur.

  • Government Releases Crime Map For The US

    12/01/2013 1:08:36 PM PST · 7 of 30
    Celerity to mrsdeb

    In North East pennsylvania, you’ll see a shard of reason. Surrounded by blue. If you follow Pennsylvania news, the most horrific crime takes places in EXACTLY these areas.