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Posts by Talisker

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  • OS X Yosemite: Yay or Nay

    10/20/2014 4:22:59 PM PDT · 69 of 72
    Talisker to PreciousLiberty
    For one example, look at the fingerprint reader - no data leaves the device, it’s sequestered in a secure chip. No Big Brother biometric conspiracy after all...

    You'd be funny, except you're not. You'd also be naive, except you're not. And you'd be ignorant, except you're not.

    That pretty much narrows the field concerning what you actually are.

  • OS X Yosemite: Yay or Nay

    10/20/2014 4:20:30 PM PDT · 68 of 72
    Talisker to Loud Mime
    Being an American doesn’t mean much; South, Central or North American?

    That you can say something that brazen on Free Republic is a sad, sad thing.

    American, as you well know, means neither "South, Central or North American." Your attempt to erase its meaning, however, identifies you beyond doubt as NOT an American, no matter what your ID says.

  • OS X Yosemite: Yay or Nay

    10/20/2014 4:16:18 PM PDT · 67 of 72
    Talisker to Swordmaker
    Tallisker, after over thirty-five years in the computer industry, I suspect I know one HELL of a lot more about computer encryption than do you...

    So is all that expertise why you knew enough to stick to software and not address my point about back doors in hardware, since Apple is, of course, the SOLE provider of the hardware their "safe" software runs on?

    And does the logic behind your insults towards me in every paragraph concerning what you say is me "not paying attention" the same as you not paying attention to, or addressing, my hardware back door point?

    LOL, thanks for playing. You admitted far more than you realize. And I too have over thirty-five years of experience, but my experience is in dealing with people like you.

  • How does Banning Citizen Carry of Guns in Kroeger's Stop Armed Robbery?

    10/19/2014 3:55:27 PM PDT · 19 of 31
    Talisker to driftdiver
    No actually they are a property owner. They have a legal and moral right to determine what happens on their property.

    Open to the public means they have to accommodate rights. And people have a right to self-defense. Just as people have a right to be homosexual and demand homosexual wedding cakes.

    Laugh if you want, but those legal issues are joined at the hip. Liberals are bringing on something they can't even imagine.

  • How does Banning Citizen Carry of Guns in Kroeger's Stop Armed Robbery?

    10/19/2014 3:51:07 PM PDT · 15 of 31
    Talisker to marktwain

    #3 marks the starting point of the second civil war.

    The rest of the numbers don’t count.

  • OS X Yosemite: Yay or Nay

    10/19/2014 3:47:15 PM PDT · 61 of 72
    Talisker to Loud Mime

    Yes I know, close our dhimmi eyes and think of England.

    The problem is I’m American.

  • OS X Yosemite: Yay or Nay

    10/19/2014 2:05:31 PM PDT · 56 of 72
    Talisker to This Just In; Swordmaker; PreciousLiberty; Bill93

    While it is admittedly virtually impossible to tell from my post of exasperation, I am actually a fanboy going back a very long time and at one point I actually worked for Apple when they were making their first portable.

    Nevertheless, IMHO Apple is pursuing an incrementalist yet determined approach to biometrically identified, cloud controlled, off-site data computing. What they call security and safety is, to me, big brother monitoring. Their Apple ID is seriously non-trivial person-software-hardware data tracking, and they have been very open about wanting to move all of their OS architecture to “i” style.

    So everyone else is doing it too? Yep, they are. I won’t even address the Seattle idiots, they’ve always been obvious. And of course Google just laughs in your face and has hipsters spit out arrogant data-grabbing declarations between lattes. But Apple’s refusal to admit they’re just as bad makes them even worse to me. They add an insult to injury, a demand I accept their Big Mommy assurances and that I make myself 9 years old with trust. Sorry, no sale. And the attempt is more than annoying - its enraging. Because its a demand and a lie that reveals Apples contempt for everyone. In other words, pure liberalism.

    And if any of you think this little drama about the FBI being unable to reach data is true because of Apple’s heroic software encryption standards, you haven’t been reading the same articles I have on hardware back doors, or lack of cloud security. Doesn’t anyone get curious when the FBI starts yelling about Apple’s impenetrable security right after Apple’s biggest and most embarrassing software security failure in its history? Well I do.

    Like I said, I’m a fanboy. I use a Mac, and I love it. But what’s going on with Apple (as well as most of the rest of the computing world) has me pretty depressed. It’s all about tracking people now - all of it, everywhere. And it’s grown so stark that Apple’s Happy Face looks like a clown in one of those slasher movies to me.

    But of course, it’s the hippest, sleekest and most fashionable possible clown.

  • OS X Yosemite: Yay or Nay

    10/18/2014 11:25:12 PM PDT · 27 of 72
    Talisker to This Just In

    I’m a longtime Mac user, but I just refuse to upgrade into the cloud, accept intrusive biometrics, dumpt my trusted and reliable application for apps I don’t even have available without a wifi connection, etc...

    Apple is turning all of their computers into an iPhone of various sizes, and I think it just sucks. It’s the deliberate destruction of something wonderful. I’m not 14, I’m not a bobble-headed liberal soccer mom, and no, you can’t have my freaking DNA, pulse, bloodpressure, database my organ systems, and turn my computer and private data into your scanned and cross-referenced property sold to both the NSA and every marketer on the planet while I am “allowed” to run a terminal just as limited as the one you threw a hammer at in 1984.

    Forget it.

    Linux here I come.

  • Pope faces setback over gays and divorcees

    10/18/2014 2:26:51 PM PDT · 18 of 25
    Talisker to Hugin

    Hehehe... one thing I’ve learned in this life, is that if you REALLY want to piss people off, start looking up definitions...

  • Oct. 18: The latest developments in Ebola

    10/18/2014 2:20:02 PM PDT · 37 of 50
    Talisker to 2ndDivisionVet
    In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama also pushed back against calls for the U.S. to institute a travel ban. Lawmakers have called it a common-sense step to prevent more people with Ebola from entering the U.S., but Obama said such a ban would only hamper aid efforts and screening measures. “Trying to seal off an entire region of the world – if that were even possible – could actually make the situation worse,” Obama said....

    Congress should convene impeachment proceedings today, vote immediately, and get this bastard's ass out of the White House by tommorrow.

    He's just flat-out refusing to stop a known deadly epidemic from coming into the country. It just doesn't get more blatant than this - he's trying to kill millions of Americans, right here in their own homes, and these damned Democrat and RINO cowards are supporting him.

    Liberalism is despicable.

  • OSX.10 Yosemite released - Direct Link to download

    10/17/2014 4:44:06 PM PDT · 24 of 36
    Talisker to kevkrom

    I thought you could still have icons on the Desktop. Taking that away is absurd.

  • OSX.10 Yosemite released - Direct Link to download

    10/17/2014 11:35:24 AM PDT · 16 of 36
    Talisker to Swordmaker

    The “new Finder” is a window. No icons are shown on the Desktop.

  • OSX.10 Yosemite released - Direct Link to download

    10/16/2014 9:40:52 PM PDT · 7 of 36
    Talisker to Swordmaker

    So no more icons on the Desktop?


    10/16/2014 9:04:24 PM PDT · 66 of 108
    Talisker to catfish1957; REDWOOD99
    I have forgotten more about baseball than you will ever know sonny.

  • Evidence Emerges of an Engineered Synod

    10/16/2014 8:43:16 PM PDT · 12 of 22
    Talisker to ClearCase_guy

    Good for you. It might not seem you made an effect, but I believe that where people refuse corruption in a church, God personally gets involved in the matter on levels the perps can’t even imagine. Not to mention you passed a test of your own soul, which brings literally incalculable benefits.

  • The Idiotic Explanation Why The "Idiot With The Clipboard" Was Unprotected

    10/16/2014 8:14:40 PM PDT · 12 of 14
    Talisker to exDemMom
    It looks to me like he is well outside the 3 foot range of droplets, and the patient does not seem to be actively vomiting in any case

    LOL, he flew on the plane with the patient. That close enough? And since when do people put on hazmat suits only after a patient with a deadly transmittable disease that they are in close contact with starts "actively vomiting"? Where exactly did you get that standard? How close would you stand to an Ebola patient without a hazmat suit? How close would you let your children stand to an Ebola patient without a hazmat suit, even if they weren't "actively vomiting"? Would you tell them, "hey kids, remember no closer than three feet or you die a horrible bloody death"?

    In short, what exactly are you defending here?

  • Evidence Emerges of an Engineered Synod

    10/16/2014 7:59:25 PM PDT · 8 of 22
    Talisker to ClearCase_guy

    Did you consider confronting them with the dishonesty of their techniques and their undermining of the trust of the members of the church?

  • 10-Year-Old Charged as Adult in Death of Woman, 90

    10/16/2014 4:33:20 PM PDT · 95 of 95
    Talisker to Eva

    People have been known to study the law themselves.

    However in that self-study lawyers (a longstanding American legal tradition that has included presidents and judges) is now banned by statute from actually practicing law or legal representation in court, you are correct.

    It’s quite the monopoly, and serves to hide many secrets from the general public.

  • 10-Year-Old Charged as Adult in Death of Woman, 90

    10/16/2014 9:59:54 AM PDT · 93 of 95
    Talisker to Eva
    It’s not supposed to work objectively. The legal system is controlled by Post modernist Statists, who interpret the law as a means of social justice

    It is indeed used for the purpose you stated. But it is also used in a country of fundamentally free people who have the power to force it to be used objectively.

    Being a free people, however, they also have the power not to force it to be used objectively.

    The problem has never been tyranny. It's always been people who choose tyranny over freedom for the promised comforts of indemnification, versus guaranteed difficulties that come with personal responsibility. Ironically the guaranteed difficulties lead to peace and prosperity, while the promised comforts lead to misery and death. That's why evil preys on the spiritually immature so successfully.

    I often wonder whether the American system is doomed to fail not because it acknowledges God-given freedom, but because there are simply too few spiritually mature people to value that freedom. Instead, more and more Americans are choosing to use their freedom in order to destroy it, like liberals voting for ever more slavery in the name of what they call peace. That's why Lincoln called it "The Great Experiment."

  • Police force pregnant woman to the ground at gunpoint for speeding.....

    10/15/2014 3:57:47 PM PDT · 31 of 33
    Talisker to Morgana
    Police force pregnant woman to the ground at gunpoint for speeding - even though she was in LABOR and on the way to the hospital

    This isn't police work, and its beyond even brutality.

    It's deliberate inhumanity.

  • Finally, America’s new war in Iraq and Syria has a name: Operation Inherent Resolve

    10/15/2014 3:38:27 PM PDT · 8 of 37
    Talisker to Kaslin

    How about:

    Operation Even Worse ROEs

  • Macworld/iWorld Going on ‘Hiatus,’ No Show for 2015

    10/14/2014 10:57:38 PM PDT · 5 of 20
    Talisker to Swordmaker

    “Going on hiatus” instead of just “cancelled.”

    God I’m sick of liberals.

  • 10-Year-Old Charged as Adult in Death of Woman, 90

    10/14/2014 10:40:42 PM PDT · 81 of 95
    Talisker to Eva
    A juvenile cannot be charged with homiciide in PA. Homicide implies intent and a real juvenile is not considered capable of intentionally taking the life of anyone. So, when intent is clear, they charge as an adult.

    LOL, doesn't work. Your definitions contradict each other. Turn it around - what if the kid had sex with an adult, and then indicated the same level of clarity about sex that he is about murder. Would the DA shrug and say, "well, intent was clear so he acted as an adult so there are no statutory rape charges? Hell no - he would say rather that no amount of clarity could establish adult intent by definition.

    Same here. Charging as an adult is a farce. Either get rid of the juvenile laws, or obey them. But a ten year old is out of bounds and the prosecutor is acting shamefully, not to mention illegally. The kid's lawyer should have this thrown out for lack of statutory authority.

  • Company [Firestone] Stops Ebola, While Obama and the UN Fail

    10/14/2014 10:18:47 PM PDT · 30 of 30
    Talisker to 1010RD
    I had my Women and Ethnic Studies professor read your post. She says you’re a crazy right-winger and that Western Civilization has been a net drag on the earth. America was an Eden, a perfect paradise in balance with nature in which aboriginal peoples didn’t waste a thing, until Columbus came. Who am I to argue with her?

    Who are you to argue with her? That's a spiritual question only you can answer. She's paid to protect the liberal plantation, and her Masters do not look kindly on overseers who fail at their jobs. Slave owners uniformly explode with rage when someone threatens their property, especially property that votes. So if you're thinking of presenting her with deeper research, remember that there is no depths to which she will not sink to stay in favor.

    Do not mistake her for someone with a conscience. Her kind has done more harm than anything Columbus could have dreamed of, and they don't intend to stop until the entire planet is a prison - or dead. Read up on the enforcement mechanisms of the Soviet Union, East Germany or Communist China to better understand her real methods and goals.

  • Company [Firestone] Stops Ebola, While Obama and the UN Fail

    10/14/2014 12:20:59 PM PDT · 27 of 30
    Talisker to 1010RD
    You mean the horrors brought by Columbus and the colonialists who followed!?

    Brought to whom? The people's of the America's who practiced slavery and incessant raiding, murder and warfare against each other? Who practiced ritual mass sacrifices of their own peoples? And yet who never developed a philosophy of compassion that would stop such evil to any extant, as was done at least to a degree in the West? Who never developed science or technology or political sophistication? Who could only live in superstitious tribes hunting each other?

    Oh I'm sorry, is the West not perfect like your California Dreaming Running With Wolves soccer mom fantasies of the Noble Red Man?

    LOL, you're a child. You're not even aware you're dehumanizing the former people's of the Americas. By not requiring of them the personal and cultural developments of humanity, you relegate them to the level of animals and dehumanize them. Oh sorry again, all cultural norms are equal? No they're not, freshman with the big eyes. No they're not at all. Some are right, and some are wrong.

    How can we tell the difference? Easy. Let me show you. Get out of college - you don't need to finish your classes. I need to hit you on the head with this stone hammer because we're raising your village today. Why? Well I could discuss the inter-village balance of dominance status vis-à-vis the feedback from ecological stress through hunting boundary changes as they constantly re-adapt to herd migration routes, but all of that is just pointless Western cultural impositions wrongly interpreting my way of life because of inescapable, innate bias. You see, from my true-speaking point of view, you just have to die because you're not of my tribe, mofo. And that's equal to any other belief, according to your own cultural equivalence beliefs. After all, who's to decide?

    Oh look, Columbus is in the harbour. He's not of our tribe, either. Let's see if he's as stupid as you are.

    (500 year later) I guess he wasn't as stupid as you.

  • Company [Firestone] Stops Ebola, While Obama and the UN Fail

    10/13/2014 9:00:33 PM PDT · 10 of 30
    Talisker to grundle
    By all accounts, Firestone’s huge farm — apparently the largest contiguous rubber-tree farm on Earth — is a paradise compared with the destitution and havoc across the rest of war-torn Liberia. “In a country where children walk to school over muddy paths, high-school students here board big yellow school buses, winding over country roads,” the Journal reported. “Electricity flows from a private dam. Water towers, telephone poles, speed-limit signs and brick homes — all exceedingly rare in tropical Africa — stare out over mowed hillsides that resemble the landscape outside Nashville, Tenn., where Firestone’s head office is based.”

    It's called the benefits of WESTERN CIVILIZATION, for any liberal pukes who might be listening in.

  • Photo of Hillary Clinton Staff attorney during Watergate Investigation

    10/13/2014 8:09:36 PM PDT · 17 of 22
    Talisker to lbryce

    Hillary is a creature entirely without conscience.

    That’s why her biggest demand from her followers is loyalty - because she gives none. In fact, she is incapable of it. And that is what her followers learn from her: total treachery to everyone, including each other, forever.

    They survive by eating each other in whatever way they can. They live to rape whatever they can. They are demonic horrors.

    They attract the rage of God.

  • “Moral Movement” prayer vigil embraces Planned Parenthood, leaves out Jesus. Pics and Video

    10/13/2014 7:45:43 PM PDT · 5 of 19
    Talisker to Morgana

    The “Moral Movement” is brought to you by the same mindset that created the “Moderate Muslim.”

  • FBI director: iPhones protect pedophiles

    10/13/2014 1:26:27 PM PDT · 21 of 51
    Talisker to Citizen Zed
    Apple's new privacy features protect kidnappers, pedophiles and terrorists, according to FBI director James Comey. In an interview on CBS' "60 Minutes" on Sunday, Comey said Apple's encryption standards for iPhones and iPads "put people beyond the law."

    Well it looks like they've decided the dumbing-down is complete.

    The only next step I can see is for the Director of the FBI to go on 60 Minutes and just flat-out declare: "because I say so, you got a problem with that"?

  • David Shribman: The muddled midterm elections of 2014 (World-class malarkey)

    10/11/2014 10:57:23 PM PDT · 5 of 6
    Talisker to 2ndDivisionVet
    "Well, there's a lot of fog and muddled sea today, pretty much a boring day at the water, too hot to be cold, too cold to be hot, nothing much going on..."

  • My son with Down syndrome is not a burden to his family

    10/11/2014 6:20:26 PM PDT · 2 of 14
    Talisker to Morgana

    Collectivism does not find love to be cost effective.

  • Junk Bond Funds Just Experienced A 6-Sigma Event

    10/11/2014 1:55:27 PM PDT · 30 of 30
    Talisker to steve86
    But it wasn't a conspiracy when junk bond yields fell so unnaturally for so long?

    Of course it was a conspiracy. Its all a conspiracy. What, do you think billionaires and politicians and CEOs stay up late at night and go to conferences in order to figure out how to play fair, how to follow the law, how to avoid illegal collusions, and how to make sure there is a level marketplace?

    LOL, they're all a bunch of lying, cheating, backstabbing thieves - and proud of of it. And their fundamental motto is: "We're in, and you're out, sucker."

    But don't feel bad. These demons are saying this to an entire planet, so its not like they're singling anyone out... right?

    The best news, though, is that they've finally managed to attract the attention of God...

  • Susan Collins Says It's Too Late To Repeal Obamacare (Surprise!)

    10/10/2014 9:09:57 PM PDT · 41 of 48
    Talisker to Timber Rattler
    "You know at this point, I think we’re past that," Collins said.

    The sneering arrogance of mom-talk is total.

  • Junk Bond Funds Just Experienced A 6-Sigma Event

    10/10/2014 8:57:22 PM PDT · 24 of 30
    Talisker to jacquej
    I have no understanding of what this means, either.

    It means a conspiracy manipulating the bond market.

    Unless you're a tin-foil hat wearer who actually believes a 1-in-500-million longshot actually came in.

  • 40 painful seconds of Alison Grimes refusing to say whether she voted for Obama (KY Senate)

    10/10/2014 4:24:06 PM PDT · 36 of 37

    Nope. Won’t work.

    Context is what you’re manipulating, not me. You’re trying to normalize Grimes’ answer and I’m not fooled by your simplistic tactics. Fact is that there’s no context between your question and what Grimes did. And further, the sophistication of the root of your question denies the inclusion of the simplistic examples you include with it.

    Busted. Your game is to try to induce a level of normalcy in dealing with your childish mishmash question which makes the level of mishmash in Grimes’answer seem normal. Oh, and you’re supposed to be invisible, too. Yawn.

    That’s why I called you a trainee. You use NLP like a club with “not a club” written on the side of it in crayon. Of course these days, maybe you’re the best they’ve got. Nothing would surprise me anymore. But your skill set is still trainee level, no matter what little stars you get to wear.

    Whatever. Doesn’t really matter, but you’ll be the last to understand that.

  • The Secret Synod Freak Show, Brought to You by Pope Francis

    10/10/2014 2:09:18 PM PDT · 5 of 35
    Talisker to WayneS
    This is too histrionic in tone for me to finish reading it.

    He says, histrionically.

    Not that you're trying to stop people from reading it of course.


  • When harmless fun crosses the line into hazing

    10/10/2014 1:56:43 PM PDT · 10 of 40
    Talisker to EveningStar

    Violence is a part of life, and like everything else, has appropriate applications that must be learned and practiced.

    Liberals have removed appropriate violence from the curriculum and replaced it with draconian shaming and punishment.

    As a result, young people do not learn appropriate violence. Instead they learn what is done to them by their teachers and parents - punishment designed literally to break someone’s spirit and force them into psychological slavery.

    So that’s what they do to each other.

  • 40 painful seconds of Alison Grimes refusing to say whether she voted for Obama (KY Senate)

    10/10/2014 1:31:58 PM PDT · 34 of 37

    Read what I wrote. You said “everyone.” I pointed that out. Why? Because someone who is running for public office is not “everyone.” The rights of such people are voluntarily restricted by their request that people trust them with public office. Such requests publicly invite vetting. Vetting includes inquiries into political affiliations. Political affiliations are indicated by voting. Voting is indicated by acts as well as change of affiliations. Changes require explanation. People running for office are not “everyone.”

    In addition, the extremity of the evasion in this situation is a subject in itself. Your question implies forcing people to divulge votes. But that is not what happened here - this was just a question. Should questions for people running for office be banned? Isn’t the way someone answers a question they don’t want to answer part of vetting? So where was the violation here?

    By the way, Grimes agrees with me. That’s why she didn’t simply claim voting privacy in her answer - because these issues I raised are, in fact, issues. And so claiming voting privacy is not a viable answer under these circumstances.

    I hope I explained in such a way that even you can understand it.

    And if you’re offended, there’s a simple solution - next time don’t defend an openly, brazenly lying politician.

    (And that’s not an implicit defense of McConnell - he’s a backstabbing RINO who has to go. But Grimes is just as bad.)

  • 40 painful seconds of Alison Grimes refusing to say whether she voted for Obama (KY Senate)

    10/09/2014 11:17:59 PM PDT · 22 of 37
    What would be the point of having secret ballots, if everyone were expected to tell every random reporter who they voted for?

    "Everyone"?! LOL! Oh look, a shill trainee.

    Take some advice - get past mouth-breathing before you try posting anything you think resembles logic.

  • Pro-abortion Democrat accuses post-abortive woman of having a weak personality

    10/08/2014 1:02:44 PM PDT · 12 of 30
    Talisker to wagglebee

    Three ways to feel nothing after an abortion:

    1. You’re a sociopath to begin with (what’s a feeling?)

    2. Antidepressants (whatever...)

    3. Projection (start hating men and become a feminist)

    Combos of these three enable a rise into liberal management.

  • The Fake Courage of Vegans...

    10/08/2014 12:53:19 PM PDT · 21 of 27
    Talisker to The Looking Spoon

    Vegans are not about refusing to eat meat.

    Vegans are about refusing to let YOU eat meat.

    And to accomplish that, they are quite willing to create a totalitarian state, for your own good.

  • Students, stomachs grumble over Michelle O’s menu

    10/08/2014 11:01:47 AM PDT · 15 of 31
    Talisker to PROCON
    I’ve seen how “successful” Moochelle’s program is in the school district I worked in. A 220 lb football player gets the same portion of lunch as a 90 lb cheerleader. Go figure.

    That alone should be able to get an emergency injunction against these insane communistic student-destruction food control rules on the grounds of starvation.

    Every single parent in the country should refuse to send their child to school until these rules are dumped.

    It want all that long ago that that would have been the reaction, too. But with over half the mommies and daddies on Prozac, well, is just not something to get excited about...

  • Slings and Arrows

    10/08/2014 10:51:42 AM PDT · 6 of 8
    Talisker to Kaslin

    Maher is such a flaming @sshole it wouldn’t surprise me a bit if he’s actually a crypto-muslim practicing taqqiya in order to create a “bad guy” whipping horse other liberals can condemn - on orders from the White House.

  • "Nobody Has Any Idea How Disastrous It's Going To Be" Warns California Water Expert

    10/06/2014 12:11:24 AM PDT · 86 of 87
    Talisker to SeeSharp

    Oh, I forgot to repeat the actually subject you’ve tried to detail the thread over: thirty million illegal alien criminal Mexican invaders.

    Thirty million.

    To hide that, you lied about the full history of millions of enslaved Irish, and denied my ancestors were a part of any extended family, country or people while repeating that I’m lying about the fact that my ancestors who came here... came here.

    M’kay. Again, the actual subject is thirty million criminal invaders. Who you imply are justified in their criminal invasion and abandonment of their country because my family immigrated legally and became actual, legal Americans, along with millions of other legal immigrants.

    And as I pointed out, you have a real problem with that legal thing. So much so that you never even mention it, even though it is literally the subject - times thirty million.

    In addition to these parasites being seduced by government swag doled out under racist laws to ensure they vote Democrat.

    Yet from you, more crickets.

    Which is why, of course, you pound on fantasies of relevancy. After all, what’s your alternative? The truth?

    You’re saying those thirty million criminals are the same as the previous millions of legal immigrants. That’s your big lie - you know, the one you won’t state openly because its so openly dishonest.

    Like I said, you’re a liberal. Positions, tactics, thinking, motivation - all dishonest, all criminal, all secretive, implicatory and delivered from the teachings of Alinsky.

    And incredibly, you actually think you’re invisible.

    Well you’re not invisible. You’re insane.

  • Critical USB hack goes public; how bad is the risk?

    10/05/2014 11:40:43 PM PDT · 7 of 17
    Talisker to TChad

    This sounds like a marketing response to security issues in the cloud.

  • "Nobody Has Any Idea How Disastrous It's Going To Be" Warns California Water Expert

    10/05/2014 11:18:02 PM PDT · 85 of 87
    Talisker to SeeSharp

    Whatever, liberal.

  • Open Letter to Glenn Beck: You Owe Poland an Apology

    10/05/2014 9:58:47 PM PDT · 18 of 33
    Talisker to Mozilla
    bal blah blah....way too long to read. I’ll just stick to hearing and seeing Beck and The Blaze and leave it at that. :P

    Then you join Beck as scum. This is an incredible post deserving of profound respect, honoring a people's history of staggering courage in the face of the blackest evil.

    The end of the world is people like you being allowed free speech rights. Is that clear enough, or do you need me to actually curse you directly to get my point?

  • My First-Hand Experience With Tesla Motors, Inc.'s Ninja-Like Service

    10/05/2014 8:13:35 PM PDT · 11 of 25
    Talisker to goldstategop

    I’ll pay attention when they run them off windmills.

    The same rich liberals who plug them into electric outlets that feed off of oil, gas, coal and nuclear energy plants want to kill those same plants.

    Staggering hypocrisy.

  • Abortion Isn’t a Necessary Evil. It’s Great

    10/05/2014 8:08:15 PM PDT · 9 of 28
    Talisker to right-wing agnostic

    What an incredible article.

    Liberals have no concept of reductio ad absurdum.

    They’re completely insane.

  • It's Time To Talk About Serious IRS Reform

    10/05/2014 8:00:49 PM PDT · 5 of 17
    Talisker to right-wing agnostic

    LOL, absolutely nobody wants real IRS reform.


    I know it for a fact.