June 11th, 2011 @ 5:27PM
|this whole weiner scandal 24 hour news coverage crap is a diversion from the bilderberg meeting going on in switzerland right now. |
June 11th, 2011 @ 11:28PM
|Regarding the Kansas Motorist, What kind of moronic judge lets this man off on bail. HE is either so crazy, or so evil that he kills a pedestrian and doesn`t care about being caught. It is obviously not safe to let him be in the general public... Judicial Fail|
June 14th, 2011 @ 6:45AM
|Neil Patrick Harris came out right after the first Harold and Kumar movie was released. IRRC|
June 14th, 2011 @ 7:20AM
The Land of Chocolate
|Neil Patrick Harris is preeettty gay, I do believe.|
It almost makes it funnier given the roles he takes in tv shows and movies.
June 14th, 2011 @ 8:05AM
|That south park episode last week was downright depressing.|
I hope they keep doing the show.
June 14th, 2011 @ 9:05AM
|Regarding the Sexual Harassment link. I don`t think you have to worry about women taking advantage of the system by allowing sexual harassment to happen to get rich. |
In this case she called the companies Sexual Harrassment Hotline and no action was taken. I imagine that if the company had done their job then this probably would not have even made it to court.
June 14th, 2011 @ 1:25PM
|Nebu how can you be so in to Modern Warfare? Have you tried Battlefield? I`ve played both and MW is so dumbed down in comparison in my opinion. Also BF3 looks leagues beyond what they`re showing for MW3. Take a look on gametrailers.com and see for yourself.|
June 14th, 2011 @ 1:35PM
|I loved BF1942, BF1943, BF2 (until choppers/jets overpowered). I did not enjoy BF BC2. I'm excited about BF3. I think there's room for both games. I have already been posting about both. I'm going PC this time though for BF3 and XBox for MW3|
June 14th, 2011 @ 3:36PM
|I wasn't really impressed with that footage of MW3. The Modern Warfare 2 campaign had similar sights in game... I don't think this is going to be a big step up.|
June 15th, 2011 @ 4:29PM
|Lulzsec is a govt hacker scam. its a cyberspace false flag. its designed to help get the internet shut down or taxed and heavily controlled by the govt. So these hackers are attacking all the big things to make everyone feel the internet is under attack. The mainstream media is yesterdays garbage and so they want the internet and all the free sources of information shut down. The only thing they want the internet up for is a few corporate business`s Watch out Nebu WoW will be next.|
These arent snotnosed pothead hackers with bad haircuts this is a crack team of shaved head guys in a room in the pentagon. With all the hacker stuff watch just watch there will be news all over from the mainstream turd news saying "the internet is too dangerous we need control measures to keep these hackers away. Perhaps charge money for each email charge money for each webpage visited bla bla bla"
The main guy who was in charge of one of the hubs the internet is on resigned and it was in the news he was pissed because the pentagon was taking it over. They want the internet shut down so bad but they need to stage terror attacks on the internet to do that....this is it its happening. Just be ready cuz i do believe with wows popularity wow will be next. they are attacking all the popular stuff...first sony online, now eve and others...wows turn is coming. it will probably be credit card number thefts in the millions.
June 16th, 2011 @ 4:17PM
|The B17 that burned up in Illinois the other day was from my hometown. The guy restores WW2 planes all the time. I hope this wasn't the one he spent a ton of money pulling out of the ice in Greenland. Check it...|
Word To Your Mom
June 16th, 2011 @ 8:58PM
|Ah, the venerable B-17. My grandfather was a tailgunner on a B-17 in WWII. He flew 35 missions over Germany. He was in the 305th Bomb Group, and his group commander for a short period was none other than the famous Curtis LeMay (before he got promoted several times).|
It's sad to think of how few of those bombers are still airworthy. I've probably seen half the airworthy fleet at one time or another. Those planes are pretty small--it's hard to believe they were considered a strategic bomber.
What a strange war it must have been for 8th Air Force personnel. One night you could be out drinking in an English pub in some quiet pastoral town. The next morning you're up at 30,000 feet, unpressurized, perhaps bombing Berlin and fighting for your life against the Luftwaffe and flak.
June 18th, 2011 @ 9:20PM
|"Ladies and Gentlemen, I believe you've had too much Weiner. And so I regret that I must announce my resignation."|
That's how I imagine it went down. No?