Open Thread, Friday 7 February 2014

Maroon Bells and Maroon Lake - autumn colors at sunrise


About GruntOfMonteCristo

Fearless and Devout Catholic Christian First, Loving Husband and Father Second, Pissed-Off Patriot Third, Rocket Engineer Dork Last.
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13 Responses to Open Thread, Friday 7 February 2014

  1. I KNEW it! (Hat tip: Wirecutter.)

  2. Public Service Warning for today.

    They keep misspelling “assteroid.”

  3. Oh, good. Every NYPD cop you pass will soon know about your messy divorce records as you walk by. If your face shares characteristics with known dog registration violators, prepare to be shot at a couple of times a day. πŸ™„

  4. Message here: Get used to being violated, America.

    BTW, these are my TSA agents at my local airport, and this woman lives just down the road from us. I never get patted down, but that’s probably because I actually look like an ugly terrorist from a bad Van Damme movie. Maybe they think I’m a moslem, so they leave me alone. Heaven help us if the TSA actually did THEIR JOB and paid attention to guys who actually *could* be a threat. If you look like a little girl or a cute housewife, you can expect to be violated. A lot. F*cking TSA.

  5. New Tweet:

    New Post:
    Employment-Population Ratio,
    Correlated with Majority Party,
    Jan 1995 – Jan 2014

  6. Trey Gowdy: “I wish some of my colleagues would ask the President” about that “smidgen of corruption” at IRS.

  7. texan59 says:

    I have to admit that I have some pretty cool in-laws. This pic was posted on FB by Mrs. T’s 70 year-old aunt. πŸ™‚

  8. barnslayer says:

    An article on moslem toilet etiquette. I wonder how often those words are used in the same sentence?

  9. Knight4GFC says:

    Nothing surprises me here.

    First of all, you will end up seeing more people in this world attempt to throw off the oppression, terror, and evil that Islam brings, via Muslim terrorists. Yes, it will be ugly, especially if you’ve endured the atrocities the Muslim terrorists dealt, for many years.

    Secondly, the portrayal of this story is so typical of the progressive, anti-Christian media. Take note how this article stresses that this/these incident/s was done by “Christians”.

    “Anti Balaka” – Anti Machete. Hmm… I wonder why the group was named this?

    “The violence was sparked after the Seleka rebel group installed Michel Djotodia as the country’s first Muslim president in a coup in March 2013.

    The following months saw rogue Seleka fighters unleash a wave of atrocities against Christians, prompting the emergence of “anti-balaka” (anti-machete) militia who began launching revenge attacks.” – C. Africa crowd lynches fleeing Muslim: witnesses

    I do not condone any of these actions, period. It’s not Christian. It’s anti-Christ. People that go to these extremes, I have no respect for. However, there is a “time for war”. War is ugly. Unfortunate things happen in war. For example, subordinates disobey and go on rampages. This happens. Does that reflect the whole group? No, it doesn’t.

    If I lived there as a Christian, and endured the atrocities done by the hands of these Muslim terrorists, you can bet that I would be the first to attempt to throw them off my back. That is my right as a human, given to me by God. Would I kill an innocent human being, Muslim or not? Knowingly, never! Unknowingly? God-willing, as a Christian, I again say, never! Christianity does not teach what Islam does! Christianity, formed a nation who’s doors are open to anyone, and offering freedom to ALL races of any religion to live their lives the way they choose, so long as you live peacefully, under the constitution which make this possible.

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