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Woody's nightmare going airborne at the 45 second mark.


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Anyone can spew hate on here, I don't own this site...........I've had more thrown at me than anybody..........The difference between me and Real is that I don't play the victim..........If that's what he chooses to do, so be it..........
 
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Boo-hoo for you
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"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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Woody said...........
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They are cloven hoofed. Should I take it that all Old Testament dietary constraints are still in effect? Should catfish (fish without scales), or shrimp not be consumed? I thought we were freed from dietary constraints. Do I request a Hebrew National hot dog at the ballpark, and file suit if denied? Are baby back ribs forbidden?


Lots of questions, Woody, and I'll be glad to answer them all............


The Bible says, animals to be eaten should be cloven-hoofed and chew a cud..........Huge difference than what you insinuated.........

The dietary constraints that always will be in effect for followers are the same ones that was pronounced in the Bible to followers by the Creator to be followed forever.............These are not to be confused with the dietary laws Moses pronounced as sacrificial dieting............Moses' sacrificial dietary laws went away with the crucifixion of Jesus............Sacrificial deeds went away, since Jesus is the last sacrifice for mankind...........

The Creator tells us to eat only fish which has fins and scales............Fish being anything that comes from the waters...........Catfish and shrimp are not to be eaten...........

If we eat an animal, it must have a cloven-hoof and chew a cud...........And, we're not to eat, or drink, the fat, bones, or the blood of the animal............So, the meat must be well-cooked and trimmed of fat............I would say ribs are out...........Hot dogs, whether Hebrew or not, are out.........If there's doubt, don't eat it............We shouldn't eat only to please ourselves...........

The way we think of clean and unclean animals is not what matters.........So many people have no idea what the Bible says about animals which the Creator deemed to be clean or unclean to be eaten, or not to be eaten........The Creator's Law was declared by the Creator before Moses was born and before the Jews even existed - even before the earth was flooded, which was before Abraham....................Noah knew of the Law during his lifetime..........And, it's why Noah put the animals on the Ark not just in pairs, as most people are taught, and want to believe..........The Creator told Noah in what numbers to put the animals on the Ark...........The clean animals did not enter the Ark in pairs............ 

Everything I've said here is Biblically accurate...........Every one of us will make the decision to read for ourselves, or choose not to...........I've chosen to read and study the Bible.........I hope others do the same.............






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Oh STFU. You are a babbling fool.
I have never known KIR to play the victim. Only in your mind does the stuff you post mimic reality

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Real said...........
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 .................quit giving dietary advice unless it's requested. You'd be the last person I would listen to for dietary advice.


Not asking anyone to listen to what I say............The reference I'm giving that should be read is a lot more than just dietary advice alone...............
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Didn't take much chum to troll-up Spazzy this morning............Just threw out a little slick  and, BAM, we got him............[biggrin]
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I was watching a program on TV yesterday about oyster harvesting..........The guy harvesting them said the oysters filter the water in the bay............I had to wonder if he ate 'em...........

And, I wonder how many know of the trichinella worm in pork..........There's a lot of information on it out there............The pork industry does a pretty good job of trying to smother that info.............

It's not just the Government who lies to us............The seafood, pork and poultry lobby is quite powerful in controlling what our Government and the MSM puts out there for us..............
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Bible scrogged a good gun thread.
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Wrong, uwA, man-kind scrogged the thread...........
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Bluedog reads from an "alternate" Bible
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Wrong, uwA, man-kind scrogged the thread...........

Someone sure scrogged it, cause it is sure as 5hit, scrogged.

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I read, and study, the King James Bible...........Although, there are several translations that match-up to the message just fine............

What I don't read are the alternatives............


Durden, just what do you question in what I posted?..........You seem to insinuate I'm misrepresenting what the Bible tells us..........Can you offer a Biblical rebuttal to back-up your insinuation?

Or, can you not do so?
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On a scale of 1 to 10, my 1st cousin cooked some baby backs for me today, 2 racks,  [3 racks last week week that my nephews and daughter stole from me] that scored a 9.80.

 The ribs?  they looked pretty clean, to the bone 

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"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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I am planning on shooting subsonic ammo out of this rifle at around 75 yards at pigs using night vision, or feeder mounted lights. I have a lot of AR-15's with large capacity mags, and thousands of rounds of 5.56 ammo. What we are talking about here is barrel length and twist, bullet weight and speed, and planting that oversized weighted slow moving bullet with a small charge of powder into the pump station, or more likely behind the ear of a 200 lb or less oinker for a dirt nap. I am looking for knowledge from people that have shot suppressed 300 blackouts, as compared to a 308 suppressed at short yardages. I want to kill pigs subsonic. I have killed hogs with 5.56, 22 LR, 22 mags, 17 HMR, .243, 30-06, and 7mm Rem mags. They all died, but I want to shoot at night, shoot quieter, and kill more piggies. Heck, you can shoot high velocity rounds in a 22 lr pistol without a can and not break supersonic, because of barrel length. I am on a mission to make a silent pig killer.

All hogs must die.



Out of the box the Savage with the bedded accustock will drive tacks, over the 700.

Not sure subsonic will pack enough punch for piggies. My sons FIL is a Class III dealer and manufactures internally suppressed rifles off of the Savage action. Couple years back he took his younger SIL deer hunting for youth weekend with daddies suppressed .308 and subsonic hand loads. She shot a decent doe at 65 yards, they like to never found it. Bullet was not a pass through so tracking was really tough, when they did find it they jumped up a big female bobcat munching down on her deer.

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I have also heard the subsonics won't kill. However, I have also seen a lot of videos of pigs dropping with one shot at ranges of around 75 yards or less with .308, and .300 BO subsonic loads. It appears that a lot has to do with bullet design or it might be better termed expansion. I know a guy that killed a Javelina in the city limits of Sanderson that had been rooting up the elementary school playground. He killed it with one shot from a Benjamin pellet rifle. Shot placement is everything.
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Nothing on this thread from a gun grabber until someone who shouldn't have a gun gets a hold of a gun, then watch them flock

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"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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I'm going to take another tact on gun control. I'm going to insist gun owners control their own weapons. Take responsibility for their use and be held accountable when they are used in an incident. 

  • Set up a more complete data base for all guns and ammunition
  • Set up a means of reporting transfers of these guns and ammo
  • Charge gun owners a fee for owning and purchasing guns and ammo to finance this data base
  • Set stiff penalties for being found in possession of an unregistered gun
  • Gun ranges should be required to check guns used on their premises
  • Gun shows should be responsible for guns in their possession. Police can check records for all merchandise.
  • Set stiff penalties for being found in possession of quantities of ammunition that can't be explained with receipts
  • Set stiff penalties if the gun used in an incident like yesterday is traced back and no record of transfer is available.
  • Immediate confiscation of any unregistered gun or ammunition
  • Stolen guns or ammo must be explained with a police report, guns stolen from a house that were not secured in a safe would result in a stiff fine and possibly jail time
These are just a few of the ideas that popped into my head this morning. Let's get gun control, not gun confiscation legislation started today. Won't stop all gun violence, but no laws stop all the violations they are written for. If one child's life is saved, can you argue with the expense? What if it was your child? 

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If you vote for Republicans and don't think we need serious gun controls in this country, then don't shed any fake tears when more and more innocent kids get murdered--don't send any of your trite "thoughts and prayers." How many school shootings have their been this year--18? More. And that's just schools, doesn't count the scores of other mass shootings, which happen just about every day. Guns are not a right--they're a scourge. The 2nd Amendment clearly puts gun ownership in the context of state militias that haven't been around for 200 years.

GOP congressmen are pathetic cowards who value their silly jobs more than protecting the people in this country. What, nearly 60 people massacred in Las Vegas, hundreds wounded, and they can't even ban bump stocks? Utterly disgraceful. Eventually, when enough of their children are killed, the country bumpkins may want to reconsider their ignorant views on guns. But enlightened viewpoints are pretty scarce among the bumpkins, who comically think they're going to save the day with their guns when all they really do is get drunk one night and accidentally shoot the dog--or themselves, or some innocent person in a fit of rage. Oh, and if you have an extended stay in the hospital that bankrupts you, don't be angry about it--it's what you voted for. We have a country bumpkin/redneck problem in America, which has given us the guns, health care, religion and Trump problems. And the bible? Silly stories for kids. 

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Nothing on this thread from a gun grabber until someone who shouldn't have a gun gets a hold of a gun, then watch them flock


Like moths to the flame.

Kazoo, no one here has mentioned thoughts and prayers for years. [1 post back in 2013 by fhoenix about prayers.  Study up on who you're dealing with retard]

My wife and bluedog, among millions of others say prayers work, hard for me to fathom.

273 school shootings since Sandy Hook. There are almost always warning signs posted on social media.

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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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Vance Law is a cowardly keyboard warrior that wouldn’t say half of these things to any republicans face.
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Originally Posted by Fresh
I'm going to take another tact on gun control. I'm going to insist gun owners control their own weapons. Take responsibility for their use and be held accountable when they are used in an incident. 

  • Set up a more complete data base for all guns and ammunition
  • Set up a means of reporting transfers of these guns and ammo
  • Charge gun owners a fee for owning and purchasing guns and ammo to finance this data base
  • Set stiff penalties for being found in possession of an unregistered gun
  • Gun ranges should be required to check guns used on their premises
  • Gun shows should be responsible for guns in their possession. Police can check records for all merchandise.
  • Set stiff penalties for being found in possession of quantities of ammunition that can't be explained with receipts
  • Set stiff penalties if the gun used in an incident like yesterday is traced back and no record of transfer is available.
  • Immediate confiscation of any unregistered gun or ammunition
  • Stolen guns or ammo must be explained with a police report, guns stolen from a house that were not secured in a safe would result in a stiff fine and possibly jail time
These are just a few of the ideas that popped into my head this morning. Let's get gun control, not gun confiscation legislation started today. Won't stop all gun violence, but no laws stop all the violations they are written for. If one child's life is saved, can you argue with the expense? What if it was your child? 


I'm on board with all of this with the possible exception of the fee for simply owning a gun.  The issue, as with most issues, is that 99% of gun owners are already responsible people.  If we had put all of these measures in place, would it have stopped the guy yesterday?  Hard to say.

We need to learn more about what drove him to do what he did and figure out better ways to deal with those demons.

In the meantime, we should spend a little time in here praying for the victims.

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Terp I'm sure you've been writing your congressional representatives in state, local and federal governments for the last several years since Columbine and Sandy Hook.  I'm sure that you, dietwatereddown coke, slapper, freshyturd and duaine have written the LA Times and the Washington Post.  I'm sure you have marched with the families after these shootings.  You talk [write] a big game on what should be done.  Do you do more than post on a softball website?  Please tell me you're a full fledged SJW beating the pavement for your causes
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"Getting your motor revved about taking our guns is going to be what undoes your efforts."

"I like to establish the parameters of my own thoughts and don't think I need a director."

"This is not debate class. And this is not about politeness. We're talking about the damn future of our country"

"It is not just simply yelling out a name and yelling down dissenters........................... and I'll defend your right to even insult me" 
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Originally Posted by kazoo

If you vote for Republicans and don't think we need serious gun controls in this country, then don't shed any fake tears when more and more innocent kids get murdered--don't send any of your trite "thoughts and prayers." How many school shootings have their been this year--18? More. And that's just schools, doesn't count the scores of other mass shootings, which happen just about every day. Guns are not a right--they're a scourge. The 2nd Amendment clearly puts gun ownership in the context of state militias that haven't been around for 200 years.

GOP congressmen are pathetic cowards who value their silly jobs more than protecting the people in this country. What, nearly 60 people massacred in Las Vegas, hundreds wounded, and they can't even ban bump stocks? Utterly disgraceful. Eventually, when enough of their children are killed, the country bumpkins may want to reconsider their ignorant views on guns. But enlightened viewpoints are pretty scarce among the bumpkins, who comically think they're going to save the day with their guns when all they really do is get drunk one night and accidentally shoot the dog--or themselves, or some innocent person in a fit of rage. Oh, and if you have an extended stay in the hospital that bankrupts you, don't be angry about it--it's what you voted for. We have a country bumpkin/redneck problem in America, which has given us the guns, health care, religion and Trump problems. And the bible? Silly stories for kids. 


650 people were murdered in the city of Chicago in 2017.  Do you care about them?  If so, will you propose to ban all handguns as well?

It's amazing to me that you think it's okay to talk about "country bumpkin/redneck" references.  The guy yesterday - his last name was Cruz.  Doesn't sound like a redneck to me.

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Cruz's can't be rednecks? Why?
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Do I support the banning of handguns? ABSOLUTELY. That is something we must do in this country--and ban assault rifles as well. There should be no sale, no import, no manufacture, no trade of handguns and assault rifles, and maybe other weapons as well. The bottom line is that protecting lives, enhancing public safety, is far, far more important than coddling gun makers or indulging the hobby and sheriff-wannabe fantasies of middle-aged men. The self-defense argument is bogus--and anything you hear from the NRA related to self-defense numbers are lies. And if you ban handguns, the self-defense argument loses almost all validity. We have a bunch of Republicans, and a few Democrats, who are pathetic weasels when it comes to gun control; they care more about the protecting the money they get from the NRA and their silly jobs more than they care about solving a serious problem in this country--one that we've had for years. Banning handguns would largely end most inner-city violence, and it's just common sense. The gun violence problem that we have and ignore in this country is a shameful--a disgrace. And to hear all these GOP politicians send out their "prayers" to the victims time and time again while they do nothing is truly nauseating. 

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The Felon that repeatedly beat his wife and recently killed two officers, couldn't legally own, or buy a weapon. Yet he had one.

I think the real reason that insane people are freely walking around among us can be traced back to Democrat lawmakers during the Reagan presidency. Back in that time period, if a family recognized their child, or loved one was insane, and needed psychiatric treatment, they could have them committed to a mental institution by court order. Dems put a stop to that. Add to that the current practice of doctors prescribing mood controlling drugs to young people, drugs who's known side effects are suicidal thoughts, and tendencies is out of hand. When we were young, the quirky kid that disrupted class was disciplined, made to sit in the corner, and forced to learn what was and was not acceptable behavior. Now we drug them, and hope they don't go bizerk.

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 And to hear all these GOP politicians send out their "prayers" to the victims time and time again while they do nothing is truly nauseating.  


This I very much agree with........100%!!!

But, what is, also, nauseating is your call for gun-control............Now, that's just plain dumb!!!!
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