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Cary Kollins

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#3105643 Jurassic World

Posted by Cary Kollins on Today, 11:47 AM

 

 

I'm so sorry for the rant. I'm just really upset by this because it's something I was really looking forward to. This is just bad, lazy film making. I'm truly crestfallen at what I've seen in the trailer.

 

 

 

I thought it was cheesy as hell too. Maybe it'll be super cheesy but fun, instead of super cheesy and terrible.

 

 

Pratt's character's line about creating the ultimate killing machine or whatever...like that is something out of a highschool film project.




#3105587 This weekend's preemptive gif

Posted by Cary Kollins on Today, 10:50 AM

win:

 

 

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lose:

 

 

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#3105536 Jurassic World

Posted by Cary Kollins on Today, 09:52 AM

Cuttlefish?  Wtf

 

 

run for your life!

 

 

HERE IT COMES

 

 

 

 

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#3105525 Name the Panther who said this quote

Posted by Cary Kollins on Today, 09:33 AM

"Stah raised tha Bah"

 

Go!




#3105519 Current projected temperature for Panthers/Vikings game

Posted by Cary Kollins on Today, 09:28 AM

Chance of snow 0%

Chance of Panthers win 10%

 

 

homer




#3104520 Ferguson Decision

Posted by Cary Kollins on Yesterday, 10:10 AM

Why are cops using 19the century technology to subdue people. Seems like we could invent something that doesn't kill or does major harm a person in the 21st century?

 

 

Apparently the Ferguson PD only has one taser and it was not on Wilson that day.

 

 

 

If anything good comes of this, maybe it'll be that police all over the country are armed with non-lethal weapons. If the riot guys are all carrying non-lethal devices, why not the regular cops? It just makes sense.




#3103000 12-year-old in Cleveland with a BB gun shot by cop

Posted by Cary Kollins on 24 November 2014 - 11:51 AM

A liar too now? DIAF with your family.

 

 

Debauch In Apple Fritters?

 

 

Why that sounds like a lovely idea for Thanksgiving!  Thanks for the idea Panda




#3102989 12-year-old in Cleveland with a BB gun shot by cop

Posted by Cary Kollins on 24 November 2014 - 11:39 AM

Because you're a little bitch that reports Tinderbox posts? Yeah.

 

I really hope Jesus answers my prayers.

 

 

never reported a thing since i've been here




#3102976 12-year-old in Cleveland with a BB gun shot by cop

Posted by Cary Kollins on 24 November 2014 - 11:32 AM

No, I'm quite sober.

Isn't your wife crying about something insignificant?

 

 

still butthurt huh




#3102922 12-year-old in Cleveland with a BB gun shot by cop

Posted by Cary Kollins on 24 November 2014 - 10:45 AM

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#3100023 Republican blogger: The GOP wins set up party for spectacular, catastrophic f...

Posted by Cary Kollins on 21 November 2014 - 03:45 PM

from the Houston Chronicle

 

He sounds worried.

 

 


Few things are as dangerous to a long term strategy as a short-term victory. Republicans this week scored the kind of win that sets one up for spectacular, catastrophic failure and no one is talking about it.

What emerges from the numbers is the continuation of a trend that has been in place for almost two decades. Once again, Republicans are disappearing from the competitive landscape at the national level across the most heavily populated sections of the country while intensifying their hold on a declining electoral bloc of aging, white, rural voters. The 2014 election not only continued that doomed pattern, it doubled down on it. As a result, it became apparent from the numbers last week that no Republican candidate has a credible shot at the White House in 2016, and the chance of the GOP holding the Senate for longer than two years is precisely zero.

For Republicans looking for ways that the party can once again take the lead in building a nationally relevant governing agenda, the 2014 election is a prelude to a disaster. Understanding this trend begins with a stark graphic.

 

 

Behold the Blue Wall:

 

 

 

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The Blue Wall is block of states that no Republican Presidential candidate can realistically hope to win. Tuesday that block finally extended to New Hampshire, meaning that at the outset of any Presidential campaign, a minimally effective Democratic candidate can expect to win 257 electoral votes without even trying. That’s 257 out of the 270 needed to win.

 

This means that the next Presidential election, and all subsequent ones until a future party realignment, will be decided in the Democratic primary. Only by sweeping all nine of the states that remain in contention AND also flipping one impossibly Democratic state can a Republican candidate win the White House. What are the odds that a Republican candidate capable of passing muster with 2016 GOP primary voters can accomplish that feat? You do the math.

 

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The biggest Republican victory in decades did not move the map. The Republican party’s geographic and demographic isolation from the rest of American actually got worse.

A few other items of interest from the 2014 election results:

- Republican Senate candidates lost every single race behind the Blue Wall. Every one.

 

- Behind the Blue Wall there were some new Republican Governors, but their success was very specific and did not translate down the ballot. None of these candidates ran on social issues, Obama, or opposition the ACA. Rauner stands out as a particular bright spot in Illinois, but Democrats in Illinois retained their supermajority in the State Assembly, similar to other northern states, without losing a single seat.

 

- Republicans in 2014 were the most popular girl at a party no one attended. Voter turnout was awful.

 

- Democrats have consolidated their power behind the sections of the country that generate the overwhelming bulk of America’s wealth outside the energy industry. That’s only ironic if you buy into far-right propaganda, but it’s interesting none the less.

 

- Vote suppression is working remarkably well, but that won’t last. Eventually Democrats will help people get the documentation they need to meet the ridiculous and confusing new requirements. The whole “voter integrity” sham may have given Republicans a one or maybe two-election boost in low-turnout races. Meanwhile we kissed off minority votes for the foreseeable future.

 

- Across the country, every major Democratic ballot initiative was successful, including every minimum wage increase, even in the red states.

 

- Every personhood amendment failed.

 

 

 

 


This is an age built for Republican solutions. The global economy is undergoing a massive, accelerating transformation that promises massive new wealth and staggering challenges. We need heads-up, intelligent adaptations to capitalize on those challenges. Republicans, with their traditional leadership on commercial issues should be at the leading edge of planning to capitalize on this emerging environment.

 

What are we getting from Republicans? Climate denial, theocracy, thinly veiled racism, paranoia, and Benghazi hearings. Lots and lots of hearings on Benghazi.

 

It is almost too late for Republicans to participate in shaping the next wave of our economic and political transformation. The opportunities we inherited coming out of the Reagan Era are blinking out of existence one by one while we chase so-called “issues” so stupid, so blindingly disconnected from our emerging needs that our grandchildren will look back on our performance in much the same way that we see the failures of the generation that fought desegregation.

Something, some force, some gathering of sane, rational, authentically concerned human beings generally at peace with reality must emerge in the next four to six years from the right, or our opportunity will be lost for a long generation. Needless to say, Greg Abbott and Jodi Ernst are not that force.

“Winning” this election did not help that force emerge. This was a dark week for Republicans, and for everyone who wants to see America remain the world’s most vibrant, most powerful nation.

 

http://blog.chron.co...ion/#28114101=0




#3099808 Emperor Obama?

Posted by Cary Kollins on 21 November 2014 - 12:01 PM

Isn't there a rule that you cannot debate a topic if you cannot spell said topic?




#3097728 Emperor Obama?

Posted by Cary Kollins on 19 November 2014 - 07:18 PM

Obama elected: Repubs bitch and complain
Democratic majority in House and Senate: Repubs bitch and complain
Republicans gain majority in House: Repubs bitch and complain
Republicans gain majority in Senate, retain majority in House: Repubs bitch and complain

WTF is it with you people? Are you so used to being in a constant state of whiny, hormonal, emotional imbalance that it's the only behavior you know?

What happens if by some chance a Republican wins the Presidency in 2016? You all going into a complete manic-depressive collapse and jump off a building?


There is a very real, deep persecution complex sold to older white folks and they eat it up.


#3097259 Panthers Working Out WR Tysson Poots

Posted by Cary Kollins on 19 November 2014 - 01:26 PM

We could have really used his locker room presence.

 

Poots is one of those silent but deadly types.




#3096953 Emperor Obama?

Posted by Cary Kollins on 19 November 2014 - 10:45 AM

You want the video showing exactly where Obama said he "couldn't" do this action...that he's NOT an emperor?  Not stopping him now. 

 

Completely ignoring the election results. 
 

 

 

 

Were you so upset when Reagan and Bush signed executive orders supporting illegals?






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