Jul 11, 2013 at 10:59:49
“Ok - -If we can't do third degree murder - - - how about discharging a firearm within city limits?
Ok--Ok--Ok - - - - How about 2nd degree "walking on the grass?"
This whole thing is tragic.”
vietnamvet1967 on Jul 11, 2013 at 11:14:16
“The whole thing is thaey want to convict a person, Namely White for Amything, To Appease the NAACP and the DOJ”
magpie1234 on Jul 11, 2013 at 11:04:16
“I agree with one of your statements. The whole thing is tragic. If George Zimmerman didn't follow Trayvon Martin, Trayvon Martin would be alive today and George Zimmerman would not be on trial for murder 2.”
scared1234 on Jul 11, 2013 at 11:01:14
“It IS tragic that TM died while walking home from getting skittles and ice tea....”
“Hey there, I'd like change; I would like to get along with republicans. I'll start with you - I wish you, and your friends and family well. I am tired of being angry at people I don't even know. United We Stand, Divided We Fall.”
chuckieindelaware on Jul 10, 2013 at 18:05:01
“Yep. The right started a perceived war on gov. tyranny and they are getting a government response. What did they expect?”
seattle tizzle on Jul 10, 2013 at 17:59:50
“I get your point, but to think the state we are in is because of one man or one party makes you the biggest fool of all.”
jtmpmm on Jul 10, 2013 at 17:58:56
“Yes, except I want a jobs bill but I don't think the House will pass one.”
justpatrick on Jul 10, 2013 at 17:55:42
“Get a life - it has occurred under both parties. Stop trying to turn this into an us vs them thing. Both sides are wrong.”
“Trust me. I am well educated and well travelled. I am in tthe latter half of my life. Fought a couple of wars. Have seen how the "least of us" live. They waste nothing. I like it simple. I am very well understand the technology side. AG degree Let me give you one (idea thatt is) Sustainability model. From back in 1800's 160 "productive" acres sustains 3 generations plus one half. 6 adults plus 2 children I know the models. More than that - -not self sustainable - - - even with the genetic engineering, etc I can do the energy calc etc - - -can't be done. But - - - after I am gone. Leaving it better than I found it”
I love to share and very often do - - - very generous - - I work hard and am generous to help others willing to work and help themselves.
I will however do anything necessary (and am prepared) should it become necessary”
Anthony Jameson on Jul 9, 2013 at 21:27:12
“Sounds like you got things figured out. I would like to live like that, but I can't wake up at 4am and start work. I'm sure that it grows on you, but I'm more of the science type.
I need my computers and my laboratory which is where I work. I appreciate what you do and I know that I couldn't do it. At least, not if I want to be successful as a scientist.
Perhaps one of these days, me and my fellow scientists will get you those perennial plant seeds. We could also channel you a private irrigation system that waters your 10 acre garden. I know that this seems empty to you, but if I can help a farmer out and make him happy. I will feel better eating the food that they have provided for me.”
“Contrasted with polluting, uneducated tar huggers. Take your pick.”
Ivan Liedto on Jul 3, 2013 at 08:41:00
“Here in Vt we have tree huggers that hold up deployment of Wind Power. By the time they get done banning Wind Turbines, the aging Nuke Plant, removing the Hydro Dams we are going to need to find a way to convert the energy from burning candles to power.”
Gynn on Jul 3, 2013 at 08:19:43
“Yeah, how dare the want to leave a liable planet for their children! God gave us this planet so we could destroy it!”
99er2049er on Jul 3, 2013 at 08:14:15
“I know many people are fighting the future, but the future will happen eventually. Meanwhile just keep cheering on the oil companies as they gouge us at the pumps. Maybe it will take $5, then $6, then $7 a gallon before Americans finally wake up.”
labgal on Jul 3, 2013 at 07:51:35
“Cactus huggers...ouch. I live in a desert area in SoCal and I have been disappointed with the slow progress getting solar up and running. There have been some complaints about the wind farms we have which are close to towns and their interference with vista views. I have not heard about environmentalists complaining about the proposed solar plants. They are very far away from towns and the areas have been designated as "industrial parks" so that homes should never be built near them. The problem we have in our area is the financing of the projects. We really need solar out here....it hardly ever rains and is rarely even overcast. Sunny (and very hot) most of the year.”