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  • On 28 Nov 2014 in Are Americans deferential to cops??, lostand confused said:

    Over 400 people a year killed by cops in America

  • On 27 Nov 2014 in Harvard Discriminating against Asians, lostand confused said:

    If a white or Asian couple have their baby in a 'Hispanic" country and they have dual citizenship-does that baby qualify for all the special benefits?

    What about Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitts babies that were born in Namibia-are they considered African American?

    Or even in Angelina Jolies' brood of kids-will each kid get benefits based on their race-despite being raised by a white couple???

  • On 27 Nov 2014 in Harvard Discriminating against Asians, lostand confused said:

    indigenous says

    the admissions should be granted on meritocracy only.

    Now that is racist/sexist/whateverist. Imagine merit determining something.

  • On 27 Nov 2014 in Are Americans deferential to cops??, lostand confused said:

    It is just funny. A country founded on freedom is now the most incarcerated nation on earth.

  • On 25 Nov 2014 in Sexism is Innate, lostand confused said:

    Indiana Jones says

    here are some other jobs that women do for FREE within the family, depending on the women's skill set. Includes acting as a bookkeeper, personal shopper, fashion consultant, interior decorator, meal planner, personal chef, maid/cleaning service, personal assistant, counselor, etc. I could go on. How much does it cost for these services over a years time?

    Sure a man living alone-can't manage all of that-LOL!! Just because a woman spends all your money-does not mean she is doing anything worthwhile.

  • On 24 Nov 2014 in Sexism is Innate, lostand confused said:

    Indiana Jones says

    Do you have kids? Raising just one child is a full-time job. More than a full-time job as it is round the clock. If a man wants just one child and doesn't have a wife to have the baby and take care of the child, here are minimum associated costs:

    Female Surrogate to carry and have the baby: $60,000.00

    Live-In Nanny Salary per year : $60,000.00

    60,000 X 19 (18 years of child rearing plus surrogacy) = $1,140,000.00

    Blah, blah , blah -straight out of the feminazi handbook. Feminist guide to justifying lazy slobs. Meanwhile in the real world-Sarah palin and meg Whitman managed to become more successful than most men in this country-while raising a family too.

  • On 24 Nov 2014 in Sexism is Innate, lostand confused said:

    I was reading an article/study that said very high achieving women had very high rates of depression. Of course they think that is due to men too-won't even take responsibility for that.

    At some point, women need to accept that being equal means standing on your own two feet. It does not mean spreading your legs and being paid in the lifestyle you were used to for ever-and not contributing anything in return. That is why modern women's image has degraded and they have no respect. Meg Whitman , Sarah Palin all have my respect-but that whore in Oklahoma who thinks 1 billion dollar is not enough for being married to someone is just what the modern feminist has come to represent.

    Or Tiger Wood's ex. Dumb whore who spread her legs to a superstar and got knocked up winds up with 100 million dollars and claims to be the victim. You think she would have slept with him if he were a toll booth collector?? Powerful people are going to attract many mates-deal with it or go marry a bus driver. For the time you were together, you got to enjoy a lifestyle beyond anything you could imagine-it is not the gubmnts job to make sure you get to live in that lifestyle-but instead it should be its job to force you to work and earn that lifestyle. That is what has gone wrong with feminism-from having to work for a living to saying I need equal pay or half your money-just because I have a vagina.

  • On 23 Nov 2014 in Schlong-Gobbling Gay GOP Senator Hired to Manage Idaho GOP Party Books, lostand confused said:

    Great Progress? maybe next a he/she half Mexican/half Black illegal immigrant will be bale to legally run for Congress in CA??

  • On 23 Nov 2014 in Hope, Change & transparency. My big ol' butt!, lostand confused said:

    Miley Cyrus for president. At least we will get some free entertainment.

  • On 22 Nov 2014 in Republicans Admit Benghazi Fake "Scandal", lostand confused said:

    APOCALYPSEFUCKisShostikovitch says

    The islamofascist media is hiding the videos of CRA death cultist and islamofascist and IMMENSE HIRSUTE LESBIAN Hilary Clinton shooting into the BENGHAZI! embassy with AK-47s and locked in a islamofascist lesbian kiss after every kill.

    Everybody knows Hillary is our biggest weapon. Everybody knows that all she has to do, is a strip tease and all enemy combatants will flee in terror from the battlefield.

  • On 22 Nov 2014 in Republicans Admit Benghazi Fake "Scandal", lostand confused said:

    When will the dems admit alimony, outsized child support and other such stupid laws were fake and only there to rally their base? Or that 300 pound critters are not poor????

  • On 22 Nov 2014 in Liberals smarter, or more evolved ? Or both ?, lostand confused said:

    Peter P says

    Smart people never really pick a side.

    Bingo. I really don't find the appeal of identifying yourself to either party and then defending them no matter what.

  • On 20 Nov 2014 in Senate repubs block bill that would have slowed down NSA spying., lostand confused said:

    Hmm, I wonder why the dems suddenly decided to rein in the NSA? maybe the whooping they got at the polls made them realize they have to pretend that they oppose repub policies to rally their base? Nary a peep on NSA until now and Obozo keeps expanding the NSA and other measures like FATCA.

    At least with repubs you know what you are getting . Slimy dems -never know what you are getting. What's next Obozo acting like it is 2008 all over again-fools.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Liberal version of social conservatism: Rapper facing prison for making album, lostand confused said:

    Strategist says

    gsr says

    Strategist says

    They're gang members....hello?

    What crime did he commit?

    If you are part of a criminal gang, you are a criminal, sweet and simple. If one commits a murder, they have all committed a murder. Fuck them. Fuck them all.

    Wait till your child is falsely accused of being in some gang and people have the same attitude to your child-as you do to other children.

    Now I don't like gangs, but like my civil liberties a lot more. Giving away powers to gubmnt will never work.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Liberal version of social conservatism: Rapper facing prison for making album, lostand confused said:

    The turn this country takes is worries me. You get fed up of repubs and vote for dems and they turn out to be repubs on steroids on all the constitutional issues.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Polar Vortex 2.0 Arrives - All 50 States Will Freeze Tonight, lostand confused said:

    indigenous says


    In Buffalo?? That place is like Detroit.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Polar Vortex 2.0 Arrives - All 50 States Will Freeze Tonight, lostand confused said:

    Call it Crazy says

    Buffalo is estimated to see 72 inches, or about 6 feet, of snow over a three-day

    Wow-that will bury any car parked outside.

  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Polar Vortex 2.0 Arrives - All 50 States Will Freeze Tonight, lostand confused said:

    More scientists seem to be ambivalent about global warming.

    On Sept. 23 the United Nations will host a party for world leaders in New York to pledge urgent action against climate change. Yet leaders from China, India and Germany have already announced that they won't attend the summit and others are likely to follow, leaving President Obama looking a bit lonely. Could it be that they no longer regard it as an urgent threat that some time later in this century the air may get a bit warmer?

    In effect, this is all that's left of the global-warming emergency the U.N. declared in its first report on the subject in 1990. The U.N. no longer claims that there will be dangerous or rapid climate change in the next two decades. Last September, between the second and final draft of its fifth assessment report, the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change quietly downgraded the warming it expected in the 30 years following 1995, to about 0.5 degrees Celsius from 0.7 (or, in Fahrenheit, to about 0.9 degrees, from 1.3).

    Even that is likely to be too high. The climate-research establishment has finally admitted openly what skeptic scientists have been saying for nearly a decade: Global warming has stopped since shortly before this century began.

    First the climate-research establishment denied that a pause existed, noting that if there was a pause, it would invalidate their theories. Now they say there is a pause (or "hiatus"), but that it doesn't after all invalidate their theories.

    Alas, their explanations have made their predicament worse by implying that man-made climate change is so slow and tentative that it can be easily overwhelmed by natural variation in temperature—a possibility that they had previously all but ruled out.

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    When the climate scientist and geologist Bob Carter of James Cook University in Australia wrote an article in 2006 saying that there had been no global warming since 1998 according to the most widely used measure of average global air temperatures, there was an outcry. A year later, when David Whitehouse of the Global Warming Policy Foundation in London made the same point, the environmentalist and journalist Mark Lynas said in the New Statesman that Mr. Whitehouse was "wrong, completely wrong," and was "deliberately, or otherwise, misleading the public."

    Matt Ridley Replies to His Climate-Change Critics

    We know now that it was Mr. Lynas who was wrong. Two years before Mr. Whitehouse's article, climate scientists were already admitting in emails among themselves that there had been no warming since the late 1990s. "The scientific community would come down on me in no uncertain terms if I said the world had cooled from 1998," wrote Phil Jones of the University of East Anglia in Britain in 2005. He went on: "Okay it has but it is only seven years of data and it isn't statistically significant."

    If the pause lasted 15 years, they conceded, then it would be so significant that it would invalidate the climate-change models upon which policy was being built. A report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) written in 2008 made this clear: "The simulations rule out (at the 95% level) zero trends for intervals of 15 yr or more."

    Well, the pause has now lasted for 16, 19 or 26 years—depending on whether you choose the surface temperature record or one of two satellite records of the lower atmosphere. That's according to a new statistical calculation by Ross McKitrick, a professor of economics at the University of Guelph in Canada.

    It has been roughly two decades since there was a trend in temperature significantly different from zero. The burst of warming that preceded the millennium lasted about 20 years and was preceded by 30 years of slight cooling after 1940.

    This has taken me by surprise. I was among those who thought the pause was a blip. As a "lukewarmer," I've long thought that man-made carbon-dioxide emissions will raise global temperatures, but that this effect will not be amplified much by feedbacks from extra water vapor and clouds, so the world will probably be only a bit more than one degree Celsius warmer in 2100 than today. By contrast, the assumption built into the average climate model is that water-vapor feedback will treble the effect of carbon dioxide.

    But now I worry that I am exaggerating, rather than underplaying, the likely warming.

    Most science journalists, who are strongly biased in favor of reporting alarming predictions, rather than neutral facts, chose to ignore the pause until very recently, when there were explanations available for it. Nearly 40 different excuses for the pause have been advanced, including Chinese economic growth that supposedly pushed cooling sulfate particles into the air, the removal of ozone-eating chemicals, an excess of volcanic emissions, and a slowdown in magnetic activity in the sun.

    The favorite explanation earlier this year was that strong trade winds in the Pacific Ocean had been taking warmth from the air and sequestering it in the ocean. This was based on a few sketchy observations, suggesting a very tiny change in water temperature—a few hundredths of a degree—at depths of up to 200 meters.

    Last month two scientists wrote in Science that they had instead found the explanation in natural fluctuations in currents in the Atlantic Ocean. For the last 30 years of the 20th century, Xianyao Chen and Ka-Kit Tung suggested, these currents had been boosting the warming by bringing heat to the surface, then for the past 15 years the currents had been counteracting it by taking heat down deep.

    The warming in the last three decades of the 20th century, to quote the news release that accompanied their paper, "was roughly half due to global warming and half to the natural Atlantic Ocean cycle." In other words, even the modest warming in the 1980s and 1990s—which never achieved the 0.3 degrees Celsius per decade necessary to satisfy the feedback-enhanced models that predict about three degrees of warming by the end of the century—had been exaggerated by natural causes. The man-made warming of the past 20 years has been so feeble that a shifting current in one ocean was enough to wipe it out altogether.

    Putting the icing on the cake of good news, Xianyao Chen and Ka-Kit Tung think the Atlantic Ocean may continue to prevent any warming for the next two decades. So in their quest to explain the pause, scientists have made the future sound even less alarming than before. Let's hope that the United Nations admits as much on day one of its coming jamboree and asks the delegates to pack up, go home and concentrate on more pressing global problems like war, terror, disease, poverty, habitat loss and the 1.3 billion people with no electricity.

    Mr. Ridley is the author of "The Rational Optimist" (HarperCollins, 2010) and a member of the British House of Lords.

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  • On 19 Nov 2014 in Under Obama, U.S. personal freedom ranking slips below France, 2 above China, lostand confused said:

    Obozo the Constitutional scholar-spying on all Americans and forcing all the worlds banks and financial institutions to spy on Americans. No American safe from the prying eyes of obozo.

    How did this clown become a constitutional scholar??

  • On 18 Nov 2014 in Polar Vortex 2.0 Arrives - All 50 States Will Freeze Tonight, lostand confused said:

    humanity says

    Burst your bubble a little bit, did I ?

    I know. Facts and logic are such a nuisance. They can so get in the way of what you wish was true.

    Hmm-maybe you should look at that yourself.
    or perhaps you think you know more than these NASA scientists??

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in TX woman's 4 pitbulls break into neighbor's yard and kill beagle-sues for $1mi, lostand confused said:

    I guess German Shepherds must be trained well or you will have problems I hear?

    I think pitt owners defense is rather silly. Those dogs have the hardware and will to kill grown adult humans. One must acknowledge that. A Chihuahua can be a 1000 times more aggressive than a pitt-but an adult has nothing to fear-one kick can send it flying away. I can be walking a dark alley and if a pack of Chihuahuas come snarling at me-I wouldn't even turn back. But two pitts come at me -that would scare me. Two or three can easily take out a grown man. You have to acknowledge what you are dealing with-an animal that can take out humans .

    Rotts scare me too-although Dobermans seem to be far more trainable-under the right hands. Give me a lab or a golden any day-though do like collies too. Same size dogs-but bred for something different .

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in Climatologist: 30-Year Cold Spell Strikes Earth, lostand confused said:

    Eek, with windchill it is close to -10F today. California dreaming !!!! LOL!!

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in Climatologist: 30-Year Cold Spell Strikes Earth, lostand confused said:

    It certainly feels like it. Today our highs are in the high teens and low in the single digits. Though nice to look at the fresh snow. I am just wondering what jan/Feb will look like.

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in Merit is meaningless-only race matters for students in NJ, lostand confused said:

    "Another option would be to remove barriers to entry in the advanced classes altogether, and to allow students to self-select their classes instead of test into them"

    Wow maybe I can self-select to be the CEO of a company?/ Ya know there is a reason many companies are going with immigrants . I shudder to think how a child raised in this kind of mentality is going to be as an adult.

  • On 17 Nov 2014 in March of the Non-White Babies, lostand confused said:

    It depends. Many Asians I know, tend to be republican-especially the hard working, successful kind. Bums that expct a handout will of course support the democrats. Feminazi freaks whose idea of equality is to lay on their back and get paid for it in alimony/child-support will of course support dems.
    The whores of Rin must be repubs-because they actually have to work for a living.

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