DerryNH

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DerryNH wrote:
holygod You missed the point.
DerryNH wrote:
normalfreak2 Criticize the people you see in the video, I have no problem with that. Some of the comments here express hatred towards millions of people base on nothing more than their geographic location. I still don't know why that's an acceptable point of view from those who consider themselves enlightened. Is it logical to project the point of view of a handful of morons to an entire region of the country? I don't think it is. Maybe I could have made my point in a better way, but I thought it was obvious.

DerryNH wrote:
daegog I'm not supporting pedophiles, you dumbass. 
DerryNH wrote:
  The rabid bigotry from those leaning left here is incredible. But it's ok, because this prejudice is sanctioned by those people who know what's better for everybody. But sometimes I forget who I should hate for no reason. Is it still ok to hate Catholics and Israelis? Can I still laugh at people from Appalachia for never having had access to proper dental care? And what about those Alaskans, sitting up there above everyone else, acting all high and mighty and cold and shit. I seem to have lost track.
DerryNH wrote:
normalfreak2 I've heard that claim many times. If it's true, it may be because the blue states are taking too much money from taxpayers in the first place. If a state gives more money than most other states to the Feds, isn't that money that should be in the tax payers' bank accounts rather than in the Federal reserve? I don't think taxing citizens in order to send money to the Feds is a good thing.
DerryNH wrote:
It's an enormous alien penis. It's headed this way. We're all fucked.




DerryNH wrote:
monkwarrior   So, what are you? A soldier? A holy man? I picture you wearing robes, sitting on a Himalayan mountaintop in the lotus position, with a rifle and a laptop.
DerryNH wrote:
What's next? Some pants-pissing snowflake with his box of 50,000 Emotional Support Ants?
DerryNH wrote:
kalron27 to each his own, but I thing a poured glass is the way to go, and I won’t even consider beer from a can. Maybe cans have been improved, but it reminds me of high school and the crappy taste the can gave to the beer.
DerryNH wrote:
  There are hundreds of American beers to choose from, they’re not all Budweiser clones. I like a strong flavored heavy beer. I think I’d even like a beer that was so heavy it had to be chewed.
DerryNH wrote:
DerryNH that was a reply to agurney, how did it get up here?
DerryNH wrote:
  It’s very annoying to have to ask for a glass for a beer. I don’t drink beer like a frat boy, sloshing it up and down a dozen times so that the last few sips are warm foam, and it’s  disrespectful to the beer. My opinion of a bar diminishes immediatley when they don’t know how to serve a simple beer. No glass = no class. 
DerryNH wrote:
woodyville06 If I had my chevy I'd take another late-night cruise into Chinatown in Boston and order an after-hours "cold tea" for old times sake. Cold tea was code for beer, which was illegal after hours. Everyone knew, and nobody cared. Things were different.
DerryNH wrote:
woodyville06 The leisure suit wasn't plaid, was solid cream colored except for the cartoon pockets. Or so I was told, I'm colorblind. I had a plaid polyester tie, though. I remember taking the tie off in the Chevy on the way to drop off my girlfriend at her house, and lost it. I found it 2 days later, in the road, when the snow started to melt. It had been run over a hundred times. I brushed it off and it looked brand new.
DerryNH wrote:
thezigrat I despised disco, still do. But I went to the discos, because that was where the women were.
DerryNH wrote:
DerryNH And Dark Side of the Moon is also off limits. I never had Frampton Comes Alive, probably because everyone else in town did,  it was everywhere.
DerryNH wrote:
woodyville06 I'd never trade my Toys in the Attic, but I have a Quadraphenia and a Brain Salad Surgery.
DerryNH wrote:
Gerry1of1 I had a leisure suit. It was polyester. It couldn't get wrinkled, and rain just fell off of it. The pockets looked like they had been drawn on afterwards by a cartoonist. What were we thinking?
DerryNH wrote:
17 years old, one more year of high school left. Driving a 1970 Chevy Caprice with half an acre of hood in the front and re-treads. Gas was cheap, I could go anywhere I wanted with the change in my pocket. Blasting a Zeppelin 8-track because disco sucked. Rap hadn't begun to pollute the airwaves yet. I wanna go back.
DerryNH wrote:
monkwarrior You're confusing runyam with Spongebob.
DerryNH wrote:
dm2754 This was not a guy playing hero. This was a live man, trying not to be a dead man.
DerryNH wrote:
I'm not sure what you mean by gun nut vigilante. I think of a vigilante as someone who seeks out opportunities to dispense his own version of justice, not someone who finds himself in a situation like this one, through no fault of his own. I'm not sure how I would react to this situation if I was armed. I've only had a gun pulled on me once, I was unarmed, I have no training for situations like this, and I just looked at the guy until he changed his mind. It was weird, the police thought it was hilarious. He got 10 months, which isn't anywhere near enough prison time.
DerryNH wrote:
dm2754 Unfortunately, scumbags with guns are a fact of life in America. Defending yourself is hardly trying to be a superhero, it's an attempt to stay alive. A big problem is that this robber won't do the time he should, he should never see daylight until he's an old man. He'll be out doing this again in a few short years. I think there should be extensive training for anyone carrying a firearm, it looks like one guy shot his cousin by mistake.

DerryNH wrote:
Gerry1of1 I rappers are in it, they might as well go in the other direction and also induct Enrico Caruso, Beethoven, and Og.
DerryNH wrote:
fancylad But it's the Hall of Fame. Maybe there should be another honor for originality and innovation. I thought the Moody Blues were already in. Some of those on the list I never heard of. Who's the nun?