CaptKangaroo

Registered bored user

captkangaroo wrote:
She refers to herself as an "Adult film actress".
Really? She's paid to have sex, not to act - although i guess she may act like she's liking it.
captkangaroo wrote:
Just dropped in, to see what condition my condition was in.
captkangaroo wrote:
So this is what that Scottish chick who won that singing contest a few years back was doing in her youth?
captkangaroo wrote:
casaledana 
Speaking strictly for the United States, yes. Yes, eating meat manufactured in America is unhealthy.
I should qualify that by saying that eating farm factory meat is unhealthy, while small farm, locally sourced, organically raised meat animals is better, but Americans typically consume too much meat at each meal, resulting in too much meat daily.
captkangaroo wrote:
rumham 
I love and respect me too! - We have so much in common!
captkangaroo wrote:
Alabama; What a shithole.
captkangaroo wrote:
layla_wilson 
Statistics from other nations - other cultures - have little, if any, relevance here.
captkangaroo wrote:
layla_wilson 
Statistics show that gun regulation doesn't really impact gun crime.
Example : Chicago had some of the most stringent gun laws in the nation, yet had soaring gun crime rates.
Other cities show the same thing.
It's people reform that's needed, not gun law reform.
captkangaroo wrote:
Gerry1of1 
I thought he got off by stabbing people.
captkangaroo wrote:
boredhuman 
No, no - your statement is low pitched, loose in the back, and a darker color!
captkangaroo wrote:
This whole not admitting facts as they may be 'prejudicial', flies directly in the face of the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
captkangaroo wrote:
Unfortunately, this would be a disaster in the U.S. Few people would use it to better themselves, most people would just slack off, further slipping the country into numb, unthinking apathy.
captkangaroo wrote:
This is futball, right?
captkangaroo wrote:
monkwarrior 
Spot on, i'd say.
captkangaroo wrote:
rumham 
Well, i did ask a question and found your reply unresponsive.
captkangaroo wrote:
rumham 
And your comment is totally unhelpful.
captkangaroo wrote:
monkwarrior 
You a hoot! - You also have much in common with a christmas turkey.
captkangaroo wrote:
monkwarrior 
So, an entire geographic population - you claim - is under a shared delusion, but you yourself have none? Is that what you believe?
captkangaroo wrote:
Is this guy celebrity or some other form of subhuman? Never heard of him - why is his suicide any more interesting than any of the other 45,000 or so suicides going on yearly? 
captkangaroo wrote:
Look at her dead eyes. Ya see it in politicians, psychopaths and sociopaths. Lots of redundancy there, huh?
captkangaroo wrote:
monkwarrior 
Again, what are your delusions?
captkangaroo wrote:
monkwarrior 
"Western delusions"; That's funny, what delusions are you under?
captkangaroo wrote:
5cats 
Why #7?
captkangaroo wrote:
layla_wilson 
If North Korea wanted - or truly felt they needed - to deter any nation, it would be Japan, South Korea, Russia, China, the U.K., or France. All of whom have invaded Korea. The U.S. Merchant Marines had a comparatively small incident in the 19th century, but later signing a treaty with Korea.
As with post war Germany, the Russians fucked things up for the West, with regards to the Koreas, post WW2. China has influence as well, and one can imagine they did not have positive things to say about America either.
Mostly, the anti-american rhetoric espoused by North Korean leaders is a unifying device to gain and keep control over the general population. Most of the claims North Korea yammers on about are fabrication, many are exaggerated, some are true.
While Obama was president he attempted a conciliatory tone with North Korea, which they rightly took for weakness, and for which Obama was reviled here at home. 
The current maniac in chief has the people skills of lobotomized rodent, and is, as well, unhelpful in the field of foreign affairs and diplomacy. 
Fact is, North Korea is gonna do what North Korea is gonna do, no matter what the United States does or does not do.
I would suggest you read up on Korean history, both pre and post WW2, as you seem to be forming your perceptions and opinions from MSM sources, which are ALL highly ... fluid  ... with truth, and heavily burdened by opinion and agenda.
captkangaroo wrote:
Well, I think government over reachers should be summarily shot.
We all have our opinions, don't we?