Landgrabbr's comment history

Landgrabbr said...

Okay, okay...quit asking me for the answer to the riddle! The quote, ”angels will not enter a room where there is a dog,” is a much debated inference from a passage of the Qur’an. Much like the many teachings, rules and sins are incorrectly deduced from Bible scripture.

Can you believe that all that crap was posted while being enlightened by heathen pedagogy? Could it be that the boogyman is here? I think so. You guys are going hell...

July 20, 2014 at 11:36 p.m.
Landgrabbr said...

I just want my fellows to know that I posted these comments on the “civilian” editorial section of this paper. Other than viewing the cartoon, most readers simply “pass on by” or if they read a few posts, they just keep on going. I understand that we, who choose to enter this area, share certain anonymity with our comments – sort of a “backroom” discussion where we engaged in heated discussion and exchange callous words. However, it appears that Conservative, enjoys harassing the easily impressed.

“Conservative,

Leave these people alone and come back to our hole where those who enter understand the consequences. They are civilians!

I have read your posts and have observed your condemnation of our brothers. You transgress, my friend, and you are a hypocrite. Read your post. Do you believe your thoughts, behavior and comments are “righteous?” Do you understand what the word “reviler” means? Investigate and objectively review your words.

You continue to slither in the bile of this earth while speciously believing that you are anywhere near Him. Remember, ”angels will not enter a room where there is a dog.””

Here, we share our views on anything from politics, race, religion, war, border intrusion, etc., and although we do not agree on much, I hope we can all unite and let this coward understand that this type of intimidation is unacceptable.

Timbo, since you deciphered the 1st, can you solve the puzzle I left you – 4th paragraph? Omit the salutation to our friend.

July 20, 2014 at 12:14 a.m.
Landgrabbr said...

I just want my fellows to know that I posted these comments on the “civilian” editorial section of this paper. Other than viewing the cartoon, most readers simply “pass on by” or if they read a few posts, they just keep on going. I understand that we, who choose to enter this area, share certain anonymity with our comments – sort of a “backroom” discussion where we engaged in heated discussion and exchange callous words. However, it appears that Conservative, enjoys harassing the easily impressed.

“Conservative,

Leave these people alone and come back to our hole where those who enter understand the consequences. They are civilians!

I have read your posts and have observed your condemnation of our brothers. You transgress, my friend, and you are a hypocrite. Read your post. Do you believe your thoughts, behavior and comments are “righteous?” Do you understand what the word “reviler” means? Investigate and objectively review your words.

You continue to slither in the bile of this earth while speciously believing that you are anywhere near Him. Remember, ”angels will not enter a room where there is a dog.””

Here, we share our views on anything from politics, race, religion, war, border intrusion, etc., and although we do not agree on much, I hope we can all unite and let this coward understand that this type of intimidation is unacceptable.

Timbo, since you deciphered the 1st, can you solve the puzzle I left you – 4th paragraph? Omit the salutation to our friend.

July 19, 2014 at 11:45 p.m.
Landgrabbr said...

Conservative,

Leave these people alone and come back to our hole where those who enter understand the consequences. They are civilians!

I have read your posts and have observed your condemnation of our brothers. You transgress, my friend, and you are a hypocrite. Read your own post. Do you believe you thoughts, behavior and comments are “righteous?” Investigate the word “reviler” and objectively review your words.

You continue to slither in the bile of this earth while speciously believing that you are anywhere near Him. Remember, ”angels will not enter a room where there is a dog.”

July 19, 2014 at 11:04 p.m.
Landgrabbr said...

I smelled it also, limric.

Beautiful beaches, (warm-water port)...lovely girls, (strategically located near the Middle East/Africa)...excellent vodka (access to Eastern Europe)...filled with historical significance (untapped mineral resources)...

A passenger jet gets shot down.

"You know, I just telling my mom the other day that real estate property there are an excellent value for the money!"

July 18, 2014 at 9:10 a.m.
Landgrabbr said...

Fellows,

Same old CRAP, just another day… Swear to god I left here two or three cartoons ago and it was the same useless, destructive and politically biased propaganda.

By the way, while you are distracted by this border crisis (useless Spics), a passenger jet got shot out of the sky (who cares about Chinamen, anyway), Israel’s (mostly Kikes) occupation and constant belittling of a native people (those Towelheads) is about to fuel a regional conflict that will have repercussions for decades. A family was massacred in TX (looked like a cracker to me), a dad let his baby bake in a car (worried about abortion?), about million killings in the Chattanooga area to date (mostly Negroes, so no one really cares) and you still have the audacity to bitch about a huge VW investment (UAW and tax credits).

What do you really want? Most southerners I know speak clearly and frankly. Do you want to solve a humanitarian crisis on the border or just kill them all? We will not take them in Mexico – we have people dying every day.

You guys really think libertarians, conservatives and democrats (USA) can settle these issues standing alone? The Americas must stand together to fight off these challenges for there will come a time that distance, threats and armchair military tactics will no longer protect these two precious continents!

“Keep it up, roll up yur sleeves and git at yur guns for y’all ain’t gonna haf’ta wait too long fer ya answers.”

That threat will come from closer than you can imagine and that you so-called Christians may come to understand - Jesus knew the traitor was from within...

July 17, 2014 at 9:23 p.m.
Landgrabbr said...

Damn, enough already!!!

Do not get me wrong for I have engaged in this foolish name calling as well but this is some tired a$$ S#it.

Years ago, I remember sitting in a club, partying like the Maddog I was and I laid a fart. Everyone looked around, said nothing and after a few moments, I got up and went to the bathroom. When I returned everyone but the stripper had left...

That is how I feel right about now...

July 12, 2014 at 4:39 p.m.
Landgrabbr said...

Gentlemen,

All politics aside, you must admit this interpretation is funny!

What is not funny is a failed global policy for which no one stands unblemished.

US BORDER EFFORT SPUTTERS AS MIGRANTS CROSS AGAIN

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_IMMIGRATION_DIVERTING_DEPORTEES?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT

This migration has happened time and time again throughout history.

This debacle reminds me of the migrating packs of African Wildebeest in their pursuit for survival. Good luck stopping that train...

July 12, 2014 at 10:09 a.m.
Landgrabbr said...

Sorry to bother you guys but here lies the truth and the future. Populations will continue to migrate wherever on earth they will survive. Even if some refuse to believe no military in the world will be able to stop desperate people.

Our family and associates have finally come to realize the only sure investment for us in the future is valuable and strategic land - God ain't making any more.

Oh, one last thing. I may be a liberal but I sure ain't stupid...

July 10, 2014 at 11:33 p.m.
Landgrabbr said...

Now, a real discussion of which I believe I am qualified to comment.

This is my reply to my father, a self-educated, economist, proven financial wizard and present world market investor, in regard to USD devaluation or relocation out of Mexico and South America (or any country) due to political and social instability (news of violence, drug cartels mafia type practices, political scandals/corruption, etc.)

Father,

It is an interesting article and a compelling argument with worldwide repercussions. This column demonstrates the volatility, imperceptibly real and sudden facility, for a country to become impoverished through apparent inconsequential market devaluation, similar to the discussions we have had with the present USA financial condition. However, this discussion is necessary for these depreciation figures easy hide themselves from discretionary spending or GNP. Although, this article mentions dollars, it is a fact, that net worth based on actual or immediate market significance, i.e., cash on hand, inventory, completed factory production, refined metals or based on worthless paper or coin (including gold) is unstable.

I have always believed that this present valuation of net worth is short sighted, incomplete and will only be corrected with an impending market collapse. Until regions are appreciated, for at least a portion of their for their inherent value, such as, temperate weather conditions, fresh water supply, ability to grow produce, natural minerals and resources, as well as, future earnings potential (manpower), etc., this type of valuation will always favor highly industrialized countries, much like Western Europe, which is armed with nothing but technology, leaving all in a precarious position.

Using present world doctrine, the only manner in which a regions’ intrinsic value can be capitalized is through the vision and persuasion of a savvy entrepreneur with access to substantial capital, marketing ability and, as always sheer luck with which to execute this project. Even then, all is investment until the product goes to market, e.g., Baja Mining. The only political and financial structures that presently recognize this untapped or undeveloped worth are labeled as communist or socialist.

Nevertheless, I believe we will and are beginning to see this market correction through changing global weather patterns, over-population and political and social conflict. None of which compel manufacturing production or economic profitability but by force, only promote survival, leaving only these regional resources. Although there is much talk and objection to this market correction or what has come to be described in today’s capitalism as “redistribution of wealth,” I feel that this "equalization" will happen naturally, thus, inevitably.

July 10, 2014 at 11:23 p.m.
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