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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Spam Blocker

I finally did find some of your comments in the spam file. I marked them as not spam and you can let us know if they came up. I don't see a common content that confuses the blocker. If I ever figure it out, I will let you know. So far it appears to be an equal opportunity spam block. Many of you have been hit and not one person in particular.

15 comments:

Sarkazein said...

Boy is he going to be popular in prison. A lawsuit will be filed against the prison barber. BUT, a haircut is probably only 25 cents... priceless.

Sarkazein said...

Unemployment 9.8%... thank you Pain Obama, you ole most intelligent guy in the world.

Sarkazein said...

The new CIC in OJT has had as many military deaths in 2010 as all 2001-2008 combined.

Anonymous said...

For some time now, the real unemployment figures have been and still are over 20%.

Of course, the government lies.

Sarkazein said...

Agreed, the unemployment figures are over 20%. Obama-care adds an incredible amount of mandates to those businesses not hiring. Anti jobs, pro unemployment extention and expansion. Both Pelosi and Obama have gone on record saying unemployment grows the economy.

Sarkazein said...

Gun Tip. From the Harris County Sherrif's Office.
If you keep the same round in the chamber of your semi-auto, and are unloading and reloading the same round back into the chamber, the lead bullet can become pressed further into the casing each time it is racked in. This can cause the bullet not to leave the casing when fired and a blow up happens.

Liberal POV said...

Sark

"Gun Tip"

The neighborhood you live in is that bad or are you a drug dealer?

Thanks for the warning, I'll try not to let that happen if I can remember where I stored my gun several years ago.

Sarkazein said...

Trust me POV, don't rely on your memory.

guy faulkes said...

Liberalproverbs18:2, you have once again demonstrated that for once you told the truth when you stated that you had neither the training or the knowledge to comment about guns or the gun issue. You also demonstrate the fact that you continue to talk about things of which you know nothing anyway, You are pathetic.

Another reason to replace the round in the chamber is that there is a possibility that oil might saturate around the primer which could cause it to fail to ignite the powder. Do not use a penetrating oil when you clean your gun and do not over oil it.

I do not think the bullet failing to leave the case is the reason for the problem. It is much more likely that the bullet being pushed back into the case compressed the powder. A compressed powder charge causes much more pressure than does a non-compressed charge.

Liberal POV said...

Guy

Do you live in a myth lab infested neighborhood requiring you to live in fear needing weapons to give you comfort or is it the manhood thing?

oatz said...

Now thats funny Myth Lab, LOL. Liberal POV remeber when your in a glass house stop throwing rocks or better yet if you find yourself in a hole stop digging! Myth Lab thats funny I don't care who you are thats FUNNY!

Liberal POV said...

Oatz

Got me!
Meth Labs

guy faulkes said...

No, Liberalproverbs18:2, I do not believe I live anywhere near you. A brain that is constantly befuddled by drug use is the only excuse you have.

Jack said...

My comment to Johnny was lost to the spam can. It would be helpful to her if you could find it. Thanks!

Sarkazein said...

House prosecutors laid out a damaging case against Porteous, a New Orleans native who was a state judge before winning appointment to the federal bench by President Bill Clinton in 1994. The prosecutors said gambling and drinking problems led him to begin accepting cash and other favors from attorneys and bail bondsmen with business before his court.
He also was accused of lying to Congress during his judicial confirmation and filing for bankruptcy under a false name.
The Senate voted unanimously to convict on the first article involving cash from attorneys, and with strong majorities on the other three.