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Works at Sometimes You Have to Look Reality in the Face and Say 'No.'
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I really want to believe this site is some sort of satire but I just don't know. Sadly, satire is becoming more difficult to distinguish from the wackiness that runs rampant in the minds of real live people as truth.
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That is what is called "Poe's Law".  When satire becomes indistinguishable from actual positions people take.
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Well, she does look more like Steve Buscemi than Jon Voight...
 
Oh yeah - that's what's-his-name. 
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So I see that Buscemi has what our society regards a feminine features: narrow face, large eyes, large lips. Still, with so much self confidence, I can't imagine him finding it hard to get a date.
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... and a short 50 years later it's considered very American by the Right to act like this.
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... and I agree with Super Space Alien.
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So ... we don't have to keep his ghost in prison?

#streamsync  
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Google autoawesomed my picture and for once I finally like it!

Bonus points, guess where? It was taken today.
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Awww... Our robot overlords will have human petting zoos. Isn't that nice for some of us?
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I would like to request a windows seat please. 
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If you are there [in prison] against your will [who isn't?] you just have to deal with the physical abuse and rape according to the Michigan court. I would call that cruel and unusual.
Imagine a scenario where children are raped, abused, and neglected, yet the court refuses to address the problem or h...
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+Mark Thomas I think that is one of the sickest things I have heard in a while. You should thoroughly examine your "us vs them" perspective.
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Is it a hate crime if your victims aren't who you thought they were? Is intent or action more important when making that determination?
A white supremacist told a jury on Friday how he killed three people, including a boy, outside two Jewish centers in Kansas last year but asked that he be found not guilty because he believed that
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Who knew? There's a word for Donald Trump, well, most of the Republican presidential hopefuls, and Josh Duggar.

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Today's Word of the Day is opprobrious. Learn its definition, pronunciation, etymology and more. Join over 19 million fans who boost their vocabulary every day.
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It's like a cross between House, M.D. and Scrubs. YouTube link: https://youtu.be/Q7ChRU9U4jI

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You think you find the perfect place to hide out from the boss and some idiot with a drone goes and ruins it for you.
 
Drone checks out a wind turbine and finds some dude sunbathing on top.

What a view he must have. 
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The success of the Chevy Colorado (and GM Canyon) is making Ford look at the mid-sized market once more.

Cool! I think most of us only need a misdsized truck. Very few of us really need a full sized beast.
 
Ford is making plans for a return to the small pickup truck market in the U.S. with a new version of the Ranger. http://ow.ly/Rs0SC
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I saw one in Berlin, Germany today.  By Euro standards it looks big...until you park it next to a F-150 or Ram.
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Sometimes you have to look reality in the face and say, "No." ~unknown
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  • Sometimes You Have to Look Reality in the Face and Say 'No.'
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  • U.S. Army CONUS and OCONUS
  • AT&T
  • Callisma
  • Cable and Wireless, America
  • Level 3
  • Verizon GNS
  • VP Operations
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Denver, CO
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Florida - Illinois - Texas - Arizona - Georgia - South Carolina - Hungary - Germany - Pennsylvania
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All other Jason's are mere reflections of my awesomeness.
Introduction

I am defined by the sum of my parts. Like anything else I am made up of many moving pieces that all come together in a great dance called Awesome. I am a U.S. Army veteran and an avid motorcycle rider -- a professionally amateur photographer, a friend, and jokester. I am a tech aficionado, an atheist, a spiritual person and a thinker. To try and define me, or classify me, as just one thing is to do yourself and myself wrong.  

I am from the Space Coast in Florida where I went into the Army. I was lucky enough to travel a bit, seeing west and east Europe, Canada (BC) and various bits of Mexico, as well as a lot of the USA.

Currently, I reside in Denver, CO and have a degree in Political Science with a background in technical operations, management and sales. I do volunteer work occasionally with non-profits and organized a Political Science Alumni chapter through my college.

I like the doggies, too. Mine's name is Rufus. 

I have a wide variety of interests and don't mind learning new things. I think a well rounded knowledge base helps us to make better decisions and understand the world in a clearer facet. 

Otherwise, I am who I am.

There are many reasons why I might follow you and many more than I won't. Reasons to keep me from adding you to my circles include:
  • Profile not filled out. Seriously, I don't know which circles to put you in if I don't know anything about you. That's where a filled out Profile comes into play.
  • You don't post anything. I mean anything Public. I don't add people just to bump my circle numbers, I add people because they post content I'm interested in. Post.
  • You're sole purpose to being on Google+ is to advertise your wares or promote your company/blog/expertise. I check everyone's profile out before I add them. If all I'm seeing is some lame marketing attempt, then I'm not adding you. 

NOTE: I will mute animated gifs. I may comment on it first, but I don't like them clogging my streams so I mute all of them. No exceptions.

Also, if I post something -- anything -- I am inviting conversation. I don't have to agree with you, you don't have to agree with me, but I love the conversation itself. Please feel free to comment.

I also tend to be objective rather than subjective, looking at things without emotion or empathy. Some people have blocked me because I didn't empathize with them, instead I tried to get more information to make a better informed conclusion. I think it's childish and immature to block someone because they immediately don't agree with you, but I'll survive. 
Bragging rights
Once went on a date.
Education
  • Metropolitan State College of Denver
    Political Science
  • CC, AZ
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  • University of Maryland, Heidlberg
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Jason ON's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
We Will Know When We Arrive ~ Rude Biker Chick
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On a new road that terribly bumpy, completely unsure where it will lead.

The Road to Hell is Paved With Good Intentions ~ Motorcycle Philosophy
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It's been said that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. But while most of us mean to do good, in the end it's always what we fai

LED lightbulbs create wireless networks wherever they are installed
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Engineers at the University of Virginia have come up with a way to make almost any device fitted with standard visible light LEDs able to co

Newport Councilman Peotter's opposition to gay unions draws criticism
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Newport Beach City Councilman Scott Peotter angered gay rights leaders Tuesday after circulating an email that criticized same-sex marriage

Report: Tom Cruise is planning to split from Scientology, church goes in...
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Tom Cruise is allegedly planning to leave the Church of Scientology. An inside source says that the 52 year-old actor is finally going to br

Vladimir Putin's 1%er Biker Gang To Invade Europe
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Vladimir Putin, president of Russia, favorite people are the notorious 1%er biker gang, the Russian Night Wolves. He can been seen riding mo

Video: Hilarious Motorcycle Safety Movie From Scotland
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The Scottish police and government understand very well that motorcycle safety campaigns don't need to be boring or full of gore and shock e

Federal Bill Would Protect Pets Of Domestic Abuse Victims
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U.S. Rep. Katherine Clark, a Mass. Democrat, filed a bill this week called the Pets and Women's Safety Act, or PAWS for short.

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Says He 'Could Have Handled' Religious Freedom L...
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Indiana Gov. Mike Pence admitted that he mishandled the passage of a religious freedom law and now wants a piece of legislation to clarify t

Medford man caught on video kicking, throwing pit bull
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A Medford man is charged with animal cruelty after he was caught on video kicking a dog and throwing it over a fence.

Rude Biker Chick: Lessons From My Daddy ~ Rude Biker Chick
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Rude Biker Chick: Lessons From My Daddy took a year to ride, a year to write, but a lifetime to create.

Frank Sinatra’s views on organized religion were decades ahead of his time
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The interview originally appeared in Playboy Magazine in 1963, and it demonstrates the timeless performer’s incredibly deep and evolved thou

Carlos Miller
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Colorado cops handcuffed a man for refusing to hand over his camera as "evidence" after he recorded them tasing a suspected shoplifter

I’m a U.S. veteran, and “American Sniper” is rife with lies
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Clint Eastwood's film is propagandistic fiction masquerading as a “true story." Here's why it's so dangerous

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: This Is How We Will Ensure Net Neutrality | WIRED
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I am proposing the FCC use its Title II authority to implement and enforce open internet protections, banning paid prioritization, and the b

Comcast Renames Man 'Asshole Brown' After He Tries to Cancel Cable | WIRED
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Comcast probably doesn’t relish being one of those companies that many Americans love to hate. But sometimes, the cable giant makes this way

It wasn't bad, but neither was it exceptional. I was hoping to find a new authentic Mexican restaurant that wasn't too commercial and will have to keep looking, I suppose. Not that I wouldn't come back here, just that I'm not going to go out of my way to come back here.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
It was fun and that's all that matters, isnt it?
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Went there today as my very first experience with a Smashburger, ever. There wasn't a line when I walked in and was able to order immediately. However, the guy I ordered from (his name tag said he was the GM) didn't help me out at all. Having never been there I didn't know that you ordered sides and drinks separately or that there were different sizes of burgers or that every sandwich can be a burger or a chicken. He did suggest the Colorado burger which I bought for a friend and then I ordered the Avocado Club. I didn't know this at the time, but Smashburger fries suck. I mean, they really really aren't good. The burger itself was okay, nothing special. My friend tells me they're normally greasier, but mine wasn't greasy at all. It was, however, salty. Very salty. As someone who never adds salt to food (hell, I've never even bought salt) this wasn't something I was ready for or welcome to. The restaurant, itself, was in fairly good order, but the cushions to all the seats I saw were damaged and in severe need or repairs or replacement. I can't for the life of me imagine why I'd ever go here again.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
Everything about this place was fantastic! The staff were friendly and courteously, the food was fantastic and the drinks were made with drinking in mind. I can't say enough good things about this place. We easily dropped $300 there and left disappointed that it was so far away for easy return trips.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
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I didn't have any problems with the food but my friend who likes spicy foods thought somewhere with the name "Jabanero" should have been a little hotter on the taste buds. Seeing as how that particular slot in the stripmall had been a number of little restaurants over the years, it's nice to see something lasting for a bit. For the price, though, I'd rather just go to Chipotle or Qdoba.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
We went here on a recommendation from a friend's mother. When we stepped into the doors I was surprised at all the "character" of the place. That is to say, the place was filled with old photos, antiques and memorabilia from the 19th century. At first it was a unique and fun and then it became a pain in the ass. Their menu was severely limited, just burgers and sandwiches. Our gluten free friend couldn't eat there and the staff were unwilling to let him order of menu. He was willing to pay a reasonable price for a salad or just hamburger patties, but they wanted him to buy two separate hamburgers and take the bread off himself. When he asked if he could bring food from another place in, they said no. I ordered at the same time as some other friends and while their food came (albeit after far too long) mine never arrived. I ordered a Pepsi (which was on the menu),was served a can of Coca-Cola (for $2) and sat down to wait. And wait. And wait. After my friends' food was delivered and eaten mine still had not arrived. Finally I went up to the bar and told the bartender I'd pay for the soda but she could cancel the sandwich order. I gave her $2 and walked out, grabbing a burrito next door. When I finally returned to my friends I was told my sandwich arrived while I was out. Another friend's sandwich arrived at the same time, nearly an hour after we ordered. The final straw was when they tried to charge me for the sandwich and my gluten free friend for drinks he'd already paid for before leaving to find something gluten-free friendly. We'll not be going there ever again or recommending the place to anyone but our enemies.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
I wasn't expecting much, but the place was well tended, clean and the staff was friendly. All of us were pleasantly surprised.
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago