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Old 08-11-2012, 03:39 PM   #11
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Do they every have good/happy news to read or view? All I see usually is about murder since we live so close to Chicago and Gary!!!!
That's why I don't watch the news.....
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Do they every have good/happy news to read or view? All I see usually is about murder since we live so close to Chicago and Gary!!!!
Yes, it happens every 4 years and it's logo is your Avatar...

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Just don't read the lame stream media coverage...they even manage to screw ^^THIS^^ up.

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I remember once when coming from a nearby store with a shopping bag in each hand in Miami Beach. There was a store-owner (a yuppie) outside on the sidewalk near his store
screaming and hollering at his frightened dog with his hand outstretched (like a batter at the plate awaiting the pitch). I turned and walked back, place both bags on the
ground, and waited five feet from them for his next action. The man, scared by the sudden appearance, quietly pertioned his dog to go inside the store with him. Patted him on
the head gently and led him into the store. No words exchange. Just a silence that informed him he was about to be beaten. I picked up my bags and left. To this day I'll never
forget that quiet exchange.
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You know, in some places it's perfectly normal for people to eat dogs.
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You know, in some places it's perfectly normal for people to eat dogs.
It's still not acceptable to beat them to death, drown them, or abuse them.
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Now that's ten times worse than anyone punching a dog.
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You know, in some places it's perfectly normal for people to eat dogs.
Koreans are proud of such a menu.
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WOC - I'm with ya on this. Find out what school employs this idiot and let's start sending emails, letters etc asking them why they employ an emotionally unstable man to teach young & impressionable children ?

He is hoping this blows over & if we mobilize, we can let the risk adverse school board know we are ready, willing & able to go to the mattresses.
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I typically fall into the pro life camp. In cases such as this I'm, however, in favor of the retroactive abortion.
Let me know where to dig the holes.
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May the crabs of 1,000,000 dirty whores infest his crotch.
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