Jun 6th 2011 8:47PM Angela that would be very stupid. An athletic kid could easily take a baseball bat from someone who isn't trained to use it. I'm sure you think if you had a baseball bat you coulld defend yourself against anyone, but being trained in riot response tactics, I can tell you you are dead wrong.
Jun 6th 2011 8:40PM @dougalcandy What you don't seem to understand is . . . the school is concerened about liability. Whether or not, the DA is pressing charges against the teacher, you can bet the farm that this punk's family is going to sue the school. They really have no choice but to get rid of her in order to reduce their liability.
Jun 6th 2011 8:37PM I'm pretty sure Red was talking about the minority of students who are trouble makkers, as was stated in the article. Gee . . . .talk about racists ! ! ! It works both ways.
Nov 4th 2010 9:15PM Danielle, sorry but Joshua Tree Park is about as far from being gang territory as anyplace on earth. Ever been there? I think not. Just look it up on the map sweetie ! ! !
Oct 29th 2010 12:53AM Apparently you don't understand the game of tennis very well. A miss, an out, a net. Easy to throw the game. But honestly, I doubt Federer would throw this match. To much to gain by winning.
The other issue here . . . the 40K loss . . . possibly the only bet that can be verified, very possible there were many other bets that are inknown. Someone fixing a sporting match certainly wouldn't bet all of the money in one place . . Drop 40K here, pick up 400K at some other books. Very simple for a smart man.
Oct 2nd 2010 11:42PM It's all about the money
Sep 22nd 2010 3:38PM I think a couple of overwieght guys should apply for this job, and when they are turned down, file a discrimination lawsuit. No way KFC could win.
Jun 21st 2010 6:29PM The trouble with soccer is when a ref can call a foul, but doesn't even have to divulge what the fouls was, and who committed it, the sport has no credibility. A professional sport with no credibility is boring because the outcome can always (and I do mean always), be determined by the referee. Why would anyone be passionate about a sport that can be thrown at any time for a few thousand dollars?
Feb 16th 2010 2:35PM With the population outgrowing the current production of vegetable food supply, I wonder how many of these peta morons are willing to commit suicide for their cause. Do they have any idea how many wild animals are being displaced around the world every day to create farm ground to feed there voracious apetite for vegetable matter?
Jan 30th 2010 7:56AM As one who has lived a similar lifestyle, I can tell you this. It is hell on earth. Rarely do you wake up feeling good, either physically, mentally, or emotionally.
The emotional damage you inflict on others is always there in your mind and your conscience, whether you pay it any heed or not. For me, for over 35 years, there was something gnawing at the back of my mind. I knew it was there, but chose to ignore it and keep going. Searching for relief in more women, more booze, more drugs. It never worked. Always there was the need for more, more, more.
The gnawing at the back of the mind finally grew to strong for me to handle. This, I believe, was God's providence. Finally, I had to ask Him to save me from this hell on earth. It didn't happen for me overnight the way it seems to happen for some, but God has worked in me through His son Jesus, and over some years, I have been able to find the way to live in the light. I am a Christian today, and I am currently living in Brazil working to establish a new project to assist poor children and their families.
Take it from someone who's seen both sides, Jesus is for real. If He will save me, He can just as well save Ozzie. You think you're capable of being Ozzie's judge? I doubt it. You can promote Christianity by issuing personally sentencing Ozzie to hell? Sorry, but that's not the way Jesus explained His plan. Maybe the judges here will want to take a better look at the words of Jesus before issuing such proclamations. I used to see things that way, but in the long run, Jesus has taught me a better way.
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