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#945505 Jul 16, 2013
Ok folks, its time for the morning edition of "learning to spell with NJraider1".
The word for today is "Hotel". Now, lets have lil NJ use it in a sentence:
"ah givs ma girlfrien crabs, ana hotel everybody"....
#945506 Jul 16, 2013
Just answer the question first please.
Why wasn't the young man in a juvenile offender detention education program in his own town/district, while out on expulsion from normal school, rather than being allowed out to roaming fweely, any and every where?
#945507 Jul 16, 2013
IN trouble and NO SCHOOL, met out out watching for trouble, old school.
Maybe the education system needs some old school revamping.
(guess what kids-expelled does NOT mean vacation!!!Off to juvie skewl fer yewz-deal with it or go to juvie JAIL--Fenris will be your linguistics teacher lol)
#945508 Jul 16, 2013
Boycott Florida Tourism
Florida is not a safe place to take your family for vacation as long as Florida law permits a citizen to shoot or kill you for merely looking suspicious, and to do it with impunity. Boycott Florida tourism until this dangerous law is overturned. If the murder of Trayvon Martin isn't enough to get lawmaker's attention, maybe a loss in revenue to the state would be.
#945509 Jul 16, 2013
That would get they attention lol and have some of 'em (with half a brain anyway) having to look at the Toxic plague of ignorance and see it fo what it iz!!!
(especially having to write stuff like that 500 times ALLLLLL day long!)
Because it sho'enuf seems like it DUH culture dat needs some fixing!
#945510 Jul 16, 2013
If he went just a tadddd bit more north east of DC and said that-hed deserve every rotten tomatoe that might get thrown at him-no matter the race, creed or color.
What an abjectly idiotic, cluelss ignorant thing to say. SOOOO very NOT true. Really. Whatta jerk.
#945511 Jul 16, 2013
Embattled San Diego Mayor Bob Filner defiantly rejected calls for his resignation after former supporters came forward with lurid allegations that he repeatedly groped and forced himself on women.
A former councilwoman called Filner "tragically unsafe for any woman to approach."
The new details fueled the controversy that has rocked California's second-largest city. Former supporters described Filner as a chronic harasser.
Two attorneys said Filner's inappropriate behavior was so common at City Hall that employees had coined the term "The Filner Dance" to describe how workers dodge his sexual advances.
Yet Filner refused pleas to resign.
In an interview with San Diego station KUSI, he said he was entitled to a fair investigation.
Further, he said: "I'm a hugger, with both men and women and if it turns out that ... those are taken in an offensive manner, I need to have a greater sense of awareness of what I am doing."
Former Councilwoman Donna Frye, who first went public with the accusations last week, claims his behavior went well beyond hugging.
She did not give specifics until Monday, when she read statements to the media from two alleged constituents, who were not named.
Both say the mayor -- who was engaged at the time -- tried to forcibly kiss them during separate encounters.
Frye read the statements from women she called constituents No. 1 and No. 2.
The first constituent said the mayor asked his staffer to leave the room and then asked her if she was single.
She said she told Filner that he had a beautiful fiancee and that the mayor responded that he wanted to go out with her and kiss her. Filner then grabbed her and kissed her before she was able to push him away and leave the room, according to the statement.
In a statement from constituent No. 2, Filner allegedly made sexual overtures before grabbing her on the street to kiss her.
According to Fox 5 San Diego, the second woman claims Filner grabbed her and tried to force his tongue in her mouth. Later in the car, he allegedly put "his hand on the inside of her bra and was again trying to put his tongue down her throat," Frye said.
Filner apologized for his behavior Thursday after Frye first went public with the allegations.
The mayor said he failed to respect women who work for him and he intimidated them at times. Without going into details, the 70-year-old former U.S. congressman called his behavior wrong and said he needed help. He pleaded with voters for patience.
"I'm not going to resign, and here's why," Filner said in a statement Monday. "As your elected mayor, I fully expect to be accountable to the citizens of San Diego for all of my actions. But as a citizen of this country, I also expect -- and am entitled to -- due process, and the opportunity to respond in a fair and impartial venue to specific allegations. I do not believe I am guilty of sexual harassment, and I believe a full presentation of the facts will vindicate me."
#945512 Jul 16, 2013
how about Detroit, Chicago or their sister-states, Zimbabwe or Mexico City?
#945513 Jul 16, 2013
These are very serious charges.
#945514 Jul 16, 2013
Thug and mug tactics of barbaric gangabang pound and ground style are not exclusive to Florida.
They'd do better demanding some better quality control in educational institutions, for those who are "rules and regulationatory challenged".
#945515 Jul 16, 2013
Florida hardly needs your type of tourist, the malcontents of society.
#945516 Jul 16, 2013
"u jus old skool, we b nu skool?
#945517 Jul 16, 2013
HOW STRANGE is it that Nation of islam had American neonazis(rockwell) in their temple during the late sixties and even got a donation from the NAZI leader what do these two groups have in common and what is the history of the nazis and moslems
#945518 Jul 16, 2013
could be the result of another well intentioned lib idea with negative unintended consequences (as often happens).
in NYC, libs running the JD system are trying to keep the juvenile offenders 'close to home' with the following problems as a result:
'And now that lack of oversight may have cost a Queens teen his life.
Andrew Benitez, 17, was reportedly being held at Stephen’s House on Staten Island, a group home that is part of the “Close to Home” initiative, when he was arrested June 23 on charges of having killed Aaron Jefferson, 18, in Jamaica, Queens the night on June 22. Court papers reportedly charged that he used a retractable razor to stab Jefferson in the back and arm.
“Juvenile offender group homes not secure: report
...Close to Home” places least-violent juvenile offenders in group homes in the city where they can be closer to their families. The homes are supervised by the Administration for Children’s Services.
The Daily News reported last month that a ruling by a Queens family court judge indicated that juveniles were able to evade the homes at alarming rates, and were reverting to old habits and ending up arrested once again for committing the same or new crimes they had initially been sentenced for.
An ACS spokesperson reportedly told the News that a judge reviewed Benitez’s case and agreed to place him in the group home as recently as February. The spokesperson also said the agency instructs group homes to securely lock up their housing, and recently decided to drop two of four social service agencies they were monitoring for reported difficulties in addressing such problems.'
#945519 Jul 16, 2013
Ah... MORE truth of the reality of the behind the scenes agenda.
Interesting isn't it...whole other perspective to consider things from.
(Note the biographical information)
ALAN M. DERSHOWITZ is a Brooklyn native who has been called “the nation’s most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer” and one of its “most distinguished defenders of individual rights,”“the best-known criminal lawyer in the world,”“the top lawyer of last resort,”
While he is known for defending clients such as Anatoly Sharansky, Claus von Bülow, O.J. Simpson, Michael Milken and Mike Tyson, he continues to represent numerous indigent defendants and takes half of his cases pro bono.
EAT THAT, and digest it, hate filled, VILE RACE BAITERS.
#945520 Jul 16, 2013
Will Steeve Harvey drop DISNEY and endorsing FLORIDA will he give back his check and speak out about FLORIDAS gun laws and BLACK CODES/SUNDOWN RULES
#945522 Jul 16, 2013
careful there, or floriduh will have to put in some extra time wasting time denying the fact that you conservatives are uber-racists.
#945523 Jul 16, 2013
and no one has the right to initiate Violence against others in jump 'em, pound and ground tactics either.
Why wasn't this young man in juvie detention school somewhere?
Mothers everywhere with clear heads and hearts, wish he had been.
“We doing better...”
Since: Jul 08
we've got to do more
#945524 Jul 16, 2013
No matter how many times you change your screen name, Batty,(or how many years you try to shave off your age) from here on out, you'll always be DOW to me...not, obviously, because you have any knowledge in the financial sector, but because you're a Demented Old Witch, who just gets more disgustingly vicious, racist, and ignorant with age.
#945525 Jul 16, 2013
IRS Illegally Accessed Tax Records of Politicians and Donors, Targeted Candidates, DOJ to Do Nothing ...Why Do We Continue To Support this Criminal Organization with Our Tax Money?
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