MSU Dec 10, 2012 Moody's Credit Mess ...

MSU Dec 10, 2012 Moody's Credit Mess Raleigh Co Commission

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Raliegh Co Shame

Beckley, WV

#1 Jan 6, 2013
Much to come.

http://www.finanzen.ch/nachrichten/obligation...

We hope the Beckley City Counsel is not asleep or liable.
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Sassy Black Girls Rock

Beckley, WV

#3 Jan 6, 2013
Please read the HLC report in its entirety.
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WTF

Springfield, NJ

#5 Jan 6, 2013
What is to come? Can you read dumbass? It says the University has no outstanding debt that is ratable and that the bonds were redeemed. Who should be awake and what should we take notice to? Maybe you should develop a life and quit posting items about absolutely nothing, especially when you know nothing about the topic on which you're posting!
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Crazy Aida Impersonator

Beckley, WV

#7 Jan 6, 2013
Well looks like the Crazy Aida Impersonator is at it again! LOLLLLLLLLLLL How stupidddd
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MSU Fails

Beckley, WV

#9 Jan 7, 2013
O Yes the school is very financially stable. The HLC report is very clear about your so called financially stability.

The MSU administration is still trying to cover up the reality of the broken school and financial debacle.
Freudian slip

Beckley, WV

#10 Jan 7, 2013
cheezwiz wrote:
the former students of Aida want to read one thing
that Aida is being held responsible for cheating students
Perhaps the "cheating students" should take responsibility for themselves instead of publicly blaming their professor for their own inadequacies.
Move on forgiveitsdone

Beckley, WV

#11 Jan 7, 2013
You people needto learn a littleforgiveness and move on.Forgiveness From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jumpto: navigation, search For other uses, seeForgiveness (disambiguation). Emperor Marcus Aurelius shows his clemencetowards the vanquished after his success against tribes.(Capitoline Museum in Rome)Forgiveness is the renunciation or cessation of resentment, indignation or anger as a result of a perceived offense, disagreement, or mistake, or ceasingto demand punishment or restitution.[1][2] The Oxford English Dictionary definesforgiveness as 'to grant free pardon andto give up all claim on account of an offense or debt'. The concept and benefits offorgiveness have been explored in religious thought, the social sciences and medicine.Forgiveness may be considered simply in terms of the person whoforgives including forgiving themselves, in terms of the personforgiven or in terms of the relationship between theforgiver and the personforgiven. In most contexts,forgiveness is granted without any expectation of restorative justice, and without any response on the part of the offender (for example, one mayforgive a person who is incommunicado or dead). In practical terms, it may be necessary for the offenderto offer some form of acknowledgment, an apology, or even just ask forforgiveness, in order for the wronged personto believe himself ableto forgive.[1] Most world religions include teachings on the nature offorgiveness, and many of these teachings provide an underlying basis for many varying modern day traditions and practices offorgiveness. Some religious doctrines or philosophies place greater emphasis on the need for humansto find some sort of divineforgiveness for their own shortcomings, others place greater emphasis on the need for humansto practiceforgiveness of one another, yet others make little or no distinction between human and divineforgiveness. Contents [hide] 1 Research 2 Religious views 2.1 Abrahamic 2.1.1 Judaism 2.1.2 Christianity 2.1.3 Islam 2.1.4 Bahá'í Faith 2.2 Eastern 2.2.1 Buddhism 2.2.2 Hinduism 2.2.3 Jainism 2.2.4 Hoʻoponopono 3 Popular recognition 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 7 External links [edit] Research Factors determining the likelihood offorgiveness in an intimate relationship. Although there is presently no consensus for a psychological definition offorgiveness in the research literature, agreement has emerged thatforgiveness is a process and a number of models describing the process offorgiveness have been published, including one from a radical behavioral perspective.[3] Dr. Robert Enright from the University of Wisconsin–Madison founded the InternationalForgiveness Institute and is considered the initiator offorgiveness studies. He developed a 20-Step Process Model ofForgiveness.[4] Recent work has focused on what kind of person is more likelyto be forgiving. A longitudinal study showed that people who were generally more neurotic, angry and hostile in life wereless likelyto forgive another person even after a long time had passed. Specifically, these people were more likelyto still avoid their transgressor and wantto enact revenge upon them two and a half years after the transgression.[5] Studies show that people whoforgive are happier and healthier than those who hold resentments.[6] The first studyto look athow forgiveness improves physical health discovered that when people think about forgiving an offender it leadsto improved functioning in their cardiovascular and nervous systems.[7] Another study at the University of Wisconsin found the more
Sally26

Circle Pines, MN

#12 Jan 7, 2013
Usually, someone apologizes, then you forgive. MSU does need to put out a public apology in every news source.
How about you feel free to dig up those people and companies that have done you wrong and contact them and forgive. Now there's a place for you to start since you are feeling so big-hearted.
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Hahahaha

Pineville, WV

#15 Jan 7, 2013
cheezwiz wrote:
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"How stupidddd" and in the other post you advised someone to learn how to spell
you must have been cheated out of an education by Aida like we where
Sweetness, you cheated yourself out of an education by enrolling in a place like MSU. Many of the problems were public knowledge for years before the HLC took action. Don't blame anyone but yourself if you can't spell.
Clarity abounds

Beckley, WV

#16 Jan 7, 2013
MSU administrators will go to any lengths to blame others.

Just read the HLC final report and the Bring it On Gazette article.

The evidence is crystal clear. Just remember they will try to re write history yet we all know the truth.

God help each and every one of the former administration.
Hahahaha wrote:
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Sweetness, you cheated yourself out of an education by enrolling in a place like MSU. Many of the problems were public knowledge for years before the HLC took action. Don't blame anyone but yourself if you can't spell.
dumb a

United States

#17 Jan 7, 2013
Good lord. You idiots are at it again. Sally, you were told to shut up already. Cheesewiz, just because you couldn't pass Aida's course, doesn't give you the right to slander her. As for the rest of you, get a fricken life!
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Dr Cheezy LOL

Beckley, WV

#21 Jan 7, 2013
Cheezy bet your vagina is so cold it would freeze a mans dick off. You are mean and pathetic.
cheezwiz wrote:
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another sign that Aida failed as an educator
failed as a leader of students
failed as a champion of education
Aida failed many
if i am slandering Aida is invited to sue
would be interesting to get her in a court and let some stories be told
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Re Dr Cheezy LOL

Beckley, WV

#23 Jan 7, 2013
Bitter. Might be best for you to focus on getting a job.
cheezwiz wrote:
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that is funny
we heard Aida use some of that same type of language when disparaging others
of course seeing as how uncaring she was as an educator
it was par for the course
makes us wonder who you really are
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dumb a

United States

#25 Jan 8, 2013
Poor, sad, pathetic cheezewiz. Has nothing better to do than sit and whine about a course they couldn't pass and a professor that wouldn't just assign them a grade. You should move on with your pathetic little life cheezewiz. I hear valley college will accept people like you. Just provide an excuse from your psychiatrist proving you are on your medications and can be re-institutionalized at a moments notice and you are in.
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Coward Name them

Beckley, WV

#27 Jan 8, 2013
Name the MSU administrators hired at UC.

You are silent.
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False Argument

Beckley, WV

#29 Jan 9, 2013
If you rely solely upon the faculty and staff directory, there is no such thing as UC Beckley. So I guess all the banners are fraudulent?

Or maybe, just maybe, UC has not updated their directory fast enough for wackos on the internet forums.

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