lol

Pearl, MS

#21 May 23, 2013
Scoop let him have it.Don't be a wennie teely belly ant gonna fight for you
SKULL1

Mobile, AL

#22 May 25, 2013
Bonds never come without someone repaying them. SUCKERS!

Since: Apr 09

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#23 May 26, 2013
Not surprising at all the bond issue passed. I was told by a School board member that it was coming whether we wanted it or not. Now, Get ready for the property taxes to be higher when we are paying on the bond AND they close the inmate work center, I can't wait to see just what comes out of this bond money. Central school seems to receive alot of attention while L.C. Hatcher is falling in.

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#24 May 26, 2013
lol wrote:
Scoop let him have it.Don't be a wennie teely belly ant gonna fight for you
Let him have what? He's just spouting off like the hider TEEL says he is. Not being anything, just stating facts.
funny

Lucedale, MS

#25 May 26, 2013
Fed up wrote:
<quoted text>
Why is that? My religion is part of who I am. It is one of the things that my morals are based on. I do believe I have hit a nerve in all of you. Are y'all athiests? What I am saying is that I am who I am every day. It doesn't change because someone calls me uneducated or stupid for having a different opinion than they do.
How proud are you, being able
to gather faith from fable.
Fed up

Petal, MS

#26 May 26, 2013
funny wrote:
<quoted text>
How proud are you, being able
to gather faith from fable.
How proud are you? It appears that you are an athiest who says that religion doesn't control you, and yet here you are debating religion on a forum! Hahaha!!
funny

Lucedale, MS

#27 May 26, 2013
And thy christian replies back.....shaken so easily....
Funnier

Petal, MS

#28 May 27, 2013
funny wrote:
And thy christian replies back.....shaken so easily....
They made one reply. You made two. I think they were proven right. LMAO
funny

Lucedale, MS

#29 May 27, 2013
Funnier wrote:
<quoted text>
They made one reply. You made two. I think they were proven right. LMAO
and another tool replies
4one

Jackson, MS

#30 May 28, 2013
Fed up wrote:
<quoted text>
Just because someone has a different opinion than you, it doesn't mean that they are uneducated. You, and people like you, are one of the reasons I voted NO. I don't like supporting people who basically call me stupid for disagreeing with them while taking my hard-earned money. And now that it is passed, y'all better be brainstorming for a new excuse when all of the fancy new building and equipment do nothing to improve the test scores or graduation rate.
I agree completely. It will be very interesting to see what they do with this extra money. It is true that buildings DON'T teach and buildings will NOT keep our students from dropping out of school or make our children feel like they fit in with this upper crust group that thinks they are better than everyone else. Buildings will not keep kids from bullying and the technology will.be outdated before it is completely installed. Its really wise to put state testing on computers. One power glitch and then what??? Computer glitches cannot be controlled. What will happen when a student is almost done with a test he has fretted over and this awesome technology fails.them? If I were elementary kids I would just mark answers! There is entirely to much pressure put on them and state tests do not pass or fail them. The only thing they do is give the school a rating to brag about.
4one

Jackson, MS

#31 May 28, 2013
mentul_autocrat wrote:
Not surprising at all the bond issue passed. I was told by a School board member that it was coming whether we wanted it or not. Now, Get ready for the property taxes to be higher when we are paying on the bond AND they close the inmate work center, I can't wait to see just what comes out of this bond money. Central school seems to receive alot of attention while L.C. Hatcher is falling in.
a. I have already received my letter warning me of the property tax increase. They will all see where this money is coming from.

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#32 May 28, 2013
Now they have the money - lets see them do something - I think people are beginning to wise up and watch a little more.

“John 3:16”

Since: Sep 09

Location hidden

#33 May 28, 2013
4one wrote:
<quoted text> I agree completely. It will be very interesting to see what they do with this extra money. It is true that buildings DON'T teach and buildings will NOT keep our students from dropping out of school or make our children feel like they fit in with this upper crust group that thinks they are better than everyone else. Buildings will not keep kids from bullying and the technology will.be outdated before it is completely installed. Its really wise to put state testing on computers. One power glitch and then what??? Computer glitches cannot be controlled. What will happen when a student is almost done with a test he has fretted over and this awesome technology fails.them? If I were elementary kids I would just mark answers! There is entirely to much pressure put on them and state tests do not pass or fail them. The only thing they do is give the school a rating to brag about.
I tried to tell a simple fact but you see how they treated it.
Underthebluesky

Hattiesburg, MS

#34 May 28, 2013
Actually, they just extended the bond that was already in place from the 90s. The taxes were raised then. They are staying the same. Did any of you go to hear about the bond issue before it passed?
Did you go to school board and ask questions?

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#35 May 28, 2013
Underthebluesky wrote:
Actually, they just extended the bond that was already in place from the 90s. The taxes were raised then. They are staying the same. Did any of you go to hear about the bond issue before it passed?
Did you go to school board and ask questions?
Extend it or whatever, it is money that has to be paid back with interest - 1 to 1 1/2 million dollars in interest. Your taxes are going up from losing the prisoners and because of Obamacare. Insurance for all teachers and county workers will go up a large amount and to run the local hospital. Come back on here in 5 years and talk about your property taxes. My taxes are double what they were 20 years ago. The property owners would have seen a small reduction if the bond had not passed. The smart thing would have been to just spend the amount of the payment each year for improvements instead of interest - whatever, I run my budget to pay cash for purchases.

Since: Apr 09

Location hidden

#36 May 28, 2013
Underthebluesky wrote:
Actually, they just extended the bond that was already in place from the 90s. The taxes were raised then. They are staying the same. Did any of you go to hear about the bond issue before it passed?
Did you go to school board and ask questions?
True, Now add the tax increase that will take place when the work center closes and come back after they are implemented and post how much the property tax on your land has risen. By the way, I asked questions all the way from Principles to the Board President.
Pennnn

New York, NY

#37 May 28, 2013
GC = Penile Implants
Pat

United States

#38 May 31, 2013
cipsaw wrote:
<quoted text>
Extend it or whatever, it is money that has to be paid back with interest - 1 to 1 1/2 million dollars in interest. Your taxes are going up from losing the prisoners and because of Obamacare. Insurance for all teachers and county workers will go up a large amount and to run the local hospital. Come back on here in 5 years and talk about your property taxes. My taxes are double what they were 20 years ago. The property owners would have seen a small reduction if the bond had not passed. The smart thing would have been to just spend the amount of the payment each year for improvements instead of interest - whatever, I run my budget to pay cash for purchases.
Are you taking into account the time value of money or is this just a doubling of the dollar value in 20 years?

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#39 May 31, 2013
Pat wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you taking into account the time value of money or is this just a doubling of the dollar value in 20 years?
I pay twice what I did - I realize that everything has gone up over 20 years, but income has not doubled. I know many people starting work now that make less than I did 20 years ago.
Pat

Valdosta, GA

#40 May 31, 2013
cipsaw wrote:
<quoted text>
I pay twice what I did - I realize that everything has gone up over 20 years, but income has not doubled. I know many people starting work now that make less than I did 20 years ago.
Not to let facts get in the way of your whining, but over the past 20 years the value of money has almost doubled as has your salary. So really youre paying the same as you did in the past. You should feel fortunate that that is the case because you cant say that about all communities. So congratulate yourself and the other ignorant neanderthals for sticking to your aged principles to maintain this community's level of support for our kids the same over this period of time. Well at least we're supplying the shutdowns with laborers but too bad we cant instead supply them with leaders.

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