Court log

There are 9 comments on the Brattleboro Reformer story from Nov 26, 2010, titled Court log. In it, Brattleboro Reformer reports that:

Peter R. Tennis, 21, of Potomac, Md., appeared in the Windham Criminal Division of Vermont Superior Court, Monday, to answer to the charge of aggravated assault with a weapon.

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flat lander

United States

#1 Nov 26, 2010
more adventures from the little college in the Valley. Send your problems to Putney for a 40k and talk a year off from raising your little nightmare. The more the money the bigger the problem. Our public serves thanks you for keeping them busy. Maybe for Christmas they will get what they need, a kick in the assk or more money,gift cards and replacement hardware. How about automatic bail money for quick release.Maybe a new book of excuses for why I can do what I feel like
to bad

Chesterfield, MO

#2 Nov 26, 2010
These acts have no excuse. Lock them up!
stonegonemad

Waterbury, VT

#3 Nov 26, 2010
flat lander wrote:
more adventures from the little college in the Valley. Send your problems to Putney for a 40k and talk a year off from raising your little nightmare. The more the money the bigger the problem. Our public serves thanks you for keeping them busy. Maybe for Christmas they will get what they need, a kick in the assk or more money,gift cards and replacement hardware. How about automatic bail money for quick release.Maybe a new book of excuses for why I can do what I feel like
I don't always agree with you, but you hit it on the head with this one! I know, because I worked there for several years. What most DON'T know, is that many of those who "run the show" don't have a care in the world as long as the tuition(nearly 50k/yr) comes in. It's really too bad, since there ARE students there that really do well, and get what life is about. There are teachers that really care about these kids with learning differences getting a good start to their college careers, and the lame kids that waste time and don't care...well, they just make Landmark look bad. I am really surprised that this story even "escaped" to the press!
Joe Shlabotnik

Bellows Falls, VT

#4 Nov 26, 2010
flat lander wrote:
more adventures from the little college in the Valley. Send your problems to Putney for a 40k and talk a year off from raising your little nightmare. The more the money the bigger the problem. Our public serves thanks you for keeping them busy. Maybe for Christmas they will get what they need, a kick in the assk or more money,gift cards and replacement hardware. How about automatic bail money for quick release.Maybe a new book of excuses for why I can do what I feel like
Sounds like the good old days of Windham College.
Onda

South Royalton, VT

#5 Nov 26, 2010
With all of the drug problems in Brattleboro, I'm not surprised that it hit with a hospital nurse. It's quite scary, though. Whrn you are in serious pain and need morphine, you might get sterile saline instead.
flat lander

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#6 Nov 27, 2010
JOE S. are you saying all they did was change the sign out front,WOW "here's your sign" -- Onda when I went in they had me on saline for 35 days and it must have done it's thing cause I'm been purified. amen
stonegonemad

Waterbury, VT

#7 Nov 27, 2010
Joe Shlabotnik wrote:
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Sounds like the good old days of Windham College.
windham college had its days, but there weren't the problems and spoiled troublemakers like today's Landmark...
The Brattleboro Informer

Trumbull, CT

#8 Nov 28, 2010
stonegonemad wrote:
<quoted text>I don't always agree with you, but you hit it on the head with this one! I know, because I worked there for several years. What most DON'T know, is that many of those who "run the show" don't have a care in the world as long as the tuition(nearly 50k/yr) comes in. It's really too bad, since there ARE students there that really do well, and get what life is about. There are teachers that really care about these kids with learning differences getting a good start to their college careers, and the lame kids that waste time and don't care...well, they just make Landmark look bad. I am really surprised that this story even "escaped" to the press!
After letting little Jacob & Emma sit in front of the tube for all of their teen years, then pumping them full of Ritalin when they couldnÂ’t sit still in math class; 50 grand is a small price to pay for parents to pass their problem on to Landmark detox and daycare center.
Erich

Ripton, VT

#9 Oct 21, 2011
As a student here on my fourth semester I most definitely agree. However, the new administration clearly cares quite a bit more about the college community than the last one did and has already sent some of the bad apples home permanently. Here's to hoping that continues.
stonegonemad wrote:
<quoted text>I don't always agree with you, but you hit it on the head with this one! I know, because I worked there for several years. What most DON'T know, is that many of those who "run the show" don't have a care in the world as long as the tuition(nearly 50k/yr) comes in. It's really too bad, since there ARE students there that really do well, and get what life is about. There are teachers that really care about these kids with learning differences getting a good start to their college careers, and the lame kids that waste time and don't care...well, they just make Landmark look bad. I am really surprised that this story even "escaped" to the press!

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