Sandra watson
Funny

Portageville, MO

#1 Feb 19, 2012
Guess she didn't like people known they enjoy 3sums. Lmao
Louis

Valders, WI

#2 Feb 19, 2012
I heard u and Nate have a few ur. When u were married.
Funny

Portageville, MO

#3 Feb 19, 2012
Funny wrote:
Guess she didn't like people known they enjoy 3sums. Lmao
Sorry but guess u got me mixed up with someone else cuz i don't even know anyone named Nate.
yes

United States

#4 Feb 20, 2012
Yea but bet u know Christie knuckles hehe LOL
Guess

United States

#5 Feb 21, 2012
Guest

Portageville, MO

#6 Feb 21, 2012
Guess wrote:
Says the page does not exist. Nice info there retard.
part 1 of the story

Dexter, MO

#7 Feb 21, 2012
TOP STORY >> Cabot dealing with cyberbullying
By JEFFREY SMITH
Leader staff writer
Derogatory comments and threats posted last weekend about Cabot students on a free Internet discussion website forced parents, police and school administrators to get involved to find the people behind what they consider cyberbullying.
The Cabot Police Department, the State Police and the Cabot School District are working together to investigate cyberbullying that is continuing to occur under the Cabot forum on the website Topix.com .
The posts and comments spread like wildfire, once some posts are deleted, new ones appear.
The messages are posted by people using anonymous or false names. More than 3,000 individual topics have been posted on the Cabot message board.
Lt. Scott Steely said the police department received about 50 complaints on Monday from parents about comments that began to be posted Friday night. By Monday, more than 200 individual names had appeared with comments posted ranging from one to 104 comments.
Authorities are trying to identify the Internet Protocol addresses of the hostile messages to determine who is posting the comments.
An IP address is a unique set of numbers that every computer connected to the Internet has.
Cabot police are also looking at unique identifying numbers from smart phone users who post on the website.
Police plan to file criminal charges against the cyberbullies. Cyberbullying is a class B misdemeanor with a punishment up to 90 days in jail and up to a $500 fine.
“Using a computer to harass or annoy is illegal,” Steely said.
Some of the comments were positive, but some were threatening and harassing. Several of the posts were crass and hateful regarding a student’s sexual orientation, preference or history. Others refer to the girls named on the post with demeaning language. Steely believes most of the people leaving the messages are teens.
Even though a majority of the comments were posted after school hours and off school property, the district is taking a stand. On Monday afternoon before school was dismissed, students were informed about the cyberbullying.
The Cabot Public School handbook states,“Electronic acts of bullying are prohibited whether or not the electronic act originated on school property or with school equipment, if the electronic act is directed specifically at students or school personnel and is maliciously intended for the purpose of disrupting school or has a high likelihood of succeeding in that purpose.”
According to the handbook, bullying is defined as pointed comments or questions intended to embarrass or humiliate others.
The heartless comments directed at specifically named students has
part 1 of the story

Dexter, MO

#9 Feb 21, 2012
TOP STORY >> Cabot dealing with cyberbullying
By JEFFREY SMITH
Leader staff writer
Derogatory comments and threats posted last weekend about Cabot students on a free Internet discussion website forced parents, police and school administrators to get involved to find the people behind what they consider cyberbullying.
The Cabot Police Department, the State Police and the Cabot School District are working together to investigate cyberbullying that is continuing to occur under the Cabot forum on the website Topix.com .
The posts and comments spread like wildfire, once some posts are deleted, new ones appear.
The messages are posted by people using anonymous or false names. More than 3,000 individual topics have been posted on the Cabot message board.
Lt. Scott Steely said the police department received about 50 complaints on Monday from parents about comments that began to be posted Friday night. By Monday, more than 200 individual names had appeared with comments posted ranging from one to 104 comments.
Authorities are trying to identify the Internet Protocol addresses of the hostile messages to determine who is posting the comments.
An IP address is a unique set of numbers that every computer connected to the Internet has.
Cabot police are also looking at unique identifying numbers from smart phone users who post on the website.
Police plan to file criminal charges against the cyberbullies. Cyberbullying is a class B misdemeanor with a punishment up to 90 days in jail and up to a $500 fine.
“Using a computer to harass or annoy is illegal,” Steely said.
Some of the comments were positive, but some were threatening and harassing. Several of the posts were crass and hateful regarding a student’s sexual orientation, preference or history. Others refer to the girls named on the post with demeaning language. Steely believes most of the people leaving the messages are teens.
Even though a majority of the comments were posted after school hours and off school property, the district is taking a stand. On Monday afternoon before school was dismissed, students were informed about the cyberbullying.
The Cabot Public School handbook states,“Electronic acts of bullying are prohibited whether or not the electronic act originated on school property or with school equipment, if the electronic act is directed specifically at students or school personnel and is maliciously intended for the purpose of disrupting school or has a high likelihood of succeeding in that purpose.”
According to the handbook, bullying is defined as pointed comments or questions intended to embarrass or humiliate others.
The heartless comments directed at specifically named students has Superintendent Dr. Tony Thurman fired up.
Guest

Portageville, MO

#10 Feb 21, 2012
Nice but this is not a child being talked about and I haven't seen anyone posting threats against her.

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