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Oct 22, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Leader Free Press

A Jacksonville, Fla., resident reported Oct. 15 at 6:56 a.m. that someone broke the driver's side door lock of his 2004 Ford F150, while parked at the Fairfield Inn on Route 120.

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speed

United States

#21 Jan 10, 2009
Personally I feel that there are some school districts that can not get any worst. The children with special needs who need it most are the ones getting hurt. Some of the school boards suck but the people keep voting them in again and again and again. Then they make sure relatives and friends from in the city are mostly hired. It's either their friend's-friend, or a relative, or someone they know. The Abbott Burke districts are a waste. And may I add so is their education! Just glance back a few issues of the Record and it's those Abbott Burke districts that fall below the line. Most of the parents don't care either because they are getting all the extra free education for after school baby sitting services and lots of fun trips for the children to go on instead of being inside of a class-room and getting educated. As you say Mediocre Education! That would be an improvement for those districts.
Old School

Randolph, NJ

#22 Jan 10, 2009
You got the whole picture speed. And as millions of dollars get squandered in these districts that will never improve as long as the cash rolls in, we keep paying. I hope the next governor gets the sate attorney generals office to take a close look at some of these rat holes out tax dollars are being wasted in. The jerks who keep re electing the incompetence are most likely a product of the same system. History has a way of repeating itself.
This is nothing more than taxpayer subsidized child abuse.
moved

United States

#23 Jan 13, 2009
I can verify all that is said above. I was a mentor/big sister for many years with different children. I've put in so much time and effort with children and seniors that I have all kinds of certificates of appreciation. But of course it was over years, years, years, and years so I've seen it all. I've had kids who made it 'one is in St. Eliz. college on a scholarship at this time' & I have also seen some who didn't make it ... one was even on the 'offenders' list. Like with everything else...good and bad. This one little girl I had I'll call 'Jane" to protect her idenity.'Jane' came from Garfield. We were at Wild West City for the day. Around 6PM they have the closing ceremony where they take down the flag. As the flag was being lowered the National Anthem was being played. Everyone in the whole place stood up but 'Jane'. I said to her...."Stand-Up".'J ane' asked, Why? I said because they're playing the National Anthem.'Jane' asked...What's the National Anthem. By this time a few people were looking at us. To make a long story short after it was over I asked her about what happens in school.(Garfield's special ed) She replied to me....The play it on the loud speaker and you only stand if you feel like it. I'm in special ed so if I don't want to I don't have to. My first thought...Great Schools...Uhhhh. She did stand up for me ...on one foot then the other foot then even scratched her butt...but you know what
SHE STOOD. I tried to explain how it was the right thing to do and why we all stand up.----- Years later with another little girl also in special ed from another town we were at Wild West City. And guess what? As the Anthem was being played she automatically stood up at attention with her hand held over her heart. The difference between two seperate Bergen County Towns. Amazing isn't it.
concerned

Fairfax, VA

#24 Jan 16, 2009
That is GREAT,Thats what this country is about ITS A FREE COUNTRY AND IF YOU DONT WANT TO STAND AND PUT YOUR HAND OVER YOUR HEART THATS OK. It would be sad if she was punished for not standing for the NATIONAL ANTHEM ,wake up ''' this is still a free country .
Old School

Randolph, NJ

#25 Jan 16, 2009
It's about respect Concerned. Something you seem to lack if you think it's a good idea to disrespect our country and the people who give you and the rest of us the opportunity to voice our opinions and live free. It's a small gesture to stand with respect. There are other countries that would punish or execute you for doing less than that. Military cemeteries are full of men & women who died to to give us the freedom to speak our mind and in your case now, make an ass of yourself. Think about it! Funny how it's against the law for a public school to have a bible in it's library, but in prisons it's allowed. Unfortunately, by then it's a bit too late.
moved

United States

#26 Jan 16, 2009
Please take note that concerned is now from Baltimore, MD...can't seem to get rid of 'relative' Baltimore uhh. Talk about disrespect ... it'll start out disrespecting 'whatever' but where will it stop? That is why we have prisons and jails full of Inmates who on purpose disrespect the law. It starts out small in a disrespecting family and ends up big. Same story...different generation. Somewhere along the way someone needs to mentor these children and teach/show them the right thing to do. That's just like I never allowed them to use 'fowl' language with me because as far as I am concerned there are other adjectives to describe whatever they are talking about. Oops a number three, six, and nine....Favorite numbers....Amazing
moved

United States

#27 Jan 16, 2009
She never put her hand over her heart and that was okay...but...she stood. There are somethings that people take for granted and think that it's taught in their home or school system...when it's not. What would ever happen if some day this child had to go to court for whatever reason and when the judge came in ... flicked him/her off and refused to stand? It was the right thing to do.
concerned

Fairfax, VA

#28 Jan 17, 2009
Old school I didnt say anything about respect, I said its the persons perogitive if they want to or not , I dont think its mandatory but it would be proper. You cant lock a person up for not standing. Its like when you go to court and you raise your right hand ,you dont have to swear to God you can attest to it. I love this country and its the greatest country in the world but, I get angry when it sticks its nose in other country policies. We should worry about this country only,what country will help us if and when we need help?
Old School

Randolph, NJ

#29 Jan 18, 2009
OK Concerned, Your point is well taken. We are more in agreement than we disagree. It is their choice not to respect this country and part of the freedom we have as a result of those who gave their lives or came back with permanent injuries. We always hear how bad the United States is for all our shortcomings, but whenever there is a disaster somewhere in the world, we send food, medical help, money and people to help evacuate, etc. When we got hit on 9/11, where was all the other countries in the free world throwing us any help? Not many.
Too many of us have a bad habit blaming the president for everything that goes wrong, but we never look at the problem any deeper. Brainwashed by television, radio and people with big money behind them and an agenda control our votes and mindset. If this country should ever become a true socialist or dictatorship, where will all those people then go? When you compare this country to all the rest, you fast come to the realization this is the best country in the world. That's why respecting it is so important, because when people lose it, we lose the country.
That's what our enemies are working on so hard.
Breaking the people's will so they can move in on us. Some of the foreigners who now want to make this home aren't made of the same stuff our grandparents were. They expect us to speak their language, feed & house them for free and g take more than they are willing to give back rather than contribute and give their fair share. After they fill their pockets, they move back to their country and live like kings. That just annoys the hell out of me.
God Bless

Hoboken, NJ

#30 Jan 18, 2009
Old School wrote:
OK Concerned, Your point is well taken. We are more in agreement than we disagree. It is their choice not to respect this country and part of the freedom we have as a result of those who gave their lives or came back with permanent injuries. We always hear how bad the United States is for all our shortcomings, but whenever there is a disaster somewhere in the world, we send food, medical help, money and people to help evacuate, etc. When we got hit on 9/11, where was all the other countries in the free world throwing us any help? Not many.
Too many of us have a bad habit blaming the president for everything that goes wrong, but we never look at the problem any deeper. Brainwashed by television, radio and people with big money behind them and an agenda control our votes and mindset. If this country should ever become a true socialist or dictatorship, where will all those people then go? When you compare this country to all the rest, you fast come to the realization this is the best country in the world. That's why respecting it is so important, because when people lose it, we lose the country.
That's what our enemies are working on so hard.
Breaking the people's will so they can move in on us. Some of the foreigners who now want to make this home aren't made of the same stuff our grandparents were. They expect us to speak their language, feed & house them for free and g take more than they are willing to give back rather than contribute and give their fair share. After they fill their pockets, they move back to their country and live like kings. That just annoys the hell out of me.
Point well taken. We all work hard for our money in hopes of someday retiring. Thank God I retired when I did. If things don't change soon that will be only a dream for alot of people. I agree that if you get your bread and butter here then the money should be keep here and not sent to their country. The worst thing is I was told by someone that has been here about 10 yrs. that if they form a business here they don't pay taxes for ten years and they can still collect Social Security. How sad is that for the people that worked here all of their lives. There is way too much freebes in this country, we need to start taking care of our own and not everyone eles. When it comes to us needing there are not to many countries out there that would help us. If anything 9/11 showed us that.
Liz

Butler, NJ

#31 Sep 13, 2009
I called for an officer to come and stop a loud party last night. It ended up the officer telling me to act like a lady, and that is understandable that they would have loud music, and the owner daughter kept calling me white trash several times, hence the officer was Mexican. Also the officer didn't do anything but allow these people who r not tax payers, who don't own the house, who kept trasspassing on my property, and who lets their 9 year old kids run around the streets at 12 am. He did not help my family at all and we lived in garfield for many years. Its like they allow these criminals to act this way. Garfield cops are a joke. enough said.
the graduate 1961

Catonsville, MD

#32 Sep 15, 2009
How do you know the cop is mexican? Usually mexicans arent cops their better at picking lettuce enough said
LOL

AOL

#33 Sep 15, 2009
the graduate 1961 wrote:
How do you know the cop is mexican? Usually mexicans arent cops their better at picking lettuce enough said
Hey Liz, so what you are saying is that if you are not a taxpayer you are not allowed to have a party or have some fun?..Also, Im confused it seems to me that you are not a taxpayer of Garfield either, it says that you are from Lodi.So which is it, are u from Lodi or Garfield? And by the way why did you even have to mention that these people are Mexican?
Milo

Newark, NJ

#34 Sep 15, 2009
Liz wrote:
I called for an officer to come and stop a loud party last night. It ended up the officer telling me to act like a lady, and that is understandable that they would have loud music, and the owner daughter kept calling me white trash several times, hence the officer was Mexican. Also the officer didn't do anything but allow these people who r not tax payers, who don't own the house, who kept trasspassing on my property, and who lets their 9 year old kids run around the streets at 12 am. He did not help my family at all and we lived in garfield for many years. Its like they allow these criminals to act this way. Garfield cops are a joke. enough said.
First of all Liz you are from Lodi. Are you from Garfield and can't spell it because it has to many letters ? I only ask you this because you can't spell trespassing correctly in your post. So I figure Lodi is much easier for you to spell because you are a moron. I can see by your post that you have the mentality of a moron too. How are these people criminals? So what you are saying here is that they can't play music because they don't own the house or pay taxes? I don't see a criminal act here. I see you as a troublemaker jealous neighbor.
Confused

Randolph, NJ

#35 Sep 15, 2009
Maybe Liz called the Garfield police and they told her they couldn't help her because she lives in Lodi. Try using the free Spell Check on this site, it makes you look smarter if you have a problem with your spelling.
Jeff

New York, NY

#36 Sep 17, 2009
Milo wrote:
<quoted text>
First of all Liz you are from Lodi. Are you from Garfield and can't spell it because it has to many letters ? I only ask you this because you can't spell trespassing correctly in your post. So I figure Lodi is much easier for you to spell because you are a moron. I can see by your post that you have the mentality of a moron too. How are these people criminals? So what you are saying here is that they can't play music because they don't own the house or pay taxes? I don't see a criminal act here. I see you as a troublemaker jealous neighbor.
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