Sexual Harassment in Schools on the Rise

Sexual Harassment in Schools on the Rise

There are 48 comments on the MyFoxPhoenix story from Oct 5, 2009, titled Sexual Harassment in Schools on the Rise. In it, MyFoxPhoenix reports that:

It happens in middle schools and high schools across the community. In hallways.

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Sonny Barger

Chicago, IL

#43 Oct 31, 2009
Boot wrote:
Thank you for the positive comment. I hear it's very difficult for you to be positive. Tennis shoes are used for doing lots of work.
I am however, a Boot.
your not a full boot that gives ankle support your like a shoe with work boot tread on the sole.
Boot

Oakland, CA

#44 Nov 1, 2009
Still a boot, regardless. You are being so positive, it makes me happy to hear good things coming out of that hole.
thinks I am a cop

Houston, TX

#45 Nov 1, 2009
You and freedoom lover cant change what she wrote thats all she wrote. You are now something on the bottom of my boot.
Boot

Oakland, CA

#46 Nov 1, 2009
I don't know what FL wrote and I don't necessarily care. That's FL's God given right.

I'm nothing on your boot.

I am THE Boot!

Go fight with someone else, will you.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#48 Nov 1, 2009
Boot wrote:
The choking Chicken is right, that might have been a bit too much. Actually, I'm thinking it wasn't enough. We should be much more stiff than that. W/r to blogging, as long as you don't defame a person, you shouldn't worry about the 2 yr sentence.
One reason that people tend to continue doing illegal things is because the penalties are not too bad and the money is good.
If I choose to deal drugs, as long as I can get away with it and stash my money out of the country, I may be willing to take a chance. They give you 5 yrs, you are out in 2 for good behavior (sometimes it's probation).
Of course, if I am smart, I never sell more than the Fed alloted limit of 392 grams or whatever and it's never considered dealing. It's considered personal consuming.
We have killers on deathrow for 20-30-40 yrs. Teh assumption is that if you chose to put these people to death, then do it immediately as it is costing the tax payers about $40,000 per year to keep these guys waiting. Nothing to be gained by keeping them waiting and appealing and appealing.
Treason should be unacceptable. There was a time, when this was a serious offense and people paid for it with their lives.
White collar crime. This should completely fit up there with the murderers. Think about this. The US is in the mess it is in right now because there were wolves in the chicken coop (that's probably where they made the chicken head soup). These guys full well knew that eventually they would get caught and "brought to justice". The pentalities for the guys and their friends who made money off of all this stealing were pretty lame. Most of them were fined a few thousand dollars, when they stole millions and millions. I don't know about you, but if I could make $1 million dollars and I had to pay a penalty of $100,000, I'd do it. If that was the only repercussion.
People who were flipping houses were getting houses. No money down. A house was bought for $90,000. They got the right appraiser to appraise the property for $400,000. W/this appraisel, they went to the bank for a refinance loan. The house was refinanced for $400,000. The home owner who only owned the house for 3 months then proceeds to stop paying on it (paid $600/month for 3 months -$2000). So, the bank forcloses. The owner kept a profit of roughly $400K. Their credit became bad credit, but they have $400K in cash. The bank collected the PMI insurance money (guaranteed the loan). The bank puts the house back on the market and the cycle is repeated over and over again.
Doesn't this sound to you like there might be something criminal?
Savings and Loan scandal. AIG. Freddie Mac. Fannie Mae. The list is pretty long. Why are the people who ran these companies not in prison right now. I'm not only talking about the CEOs. I'm talking about the whole management team that let these things occur and that made money from the demise of the American people.
We can go on and on and on.
You are familiar with the mess going on in Mexico. Mexico does not believe in Capitol Punishment. Everyone knows that they will not die, so the decision to do illegal things is pretty simple.
LOL - Choking Chicken - you nailed it! Also, considering the amount of money that was gotten from fraudulent schemes; would this be considered "Grand Larceny". I'm perplexed as well, why no one is being brought up on Criminal charges. An old Appraiser I know in Tucson, was pushed out of that business because he would't play dishonest games...the Lenders wanted their own Appraisers to tell them what they wanted to hear, justification for larger loan amt.s meant higher commissions. The Builders started the flip trend to keep their machine grinding fwd.; and on and on it went. This isn't that different from the S & L Days w/Keating. Very interesting it happened "again". Keating did minimal jail time in a cushy Federal Prison; & from what I've heard, he's enjoying the good life in San Diego with plenty of money.
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#49 Nov 1, 2009
Boot wrote:
Thank you for the positive comment. I hear it's very difficult for you to be positive. Tennis shoes are used for doing lots of work.
I am however, a Boot.
Give 'em The Boot!
Boot

United States

#50 Nov 1, 2009
Isn't it ironic that we fall for the same silly money scams time and time again. Yeah, I know that when I bought my home, they made sure it appraised for exactly 5% less than what the bank would loan me. My friend went through the same thing. They made sure that the appraiser was a special chosen one.

Actually, the thing that really gets me is that no one is asking where the PMI money has gone. Everyone says that the banks lost a lot of money. Well, the banks ensured that the people who couldn't afford the homes had insured loans. Where's that money?

Boot out!
Freedom Lover

Scottsdale, AZ

#51 Nov 1, 2009
Now that's another great question in terms of where all this money goes the banks rake in...36 Million/Billion (don't remember) that B of A made is "just" overdraft fees? With the bail out money, out of our taxes I'm not yet seeing a benefit, or any return on "our" investment, am I missing something?

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