black guys trying so hard to be gangstaz

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goomba

Tipp City, OH

#1 Jul 25, 2007
I wonder why black guys feel they have to portray other guys who are ultra violent gun weilding thugs.You know the ones with the pit bulls, drugs bad ass etc.
dinah

Monkton, MD

#2 Aug 8, 2007
You know what's sad? They are sealing their OWN fate for the future.

Until they figure out they are BEING USED, they will follow that 'tough and cool' road to hell.(destruction) That is the flat out truth. Jail or the grave awaits. This idea of 'fast money', a group to hang with and easy sex is bait. Washington, D.C. is proof of that.
Instead of demonizing them, maybe it's time for a public info campaign. Yeah, maybe that's abhorrent to you, but think of this. Would you rather do this, or have them suck off YOU later?

When you tally up all the factors working against young people these days, it makes NO SENSE to even THINK of going into the self destruct mode.

Go figure. Our country is being invaded by foreigners who come here illegally, with whom THEY are going to have to compete for entry level or unskilled jobs and a space in this world.

Our factories and businesses are either "downsizing", closing out or leaving this country everyday between the unions protecting the bad workers, and making unreasonable demands on employers, to EPA restrictions and employee costs.

GM showed record profits this year. WHY? Well it wasn't because it provides exellent cars. It's because they laid OFF some 20K workers! It's no wonder business wants to hire 'cheap' labor.

Oh, and did I MENTION using business as a cash cow? Oh, they're rich they can afford to pay for social programs. NOT. Every penny that goes to social welfare programs is a penny out of the pocket of the hard working person who then gets less in either wages or benefits.

The only other route to pick onself off the floor is this: an entry level job to help you pay off expensive college debt so you can actually live above poverty level.

I don't know, maybe live fast, die young appeals. I sure wouldn't want it for MY kids.
Steve Bognar

Longmeadow, MA

#3 Jul 26, 2013
Dennis and Brenda Thomas were married in 1968, after which Dennis served in Vietnam in the U.S. Army from 1968-1970. They took over the grocery store in Malad after Stanley’s death in 1977 and Dennis’ mother, Erma, continued to work at the store until her death in 1997.

Dennis served with the Malad Volunteer Fire Department for 24 years, including two terms as Fire Chief. Thomas Market funds two scholarships annually for Malad High School graduates and Dennis and Brenda continued his parents’ tradition of purchasing 4-H livestock at the Oneida County Fair Fat Stock Sale. Both Dennis and Brenda were members of the Malad Valley Welsh Society and supported the Welsh Festival. They were honored as Grand Marshals of the 2010 Malad 4th of July parade. Dennis tragically died in an accident at the store in 2012.

Dennis and Brenda’s son, Jerry, took over ownership of the store in 2009. Brenda continues to work with her son at the store.

Harry Sherman presented a musical tribute he wrote to the Thomas family entitled “Small Town Grocery Man”.

A letter of tribute from the Associated Food Stores to the Thomas family was read and a letter of tribute from Bradley Hess to Dennis Thomas was read regarding his service to the Malad Volunteer Fire Department.

Brenda Thomas spoke, thanking the Thomas family for their support of her.“I am so fortunate to be a part of the wonderful Thomas family where I was taught about hard work, long hours and doing things the right way,” she said. Jerry Thomas thanked his parents saying,“What a wonderful heritage they have left for me. Thanks to my mom, my number one helper.”
masterofconcrete pourers

Dayton, OH

#4 Jul 26, 2013
Steve Bognar wrote:
Dennis and Brenda Thomas were married in 1968, after which Dennis served in Vietnam in the U.S. Army from 1968-1970. They took over the grocery store in Malad after Stanley’s death in 1977 and Dennis’ mother, Erma, continued to work at the store until her death in 1997.
Dennis served with the Malad Volunteer Fire Department for 24 years, including two terms as Fire Chief. Thomas Market funds two scholarships annually for Malad High School graduates and Dennis and Brenda continued his parents’ tradition of purchasing 4-H livestock at the Oneida County Fair Fat Stock Sale. Both Dennis and Brenda were members of the Malad Valley Welsh Society and supported the Welsh Festival. They were honored as Grand Marshals of the 2010 Malad 4th of July parade. Dennis tragically died in an accident at the store in 2012.
Dennis and Brenda’s son, Jerry, took over ownership of the store in 2009. Brenda continues to work with her son at the store.
Harry Sherman presented a musical tribute he wrote to the Thomas family entitled “Small Town Grocery Man”.
A letter of tribute from the Associated Food Stores to the Thomas family was read and a letter of tribute from Bradley Hess to Dennis Thomas was read regarding his service to the Malad Volunteer Fire Department.
Brenda Thomas spoke, thanking the Thomas family for their support of her.“I am so fortunate to be a part of the wonderful Thomas family where I was taught about hard work, long hours and doing things the right way,” she said. Jerry Thomas thanked his parents saying,“What a wonderful heritage they have left for me. Thanks to my mom, my number one helper.”
You had everything right, but the last name

GANNON is their last name. They live at 809 Mitman in Fairborn,Ohio
Devil Anse Hatfield

West Hartford, CT

#5 Jul 26, 2013
Oh we'll, Leon's mom still claims she "bumped fuzzies" with Madona. Whatever that means.
DOC

Millersburg, OH

#6 Aug 15, 2013
Willie

Dayton, OH

#7 Aug 15, 2013
DOC wrote:
off topic
DOC

Millersburg, OH

#8 Aug 15, 2013
bump up!
Levi Stoltzfus

West Hartford, CT

#10 Aug 16, 2013
DOC wrote:
bump up!
You ate too many lead paint chips.

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