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-Figgy - wrote:
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Haha!
Happy Thanksgiving Mouse!((HUGS))
And i do hope that all the nice People had a fantastic feast.
Fritz

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Joseph L wrote:
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Ouch. Sorry fat women. The left has a war going on against you and they are winning.
The true and utterly Disgusting and Hateful Joe has finally Surfaced.

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Fritz wrote:
<quoted text>And i do hope that all the nice People had a fantastic feast.
I hope you did as well!((HUGS))

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If you want the Real story.

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Fritz wrote:
<quoted text>Hahahahhahah from the most Hated Entertainment News on the Planet Erth.
By who ? That right there shows you arent even informed enough to know that FOX BEATS OUT THE OTHER CHANNELS by 3 times all of them combined dummy..lol..wow..Do you have anything adult to say or just childish insults like you do in Denver?

I noticed you have yet to say anything at least halfway intelligent..Did you go to school in Arkansas or were taught by a teacher from there ?

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Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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"There is no personal charm so great as the charm of a cheerful temperament."
- Henry Van Dyke
If you hadnt had one of these teachers then maybe you could do more that cut and paste comments or parrot lefty propaganda huh ?

Teachers accused in test-taking fraud that spans three states, 15 years. Your kids teachers may not be qualified to train pets much less your kids.
Published November 25, 2012
Associated Press
In this photo taken Friday, Nov. 23, 2012, Neal Kingston, director of the Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation at the University of Kansas, talks about testing fraud in his Lawrence, Kan., office. Theres a never-ending war between those who try to maintain standards and those who are looking out for their own interests," says Kingston.(AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)
MEMPHIS, Tenn.– It was a brazen and surprisingly long-lived scheme, authorities said, to help aspiring public school teachers cheat on the tests they must pass to prove they are qualified to lead their classrooms.
For 15 years, teachers in three Southern states paid Clarence Mumford Sr.-- himself a longtime educator -- to send someone else to take the tests in their place, authorities said. Each time, Mumford received a fee of between $1,500 and $3,000 to send one of his test ringers with fake identification to the Praxis exam. In return, his customers got a passing grade and began their careers as cheaters, according to federal prosecutors in Memphis.
Authorities say the scheme affected hundreds -- if not thousands -- of public school students who ended up being taught by unqualified instructors.
"As technology keeps advancing, there are more and more ways to cheat on tests of this kind."
- Neal Kingston
Mumford faces more than 60 fraud and conspiracy charges that claim he created fake driver's licenses with the information of a teacher or an aspiring teacher and attached the photograph of a test-taker. Prospective teachers are accused of giving Mumford their Social Security numbers for him to make the fake identities.
The hired-test takers went to testing centers, showed the proctor the fake license, and passed the certification exam, prosecutors say. Then, the aspiring teacher used the test score to secure a job with a public school district, the indictment alleges. Fourteen people have been charged with mail and Social Security fraud, and four people have pleaded guilty to charges associated with the scheme.
Mumford "obtained tens of thousands of dollars" during the alleged conspiracy, which prosecutors say lasted from 1995 to 2010 in Arkansas, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/11/25/teachers ...

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Mouse Moment;

Reading is learning!!!

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And the American Way

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<quoted text>Oh you Poor Ignorant puppy...Fux now enjoys the Dubious honor of the worst Entertainment news in the Nation.And their Election reports did that to them.Even at last moments of the Election results FUX Lies its azz off.Fux is Shitz now days but in my book they always where noting but Bull shitz Peddlers who cater d to dumb azz rednecks as your selfe.
Shut up Russssh..You are clueless about your own world much less the real one.

s President Obama willing to jump the “fiscal cliff,” as many of his supporters are hoping he will?

It depends on what your definition of “fiscal cliff” is.

The White House takes a limited view of the current budget and tax impasse, casting it as a short-term conflict over the automatic tax increases and spending cuts that are looming at the end of the year.

Defined that way, the president does seem willing to allow the across-the-board tax increases and spending cuts to kick in at the end of the year if House Republicans refuse to allow tax rates to go up for top earners.

Obama is treating the negotiations over tax rates and spending as a continuation of the debt-ceiling fight that created the automatic spending cuts in the first place.

Having won re-election and with current tax rates set to expire, Obama is looking to do a deal limited in scope to those issues. If Republicans would like to avoid automatic, long-term reductions in defense spending, Obama believes that the money should come from higher rates for top earners.

And if Republicans won’t agree, Obama is sending strong signals that he will let the hikes and cuts occur and then resume negotiations amid a deeper crisis.

This view casts Obama and House Speaker John Boehner as two bomb makers trying to diffuse an explosive device of their own creation. And if Boehner won’t agree to change the wiring, Obama seems content to let the thing blow and then cast the blame on the House GOP

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/11/28/ob...
Xray

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Bill wrote:
<quoted text>Oh you Poor Ignorant puppy...Fux now enjoys the Dubious honor of the worst Entertainment news in the Nation.And their Election reports did that to them.Even at last moments of the Election results FUX Lies its azz off.Fux is Shitz now days but in my book they always where noting but Bull shitz Peddlers who cater d to dumb azz rednecks as your selfe.
very true,but when one can only see with tunnel vision,they are blind to the truth.
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Righty Mouse wrote:
<quoted text>Shut up Russssh..You are clueless about your own world much less the real one.
s President Obama willing to jump the “fiscal cliff,” as many of his supporters are hoping he will?
It depends on what your definition of “fiscal cliff” is.
The White House takes a limited view of the current budget and tax impasse, casting it as a short-term conflict over the automatic tax increases and spending cuts that are looming at the end of the year.
Defined that way, the president does seem willing to allow the across-the-board tax increases and spending cuts to kick in at the end of the year if House Republicans refuse to allow tax rates to go up for top earners.
Obama is treating the negotiations over tax rates and spending as a continuation of the debt-ceiling fight that created the automatic spending cuts in the first place.
Having won re-election and with current tax rates set to expire, Obama is looking to do a deal limited in scope to those issues. If Republicans would like to avoid automatic, long-term reductions in defense spending, Obama believes that the money should come from higher rates for top earners.
And if Republicans won’t agree, Obama is sending strong signals that he will let the hikes and cuts occur and then resume negotiations amid a deeper crisis.
This view casts Obama and House Speaker John Boehner as two bomb makers trying to diffuse an explosive device of their own creation. And if Boehner won’t agree to change the wiring, Obama seems content to let the thing blow and then cast the blame on the House GOP
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/11/28/ob...
bird brain,numb bell.wise up,why don't you.

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Mouse Moment;

"You can observe a lot by just watching."

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-Ill Bill- wrote:
Mouse this thread has almost died without me.
And you care because .....?

“Si vis pacem, para bellum”

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Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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And you care because .....?
He got 20 points to say it?

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-Ill Bill- wrote:
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I don't. I was just pointing out the obvious.
You care plenty. That's what's obvious.

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50,000 of the cells in your body will die and be replaced with new cells, all while you have been reading this sentence! pretty cool

Read more: http://weirdfacts.com/weird-fact/human-body-f...

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Mouse Moment;

Grover Cleveland was elected President and took office in 1885 as a bachelor. In 1886, he married Frances Folsom at the White House.

In 1888 President Cleveland was defeated by President Harrison. As the Clevelands were leaving the White House for the final time , Mrs. Cleveland told the White House staff,

"take care of my house, I'll be back in 4 years".

... and she was.

President Cleveland was re-elected in 1892.

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points!

“Si vis pacem, para bellum”

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Maverick 808 wrote:
points!
laughs!

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Maverick 808 wrote:
points!
This is private property and the points here are not for public use. What are you thinking that this is some sort of point bearing tree to be raided by the common community population at will?

Hoodlum!

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Mouse Moment;

"Deja Vu is when God thinks something is so funny, that he has to rewind it to show it to his friends."

- Unknown

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Cathouse Mouse wrote:
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This is private property and the points here are not for public use. What are you thinking that this is some sort of point bearing tree to be raided by the common community population at will?
Hoodlum!
*look at sign*
NO TREEPASSING

Okay I won't pass trees.

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