Oct 16, 2007
I have to agree with Scott1 about the generalizing thing. We live on the Southside does that make me rich, smart, have a dog to walk or stick in my purse, we are not rich, we do not have a dog, and well are not always %100 on every topic yet we try. Our family is your typical everyday down to earth give you the shirt off our back if you need it and really do. We believe in honesty, loyalty to family and self, dignity, and knowing whom you are and not trying to become something you are not. (May 21, 2008 | post #43)
Yea our family did have 6 generations here 5 of which spent time in the same house. I can remember when most of the land around here was a natural not developed and people were happy with each other. Heck when I was a kid even up to 5th grade on occasion we would close ends of the street and have a neighborhood cookout where everybody would bring something even if just ice from the refrigerator now people cannot stand to be in the same room with each other or even know where the other belongs or came from. I agree with you if you do wrong such as (murder, rape, molest) the crank old sparky and let the death party begin. Most countries have a policy such as you steal or caught stealing you loose a finger next time a hand next a foot sooner or later you have no way to steal. Perhaps we could try a similar policy for rape, molest, and pedophile (casterate if male or staple shut if female) and if you murdered someone you will get hung or your head held to the gilliten I am not sure of the spelling. (May 21, 2008 | post #19)
Here is a few of the things I had in my bookmarks off hand for you to look at if you want I will look into my file for jax and send you more. http://jacksonvill e.bizjournals.com/ jacksonville/stori es/2007/07/09/focu s1.html? **** =1183953600^148636 7 http://www.metroja cksonville.com/con tent/view/693/120/ http://larrycohenp roductions.com/N_F la_Music.htm http://www.mlms.lo gan.k12.ut.us/~cki rcalli/tiger%20ris ing/jacksonville%2 0page.htm (May 21, 2008 | post #17)
well if that being the case and any person is found innocent and the child or anyone found filling a false report than the person accused shall get the same attention as when the stories first hit the street resending all claims and letting all know what has gone on. then the child or the one filling a false report shall hold time in jail or be held to a similar punishment with posting on the net and in their community noting as to what the did. (May 20, 2008 | post #36)
Call me sick/twisted/or sadistic but I feel any rapist, pedophile, or in this case child molester get the following: 1. Be physically forced to put his penis into one of the old-style pencil sharpeners that you have to twist/crank with your hand to grind till it bleeds. 2. Instructed and threatened with their life if they did not clean up their mess and themselves with alcohol and salt mixture. 3. Be sent o jail for all eternity to be raped/molested and if they did not accept the act they would then get the death penalty. (May 20, 2008 | post #25)
that sucks i usually watch those programs too as well as history channel, food network, comedy channel anything but local crime or news or booty/chick flix. i watched one the other day and even did some searching about jax used to run a subway system and to this day the walls are still in great condition with the tiles, lights, posters still on the walls the only thing wrong with them is draining some water and removing dirt and boulders that are blocking the entrances around town. (May 20, 2008 | post #15)
FromTheSouth2: I do not drink nor does my family but that is interesting. I also did not realize that about the onions I use that garlic and olive oil on everything. By any chance is it used in soda, cranberry/apple juice, or green tea vats as that is the drinks our family uses. Do you work in the industry or where did you find this out? (May 19, 2008 | post #13)
i do not remember as i was in middle school and they were late teens early 20's if i remember correctly of course this was some 20 years ago approximately. all i know and remember is my friend was what used to be called a pier councilperson with me along with flag/dance team for school and would have given you the shirt of his back. he wanted to become a teacher and a mentor for those in need or that hand little self esteem or had personal issues. (May 19, 2008 | post #88)
I did re-read and also read this post and now understand where you are coming from as well. I just have no tolerance or acceptance for those who drink and drive because of the following: One of my best friends were killed by drunk driver and the only way caught was the remains of clothing were still on the underside of automobile they were driving. What happened is he was out Blanding blvd many years ago and was hit and dragged some almost 20 yards before he separated from automobile and the only way that they were identified was 2 hunters flagged down a police car and told them to follow that car that ended up in a drive way with one of them still asleep and them claiming they did not remember hitting anybody yet it was totally obvious they had. This happened when I was in middle school so yes this strikes a nerve to this day in addition to the fact we have children of our own to think about. I in no way would want to think or imply someone would falsely make a mockery of a death or murder. I still believe strongly in the saying eye for eye in this case death for death it would save us a great deal of time and money. (May 18, 2008 | post #83)
once again ... envy, drama, and thoughtless chatter run wild in this armpit of the state. maybe just once we can look beyond the personal lives of the ones in questions and look at the good they do and inspire. (May 18, 2008 | post #27)
what do you do if i may ask? (May 18, 2008 | post #5)
this scares me to no end and makes me cringe in sadness for the man and the surviving family and all they will encounter. i can only hope that the two responsible find the most painful death then just before they are declared dead brought back and the death process started over again. (May 17, 2008 | post #1)
you people are really sad and pathetic on the subject of Donna and her personal life that is just tacky and lame. I well no our entire family see she has done nothing wrong and we need to look and judge her on what she does for the community and let that be the only thing that can be judged as what type of moral she has. I mean think about it how many of the ones who are making the comments have that totally faithful committed relationship that comes from a drug, alcohol and smoke free home? (May 17, 2008 | post #12)
yea you do not find any true classic people anymore especially that have been from this area. used to live out in that area and never knew he was out there. great thing to be in a small town i sure miss small town life as my husband and i are so sick of city life. ps. i have never personally studied his work but intend to do so. (May 17, 2008 | post #6)
that is awesome and would love to see yet a bit down the road or we would go down and see it. (May 17, 2008 | post #2)
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