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Belleville, IL

which hospital is better to work for?

best bet, if you're not tied down to this area, is to go agency. Most agencies will pay at least double what you'd make as a staff nurse, as well as all your travel, food, and lodging. They literally pay you out the butt, and experience has shown me that it doesn't even matter if you're a decent nurse or not! And you can get some pretty killer gigs, like coastal/island jobs!  (Aug 3, 2012 | post #22)

Belleville, IL

Stupid whites

I have to chuckle... I can see where muneka is coming from. I also am not from the area, but I grew up in a very non racist area. I grew up with the mentality that you greet people openly, and react to how they respond. Since I have been here I have worked throughout this entire area, in areas like east stlouis(mostly black), fairmont(mostly Mexican), glen carbon/maryville(m ostly white), and everything in between. I can tell you that this is the most racist area I think I've ever been to, and I have been around most of the world. I personally have noticed that most of the racism comes from the black community in this area. I can understand your internal want for everyone to get along, but I think if you had experienced any of this racism for yourself, you'd probably have a different view. I'd also be willing to bet that you haven't put your big innocent doe eyes in a situation to experience any of this racism. Be assured that people do get attacked in the area for no reason (white or black). Not because they wear gang colors, or shout racist comments. Simply because they're in the wrong place at the wrong time. I'm willing to bet you don't even know what gangs are around the area. I'm sure you're curious to talk to "colored " people, because you know nothing about them. Here's a tip: the black men probably want to get into your little panties! They don't care what your name is, or what you want to study. And the black girls want nothing to do with you, because they see you as a threat. And that little nagging fear you have is a healthy, naturally, built in response that keeps you alive! Until you have really delved into other peoples worlds, don't assume that these senseless bad things don't happen for no good reason, because they do! All the time! I think you watch too much liberal media.  (Aug 3, 2012 | post #18)

O'Fallon, IL

Fairview Heights Fire to build a 3 million dollar station

east end of fairview has an engine house(hwy 50 and Frey). And I totally agree! There is nothing wrong with volunteer fire fighters, but people would feel safer (and probably agree to a tax hike) with a paid fire dept. Although, the city of fairview isn't currently hurting for money. There is at least 15 police officers making $80k+, with some making 6 digits. I'm pretty sure they can afford a paid fire dept! But, why pay for something when you can get it for free?  (Apr 19, 2012 | post #6)

O'Fallon, IL

Fairview Heights Fire to build a 3 million dollar station

when looking at constructing a building for a municipal entity, you have to look at future growth. Otherwise, in 5 years you could be behind the ball, later. Who knows, maybe they are looking at trying to start up their own EMS, in the future. It would be nice to have stations in multiple locations, instead of each end of town, leaving the south end uncovered.  (Apr 9, 2012 | post #4)

O'Fallon, IL

Fairview Heights Fire to build a 3 million dollar station

Remember that when your house burns down!  (Apr 7, 2012 | post #2)

Swansea, IL

What does Millstadt need?

trust me! I don't hang out in millstadt. Now, if we could only find a way to keep the filthy animals out of the surrounding areas, and lock them in their cage!  (Apr 6, 2012 | post #55)

Swansea, IL

What does Millstadt need?

Why in the f$&@ would someone want to move to dirty little millstadt? The people from there think they are better than every one else, but from the outside looking in, it's a dirty little town full of bumpkins!  (Apr 2, 2012 | post #48)

O'Fallon, IL

State Park (Collinsville, IL)

If you'd actually spent any time working in the streets (instead of just having COPS on the the tv, while spending all day trolling a website), you'd realize that people do all kinds of stupid stuff in front of an officer. Half of the time, most people don't realize a marked squad car is around them. And I guess Collinsville has no unmarked squad cars?  (Mar 30, 2012 | post #52)

O'Fallon, IL

Man says Collinsville police officer violated his rights ...

There is no point in arguing with an uneducated individual, that wants to argue, simply just to argue. It's very obvious that you hugely support CPD hanging out on the highway, and running traffic all day. Unfortunately, as you've stated in other posts, Collinsville has other problems to deal with (as noted in your cesspool comments). And police presence can be a huge deterrent to crime.  (Mar 30, 2012 | post #19)

O'Fallon, IL

zapatas

Excellent! Good food, decently priced!  (Mar 29, 2012 | post #3)

O'Fallon, IL

Man says Collinsville police officer violated his rights ...

if it makes you feel better about yourself, then yes  (Mar 29, 2012 | post #17)

O'Fallon, IL

State Park (Collinsville, IL)

hahaha! This guy is hilarious! If all the cops weren't on the highway, trying to get in the paper for the next big highway drug bust, then the officers would be free to patrol the streets. Sounds fair, considering the highway is the stomping grounds of the Illinois state police.  (Mar 29, 2012 | post #50)

O'Fallon, IL

Man says Collinsville police officer violated his rights ...

wow, you really don't pay attention. I never said he had the right to drive. I understand that's a privelage. Technically current taxation is unconstitutional, for there is no (complete) representation on what the taxes are for. That's a whole different topic. The police can search/impound a vehicle with probable cause. A prior(or lying about a prior) is not probable cause, nor is a "hunch". Just because he walked a dog around the car and states, his dog "hit" on his car is immoral. You seem to feel strongly about the officer being right in his decision, but I have the feeling that you have no clue about IL law, civil code, or constitutional law! Like the law states, ignorance is no excuse. I'm just curious why someone is so complacent with having their civil liberties stripped from them.  (Mar 29, 2012 | post #15)

O'Fallon, IL

Man says Collinsville police officer violated his rights ...

Have you seen something called the constitution? Have you heard of illegal search and seizure? He can be pulled over, big deal. But, searching someone's property because he wants to, not because he has just probable cause, is a civil rights violation. It's about setting a precedence. If its allowed in this situation, then where does it stop?  (Mar 28, 2012 | post #13)

O'Fallon, IL

State Park (Collinsville, IL)

hahahaha! Education? It's probably, not prolly! Hooked on phonics worked for wat!  (Mar 28, 2012 | post #48)