User Profile: bonniejean53

bonniejean53

Member Since: September 02, 2010

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  • [4] September 13, 2014 at 10:13am

    People quit on their employers all the time, they just don’t show up. We know nothing of his practice, how big it is, how often, they even had contact. This doesn’t justify a callus letter by this doctor but in truth, in order to collect unemployment benefits you must be physically able to work. So with this blown all over the news she could lose those benefits. That was an incredibly tactless and unsympathetic letter he sent, regardless of their interaction she must have been a good employee or why would he keep her for 12 yrs.? He could have taken some time and called her in the office.

  • [7] September 13, 2014 at 9:47am

    Wow!

  • [32] September 1, 2014 at 9:09pm

    Absolutely none. Except, of course, for those who are looking for the downward-spiral it will bring

  • [2] August 21, 2014 at 7:24pm

    Maybe she could have afforded it, maybe not, we don’t know, we also don’t know if she gives in other ways, maybe not. The fact that it lasted as long as it did should be celebrated instead of turning it into a negative by attacking the person who didn’t “pay it forward.” There have been many times I wanted so badly to help someone in need but due to my financial circumstances the best I can do is say a prayer for them. Please don’t let one person take your smile away, appreciate everyone else who made the day so special.

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  • August 11, 2014 at 7:19am

    PLEASE READ: Research on this story: The truth must be told due to the comments section. Who are the commenters here? Are they Christians, Jews or Trolls? There is a lot of judging without all the facts. Chavonda Gallman and her husband, the Pastor of Moore’s Chapel Baptist Church, Duncan, SC, have been married 22 years. Their oldest son is 20 yrs. old. There are 4 boys and 1-two year old daughter. They do a lot of work in the community. When she came home her daughter turned on the TV and the porn was on (DVD on big screen TV). Mrs. Gallman called her husband first, he directed her. As a Pastor, he needs to access certain sites, he must be able to read news stories that would be blocked with parental controls. I know because I have a friend in the news business, (they have to deal with things we would not want to). This dear woman has received threats & unbelievable hate mail. She did an interview on a station she knew would not twist the story. 1) Her interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOW4n9Obqao 2) Her facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-New-Moores-Chapel-Baptist-Church/696970463666797?rf=116138005074290 (copy and paste). 3) Tedx Site will explain what looking at Porn does to the brain, site: youtube.com/watch?v=wSF82AwSDiU . The Porn today is not the porn of yesterday, women & children are drugged, kidnapped, raped and sold into the sex slave Industry, frequently a foreign country. NO woman or child wants to do this, it’s not a victimless crime.

  • August 11, 2014 at 7:14am

    PLEASE READ: Research on this story: The truth must be told due to the comments section. Who are the commenters here? Are they Christians, Jews or Trolls? There is a lot of judging without all the facts. Chavonda Gallman and her husband, the Pastor of Moore’s Chapel Baptist Church, Duncan, SC, have been married 22 years. Their oldest son is 20 yrs. old. There are 4 boys and 1-two year old daughter. They do a lot of work in the community. When she came home her daughter turned on the TV and the porn was on (DVD on big screen TV). Mrs. Gallman called her husband first, he directed her. As a Pastor, he needs to access certain sites, he must be able to read news stories that would be blocked with parental controls. I know because I have a friend in the news business, (they have to deal with things we would not want to). This dear woman has received threats & unbelievable hate mail. She did an interview on a station she knew would not twist the story. 1) Her interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pOW4n9Obqao 2) Her facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-New-Moores-Chapel-Baptist-Church/696970463666797?rf=116138005074290 (copy and paste). 3) Tedx Site will explain what looking at Porn does to the brain, site: youtube.com/watch?v=wSF82AwSDiU . The Porn today is not the porn of yesterday, women & children are drugged, kidnapped, raped and sold into the sex slave Industry, frequently a foreign country. NO woman or child wants to do this, it’s not a victimless crime.

  • August 11, 2014 at 3:49am

    Which is exactly why we need to keep “the Government” (not the police) out of our lives. There is too much bureaucracy and nothing is ever fixed. I am stunned by the amount of people posting on this story who act so piously, as though they never had, knew or was a child-just like this one or worse. We should all be grateful our homes are not made of transparent glass. How about some good old-fashioned honesty about what an angel all of us were.

  • August 11, 2014 at 3:43am

    Are you really that naive? This is not a black or white issue. My parents were the best, I was a defiant brat. If they said up, I said down; if they said black, I said white; I argued endlessly about anything and everything. I’m surprised I lived to tell about it, in retrospect, for the sake of my siblings they should have put me in a foster home. They gave me lots of attention (not how I would have liked it but I brought it on myself). We have all known families where there is one kid who “marches to a different drummer…his own, and you’d better not get in his way. Sometimes they come around, sometimes they don’t. She was doing the very thing you claim she wasn’t (at least this time, we know absolutely nothing about ANY past issues). She could have ignored it, she could have just left it on. She could have beaten him to within an inch of his life. I was a single parent because I left an abusive marriage after many years of trying desperately to make it work. I have no idea if her husband is deployed, was killed in a car accident or someone she had to protect her children from. What I can tell you for sure is, raising children as a single parent is the hardest thing I ever did. I would love to send her a letter of encouragement and a bouquet of flowers, she obviously cares or she would have just left him alone. She loved him too much to do that.

  • August 11, 2014 at 3:26am

    Proverbs 13:24 (NIV) | In Context | Whole Chapter

    24 Whoever spares the rod hates their children,
    but the one who loves their children is careful to discipline them.

    This is from the New International Version. There is a website called Biblegateway that is really cool. You can search for verses, even individual words, books, etc. It’s a great resource you can use to show people that there aren’t “all those different versions of the Bible.” They all say the same thing in a slightly different way, just like it couldn’t be translated “precisely-word for word” if the original language is Koine Greek, translated to Latin, then to German and now in every language spoken. It’s a great resource, here’s the link: https://www.biblegateway.com/

  • August 11, 2014 at 2:13am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87l4gFwUbfY

  • [1] August 11, 2014 at 2:06am

    Who is this “fat faced mamma BooBoo” you are referring to? Why all this hateful name calling and rhetoric?

    Based on the comments I’ve been seeing on The Blaze lately, the progressives (and others of their ilk) have succeeded very nicely indeed into turning us into the type of people they need us to be to fulfill their agenda. We are smarter than this! Everyone who believes, please drop to your knees and pray that the bitterness will be removed from us.

    2 Chronicles 7:14English Standard Version (ESV)
    14 if my people who are called by my name humble themselves, and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.

    When you have time, please read The Gospel of Matthew: Chapter 5 verse 13-27. It is the sermon on the mount. I remember as a very young person reading that thinking “Nobody can do that!” I still believe the only way we can is with the help of The Lord. I also remember thinking “Wow, wouldn’t this be a great world if we all, at least, tried to live like that!”

    We are handing over our hearts, our minds and our souls to the powers and principalities and not even putting up a fight. We are so much better than this and we are not expected to do any of this alone. He is with us to guide, protect and give wisdom to anyone who asks for it, no matter how often, He will continue to give.

  • [1] August 11, 2014 at 1:29am

    For all we know her husband could be deployed. We know nothing of her circumstances other than she could use some encouragement. Where is our compassion. We say hate the sin but love the sinner, we appear to be assuming there is a sin on the part of the mother. PLEASE- Don’t allow your wounds or frustration to turn you into someone you are not.

  • [1] August 11, 2014 at 1:25am

    How is it you were able to determine, with so little information, that this woman is a “moron?” I remember, as a teenager, having the police called on me (by my dad) for some small infraction. It never happened again, there never was a “large” infraction. This mother probably has to work to feed her family. Would it be too much for you to assume she is working as opposed to expecting the rest of the taxpaying to support her? She did exactly what most good and wise mothers would have done. We were taught to respect and admire the police officers who put their lives in danger every day to keep us safe. And, please don’t go on about the few bad apples in law enforcement. Hopefully this encounter scared the young man enough to help him turn from a bad path. For every bad cop there are thousands upon thousands who would take a bullet even for the idiots who protest about “police brutality.” God Bless all our men and women in uniform, protect them and guide them as they do a job most of us would never consider. Bravo Mom, I will be praying for you and your son that some older man will give of his time to mentor him. I will also pray for your daughter that the young men she is growing up around will begin to value themselves, their families and the girls who will someday grow up to be loving wives and mothers. How about it men? Could and would you commit to mentor a young man? They need good, strong role models if we really want to change our direction.

  • [5] August 10, 2014 at 10:35pm

    An embarrassingly Bad golfer at that. From what I’ve read, I’m not sure giving him the title of “golfer” has been earned as of yet.

  • [2] August 10, 2014 at 9:57pm

    It was my intention when I read the story to mention there is a big difference in “the Likud Party — of which Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is chairman — calls for the expulsion of all Palestinians from Israel. AND this crucial fact: the Hamas charter calls for the DESTRUCTION of the state of Israel. You stated it much better than I could have, Thank you!

  • August 10, 2014 at 6:19am

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_Qpy0mXg8Y Please, watch, learn and share.

  • July 30, 2014 at 5:12pm

    As the mother of an autistic child and someone who works with autistic children, I feel I can speak to what you are saying. It is a very difficult and challenging life with a child like one of these. I hope you are able to find someone you trust that can stay with your child while you have some much needed time away from the unpredictable and explosive frustration expressed by these children. It is extremely rare, not impossible, for them to learn different behaviors but taking them out to a “fancy restaurant” will only serve to frustrate everyone involved, mostly your child. As you know, they do much better in familiar surroundings, these are not times where they need discipline over something they cannot control. You and your spouse need a break. I hope you can get one regularly, planned and scheduled, for all of your sakes.

  • July 30, 2014 at 5:01pm

    If those current “singles” are unable, as young adults, to recognize poor parenting resulting in boorish, unmannerly children than it will be a good thing that they avoid this establishment. FYI: Interesting that you asserted that those singles will likely be “marred” later with kids. Freudian slip perhaps?

  • July 30, 2014 at 4:54pm

    I understand your frustration and I appreciate your parenting, it sounds like your kids are a pleasure to be around. Unfortunately, the problem is not really the children, it’s the parents. Can you just imagine what it would be like attempting to get the unruly parents of these unfortunate children to quietly leave the restaurant? Yes, it’s a shame that those who seem to have children as accessories as opposed to raising adults that everyone has to suffer. The worst part of this is, if you read the comments from many of the parents they claim “everyone’s kids behave that way!” and if you say it’s not true, YOU are lying. The one’s who are guilty, never think it’s them.

  • July 30, 2014 at 4:25pm

    I think this story is attracting so much attention because so many people have had to deal with it, are frustrated by it and, for a brief moment, have a national forum to spout off about it. I know it made me feel better!

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