the video at 19 seconds shows the kid’s arm in an unnatural position – clear evidence of two idiots here. the stupid kid that thinks continuing his fight is a good idea and the cop that thought bending his skinny little arm up like that was a good idea. dumb and dumber…
March 12, 2014 at 2:01pm
Ohio’s Castle Laws include vehicles. By law you could shoot an intruder in your vehicle but Specht is saying you can’t have a folding knife in a locked vehicle? I hope this is a very public trial and hope that a common sense verdict will also be a part of it. Specht’s aspirations to be elected a judge may be in jeopardy. The principle and vice-principle are no-doubt former teachers who have risen to the untouchable and tenured positions of judge, jury and excecutioners. What idiots. If the locals don’t kick these idiots out then they deserve to have them.
October 15, 2012 at 7:09pm
No doubt the naysayers spent their day in front of their computers, at best watching what went on. Maybe they’ll go all out and break the speed limit driving to work.
September 21, 2012 at 11:23am
“BUY AMERICAN”? Did you guys miss the point that the Focus is made in Rayong Thailand? Toyota has 9 production plants in the US and 100% of Toyotas sold in North American are made here. I currently have a Toyota, Chev, Ford and Jeep, and earlier in life had Volvos, a Datsun, an Austin, etc. etc. – so what?! They are transportation – they haul my butt, my family, my trailer. I don’t need custom wheels to boost my ego. I’m glad Ford didn’t take the government bait, but like many “US” companies their profits come from using the cheap labor of other countries, not the overburden union labor of the US. So go hug your Ford (or Chev or whatever car you love so much).
September 12, 2012 at 5:29pm
Yes, the proper term is ‘organ donors’ – and (just ask my kids) they ride donorcycles. even my kids can spot a stupid rider (or driver) – excessive speed, improper lookout, showboating, and stupid are a bad combination. that was one lucky guy.
August 27, 2012 at 7:38pm
As a family we watch very little broadcast TV (so much junk, so little content). We do like to watch the Olympics and I was very offended by the ads for this program, airing during prime time during the Olympics no less. How else could they get a captive audience for this propaganda? I couldn’t believe it when I first saw the ad (it just confirmed my stand on avoiding most TV programming). We switched channels during that ad after we knew what they were peddling and we spent time as a family discussion what is normal, what is ideal, what is right and wrong, and what is propaganda. If you wallow in this stuff every day you may not notice that much, but if you only occasionally tune in it is incredibly offensive. Our TV wouldn’t be on anyway, but I’m glad KSL won’t be pressured into going along. If you are addicted to TV viewing, you won’t get my point. There are so many other options than decomposing in front of the TV.
November 18, 2011 at 11:18am
Just remember, it’s all genetic. We are preprogrammed and all of our actions are not our fault. It’s all in our genes (don’t forget already).