This is clearly a hate crime….no doubt about it…and the boys standing around are POS…disgusting….and if the victim had shot the dog in defense Al Sharpton and the other race pimps would have been out in force
 June 26, 2014 at 11:10am
Nothing in totally unhackable, even if you’re using a device like this…it’s another padlock on the door, but there are still people and technology that’ll be able to get around it.
Right now (if they haven’t already) there are people working on code/systems to get through that door, it’s only a matter of months/weeks/days before a way is found to hack it…
April 24, 2014 at 1:10pm
The “religion of peace” at it’s finest…i.e promoting violence and hatred of Jews..it the roles were reversed the UN would be holding a special session and barry o would be on tv demanding that the Jews leave the area…..disgraceful.
March 21, 2014 at 1:38pm
If red is negative why does Ferrari paint their cars that color?
“I think it was felt that red ink was a very negative color,”
Oh my! I'm laughing so hard, I'm crying.
This is so stupid..........
Red was assigned to Italian race cars. Green for Britain. Blue and white for USA. For entirely different reasons.
the wussification of America continues................
I think pink is a negative color. I never use pink, never.
Can you imagine a green Ferrari?
Or a purple one?
Is there such a thing as a "negative" red Ferrari?
How does UK's education globally rank?
YA HINT: Red ink is NOT the problem!!!
...and in lieu of awarding diplomas we're going to give everyone a participation certificate.
Their blood is red. Maybe they should get rid of it as well. You know, too offensive.
What's negative about any color? Any color can be seen as positive or negative depending on what the person forming an opinion (on a color?) is thinking when they think about it.
Red: spicy or bloody
Blue: clear skies or depression
Green: forest or disease
Yellow: remembrance or cowardice
Purple: bruises or flowers
Saying a color represents a negative or positive is just silly. The teachers used red ink so their markings would stand out. I had teachers write good things (Fantastic! Great insight! 100%) on my papers usually using red ink!
Just don't use red pens on checks, check readers don't see red.
This is just great! So now we are going to make green a negative colour instead. Here is the very thing that Evan Sayat meant when he described it all in "The KinderGarden of Eden". Grown adult bodies, with preschool mentalities, and visions of utopian sub-adult thinking. LOL!
And it doesn't matter whether or not it is in England, US, or Bodunk Moravia. Its still childishly stupid. If you all have not ever watched Evan Sayat's Heritage speech about his book, you really do need to. Heres a link to it: http://ai-jane.org/bb/thread-13014.html . You're more than welcome to chime in too.
March 14, 2014 at 10:57am
There are places/resources to do that…one organization I know of is called CareNet, and they are there to help mothers-to-be find healthcare and people to adopt their baby….the services are there.
March 13, 2014 at 1:47pm
The reason they won’t call it a terrorist act is simple and straight-forward…to do so would be to imply that Islam is not a religion of peace (the official WH stance) and so anything or any act by one of it’s adherents that contradict that stance will not be acknowledged.
Simple, outrageous, and sad.
kiwi: Yes. The man behind the teleprompter has an agenda. Dissing Islam is not part of it. Dissing America was , and still is.
What you guys are missing is that Obama has been emplacing muslim types into all agencies of this government. Then from the top down he imposes PC pressure. Right now mosques are off limits to FBI surveillance, right now a naturalized Saudi convicted of blowing the cover of 13 FBI investigations at a mosque was hired as an IRS financial analysis. Google "Stealth Jihad". It has penetrated the highest offices in the US government and is growing like kudzu.
A good source for guidance on this issue is an Israeli American blogger name Adina Kutnicki, crosscheck her information with other sources. She is about 99.9% correct. Buy some sleep medication, you will need it. Do you ever wonder why a US government would be arming the same people who brought down the World Trade Center? You should. Your president's whole family of half siblings are up to their eyeballs with the Muslim Brotherhood. Maliek Obama is a Chief Financial Officer of the MB. Any questions of why Lois Lerner fast tracked his application as a tax exempt "Barrack H Obama" foundation in weeks while stonewalling Tea Party types for years? Tax free donations to support terrorist organizations? Say it ain't so Lois. These people are 30 years ahead of the American public. They have been hating us a long time.
February 25, 2014 at 1:09pm
I agree…there was a similar one a while back where the school was searching students phones for videos/photos of a fight that had taken place, and they suspended a kid for an unrelated photo they saw…the cops can’t do that without a warrant, so I would sue for sure
February 25, 2014 at 12:22pm
How the heck can the school conduct “random searches” of student’s cars?!..the cops can’t search your car without a warrant, so why the heck do people allow the schools to get away with this rubbish?!
I was wondering the same thing... Sue for 4A violation!
@kiwiburgerwithcheese "How the heck can the school conduct “random searches” of student’s cars?!..the cops can’t search your car without a warrant, so why the heck do people allow the schools to get away with this rubbish?!"
Because people agree, in writing, to abide by the code of conduct which says students are responsible for whatever is in the vehicles they park on school property, and that the school can do the searches without a warrant and/or without permission. IOW, the parents/students sign away their rights.
It's similar to how you have the right to refuse entry to your home if LEOs show up without a warrant, but if you let them in to conduct a search without one, your rights aren't considered violated.
People need to be more careful of what they sign, AND they need to show up to school board meetings to protest inclusion of nonsense like this in codes of conduct.
November 26, 2013 at 4:23pm
Sue the School!…the cops can’t look through your phone without a warrant, I damn well sure the school has no right to be opening the messages and photos of kids.
November 20, 2013 at 3:31pm
This is very sad for the dog….the owner is the one who should be charged for not controlling and containing her dog within her boundaries….I don’t trust the dog owner…I’ve been bitten many times by “friendly” dogs and when I’ve complained the owner swears to God that their dog “never bites” or is gentle…beating it continuously I think was too much…but, if it had been me, and I had a gun, I would have shot it.
Right on Kiwi, Any time I hear the comment, "Don't worry Doc! My dog never bites!" That is when I leave the exam room and get the muzzle. Big red flag. I agree Kiwi, this is an owner/owners problem. I have seen time and time again an owner ready to blame someone else for their own negligence. No one takes personal responsibility now. We have to take this story at face value and assume that the dog was repeatedly beaten, but I am not buying it. For all we know, the neighbor hit the dog a couple of times to try to break up the process. I was not there, but this doesn't look like a dog that was "continuously" beaten with a metal baseball bat. If that was the case there would probably be no video. Pet owners are very emotional in emergency situations and this looks like something I have seen many times. I have heard so many times people cussing and yelling and calling the cops because someone ran over their dog! It's not the driver's fault (most of the time), it's their damned fault for not being a responsible pet owner. They are usually the ones to blame.
In any case, I really am sad for this poor dog.
November 20, 2013 at 2:11pm
First rule of data:
Data collected will always be used for purposes other than which it was collected.
November 20, 2013 at 2:09pm
The only “churches” that are disappearing are the ones that have left the true message of the Gospel for the watered down, touchy-feely PC nonsense that many in the COE are promoting. Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever…they’ve been saying it was going to be “extinct” since the crucifixion. Where the Jesus is preached and taught those who are deciding to follow Him are growing by the day, both in England and worldwide.
November 8, 2013 at 7:37pm
Kindly take your anti-semitic neo-nazi nonsense somewhere else, like back to the gutter where you belong
November 8, 2013 at 7:36pm
Is this a pathetic attempt at humor or are you simply a anti-semitic piece of neo-nazi garbage?
November 8, 2013 at 7:34pm
it’s not…if you look at the front at the top of the V there is blood there and on the second photo there is quite a bit of blood on the left collar….we also don’t know if he was wearing that when he was in the plane or if it was given to him by someone on the ground who was trying to help and comfort him…that would have been a shocking experience.
November 6, 2013 at 9:07pm
“Captive audience”?!..ha!…what a f’ing joke, the school bombards the kids everyday with sex, depravity and every other weirdo lifestyle and teaching, on our dollar, and then they have audacity to complain about him having a “captive audience”?….what an f’ing joke!
November 6, 2013 at 9:04pm
A gay or muslim or some other group complains and doesn’t do something based on their “principles” or “beliefs” and everyone praises them and tells them how strong and brave they are….a Christian does it and everyone just laughs and mocks…
November 6, 2013 at 8:55pm
Would you say the say thing if it was a muslim complaining?….the school would bend over backwards to accomodate the regilious sensitivities of every other freak and weirdo, but they won’t for Christians….
September 22, 2013 at 5:57pm
Islam at it’s purest and finest.
September 22, 2013 at 5:56pm
As a former celebrant who has conducted about 600 services, I can understand his frustration, however, I disagree with what he did. The day was about the couple, not him, and he soured their day by reacting as he did. I have had similar instances where there have been crying/screaming babies, cell phones going off etc, but you don’t do what he did. If you have a problem with them you wait until after the service and then talk to the photographer.
It’s just not right, how he reacted…everyone will be talking about his reaction and what happened, no one, sadly, will remember the couple or the ceremony. I feel very bad for the couple, their day was soured. Sad.