I grew up near her town so this story sparked my interest as my friends from growing up were re-posting on Facebook.
She’s very pregnant, been arrested for drug and stealing before, is a mom (although I’d question her parenting skills), etc.
Her FB page is set to public and one of her friends tried to question just how “Christian” the store owner was for having a pregnant woman thrown in jail who obviously has issues for a dress worth so little.
I’m guessing that this friend (along with Ms Saxton) are all kinds of “special”.
June 26, 2013 at 11:05pm
I’ve been a fan since I was a kid. I used to watch Ozzie Smith, Willie McGee, Jose Oquendo…that whole 80′s bunch play.
I’m with HELLOWORLD on this one. I think he’ll continue to go since he’s a ‘life long fan’ however, if Mr Vines dislikes it that much…dont go. Dont buy the tickets, dont buy the shirts / hats etc. Check Gamecast on espn.com or listen to 1120am radio station. ….but dont try to tell the Cardinals or public your atheist views are what the organization should be implementing.
When I dont agree with something (like Jim Carrey’s gun-grabbing views), I dont participate anymore (or go to his shows, buy his dvds, etc).
June 21, 2013 at 2:11am
Regarding “Bride 1″ and “Bride 2″….they have a lot of growing up to do. Very disrespectful to a) ask for a receipt and b) go on a rant about it like bride 2 did.
A buddy of mine got my ex-wife and I a bottle of tequila as a gift (with a card). I distinctly remember her response a few days later once we got back home…”really?! a bottle of tequila?! Who does that? Oh geez,…thanks…we’ll go get drunk now. If he ever gets married, we’re totally buying him alcohol. …what a freakin joke”. I was appalled at my new brides nose-in-the-air comment. Be thankful for what folks get you…especially if they don’t know any better.
I can tell ya one thing…my fiance who I’m marrying in 3 weeks is NOTHING like my ex, haha.
May 24, 2013 at 4:28pm
I’m from IL…SOUTHERN IL that is. I was fortunate to find a job after I got off Active Duty in Missouri and I’ll never move back across the Mississippi River again.
I like how a) Mayor Rahm is speaking out against this…like he’s somebody. He’s a MAYOR of ONE town. b) He goes on to say this bill is not what’s best for the entire state. Again…MAYOR of ONE town. He cant even get his own city under control but he’s gonna vouch for the entire state. …laughable.
So potentially, there could be up to 220 sets of laws that citizens have to look up when traveling even in their day-to-day jobs. Maybe while Rahm and his Dem / Liberal friends up north are grabbin guns, controlling people and watchin their FINE and dandy towns run amuck with thugs,…Southern IL will get their act together and pass a set of laws that goes down to Cairo and up to Champaign.
"Bill of Rights?Weee dom'need no steeenkin' Bill of Rights!This is Chicago!
Rahm and Friends must have been making good money off of the massive murder spree and are trying to keep innocent citizens unarmed and defenseless against those that ignore gun laws.
Very strange. What other reason would you work so hard to turn innocents into murder, rape and robbery victims? I think those authorities fear the law abiding more than the criminals.
Why would you fear the peaceful law abiding citizen?
the Bill of Rights talks about a Militia not the fetish need of gun nuts for conceal carry.
The district attorney of columbia co., ny let a guy go free who was
Arrested under the safe act (ny gun law for idiots) for having two
Rounds over the limit in his magazine. As I previously have posted,
Most ny cops think this law is junk, I live here, so I know.
ENCINOM; Perhaps you should read the analysis completed for J. Neil Schulman by Roy Copperud. Who you may ask is Roy Copperud?
Roy Copperud was a newspaper writer on major dailies for over three decades before embarking on a a distinguished 17-year career teaching journalism at USC. Since 1952, Copperud has been writing a column dealing with the professional aspects of journalism for Editor and Publisher, a weekly magazine focusing on the journalism field.
He’s on the usage panel of the American Heritage Dictionary, and Merriam Webster’s Usage Dictionary frequently cites him as an expert. Copperud’s fifth book on usage, American Usage and Style: The Consensus, has been in continuous print from Van Nostrand Reinhold since 1981, and is the winner of the Association of American Publisher’s Humanities Award.
Once you have read that then a little historical context is in order; "I ask, sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people, except for a few public officials." — George Mason, in Debates in Virginia Convention on Ratification of the Constitution.
Finally go through the Entire Constitution and count the number of times and how the term "the people" is used.
@ENCINOM -- You really, for your own sanity, need to study the Federalist *and* Anti-Federalist papers (both sides of the issue) related to the right to keep and bear arms and *why* the 2nd Amendment is worded as it is and the numerous court cases that have found that it is an individual right, with militia membership not being a requirement in any way connected with the exercising it as an individual right.
ENCINOM have you ever heard of the militia act of 1792? all men are supposed to register with the militia (aka all of us) and own fire arms and if you cant afford a gun the militia is supposed to provide one. so if you are a male between the age of 18-45 and you don't own a fire arm your are therefor in violation of law (it has never been repealed) so yes we have a OBLIGATION to own a fire arm or arms. i own 3 pistols and 4 rifles and 2 shot guns. and i am highly trained on all of them and very accurate with all of them. i am hoping here soon to join my local USPSA and compete in the local and hopefully national platforms
encinom; Thanks for betraying your ignorance About the Second Amendment and the reasons the writers put it into the Constutition. A little research would have revealed that the "militia" and the right of citizens are two SEPARATE phrases and In writings ABOUT the Second it is clearly stated MULTIPLE times that it is to protect the right of citizens to be armed AGAINST a tyrannical government; Nothing about them Having to be in a militia, or having to pay a tax, beg permission to purchase or jump through stupid hoops that do NOTHING to stop Criminals.
You are certainly one spewing dimocrap moron.
I also live in Missouri, and you exactly right SOUTHERN illinois is another world compared to Chicago area, its like rural MO in a lot of ways, but is quickly becoming a section 8 paradise, as i read the EVENING WHIRL every week, and all the crime, rape, shootings, robberies, ect. is quickly taking over the east side, i worked with people who lived in Collinsville IL, and worked in MO, and they did their grocery shopping/gas buying in MO because it was so much cheaper, gas is 60 cents higher in IL, and traveling in IL forget it, no road signs anywhere. Chicago should be its own state /territory, separate from southern IL.
April 30, 2013 at 3:17am
guess the followup to my 1st post is going to be allowed on the site…nice.
April 30, 2013 at 3:17am
cont.: issue. For those who believe in God, His Son and the teachings of His Word, we can not agree with sin, period. Yes we are sinners too, but that does not mean we will agree w/others sins…just as we dont agree with our own. That is what Jesus died for… So that we who believe in Him can repent and be redeemed / forgiven.
There’s an old saying… “Sin is a sin is a sin”. I dont agree with being gay just as I dont agree with folks lying, stealing, adultery, etc etc etc.
April 30, 2013 at 3:13am
Posted on April 28, 2013 at 9:45pm
People keep asking “what does gay marriage do to you?” First, remember Sodom and Gomorrah. Second, I don’t want to lose my soul because I was part of the crowd who legitimized the practice. Third, I don’t want my children to be gay…the proliferation of homosexuality makes that more likely. Marriage is between a man and a woman, nobody is blocked from that, anyone can do it…if you’re applying for a job, you better be qualified. You don’t see picketers outside Boeing because they don’t allow archaeologists to apply
Posted on April 28, 2013 at 10:14pm
Mythical cities frankly have nothing to do with this modern issue, I think your soul would be more in danger from continued discrimination of your fellow human beings, and you really don’t get a choice in the sexual orientation of your children. But I do hope you would be loving enough to accept them as they are.
Kyled – I’m with ya on this one. I can not agree with gay marriage. To do so would be to agree with the choice to be gay. The act / choice of being gay is a sin. Keep in mind, just because I do not agree with folks being gay, does not mean I will chastise them. The good Book says to hate the sin, not the sinner.
Harry – Not quite for sure, after Kyled posted his opinion, you have to poke fun at his beliefs by saying “mythical cities”. And in my opinion (as I’m sure in his too), the acts going on in Sodom and Gomarrah have
cont.: issue. For those who believe in God, His Son and the teachings of His Word, we can not agree with sin, period. Yes we are sinners too, but that does not mean we will agree w/others sins...just as we dont agree with our own. That is what Jesus died for... So that we who believe in Him can repent and be redeemed / forgiven.
There's an old saying... "Sin is a sin is a sin". I dont agree with being gay just as I dont agree with folks lying, stealing, adultery, etc etc etc.
guess the followup to my 1st post is going to be allowed on the site...nice.
April 30, 2013 at 12:13am
She achieved a few things….
1) Successfully set a bad example to these kids and others.
2) Showed her a$$ to the city, state and nation.
3) As one article I read mentioned she said the kids should have had “diversity training”….her attitude and comments not only did NOT bring the black and white races closer together, it further set us apart.
Good job lady! Shes up for re-election in Dec ’16. Be interesting to see if folks remember her nastiness and boot’er out.
So 3 states were surveyed and thats supposed to equate to “90% of the US”??? One thing I found VERY interesting are the demographics….each sample are well in favor of Democrats or Liberals.
So…what does all this mean??? Lies, more and more lies out of the 2 different camps in DC.
April 18, 2013 at 1:10am
Trivia time!!! Who said this:
“Each of these proposals deserves a vote in Congress,” he continued. “If you want to vote no, that’s your choice. But these proposals deserve a vote.”
Well well well….so a vote happens (for numerous amendments I might add) and just look who isn’t happy. Tissue anyone?
Congress gave it a vote, they voted down everything…game over.
April 12, 2013 at 3:46am
Even more. Looks like there are quite a few offices that are going to rip through this….yup…folks need to be fired and charged.
Doesn’t an inactive phone (i.e.; my previous 2 old cell phones that I still have) still have the capability of dialing 911??? If so, yup…thats good enough!
Instead of causing more issues, red tape, problems, etc for the LAW ABIDING citizens, Barry and his liberal Dems need to focus on the all the fraud going on, besides just Barry-phones.
April 9, 2013 at 1:19am
Email, call, write your Senator(s). Ask them to join the other 14!
April 9, 2013 at 12:21am
Just sent this to Rep Diana DeGette of Denver. I know she wont listen but hey, libs cant seem to understand the facts so ya gotta keep pointing them out to’em.
April 6, 2013 at 3:56am
SHE’S the best looking AG???
- Pam Bondi – FL
- Kathleen Kane – PA