I can’t even begin to imagine the pain that this poor man is experiencing, and what the mother and their daughter might still have to face realizing if they recover. Let’s all pray that this family will somehow be able to live on as best they can, and that there will be happiness someday for them and more life to look forward to.
 January 17, 2015 at 10:47pm
Such a shame – I just read about the filth that murdered her baby by setting the baby on fire. It’s not right that Erica never even got to see her children even though she and her husband did what they needed to do to bring them into this world.
On the good side though, at least it looks like those children have a lot of love and support surrounding them – wishing them much happiness!
 January 17, 2015 at 10:39pm
What a piece of filth that woman is, one very deserving of the death penalty. May she burn when she meets her maker.
...and when she gits-ta HELL.... she won't hafta payfor HEAT!!
 January 14, 2015 at 5:19pm
I believe this to be one of God’s tests for this boy as well as a good swift kick in the rear to get him to choose the better path. For whatever reason, he was meant to be there. I’m glad Officer Foulks is OK and I hope that Jamal makes better choices for himself and others to redeem himself.
What was even sadder was the street preacher. Wonder who was telling him to act in that annoying manner?
 November 5, 2014 at 6:18pm
I was so happy to see this, especially since I didn’t realize she was running – congratulations to Mia Love and her constituents! It’s a good day.
 November 5, 2014 at 6:10pm
YAY!!! GLOAT FEST!!! I wish we could gloat as much here in NYC but at least the overall national turnout was a positive one – definitely not as somber as the 2012 election. May this be the second of many a gloat fest to come =).
 October 25, 2014 at 12:59am
What generous young men Diego and his brother are – I’m sure Ethan will find much happiness in those new friends he’s about to get for Christmas tomorrow! I love how each one of those toys has a story – very creative imagination there. God bless these boys and their families!
 October 12, 2014 at 9:12am
Yuck – whoever put that there is a rotten piece of filth with no class. I have ridden the F train many times to get to school, and I never saw anything like that. I’ll take the rats any day lol!
Because there’s always something to do here and it’s never boring. We have lots of different people (yes, even us conservatives =) ) and many places to go – you could live here your whole life and not see it all. I truly hope you get to actually visit here if you haven’t already done so.
 September 19, 2014 at 9:15am
As terrible it is that a pet dog was killed, it would have been a shame to see that beautiful snake killed. I’ve never seen a blindfold used to keep a snake calm but at least those kids will grow up with an appreciation for another one of God’s stunning and elegant creations.
 September 17, 2014 at 7:36pm
Sweet story! I hope Simba continues to get better – he’s definitely meant to be here =).
September 17, 2014 at 7:31pm
Well done, Malcolm! I hope others who struggle with reading comprehension or reading altogether will see your story and realize that it is possible to get better at it.
September 13, 2014 at 7:39pm
Wow – took me back to watching Good Day NY and the day starting so simply getting ready to go to class later in the morning when I heard my mom saying one of the towers was on fire. Then they said it was a plane but weren’t sure if it was terrorism. While my mom was on the phone with my grandmother or my dad I watched the silhouette of the second plane quickly flying in and slamming into the other tower, realizing I just watched hundreds of people die. Wondering what else was going to happen that day and how was horrifying. Five days later at a little park in Greenpoint, Brooklyn near the old Domino Sugar Factory people were looking across the river toward Ground Zero as little children made a game out of finding candles people had left in the park – finding light in the darkness in a way. As we left 4 firefighters stopped by and we all applauded and thanked them, with one wearing a flag bandana giving my 5’2″ grandmother a big bear hug as she just went up to say hi and shake his hand.
It’s amazing how the world changed in just a couple of hours, and yet for a while people showed patriotism at its finest, even in the simplest ways at times. How sad that too many have forgotten what that day felt like and that more will never understand. I hope it doesn’t take another 9/11-type attack or worse to appreciate the freedoms we have (or should have).
 August 29, 2014 at 1:35am
Agreed – sometimes the seemingly littlest things make the biggest differences.
 August 29, 2014 at 1:34am
Wow – you must have seen some characters. Some folks just have nothing better to do but to incite anger and crave attention just because they can’t find their own happiness. I remember feeling perfectly safe at that event, seeing good people all around, and seeing the area amazingly clean the next day.
 August 29, 2014 at 1:24am
Indeed, ThomasUSA!!! My family and I went down for the weekend and we were sorry to see it end. It was a truly beautiful and happy day. Glenn and company have and continue to do good things.
 August 29, 2014 at 1:17am
I can’t believe it’s already been 4 years but remember most of that weekend like it was yesterday. My family and I drove down from NYC Friday evening not quite realizing just how big this event was going to be. It was amazing to walk from our hotel in Arlington to the Lincoln Memorial and gradually watch the number of people increase from just a few joggers here, to many more people on the bridge, and then ultimately the (I’d say) 400,000 – 500,000 people at the event. No political wars, no depressing thoughts there – just uplifting speeches and thoughts and good people looking for something positive to look forward to. The Smithsonian was quite busy later in the day, but then by the evening it was as if everyone had dispersed again except for people walking to catch buses back home.
Before coming home we stopped by the Lincoln Memorial again, which was quite busy, and were amazed at how clean the area was, with garbage bags piled up near garbage cans instead of just being thrown around.
Looking forward to the next event like this!
 August 27, 2014 at 11:12pm
Now that is a piece of filth – lock her up and keep her away from civilization.