I’m willing to bet that she is Dalit (Untouchable Caste) and so were most if not all of the protesters. Although India has officially renounced the Caste system, it is still very much in force. Almost no non-Dalit women are raped in India because the police would actually investigate and arrest the perps.
If she had not died in such a public way, nothing would have been said about it.
November 29, 2012 at 2:26pm
Whenever I want a lesson in in decorum, I always turn to an attention slut like this guy.
Perhaps they could cite the Americans with Disabilities Act, and argue that since President Obama does not know what he believes, and can’t actually think, he needs a teleprompter to tell him what to say.
October 6, 2012 at 4:21pm
It also makes me laugh that the law firm claimed that they wouldn’t have billed him if they had known he was dead. LOL Of course they would. Vultures don’t worry about little things like that!
October 5, 2012 at 6:01pm
ANY other religion, not just Christianity. If Muslims are the only group allowed to violently defend their beliefs, well, that is the very essence of Sharia.
I was thinking "Thank God, they found Obama's testicles!"
If you all are correct, then there are four point two five pair of congressional balls per inch. This explains why they do not appear to have any........
SO in a square inch we would have seventeen pairs...
All of the congressional House pairs ( giving females a pair as well) would fit in a space twenty six point six five square inches-- Oh less than three inches by nine.
You could crush them all with one...ONE foot , left or right don't matter.
September 14, 2012 at 5:30pm
You have been reading these comments for a while, haven’t you.
September 14, 2012 at 3:48pm
Wait, wait,wait! To the grumblers out there: HE built it, YOU watched the video, and HE’S the one wasting his time?
My kid loves knex , this still gives me a head ache
Agreed. You could hand a lot of the people on this board a pot of gold and they'd hand it right back -
"It's not in the bible!"
Or any one of a thousand other miserable excuses.
You have been reading these comments for a while, haven't you.
June 6, 2012 at 1:31am
Great post, Brickmoon.
I find it ironic that a humble plumbing fixture can so perfectly exemplify my opinion of the Press.
March 31, 2012 at 1:32am
Um, Guys… When is April Fools Day? Just asking.
February 12, 2012 at 1:56pm
Let me start by saying that I know the family personally. Her father is a friend of mine, and although I haven’t seen any of them in several years, we attended the same church.
The last time I saw Sydney, she was around 8 years old. She was impressively mature in her outlook, smart, clever, creative, focused and headstrong.
I seriously doubt that she is a slut (sorry, all you guys who were hoping otherwise). She wasn’t raised that way, and she would most likely view that behavior as a distracton.
And she may well have submitted those photos with no other motive than to make herself look sophisticated in the yearbook, but I guarantee this: She is not going to let this opportunity go to waste.
Did I mention that she is smart, clever, creative, and focused?
How would you know that she is smart clever, creative, and focused if you haven't seen her in ten years?The photos are not sophisticated and it is transparently obvious that she was attempting to generation a controversy to get her 15 minutes of fame.
Do you remember when people became famous for an ability they have? Becoming famous for being famous isn't good. It is especially bad for an 18 year old girl who has an overinflated sense of her intelligence and beauty.
So you knew her at 8 sorry but 10 years later makes a very different person.
I think someone that thinks she is above all around her is very selfish and a big distraction to boot it’s a yearbook you idiot not a glam magazine if they don’t like her photos they don’t halve to publish them end of story.
A yearbook is supposed to a snapshot of life on campus on the spot live photos in action not made up fantasy to please only those who feel they are important and should get noticed.
How do you not get this?
January 22, 2012 at 12:50pm
How about “Viragios” instead?
January 22, 2012 at 12:30pm
Hitler was an engineer before he became a dictator, and he designed the Wolkswagon Beetle (Wolkswagon = “People’s car”) as a means of inexpensive transportation for the general populace.
Obama stole GM from the people who invested in it by illegally denying them their share of the company, which he gave to the UAW instead.
That’s why Hitler and Obama are part of the discussion.
January 21, 2012 at 11:41am
Oh, come on, people! I can hear Shatner chuckling from here. This whole thing is the very essence of what is called a “Cliff-hanger” (in this case, quite liteerally).
Who doesn’t see the possibilities of an imbrobable rescue, an “It was all a dream” sequence, or some other hackneyed Hollywood trick. As a matter of fact, I’m laughing in appreciation right now.
that is a play off Star Trek Generations, remember Kirk was caught in the Ribbon
In the year 2293, recently retired Captain James T. Kirk, Montgomery Scott, and Pavel Chekov attend the maiden voyage of the Starship USS Enterprise-B. During the voyage, Enterprise is pressed into a rescue mission to save two refugee ships from a strange energy ribbon. Enterprise is able to save some of the refugees before their ships are destroyed and Enterprise becomes trapped in the ribbon itself. Kirk descends to the lower decks to alter the deflector shields, allowing Enterprise to escape. The ribbon makes contact with the ship's hull and causes major damage to the section Kirk is in; being exposed into space and he is presumed to be dead.
He lived long and prospered.
Surely we will find that he was beamed out of the deadly bus at the very last moment.
That's right. But please don't call me Shirley.
defiantly they will bring him back.
They can't kill him off ! The commecials were just getting endering for me.
Why didn't he just yell "Beam me up, Scottie!"?
He sux at delivering lines almost as bad as Beaver Cleaver.
Annoying at listening too.
But to be fair, he never changed just to please viewers like me.
He remains the same terrible actor from start to finish.
And Tower7 - you worry me...
Sorry for sounding so negative about all this.
I just never got into that genre.
I believe Star Trek was the very beginning of children that lived in the TV
instead of going outside, getting some fresh air and exercise, and an
overall well rounded sense of reality.
I was the right age, I was there, I just didn't get into it.
No one in my neighborhood did.
And Shatner is just plain goofy.
William Shatner? He's not a starship commander. Or T.J. Hooker. Or even ... American!
"I am Canadian"
Hey, TheBlaze censor! That's T.J. Hóoker ... not a hooker!
I remember when Star Trek was on first run. I wasn't allowed to watch it, being sent to bed at 7:00 when it came on. Mostly because I asked too many questions (big imagination), but sometime during the (what?) 5 year run, I got to watch it. Me and Captain Kirk saved many universes together. And I still was outside playing most of the time.
January 16, 2012 at 12:03pm
I agree, Popp40. This account is written from the viewpoint of a group of people, some of the national members of which have been known to fake harm, and to lie about events.
I want to hear a step by step report of what happened and when, and who said what and when.