And she may have had issues as he did. But no she didn't deserve to die.[quote][b]pumpkie[/b] -
With a story as tragic as that, they are probably banking on our abilty to be humane and kind to the victims and their families. Can't imagine why a person would marry someone with a record like that, but regardless, she sure didn't deserve what she got. [/quote]
If you speak out about being gay you are called a homophobe. If you speak out against the not who assaulted the other boy then you are scolded! Are you people ever happy!?
Let me say this another way.....
Strangers in the night exchanging rubbers.[quote][b]Ben-Shockley[/b] - But I thought homosexuality was suppose to be a beautiful thing? I don't see the problem! Looks like another non-conformist making trouble for the cause!
Apparently no one. It was supposed to be the room that no one entered.[quote][b]grove600[/b] - Most of the doors I've seen have signs that say "Employees Only". Yet there's one I must have missed that says "Employees are Prohibited".
Really? If employees aren't allowed in that room, who is? [/quote]
Strangers in the night exchanging glances-Frank Sinatraposted @ Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 06:11
And the plus ers like me![quote][b]dakiwi13[/b] - i'm w/thx1138. there's too much that doesn't add up about the whole boston bombing....here come the haters
And in a few weeks he will return to the friendly folks of Athens.[quote][b]retiredandhappy[/b] - A oneway ticket to Tennessee would solve the problem for a while
That was most likely the stupid expression he had on his face when he was caught.[quote][b]YoMang[/b] - @webbty80: ?...
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What about the German gangs?posted @ Monday, May 20, 2013 - 22:25
Oconee is becoming a rough place.posted @ Monday, May 20, 2013 - 19:58
Exactly.[quote][b]Oh-brother[/b] - As we really don't know what went on with this tortured soul, your rush to judgment may be a bit premature. There is usually more to the story than is reported, as I'm sure there is here.
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A jewel of a road.
Torahs need to be put out as well as bibles.posted @ Saturday, May 18, 2013 - 16:02
Cool!posted @ Saturday, May 18, 2013 - 13:02
No he called in sick that day![quote][b]hack[/b] - Hmmm I wonder if he missed work ???
Probably still on extended unemployment benefits [/quote]
2 sets. One to keep in the cabinet under the sink. The other are part of you. Well at least until you lose them then you'll have the extra set just in case.[quote][b]bobbidiboo[/b] -
How many are in a set?
I say to him cry me a river![quote][b]gman129[/b] - One of the thugs appears to be crying, probably because he was caught.
That is true! Remember the truth hurts![quote][b]Athens_Rottweiler[/b] - Dont metion his skin color or the fact that over 70% of gun crimes are committed by people of a certain skin color and mentality. ABH will remove your comment for no reason.
Yeah ass kicking.[quote][b]Hawaii Five O[/b] - SCUMBAG who needs to have his a** kicked good.
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