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Colorado Woman Accused of Trying to Join ISIS
Wed Jul 2, 2014
In reply to: ldo #1 - Eh, let her go, but then don't let her back in the US. One less dummy.
Steubenville School Official Accused of Erasing Emails in Rape Case
Fri May 23, 2014
In reply to: CheshirexKitten #4.2 I'd be a lot more sympathetic if she weren't so drunk that she didn't even know it happened until she saw the reports of pics. She was not physically raped, rather, "penetrated" by fingers - per the news. Those drunken boys shouldn't have gotten off …
Tea Time's Over: GOP Old Guard Wins Big in Primaries
Tue May 20, 2014
In reply to: Zheng He #52 I agree, and they must stay because of enormous egos fed by being in the spotlight. Can't think of any other reason than their egos.
Great Unequalizer: Is Higher-Education Policy Making Inequality Worse?
Mon May 19, 2014
In reply to: joemike404 #5 Well said joemike, but since only about 30% of Americans get a 4 year degree - many go, few finish - your good reasoning is lost to many of your audience here (or so it would seem, reading comments). For those whining about "minorities", be careful what you wish for, …
Don't Call Me Grandma: Births to Older Moms on Rise
Fri May 9, 2014
In reply to: wryview #4.1 Agree, wry - I waited to 31 and 34 for my kids, and in the upscale neighborhood we were able to live in, it was the norm to have older moms - typically with a degree, and husbands in a good career. We had a house, cars paid for, and I could stay home with my kid …
My Son, the Sex Offender: One Mother's Mission to Fight the Law
Thu May 8, 2014
In reply to: kemetstry1 #27 I believe they call that exception the "Romeo and Juliet" situation, and consensual sex between teens is thereby negated - despite what the parents wish to charge. In CA, an 18 year old boy could be charged if the girlfriend is underage, if the parents wish to …
Bullied Students Sneak Thousands of Guns Into Schools
Sun May 4, 2014
In reply to: igby-782186 #7 Igby - kids should not have to resort to attacking their bully. This article was spot on, admin needs to step it up, and yes, "the code of silence" does need to be broken. In the 60s and 70s, kids/bullies would not go so far. Either they'd duke it out and …
Whoa! Bigger Riders Mean Bigger Horses Out West
Fri Apr 25, 2014
In reply to: dounoharm #5.1 Draft horses may be able to pull a heavy load, but NO horse should be expected to have a 399 pound human sit on their back. Ridiculous!
Fail: NYPD Photo Contest on Twitter Triggers Huge Backlash
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Awww, they could only find 2 pictures of the NYPD in action? I had to LOL though, at the twist, in the two photos posted in the article.
Mid-April Freeze to Chill Millions as Far South as Louisiana
Wed Apr 16, 2014
In reply to: Space Captain #2.2 Space - don't know about the butterflies, but news yesterday that China is trying to strengthen its anti-pollution laws gave me hope.
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