Archive for February, 2008


WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THIS???

IS THIS UNREAL OR WHAT?? WHAT DO YOU THINK??**CLICK TITLE TO VIEW THE VIDEO**Cop has to pay $18,000 for arresting firefighter trying to help an accident victim02-14-2008 HazelwoodA police officer in Hazelwood will have to pay $18,000 dollars for getting into it with a firefighter while he was trying to help an accident victim.His attorney says he’s disappointed and that his client’s conduct was not malicious in any way. Police dash cam video shows the Hazelwood police officer arresting a fire captain while he’s trying to move an injured driver. It happened on Interstate 270 back in May of 2003. Officer Todd Greeves wanted a …Read more […..]

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Wolves at the Door/Thank You Sheepdogs

This letter was written by Charles Grennel and his comrades, veterans of the Global War on Terror. Grennel is an Army Reservist who spent two years in Iraq and was a principal in putting together the first Iraq elections in January 2005. It was written to Jill Edwards, student at the University of Washington , who did not want to honor Medal of Honor winner USMC Colonel Greg Boyington. Ms. Edwards and other students and faculty do not think those who serve in the U.S. Armed Services are good role models.To: Jill Edwards, Student, University of WashingtonSubject: Sheep, Wolves and SheepdogsMiss Edwards, I read of your student …Read more […..]

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Ready, Go! Hello, Bye! Dancing Queen, Write to Blog?

Melissa is out of town and Emma finally went to sleep. A looooong day indeed! Am I the only spouse who absolutely hates when the other spouse goes out of town for work??Emma likes to say, “Ready….go!” Nonnie taught her this and it is very cute!She also likes to pick up her play telephone and say, “Hello” and when I repeat it she then says, “Bye” and hangs up. Too funny!!Her dancing is getting faster now. She spins round and round and round at an even faster pace. I can’t keep up with her for very long as I get dizzy. Nonnie can’t either. LOL. Emma likes to pose like a Ballerina now. She stands with one hand on a chair then …Read more […..]

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When the smoke clears II: More legal tips for after your shooting

Part 2 of a 2-part series When the smoke clears II: More legal tips for after your shooting Sponsored by: 10-8: Life on the Linewith Charles Remsberg In Part 1 of this series, we tapped the experience of John Hoag, a prominent law enforcement union attorney who has represented more than 40 officers in deadly force situations, for advice on legal “first aid” you should tend to after a shooting, to protect your best interests. Part 2 continues with his guidance: CLICK POST TITLE TO SEE ENTIRE ARTICLE

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Ths is why I am so "paranoid" about daycare

Click the Title to view Video Clips–Sickening…Or go here: http://wral.com/news/local/story/2465417/ Cary, N.C. — After her twin sons, Gavin and Bryce, were born three months premature, it was difficult for Lindsay Addison to go back to work in January.Having spent months in intensive care, the boys still were not healthy enough to go to day care with their older brother, so Addison posted an ad online for a nanny. After interviewing six candidates, she hired someone she thought she could trust – a nanny who is a mother herself, had a background in child care and had a “glowing recommendation” from someone who had …Read more […..]

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Nice Showing of Unity in Wauconda,IL.

Wauconda cop finds strength in co-workers after amputationBy Ruth Fuller | Special to the Tribune February 22, 2008 Article toolsE-mail Share Digg Del.icio.us Facebook Fark Google Newsvine Reddit Yahoo Print Reprints Post comment Text size: Compared with the decision that faced Wauconda Police Officer Eric Schultz — whether to have his foot amputated to fight cancer — the one facing his co-workers was simple.Twenty-two Wauconda police officers are among 39 men — including Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran and Wauconda Police Chief Tony Jacobson, Deputy Chief Patrick Yost and Mayor Salvatore Saccomanno — who pledged to shave …Read more […..]

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I Can Open Doors! Having fun with Nonnie!

The little cutie pie can open doors now. The baby monitor no longer warns me that she is stirring as she sometimes gets up in stealth mode. I barely hear anything until I hear her at the top of the stairs–Thank goodness for the gates– yelling “Daddy.”Yesterday morning I woke up and opened my eyes to see her bedroom door opening up. I pretended to still be sleeping when she looked at me, yelled “Dada” and ran to my bedside to wake me up. So cute!!!She likes to show off her new ability to open doors. She will close it so she can re-open it. So proud she is. I am buying a hook latch for our basement door because she loves going …Read more […..]

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