Nice, Vince. Okay, there were a couple misplaced commas and hanging phrases but really a great piece.
US should call Brazil for a new agreement on these matters... in 2006 2 US Pilots killed 145 people and they are now running free in their living country. Any discussion should cover all history from the past years between both countries and also be good for both.
About those billions of aid from US... hopefully it's not meant to Brazil... Usually every aid given in here is an investment, at least in the past decades.
Bernie Rolen mentioned in a facebook post that she would be facing Dan's killers this week. Any update on that?
I have a question ...
Because this man divorced his first wife?
Because Claudia asks for help to relatives on the husband only want to be with friends, and it requires a lot of it?
This case is flawed research!
Seems clear that he is not the person that lovely friends account .. Where is the defense of this woman?
I know I speak facts and question is easy. Because he wanted to stay just a woman taking care of the children, his house, while he was with friends ..
What really happened to take her to shoot him?
I'd like to hear it so people who knew her
It's no longer professional news gathering, with an emphasis on the - oftentimes, quite boring - facts. It's pop culture......with an emphasis on being first with the sensationalism.
The worst part is, he's trying to suck the spirit from good people that just want to help out the community and be responsible and smart. Don't let this break your spirit, this scumbag will get what he deserves. Hopefully the next party thrown is one celebrating his conviction!
Playing that game roller coaster tycoon is a blast, because you get to live out the whole designing a roller coaster thing. But yeah, I would love to have this guy's job. All my coasters would probably bomb commercially, though, because they would be too awesome for people to handle!
It's an embarrassment to the community and the police that these girls were living in that house for that long and never successfully rescued until just now. Absolutely mind-blowing.
We got this same line after Anthony Sowell. "Oh we're so sorry. We will do a better job of looking for missing people. We will change. You'll see". May 6, 2013. Just like Anthony Sowell's house of horrors, this is essentially a missing person's case gone haywire. CPD is very lazy. They
CANNOT claim that they did everything to find these women, and all along they were right in the area. I am warning everybody that this will happen again because none of us is doing anything to improve the situation!
Derrick is a cheap , non paying hateful bastard ....and that is some of his good qualities
What this article is telling, 'is about a greedy narcistic person using other people's good nature to fulfill his greedy & sick dreams just like Bernie Maddoff that made millions of dollars with his ponsey scheme.' It is really sad how he wants to mislead people in his own community.
it's really freaking expensive to be a sports fan nowadays
i'll be glad when justice catches up with these murderers
the monsters that did this should never be allowed to breathe free air again
I can't even sleep. This case is crazy. Do we really ever know anyone?
This despicable sub-human cockroach should be thrown in the streets, onlookers given police batons and be allowed to slowly beat him to death, breaking all the little and big bones in his body before his skull is crushed. The death should be videotaped and put on u-tube for all pedophile child abusers to see.
Well, the article is a good read, all about baseball and the ridiculous TV contract fees that the consumers end up paying for. I used to be a really big sports fan until I realized saving up my money to support my local sports team is basically stupid. I'm all for supporting Cleveland, I try to support any local business or restaurant any chance I get, but I draw the line when I feel I am being gouged because the system is broken. If you're paying someone my yearly salary for them to throw a ball for one inning every now and then, something's wrong with this picture. And when that millionaire who makes all that money has the nerve to yell at me or "call me out" for not dropping what takes me 5 hours to earn so I can "support him" and watch him earn all that money, well, that tends to piss me off slightly. Athletes are not heroes, and they are far from even people that we should be looking up to. They reap the benefits of a broken system, one that has allowed them for too long to get whatever they want and collect more and more money. Yes, some of them do good, but they do no more good than the average person does when you consider the resources that they have at their disposal (and that they are contractually obligated to do some PR "good works"). You can raise my cable or whatever else costs you want, it will get to the point where I'm done with it, and I'll just walk. I now go to maybe 3 games per year (that's Cavs, Indians, Browns, Monsters combined) just because I disagree with the ridiculous amount of money being thrown around and how much cash I have to drop just to get in the door. See, I don't like it, so I choose not to waste my money on it.
It would have been nice if the entire story could have been posted here.
Another horrible reminder that the only road offered by drugs is one that ends tragically for people and their families. For the sake of all the victims, I hope they catch the cowards behind this. Regardless of circumstances, no one deserves to be executed like that, especially innocent people that were only in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Well, I was going to say that this article was somewhat informative for those of us that really don't know a whole lot about the history of Freemasons (and I say somewhat because I feel this dive into history really only dipped 1% below the surface), but the issues of accuracy give me pause. On one hand, it's great that attention can be brought to something that has been a part of Cleveland's history for so long; on the other hand, if the representation isn't accurate, what's the point of bringing it to everyone's attention?
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