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19 April 2012
at 1:55 p.m.
Not really sure where you came from, but I believe that we in Craig understand a whole lot more than you think Buff_bronc_fan. Just wondering how you are liking all this new “CHANGE” we have seen for the last 4 years?
21 November 2008
at 2:18 p.m.
Remember folks “Guns don't kill people, people kill people”? It doesn't matter how you state “Gun Control” it means just that. The people that have guns for the common things like living day to day or for recreation are the ones that are going to lose. Criminals will get guns anyway they can, because that's what they do, the upstanding citizens are the ones that are not going to get them anymore. So I believe that anyone who voted for Obama did in fact vote for gun control if they were an informed voter.
22 October 2008
at 9:33 a.m.
Okay folks lets call a truce? Ms. Snyder you did NOT in fact see the whole episode that occurred at the homecoming game, you were sitting below and to the left of the student cheering section. You only chose to get involved when the bottle of soda was thrown in your direction? When 2 different gentlemen asked that the students sit so they could see the game, one of which wasn't even with the group you are calling rude. These people attend one game a year and that was the homecoming game. I find it rather enlightening that a school board member condone those actions of these kids. No one was arguing the point that “ONE” adult, (how did you put that? “I use that term loosely”), was acting like a child, but that gives these kids no reason to say the things that they did to the adults that were trying to control the situation. Mr. Thom Schnellinger (MCHS Principal) was also there to experience the behaviors of these kids, and if he gets spoke to the way they were speaking to him at the game, I wonder what it's like at school. Again I reinforce my comment that “Respect is EARNED, not just given because of who you are”. Do not attack one person on the basis that she was sitting in the vicinity of the situation, guilty by association does not work here. And if you don't know how it got started, “nose out”. And I find it rather silly that all these adults are acting the way they are when they don't know the whole situation? Kerry's whole point in this was the way the kids have no respect for adults anymore, enough said?
21 October 2008
at 7:08 a.m.
Your right it is a football game and I came to see my son play football. It was a pretty important game and that is exactly why I was there to see the game. And I don't really care if it was kids or adults standing up, I would have asked them to “please sit down” so I could watch the game. Homecoming is not just for the kids, those kids have parents and that's what it's about, the community. When I was in school we had or own student section and it didn't matter who you where if an adult was there you were courteous to them. And no I don't have perfect kids, but that's not the subject, it's about being respectful and that's something that they are. Something you have obviously not been taught either?
20 October 2008
at 8:55 a.m.
First, I'm the PROUD mom of a Football player. And second I'm very proud of Kerry Alonso for making it known that these kids act the way they do. And for John Mann, it's a sad state of affairs that you not only condone this kind of behavior from these kids, but that you automatically associate the behaviors of some people with everyone that was sitting close by. I was sitting there, and just because one person made a bad decision to do something stupid, doesn't mean that everyone sitting there was guilty by association?
I don't care how you where raised or otherwise, kids DO NOT need to talk to any adult they way these kids were talking? I was at the game on Friday and they did in fact have a seating arrangement for the kids, which was great. But, these kids never stood, never even yelled for the Football Team. Great, so why even be there, I don't think it was Kerry's intention to stifle these kids all together, she was merely trying to make a point that when asked to sit down so the people behind them could see the game, (because gosh, they actually came to the game to watch it), that they actually have a little respect for the older gentlemen and do it instead they had to tell him to F-off. Come on we as adults know that kids will be kids, so let them be kids, but do we have to let them be mean and rude too? Good job Kerry!!!!!
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