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Open Free for All / Re: Name that Abuser/Director
« on: March 18, 2010, 12:00:57 AM »

Open Free for All / Clang Clang it's Supper Time.....
« on: March 17, 2010, 10:45:29 PM » ... 2a58cb258d

AP Live octopus? Goat kidneys? It's what's for dinner at a growing number of food adventure clubs. What's the most adventurous thing you've eaten?
Live octopus? Goat kidneys? It's what's for dinner
NEW YORK (AP) — Ben Raisher watches as the writhing Octopus on his plate has its tentacles clipped with giant shears, then squirms in amber sesame oil like a pile of bisected earthworms.

For all my friends for giving you such a hard time this past 2 weeks, enjoy. Fat boy and Jr you should be used to this. Waterboy you'll need lots of water to keep this down so make sure you get your buddy pile of shit to keep bringing it. Matty!!!!!! supper time call Banny and Harry.
Maybe we can call this the last supper, where is Mary Magdelin (Anne Bonnie) come now!!!!
Moderators, Administrators and floggerators come come and bring all. Enjoy!!!!!!!
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Open Free for All / Need a Job....
« on: March 17, 2010, 10:28:58 PM »
National Youth Rights Association Ever dream of making money working for youth rights? Well NYRA is hiring! We are looking for an outgoing person to be our new Outreach Director. More details here: ... gnation=en - Outreach Director
No requirement Location: washington, District of Columbia, 20005, United States Posted by: National Youth Rights Association
7 hours ago · Comment · LikeUnlike · Share

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Here is a job for you folks that like to hang around fornits all day a post. Do something productive for once. There is a good cause here for someone ambitious enough and hey you would get to live in D.C. next to you know who.

Open Free for All / FFS....SSSHHH....Danny's involvement....
« on: March 16, 2010, 05:04:31 PM » ... are-story/

Family Foundation School works if you work it.
Surprise Speakers Share Story — The Family Foundation School Times
The bleachers were filled with Family Foundation School students for the usual Sunday night meeting. Alex D. and his daughter Maria surprised both staff and students as the guest speakers for the night. ...
Yesterday at 9:
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 The Family Foundation School Truth Campaign
Alumni: Would you get involved in a lawsuit against the Family Foundation School?
This is the Official page of The Family Foundation School TRUTH Campaign

This is the Official page of The Family Foundation School TRUTH Campaign

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Now isn't this horrible that I have these two sites on my facebook site. I have been busted what are you guys going to do to me. NO NO NO not that Ursus...please NO. Ursus won't hit the ball back. OK
 Why?????? I enjoy most good Americans you paranoid

Open Free for All / Anybody looking for Medication...
« on: March 16, 2010, 04:42:21 PM » ... b0a98158cd

AP "A sophisticated, well-planned criminal action." That's how Edward Sagebiel of drugmaker Eli Lilly described a brazen heist at a company warehouse in Connecticut where Prozac and other drugs valued at $70 million were taken. In the midst of a nor'easter, thieves cut through the roof, rappelled inside, then loaded at le...ast a tractor-trailer-load of pallets of drugs into a waiting vehicle, police said.See More
$70M in prescription drugs stolen in Conn. heist
 "badda bing badda boom"
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Open Free for All / Discipline policy for 2nd graders...
« on: March 13, 2010, 04:15:51 PM »
Discipline policy stirs concern in Sulphur
Sulphur school’s punishment policy allowed peers to name ‘bad kids’
BY MICHAEL BAKER | Oklahoman     2 Comments Published: March 13, 2010

SULPHUR — Second-grade students were told to put the names of misbehaving classmates into a bucket. If a child’s name appeared 10 times or more, the child was kept from recess and placed in a roped-off area.

AdvertisementSchool district officials ended the disciplinary practice after parents of students at Sulphur Elementary School complained the tactic turned discipline into a popularity contest and unfairly labeled children as "bad kids.”

"I don’t really know what the school was thinking doing that,” said Amanda Jones, the mother of an 8-year-old girl. "The whole situation is ridiculous.”

The number of times a name appeared was not the only criteria used to determine who would sit out at recess, Sulphur School District Superintendent Paula Crawford said. Observations by the principal and teachers were also used, she said.

"It was just a one-time strategy that was used,” Crawford said. "It’s not going to be used again.”

The discipline strategy was discussed at the school board meeting Monday in this city of about 4,800 in southern Oklahoma. About 425 students attend Sulphur Elementary, a pre-kindergarten through second-grade school.

Jones said her daughter was the only girl to be punished. The children removed from recess had to sit on concrete in a separate area.

Missy Vandever, the mother of an 8-year-old girl in second grade, didn’t like how the method singled out children.

"They’re allowing kids that don’t even need to be in trouble, they’re allowing them to be put out for all to see,” she said.

Elementary Principal Cathryn Harmon said the school tried a different type of punishment in February but wouldn’t elaborate.

"We did try a few things the parents got upset about,” Harmon said. "They don’t have all the facts, but that’s fine.”

Crawford said after hearing the parents’ complaints, she discussed the matter with school board members.

She then put an end to the practice and spoke to several concerned parents.

"I have visited with a number of those parents, and they have been very positive visits,” she said.

"They have indicated that they feel secure that I have taken care of the situation.”

Harmon said the school will "absolutely not” try the same type of punishment again.

"The only thing I’d really like to say is that no one enjoys punishing children, ever,” Harmon said. "We just prefer it when kids make good choices.”

Read more: ... z0i5qq985U
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What happens when you don't like someone????

Open Free for All / Taking care of the Troops.....
« on: March 12, 2010, 04:37:40 PM »
What a Guy!!! President Obama has proposed a 1.4% pay increase for active duty military in 2011. This is THE LOWEST SINCE 1973! Nice to know that during a time of rampant inflation, while war is fought in 2 theatres, our men and women in uniform get A LOWER PAY INCREASE THAN WELFARE RECIPIENTS!!! Please repost if you support our troops! God Speed!
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Open Free for All / Che for you......
« on: March 12, 2010, 11:35:45 AM »
benjamin linus. secret agent man
spy video)could really ben linus be a spy?)music: johnny rivers - secret agent man
I bet you are better, thought you would like it.

Open Free for All / No Prom ..This is sad!!!
« on: March 11, 2010, 10:58:24 PM » ... 3bf1f5fee1

AP "My daddy told me that I needed to show them that I'm still proud of who I am," says Constance McMillan, a lesbian student from Mississippi, a day after her school district canceled her senior prom rather than allow her to escort her girlfriend and wear a tuxedo. What your take on the school's decision?
Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap
An 18-year-old Mississippi lesbian student whose school district canceled her senior prom rather than allow her to escort her girlfriend and wear a tuxedo said she got some unfriendly looks from classmates when she reluctantly returned to campus Thursday.

Open Free for All / Addiction interesting
« on: March 11, 2010, 04:44:00 PM »

Open Free for All / Mom and Dad stop stifling Me!!!!!
« on: March 11, 2010, 04:31:39 PM »
National Youth Rights Association This is fascinating. Totally undercuts all the science about teen brains and overprotective parenting. ... brain.html
Mom and dad, stop stifling me – it's damaging my brain - health - 11 March 2010 - New Scientist
Overprotective parents don't just limit their children's freedom – they may also slow brain growth in an area linked to mental illness.

The Troubled Teen Industry / CAFETY...
« on: March 11, 2010, 04:25:01 PM »
Community Alliance for the Ethical Treatment of Youth (CAFETY) New Parent Testimonials from FFS Truth Campaign ... ml#Marlena
Parent Testimonials - The Family Foundation School TRUTH Campaign
We have obtained parent testimonials from the abuse, manipulations, and lies at The Family Foundation School in Hancock, NY. They have a more than thirty year history of abusing youth in their care.

Open Free for All / Plastic Surgury products you can buy @ Home Depot
« on: March 11, 2010, 03:20:39 PM »
Butt Implant Scandal: Caulk Injected Into Six Women's Butts In Plastic Surgery Horror
NEWARK, N.J. (Associated Press) -- Six women in New Jersey are recovering after they received buttocks-enhancement injections containing silicone used to caulk bathtubs.

This is sad......

Open Free for All / Ginger,Ursus, Matt,Felice,Anne......AA
« on: March 10, 2010, 03:27:37 PM »

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