Thank you for following up on yesterday's report. Once the facts come to light, the story changes. To all of those slinging mud yesterday, I hope you like the taste today. Now we can all focus our attention on something positive.
OK folks, the secret's out of the bag. In the eighties and nineties it was steroids that gave the athletes an advantage. Now, it's beer!
From the acusations of recruiting, to the acusations of paying for transfer students and now "The Beer Scandal of 2010", only goes to show that some folks outside of Signal Mountain have proven that they're simply incapable of comprehending how a community can conceive an idea, establish a plan, exacute that plan to acheive superb results in a short amount of time. People, it can be done! Instead of making up things that make you feel better for doing nothing in your schools, get off the computer and get to work in your community. You're wasting your time and efforts trying to bring us down. Our focus is on our community and providing the best possible environment for our families. No matter how much mud you sling, we will not let it slow us down. I guess we're doing too well for the rest of the Chattanooga area. Hate the community if it makes you feel better about yourselves, but your time would be better spent getting involved in your own back yards.
Officially, these kids were on private property, not school grounds. How is this a school matter? I'm not condoning what the kids were doing, but let's shed a little perspective on the matter. If these kids are just students, not football players, this story wouldn't have been in the paper. How many of these stone throwing hypocrites have students in their communities skipping school & drinking right now? I guess it's shocking because these Signal Mountain kids (in spite of their night of drinking) attended class all week, made good grades and accomplished something other than high score on a playstation game. Please, mind your own business and let their parents handle this! As for Dr. McCullough, he should not have made any comment, this is not a school matter. And, he should not have thrown Coach Bill Price under the bus. Keep it in house Tom!