ahughe03's comment history

ahughe03 said...

The truth is I do know the Gann family very well. I no longer live in TN, but when I did He was my pastor. He also helped take care of my family. He gave to me when he could not give anything himself. They are selfless. I can not speak for any minister but the ones I truely know. I have known them for many years now. I know this family and all they do is live to give to others. That is why I was so upset to read everyone's comments because if you truely knew them you would really see Christ in their life. I did speak with them and I will honor their wishes and not mention what they told me, but the story printed is not the whole story. The boy was 16 when this happened. Forgive my first post BH. I was angry that you had spoken ill of my friends. If you knew them you would stand up for them too. If you don't believe me then find them yourselves. I'm sure all your hearts will change if you met with them.

October 22, 2010 at 6:11 p.m.
ahughe03 said...

BH, how do you know the kid goes to Bradley High? Couldn't he go to any of the other two high schools? Do you personally know them and thats how you know they are disgusting or are you like this reporter who "adds" stuff as he goes? I'm just wondering what gives you right to say such things.

October 21, 2010 at 8:12 p.m.
ahughe03 said...

No one here knows the Gann family and I am really disgusted about how many of you are so judgemental. But when you ask for sauce do you really think you should read the label after you have ate there many times before and asked for hot sauce in the past. The fact is the reporter who wrote this is an idiot because he obviously did not get the whole story and the waiter who gave the sauce to the boy is a bigger one. This is not like the 'hot coffee' incident the boy had to go to the emergency room. Besides how much did this reporter make up and how much is truth.

October 21, 2010 at 8:05 p.m.

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