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chaselock said...

The U.S. military presence in Iraq stands at just under 40,000. All U.S. troops are to exit the country in accordance with a deal struck between the countries in 2008 when George W. Bush was president.

Just like obama to take credit for something he didnt even do.

October 21, 2011 at 2:46 p.m.
chaselock said...

I completely agree with this user, I am a student at UTC and I do not buy a praking pass because it is so ridiculous! You cannot find a parking spot anywhere!! Also I know many of my friends were forced to live in the chattanoogan Hotel and all had unplessant experiences with the staff and UTC housing. I think it is ignorant to require all Freshman to live on campus if you do not have enough room for all incoming freshman. I hope that they find a better solution, but I am just thankful that I am not caught up in this mess!

July 19, 2010 at 2:07 p.m.
chaselock said...

Ok Mercy_70 If you think thats energy drinks are a drug...that could harm children...you are clearly mistaken!! This can be no worse than a coke, full Throttle or ICEE! If you do not want your children drinking this, then dont let them! Think about every energy drink out there that your poor children are exsposed to....I personally can name 100, but for making a point, I will keep the list short. 5 hour energy, 6 hour power, Red bull, full throttle, amp, Nos, Blue Balls...the list goes on and on. In every single one of these drinks the following ingrediants are used: taurine, guarana, green tea extract, caffeine and sugar...oh wow, the SAME ingrediants as a Krystal Blitz!! You my friend must be crazy to suggest something wrong could happen such as a food allergy mishap. I am allergic to ALL NUTS and have been my entire life, I know what I can eat and what I can't. Lets say that Little Debbie didnt test they peanut butter fudge brownie...Hey guess what..I still know that I cant eat it even thought they didnt test it beacuase I know what is in it by the name. If you can't have one energy drink, then my money is that you won't be able to try this one! If you are worried about your kids being exposed to a energy drinks then you need to never let your kids be exposed to civilization...maybe then you can "protect" them from this. And as far as vegetarian meals at McDonalds....no Mercy_70 you GET REAL!!! And for the self-esteem breakdown...whos fault is that?!? If a kid eats too much food at McDonalds and sits around playing video games all day, and as a result puts on too much weight...thats no ones fault but the parents. If you would like to cook a vegetarian meal at home for your kids...great! But don't Blame a fast food corporation for your kids well being...its no ones fault but your own!! Thanks, Chase

July 22, 2009 at 12:49 p.m.
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