Chief Dodd, I have not seen the video. You know that. When approached by TFP, your office would not comment on the case. But I would welcome any interview about this and other things.
I have a copy of the police report Officer Jetton filed.
The alcohol screens were negative. Yet Mr. Molina was arrested for driving under the influence.
So by tox results, do you mean illegal substances? If so, why has it taken the state since last summer to produce results from such a simple test?
And Mr. Molina was in court four times, and at no point did any officer appear to testify. (The judge dismissed his case).
And: do you deny what Mr. Molina said?
Mr. Orr, would you say that the American foreign policy - specifically the military budget and bin Laden hunt - are all Christian endeavors?
Daytonsdarwin, are you saying that any religion or myth is wrong and detrimental? Or just the fanatical version? I would argue with you for the latter, but not the former.
As the Dowager might say: I am most honored, elk11060.
One thing I kept out of the column: reports that 90 percent of oil and gas industry contributions go to Republicans.
JonRoss, sounds like your son is a good man. Happy, I hope. That's what this column was about, not redistribution or Obamism. Give him my best. You must take some of the credit.
Rickaroo - I kept it at five, but if I had room for 10, most of your suggestions would be there. Along with The Outsiders and Lord of the Flies. Would love to read more of your suggestions....
And LaughingBoy, while I'm sure I could find out the GPS reading list (it's probably online, which means you could too), you need to know something: I dont teach there.
Thanks for asking. The Gig means Chattanooga has a one gigabit Internet speed, the fastest in the west. Part of the fiber optics and Smart Grid laid down by EPB, the Gig - so many of us hope - will draw attention, businesses and moving-here-people to Chattanooga. The Gig Tank was an attempt to combine innovations and ideas with investors. People came from near and far- one leader with Mozilla - who I tried to get an interview with but failed - was apparently here from San Fran. Everybody was watching to see what could come from this, and while there is a scratch-your-head lack of clarity, most realize we are on the edge of creating the future through super-fast Internet speed.
Pretty exciting. It's been covered - the Gig - by plenty of major news, but can't say the same about the Gig Tank.
Your thoughts? And any future column ideas you might suggest?