dendod's comment history

dendod said...

These punks who bully as children later cause society a lot of problems. As Barney said, "Nip it in the bud". If the school board and the principles and teachers don't have the backbone to stop the bullying then the parents should demand they step down from their jobs and let people who can keep the children safe and the environment one where children can concentrate on learning take over. Enough is enough. I thought when we got rid of Dr. "Can't teach a dog to fetch a stick" Scales and Tommy "Smoke and mirrors" Krantz we would have some positive changes in our school system. Maybe I was wrong. Maybe some parents should take a day or two off from shopping and walk a protest line in front of the schools that can't keep the children safe. Stand up...Speak out....Make a difference. You owe it to the children.

November 27, 2011 at 8:20 a.m.
dendod said...


Mental Health Alert for Chattanooga Tennessee Please be advised that there is a mental disorder effecting our city. OCCD Obsessive Compulsive Consolidation Disorder This disorder strikes 1 in 6 Mayors

Symptoms include: Mixes green peas with mashed potatoes

Always chooses Neapolitan ice cream

Hangs pants and shirts on the same hanger

Eats with a spork even when spoons and forks are available

Buys peanut butter and jelly premixed

This illness can cause the affected Mayor to:

Become obsessed with METRO Government

Take away police take home cars Purpose outlandish TAX HIKES

Deny the city has a GANG PROBLEM

Wish the homeless people would just “GO AWAY”

There’s a rumor that the Mayor has asked VW to build an Amphibious vehicle in Chattanooga.

He believes car/boat combinations will help the Riverfront

September 23, 2011 at 8:22 a.m.
dendod said...

I protested in front of the Hamilton County Board of Education 2 years ago, and in front of Juvenile Court 2 years ago. Both times it was because Dr. "Can't teach a dog to fetch a stick" Scales and his sidekick, Tommy "Smoke and mirrors" Krantz were abusing mentally ill children in their schools. Scales and Krantz both allowed the Hamilton County Board of Education to basically "wipe their rearends with the American's with Disabilities Act". They held secret meetings and had children removed from homes and placed in foster care rather than give them what the Act said they were due. GOOD RIDDANCE.....Scales is a pathetic WHINER.....Maybe he can go find "Smoke and mirrors" Krantz and drink their sorrows away.

Happy Independence Day....We're free from those 2 failures......

Zackery Deal vs. the Hamilton County Board of Education cost this county over a million dollars because they wouldn't give that autistic child what he was due. We could really use that $1,000,000 now.

July 3, 2011 at 2:43 p.m.
dendod said...

The reason they can't get hold of mayor Littlefield is because he's over at Club Elite getting his foot scratched by special interest. He cares nothing about the majority of the citizens in Chattanooga. He loves scrap iron art and has a waterfront fetish. It shows by the smirk on his face every time his picture is in the paper. Way to got on the billboard.

March 23, 2011 at 8:53 a.m.
dendod said...

Littlefield leaves out important parts of agreements when he make his "statements" on issues. I don't trust the man. Ask him about his plan to end homelessness by the year 2099. Erlanger will be fine without the 3 million. They can pencil whip the government for a few million any time they need to. Until they take a more proactive stand on helping address the needs of the mentally ill during times of crisis, I have no use for them.

March 5, 2011 at 7:20 a.m.
dendod said...

Now that's something to celebrate. I've recommended that Tommy "Smoke and Mirrors" Krantz leave the school system for almost 2 years. He's no good for Hamilton County. He helped Hamilton County wipe their rearends on the Americans with Disabilities Act. Children have suffered greatly here because of Krantz. Maybe he can take Dr. "Can't teach a dog to fetch a stick" Scales with him. Let there be rejoicing in Hamilton County. Declare a snow day or something. LOL. LOL. LOL.

February 25, 2011 at 6:15 a.m.
dendod said...

I find it humorous how we don't hear much from Dr. "Can't teach a dog to fetch a stick" Scales until a dollar is in question. He should spend more time addressing the issue of children with mental issues in the schools being denied what the Americans with Disabilities Act says they are due. He's going to end up with a lawsuit that will take his precious dollars as in Zachery Deal vs. Hamilton County Board of Education. That case cost Hamilton County Schools over $1,000,000. It also labeled the school system as liars and incompetents. I personally don't think the school system here has changed much at all since that case. Show Scales the road and save millions going forward.

February 22, 2011 at 5:53 a.m.
dendod said...

I think it's a shame that Littlefield in the past has spent so much of our money on piles of painted scrap iron. I thought myself to raise some cash I'd carefully pile some scrap lumber and title it "Flammable" and try to sell it to the mayor as art. people living under bridges, scrounging for food in dumpsters and he's buying art with our money. SHAME.

February 21, 2011 at 8 a.m.
dendod said...

Bob Moon doesn't believe PTSD is a real mental illness. How ignorant. Someone needs to educate him and explain that this is 2011 and STIGMA and ignorance concerning mental illness is so backward and 1960ish. To be such a progressive city and a beautiful city, we sure got a backwards and ugly judge on the bench. From now on he'll be known to me as Bob "Taco" Moon.

February 20, 2011 at 7:53 a.m.
dendod said...

Sounds like fantasy football. Or my dad can whoop your dad. The Democrats are left with idle dreams of what if. Step aside demos. The Republicans are in the house.

February 16, 2011 at 7:07 a.m.

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