everybodychill's comment history

everybodychill said...

Thanks Charles. It will be interesting to see what happens. It was certainly brave of you to have contacted, I assume, the Federal authorities to report this school board member and their attempts at deception and entrapment. Such behavior is certainly well beyond the realm of an elected official such as a school board member to attempt.

December 6, 2011 at 4:34 p.m.
everybodychill said...

Could you elaborate on what you mean when you say "I have what I need to win now"? What comprises winning and what end does it serve?

December 6, 2011 at 4:18 p.m.
everybodychill said...

Cult? What do you mean? Doesn't everyone have a shrine in their home for their school principal? We still have ours for Don Bishop, peace be upon him.

So, the composite I am reading here is that you think parents of NP kids are tea drinking elitist mobsters, some of whom belong to either the smoke and mirrors brigade or the wine and cheese crowd. They worship Jill Levine, peace be upon her, and belong to her Cult of Followers that consumes 'the' Kool-Aid upon her request. They are only capable of reciting her ideas, or lies, and abhor facts. Finally, they all drive chic cars that clog North Chattanooga on weekday mornings. Did I leave anything out? Dude, I am totally going to check this freak show out for myself!!!

I am sure we could all raise the level of discourse here a bit, no?

Stay classy Chattanooga.

November 18, 2011 at 4:09 p.m.
everybodychill said...

Before the wheels come completely off this thread.... Some folks worked hard to bring NPMM to attention and to scrutinize it, so don't complain if that attention outlasts your own. Sockpuppet - you're wrong, I think if you looked closely at all of Rosebud's posts next to those of Charles Bikas you would see language and thematic patterns. TFP- The headline is misleading as this was a School Board meeting and not a NPMM board meeting, just sayin' and Rosebud, indeed it was voted to "clean up' the lottery, but I would argue that the 'lottery' for CSAS and CSLA far exceeded others in its need for an overhaul. These are all human endeavors and we humans are quick to find ways to game whatever system we come across, it is how we survived long enough to be sitting here drinking coffee and contributing to absurd discussions over minutia.

November 18, 2011 at 9:05 a.m.
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