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t4change said...

Dao, Thanks for the pointers. I hope you feel better about yourself now that you think you've helped someone. If you really want to help someone in need instead of blindly preaching to the internet, volunteer at a local public school and help educate the children of whom you speak so fondly. The school I teach at gladly accepts volunteer tutors and mentors. Most public schools in Chattanooga are in great need of educated folks like yourself to help end the cycle of poverty that is prevalent in our city. I'm sure the students would love to hear your suggestions and put them into practice. You could even start a fishing club! I hear the catfish in the TN River are quite tasty. Thank you for all of your help and wisdom.

P.S. If you would like for your tax dollars to be withheld from the county's education budget (aka my salary), please contact George Ricks Sr. at the Hamilton County Department of Education.

June 21, 2011 at 1:57 p.m.
t4change said...

Yes dao1980 I do "live on [your] tax dollar" if you want to get technical about it. I suppose if you want your tax dollars to be omitted from salaries then you should stop using police officers, the fire department, and teachers. We sure do love living the good life off of your taxes. The work is easy and the pay is great! Keep paying those taxes buddy!

June 21, 2011 at 12:55 p.m.
t4change said...

Open your eyes. If it makes you feel better then go ahead and degrade people you've never met.

"...This guy pictured lives in government housing and has five? What's wrong with that picture?"

I know this man. He is by far the most responsible and hard working person I've ever met. You don't know his story nor do you know the children he takes care of or how they came to be his. Think before you judge patriot1. Mindless degradation perpetuates ignorance.

June 21, 2011 at 12:37 p.m.
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