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zedster1 said...

This is awesome, but unfortunate for the police force. they have enough challenges trying to do their job with out good equipment and proper support, and don't need to be harassed by a dog. I am sure the officer just wanted to put the dog down. If that was my car, I would have.

March 25, 2010 at 11:55 p.m.
zedster1 said...

I not so tired of the snow as I am of closed schools and long commutes because we cannot remove the snow faster than it falls.

February 15, 2010 at 7:07 a.m.
zedster1 said...

I am happy about this, but that is do to my own personal situation. I pulled my kids out of public school and sent them to private, because 1) the teachers ran it, 2) we (the parents) were doing much of the critical teaching. I am not saying that we are not willing to do our part, but when we are teaching multiplication and the teacher's bonus question on the math test was the UT score? Come on! This might be one school, but I have talked to active principals who have teachers who are not effective. Now they have cause to engage them or get them out.

January 19, 2010 at 6:35 a.m.
zedster1 said...

Thanks Humphrey. way to be a embassador for our city. No, this does not happen every day. Although this is sad to see, this single incident. This points back to the parents knowing what their children are into and who they are seeing. I'm not saying that parents can stop all bad situations, but I'm sure teachers or the child's friends could have helped stop this situation. I came from a city near Detroit and the items that made the headlines there were more for horror movies than just news. Episodes on "Cops".

Some of the main reasons I moved here was how safe and what a great a family environment Chattanooga truly is.

January 5, 2010 at 9:10 p.m.

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