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Sports Forum / Georgia folded like a wet suit
« on: December 04, 2021, 07:59:10 PM »
I knew those sorry Georgia Bulldogs would lose. They got blew out.  :lmao:

Politics / Candace Owens on Tucker Carlson show
« on: December 01, 2021, 08:13:02 PM »
How could any self respecting black person follow Candace Owens

I guess he showed Biden who was boss :tiptoe:

Marcus Lamb, founder of Bedford-based evangelical television network Daystar and an outspoken opponent of COVID-19 vaccines, has died after being hospitalized with the virus, the network announced Tuesday. He was 64.

“It’s with a heavy heart we announce that Marcus Lamb, president and founder of Daystar Television Network, went home to be with the Lord this morning,” the network said in a tweet.

Joni, Lamb’s wife, confirmed the death during a Tuesday morning broadcast on the network.

Politics / /federal-government-wipes-out-2-billion-in-studen
« on: November 29, 2021, 07:29:39 PM »
This administration has a problem getting information out to the people. A lot is happening but they are not putting the message out.

I know many of you all don't do tictok, but over the last two weeks there was a thing made about Dr. King. The tictok video started by a young black lady was saying that Dr. King was a undercover CIA agent working with the FBI to get black people to support integration. It also stated he was leaving his wife for a white woman who was pregnant by him and that's why they killed him. The pregnant white woman was also a CIA agent. These young people were believing it and commenting talking about him like a dog and how they no longer will ever support him. Well eventually tic Tok took it down after it was reported to be false and folks started complaining. No way this is the smartest generation as folks keep calling them. I just don't see it.

Despite Mississippi’s infrastructural needs, four members from state vote no to bill


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Despite Mississippi’s infrastructural needs, four members from state vote no to bill
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With President Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan neatly secured, delivery of the funds allocated for each state, county and city is taking shape. Mississippi will receive some $4.46 billion through the measure.

The major share of the dollars –$3.3 billion – flowing to this state in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, as it is officially known, will appropriately be for transportation projects.

“For decades, infrastructure in Mississippi has suffered from a systemic lack of investment,” a statement from the Federal Highway Administration said. “In fact, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave Mississippi a D+ grade on its infrastructure report card.”

Politics / What happened to the backed up supply chain?
« on: November 23, 2021, 09:29:25 PM »
So have you been in Walmart or Target or Publix this week? Notice the stock that was missing is all over the place? 🤣 Biden put that $1000 fine on them CEOs and all of a sudden supplies are everywhere. 🤣 Get they as Brandon!  :lmao: Biden is kicking this Trump supporters a z z slowy.  :lmao: By the way 98.5 % of all federal government employees have been vaccinated or complied with the vaccine requirements. In fact only less than 5% has asked for religious exemption. That's out of 3.5 million employees.  :lmao:

Politics / Tennessee governor’s aide warned new COVID law was illegal
« on: November 22, 2021, 11:08:08 PM »
This is what Republicans do

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Members of Governor Bill Lee’s staff warned the far-reaching bill limiting COVID-19 restrictions violates a federal law that protects people with disabilities. Despite that warning from legal aides, Lee still signed the law.

The advice was all but ignored when a lawyer from Lee’s office warned the GOP-controlled legislature that proposed restrictive covid legislation is a violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act, According to a letter obtained by the Associated Press.

“I signed a bill that I thought was best for Tennessee,” Lee said.


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Despite the concern, Lee signed the bill anyway.

“What we all know is that there are in the process of bills being created by the legislature our team will talk to their team about challenges or issues we believe might exist,” Lee said in response to questions.

Lee has already faced losing feats in trying to convince courts the law doesn’t negatively impact those with disabilities, adding he plans to revisit the law in January. “We’ll clean up what needs to be cleaned up in the regular session,” he said.

The possible violation of federal law could cost the state money.

“The law that passed is one that probably won’t pass muster in federal court with the Americans with Disabilities Act and it’s just really a shame,” Carol Westlake, Executive Director of the Tennessee Disabilities Coalition said.

The Tennessee Disability Coalition also warned of the effects of the COVID laws writing to the Tennessee governor:

“The ADA requires that schools make “reasonable modifications” to ensure that individuals with disabilities have access to goods and services provided in public entities, such as schools.“

“There are ways that we provide for children with disabilities both from a masking standpoint and within this piece of legislation,” Lee said.

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Under the law, signed by the governor, parents with children with disabilities can request specific accommodations outlined in the law. Something disability advocates say undermines a number of federal laws. “You’re really creating this completely separated segregated education for a child in violation of all manners civil rights laws, special education, the ADA we sort of settle that with Brown vs. Board of Education a really long time ago.”

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The principal or president of the school shall evaluate the request on behalf of the school and, to the extent practicable, provide a reasonable accommodation. The principal or president shall issue a decision approving or denying the request in writing. If the principal or president denies the request, then the grounds for denial must be provided in the principal’s or president’s written decision. If the principal or president approves the request, then the school shall place the person in an in-person educational setting in which other persons who may place or otherwise locate themselves within six feet (6′) of the person receiving the reasonable accommodation for longer than fifteen (15) minutes are wearing a face-covering provided by the school.

The sad part is these Republican party members will still vote for him because of Trump. They have no morals.

Have you all noticed the uptick of folks trying to come through the airport with guns

These Becky Becks are put of control.

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The incident occurred at Sol de Jalisco restaurant in Temple on Nov. 7 and was captured in a video posted to TikTok, McClatchy News previously reported.

Now 10 days later, a warrant for assault causing bodily injury was issued in the case, according to a police news release.

What the heck!

An Alabama man has been arrested on charges that he had sex with two dogs, and then killed one of them.

Ronald Clayton Gilbert III, 32, is charged with bestiality and aggravated animal abuse.

According to court records, the alleged animal assaults happened between January 2020 and November 2021.

On the bestiality charge, Gilbert is accused of having sexual intercourse with two different dogs.

In one of the instances, charging documents state, Gilbert took one of the dogs out into the woods and kicked the dog to death. That act led to the aggravated animal abuse charge.

At what point do these kids wake up?

Black college student receives on-campus police escort due to threats from white frat members

EXCLUSIVE: Arluan Van Hook, 18, told theGrio Tuesday that he now has to be escorted to and from campus by a police officer after reporting the alleged abuse

A Black student at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (SIUE) recently moved back home with his parents about 24 miles away in St. Louis after enduring months of racial harassment and threats from white members of a campus fraternity he was trying to join.

SIUE engineering student Arluan Van Hook, 18, told theGrio Tuesday that he now has to be escorted to and from campus by a police officer after reporting the alleged abuse to SIUE Vice Chancellor Jeffrey Waple in October and receiving subsequent threatening phone calls from members of the university’s Kappa Sigma Fraternity chapter.

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