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General Discussion Forum / Welcome to my world witch!
« on: September 17, 2011, 03:02:27 AM »
Yesterday, i had a conversation with one of my co-workers. I was talking to another co-worker about the last debate a certain party had. So, the witch says I`m a conservative . She then went in to say I don`t want to talk about politics.
So, we talked about my move back to the states.Then this witch says she is ready to move back".This is the first time I have been a minority and I don`t like it." To which I replied, welcome to my world. You see you want to me that we make everything racial but now you are here and the circle has changed, but don`t worry you will be a minority there too.

General Discussion Forum / The wolf is moving back to America.
« on: August 28, 2011, 02:40:46 AM »
As most of you know i lost my sister last month. Well with all that has happen and the things that need to be done to see that my neice and nephew are taken care of. Added to my mother`s health problems the time has come for my return.

General Discussion Forum / Standing in the need of prayer.
« on: July 25, 2011, 11:53:40 AM »
I`m preparing to fly home . Received a call a few hours ago that my sister passed away.Don`t know anything more than that.

Fox News – Clueless About Japanese Nuclear Plants
A screen capture from some of the Fox New Channel’s coverage of the nuclear reactor incident in Japan:

Supposedly there is now a nuclear plant in Japan called “Shibuyaeggman.” Media Matters did some fact checking:

A quick Googling of “shibuyaeggman” turned up no meaningful results. A Nexis search was also fruitless. However, further inquiries revealed that Eggman is the name of a dance club in a trendy neighborhood of Tokyo called… Shibuya. And, it just so happens, the Fox graphic appears to place the alleged reactor in Tokyo. Here’s a photo of Eggman — as you can see, it’s right below The @ Super Suits Store. And Johnny Hi-Fi played there in 2006.

Such sloppy reporting is good for a laugh when it’s something harmless like this, but when it extends to very serious issues – such as radiation dangers – it is far worse.

[hat tip to Durf]


Greenville Honors Its Own
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Mary Alma Chess King will receive the Arts in Education Award from the Greenville Arts Council.
Posted: Saturday, March 12, 2011 7:20 pm
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GREENVILLE – When Greenville Honors Its Own, five awards will be presented to four individuals and one business that have made an impact on the Greenville arts community.
The awards will be presented by the Greenville Arts Council.
Receiving the honors are Judy Reed, Lifetime Contribution to the Arts; Alex O’Neal, Artist; TecInfo, Business; Martha Love Bradley, the Bert Miller Volunteer Award; and Mary Alma Chess King, Arts in Education.
Arts in Education: Mary Alma Chess King
Mary Alma Chess King will be receiving the Arts in Education Award from the Greenville Arts Council, March 25 at 7 p.m.
As a long-time educator, Mary Alma Chess King began her career at an early age. As the primary care-keeper for her younger siblings while her parents worked, King began exercising her skills as an educator at an early age, assisting her younger brothers and sisters with homework and other school lessons.
With education remaining as her key focus she went on to Rust College in Holly Springs, where she received her bachelor’s degree in English.
She is the oldest living alumna of Rust College. She also holds a master’s degree from Tennessee State University. Attending classes, working on campus and making her own clothes, King did it all while continuing to stay on top of her classes.
As an educator for more than 30 years, King taught at Breich High School in Leland, at Coleman High School and at Greenville High School, where she worked until she retired.
King taught at home, in school and at church. In the church, she was the director of the Allen Christian Endeavor League teaching the church history.
With her dedication to her students and the arts, King taught classes during the day and spent her afternoons working with students after school to practice plays, operettas and poetic presentations. If school hours weren’t enough, King invited her students to her ome for one-on-one practice.
Even during her busy teaching schedule during work hours and after, King found time to lead and create numerous holiday dramas and plays in the church. Often holding activities to raise money for field trips, King did everything in her power to empower her students and broaden their perspective on the importance of education and the arts.
She made sure that every child who came her way was afforded the opportunities and equipped with the skills needed to function in an ever changing society.
Although retired, King continues to educate those around her including her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, family and other friends. Her only requirement is “Always do your best.”
Education was her key. She has dedicated her life to enriching the lives of many by showing her support and enthusiasm for teaching, and love for the arts.

Gov. Haley Barbour appointed state Court of Appeals Chief Judge Leslie King to replace James Graves on the Mississippi Supreme Court.

Graves resigned after being confirmed to the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

King will serve out the remaining nearly two years of Graves’ term, which ends January 2013.

Sports Forum / Jr. World Cup of American Football starts Saturday.
« on: June 22, 2009, 03:07:09 AM »
For those of you in the Canton OH area who can`t wait for football the Jr. World cup is this week.
Team Canada is pretty good also Team Japan should be pretty good. So if you are in the area check out the games. There will also be teams from Mexico, New Zealand,France germany and France.

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