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Need Additional Prayers

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Just about the time they got all settled at home and my grandson was happy to have both mom and dad home together on a Monday, my daughter-in-law received a phone call that her dad had been in an automobile accident in Indianapolis. He was driving from Louisville to Chicago to pick up his wife who was visiting relatives. He fell asleep while he was driving and cracked 3 ribs and fractured his sternum. Tim is 66 and is not in real good health to begin with.

Your thoughts, prayers and love would be appreciated. Thanks guys

  
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YOYONOMORE1 9/30/2014 2:15PM

    So sorry to hear about his accident, prayers that all will be well for him.

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CHRISTINEBWD 9/30/2014 2:13PM

    Prayers sent up for DIL's dad. emoticon

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WORLDSERIES11 9/30/2014 2:07PM

    Your family is having a rough time of it John..so sorry about all this. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. emoticon emoticon

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DIASTER 9/30/2014 1:54PM

  Your entire family is in my prayers John. May peace and God's love surround you all.

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PEGGY11 9/30/2014 12:18PM

    sending prayers, John. Falling asleep for a few seconds is so easy to do especially on a long trip. Things happen in threes John. Hope the third one is not bad.


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HEALTHIER-VICKI 9/30/2014 11:30AM

    Prayers being said. emoticon

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LOVINGKATE 9/30/2014 11:07AM

  Prayers are going out John. God bless all of you.

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TERRIMMIX 9/30/2014 10:47AM

    God bless you all.

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REGILIEH 9/30/2014 10:06AM

    So sorry! Prayers are started immediately!

Anne

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BEATLETOT 9/30/2014 9:42AM

    I hope he is on the mend soon!

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TRISTAROSE 9/30/2014 8:52AM

    So Sorry ... I will keep him in my thoughts and prayers!

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/30/2014 8:43AM

    I feel sorry for you family! I will send prayers. I hope he has a full, speedy recovery.

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IFDEEVARUNS2 9/30/2014 8:26AM

    You got it!

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SANDRALEET 9/30/2014 8:10AM

    Thank God no one else was killed or hurt and he is still alive Gould of been much warse

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SANDRALEET 9/30/2014 8:10AM

    Thank God no one else was killed or hurt and he is still alive Gould of been much warse

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SANDRALEET 9/30/2014 8:10AM

    Thank God no one else was killed or hurt and he is still alive Gould of been much warse

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CHERYLHURT 9/30/2014 7:43AM

  Praying for speedy recovery!

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KEESHA13 9/30/2014 7:40AM

  God bless and hope for speedy recovery

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Update on My Grandson

Monday, September 29, 2014

Son and daughter-in-law spent all of yesterday at the hospital. They decided around 10 AM to knock him out,do a control "pop" on his two blisters, medicate the wound sights really good and send him on his merry way. He had to wait until 4:30 pm to do so because of some emergency surgeries.

There was no infection and his right hand was already beginning the healing process. They wrapped him up really good, sent him home and he has to go back later this week to have his dressings changed and hands evaluated.

Thank you guys so much for your prayers and intentions. Joan and I as well as Paul and Geena greatly appreciate them.

Oh yeah........... The resilience of a one year old............. He was trying to play patty cake shortly after his surgery.

  
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HDHAWK 9/29/2014 7:18PM

    John, so very glad to hear that your grandson is doing better. They seem to heal so much quicker than we do.

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WORLDSERIES11 9/29/2014 4:34PM

    Great news!! May God continue to bless him.

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PUGLOVER1999 9/29/2014 2:32PM

    Thanking God! :)

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PEGGY11 9/29/2014 1:26PM

    So glad he is going to be alright. You are right, kids are resilient. I wish we were.


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NOWINGS2 9/29/2014 1:18PM

    Thank you for the update. Glad he's doing better.

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EDWARDS1411 9/29/2014 1:16PM

    Good news indeed!!!

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JUDITH316 9/29/2014 1:02PM

    What a sweetheart, this is emoticon news. I'm rejoicing with you that your grandson is doing so well, thank you for the up-dates, my prayers continue for a speedy recovery and total healing of his hands... emoticon

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/29/2014 12:44PM

    I am so relieved!!

I am hoping they find a new day care as a one year old should not be able to get into this kind of problem. They are not watching the kids closely enough.

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CHRISTINEBWD 9/29/2014 12:19PM

    Well, I am so glad that he is on the mend! I will keep him in my prayers!

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AJDOVER1 9/29/2014 11:36AM

    You're all still in my prayers. Thanks for the update.

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CRYSTALJEM 9/29/2014 11:27AM

    So glad it's not worse and the resilience of a 1 year old is truly amazing and something I gave thanks for on more than one occasion. I have a theory it's because no one has let them in on the fact that things don't always turn out "ok" - they assume they will and go about their business.

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ATGOALWT 9/29/2014 10:34AM

  That's why I don't believe in a one year old being in day care. They need one on one attention at that age.

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LOVINGKATE 9/29/2014 10:25AM

  Bless his little heart. Children are so amazing, just love them. Will continue to pray for his quick recovery. So happy to hear he was able to go home. Home is comforting.
God bless and enjoy your Monday.

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BEATLETOT 9/29/2014 9:59AM

    Alhamdulillah, I'm glad to hear that he is home and doing okay. Kids really are ridiculously resilient--physically and mentally. I always think back to how when kids in my elementary school classes broke an arm or leg, they had a cast for six weeks. Yet, a friend broke her wrist a few years ago (in her mid-twenties), and is STILL in PT for it. Kids, they're malleable little creatures!

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HEALTHIER-VICKI 9/29/2014 9:30AM

    Glad he was able to go home. Hope he heals quickly. emoticon

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YOYONOMORE1 9/29/2014 9:21AM

    Glad he's doing better and got to go home.

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SHARSUE 9/29/2014 9:09AM

    So happy to hear he's feeling better! emoticon

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CARTOONB 9/29/2014 8:47AM

    I'm happy to hear he is doing well. Hope the rest of you recover just as quickly!

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REGILIEH 9/29/2014 8:46AM

    Oh bless his heart! I'm thrilled with yhe news and thank you for getting right back to us.

I prayed for him all night as I woke up alot and he always came to mind. I do hope they are finding other caretakers.

Have a great week!

Anne

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NASFKAB 9/29/2014 8:45AM

  this is a relief so happy for you thanks for sharing the news can see him play patty cake very hard to see children or grands hurt & in pain all the best to all

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TRIPLE_EMME 9/29/2014 8:29AM

    Thanks for the update. Wishing the best for Reid.

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NANFITGRAN 9/29/2014 7:32AM

    Great news, John! It is SO difficult to see the grands injured or ill! Hugs all around. emoticon

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SANDRALEET 9/29/2014 7:26AM

    I wish we all would heal as fast

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GARDENCHRIS 9/29/2014 7:22AM

    so glad to hear this...... blessings to you and your family ... and YEA GOD!

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ONEKIDSMOM 9/29/2014 7:18AM

    Love the image of your DGS playing patty cake all bandaged up. You are so right about the resilience... something we can learn from, for sure. Trust, and resilience.
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SNS1968 9/29/2014 7:13AM

    Good news, I wish you the best.

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Prayers For My Grandson

Saturday, September 27, 2014

I'd like to ask this community for prayers, intentions, healing love -- what ever you feel compelled to give, for my grandson Reid.

He sustained 2cd degree burns to both palms at daycare yesterday. They had the kids outside and allegedly Reid stood up and leaned against a metal door the sun was reflecting on. Both palms are blistered and earlier today he was running a fever.

The doctor says the burn patterns don't line up with the day care's story and he is reporting the day care to CPS.

He was back to the doctors earlier today and they have a consult with a plastic surgeon tomorrow morning to asses how damaged his hands might be.

So, please say a prayer, or two

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DIASTER 9/30/2014 1:49PM

  Oh John I am so sorry. Poor little kid. Of course he will be in our prayers.

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PUGLOVER1999 9/29/2014 1:01AM

    I have prayed for your grandson and will keep doing so. Keep us posted on his progress!

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WONDERWISH1 9/28/2014 11:26PM

    Poor sweetheart. I hope he heals fast and they find out what happened there. That is so awful emoticon

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EDWARDS1411 9/28/2014 10:27PM

    Oh my, how very sad for him! While it's no solace my DH who is a heating technician says that indeed it is very possible to burn one's hands on a metal door that's been in the sun and 2nd degree burns are believable to him. Praying that they heal quickly for the little guy!!!
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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/28/2014 7:57PM

    Oh my!! How horrible!!! Poor little guy. I am certainly sending prayers. emoticon

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LOVINGKATE 9/28/2014 1:49PM

  I am so sorry to hear about your grandson Reid. Prayers for fast healing and knowledge as to what really happen. Poor little angel, our thoughts and prayers always John.

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CHRISTINEBWD 9/28/2014 1:14PM

    So sorry John, my nephew picked up a hot rock with one hand while my Dad was burning years ago and I was the only one could stand the medical attention that had to be done afterwards. This is a very painful condition and my heart goes out to your grandson!

If this turns out to be abuse I hope they throw the book at whoever did this!

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SANDRALEET 9/28/2014 12:31PM

    God see now all His will be done

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SAMZA83 9/28/2014 12:07PM

    I will say a prayer for Reid too. As someone who works with small children something does not add up---a metal door at a daycare facility for one seems like completely unreasonable idea.

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TRISTAROSE 9/28/2014 9:23AM

    emoticon I will keep him in my thoughts and prayers!

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HEALTHIER-VICKI 9/28/2014 9:19AM

    Poor baby. I hope he'll be ok and the daycare gets a big fine or your children sue them. Will keep him in my prayers. emoticon emoticon

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PEGGY11 9/28/2014 9:04AM

    Prayers John. I hope they find out what really happened.


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BJHARRIS549 9/28/2014 8:40AM

    Prayers going up for Reid ...

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MAWMAW101 9/28/2014 8:24AM

    You have my prayers. So very sorry for him.

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SNOOPYLINKOS 9/28/2014 8:19AM

    Prayers are on their way. Hopefully the truth will be found and it will be dealt with, be it bad equipment or bad people.

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BEATLETOT 9/28/2014 7:25AM

    Poor thing! I hope they find out the truth of what happened, and that he heals up just fine.

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AJDOVER1 9/28/2014 12:54AM

    what a shocking story! I'm praying for all involved....

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NASFKAB 9/28/2014 12:23AM

  John such scary news! prayers & healing thoughts for Reid & the rest of the family hope its investigated properly scary to think protectors become the prosecutors very very worried

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DEE107 9/28/2014 12:18AM

    praying for your Grandson and the truth

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TRIPLE_EMME 9/28/2014 12:10AM

    I'm sorry to hear this news, John. Actually, horrified is a better word to use. I will send prayers and healing energy to Reid. My thoughts are with your family.

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JUDITH316 9/27/2014 11:26PM

    Hi John, I am so sorry to hear this, my prayers are with you, the family and most importantly of all for Reid, for God's healing flow, I will pray for Wisdom and Direction for the Doctor's so they will know how to treat your dear grandson...Please keep us posted so we know how to keep praying...God's Blessings my brother emoticon emoticon emoticon

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BOOKAPHILE 9/27/2014 11:25PM

    How horrible for him and your whole family! I hope the truth is revealed and that no other child is harmed.

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REGILIEH 9/27/2014 11:04PM

    Oh bless his heart! How painful especially for a little guy! I'm glad they are turning them in!

I will certainly keep him in my prayers!

I am so very sorry!

Anne

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BEAUTY_WITHIN 9/27/2014 10:42PM

    Oh my God! I will absolutely say a prayer! How horrible! I hope he's ok! Poor kid must really be hurting! :(

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WATERMELLEN 9/27/2014 9:50PM

    Oh my so sorry -- and no that doesn't sound like a credible explanation. Glad there will be an investigation with a view to protecting other little people too.

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CARTOONB 9/27/2014 9:27PM

    That poor baby! My prayers are with him and your entire family. Hope the family can figure out what happened and keep him safe.

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GARDENCHRIS 9/27/2014 9:26PM

    I am so sorry! I am asking the Lord for full healing of his hands and for God to wrap your family in his loving arms

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HDHAWK 9/27/2014 9:24PM

    Scary John. Sending prayers to Reid and family.

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UKNOWITNOW 9/27/2014 9:18PM

  I am sorry to hear that. I will pray for Reid and your family.

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ONEKIDSMOM 9/27/2014 9:15PM

    You have mine, John.

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It's Not Just the NFL..........

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Joan and I were watching the TV program, Hell's Kitchen the other night. If you are not familiar, Chef Gordon Ramsey picks about 20 chefs, verbally abuses them for 10 weeks or so and then who ever survives, gets to work for him.

The definition of insanity?

Ramsey throws food, pots, pans and anything he can get his hands on to show his displeasure. A lot of people think this is cute or funny. Some say it is all an act. Some justify Ramsey's actions and defend him buy saying that he contributes substantially to charities, especially for disabled kids. One behavior should balance the other or something like that. I don't know.

Anyways...........

At one point in the show Ramsey said the following words, or words to the effect "Hey, you!! I'm talking to you. Yes you, you COW." Oh yeah this was directed at a female chef.

Now some of you may think that's not so bad, or maybe I'm over reacting. Okay, let's do this. Take the word "cow" out of than sentence and replace it with lets say, a racial slur or an ethnic slur. Ball game changes doesn't it? Chef Ramsey wouldn't be around long enough to throw the next batch of under cooked risotto.

Why, then, is it okay to use derogatory language towards women? On TV and movies we regularly hear the "S" word, the "W" word, the "B" word and the queen mother of them all, the "C" word. People laugh or excuse the language because of immaturity. Again, replace any of those words with a racial or ethnic slur and a lot of somebodies are in huge trouble and should be.

Florida States quarterback Jameis Winston, was suspended for a full game for shouting one of those derogatory remarks concerning women last week. It went viral, a jillion hits on YouTube. Once again, substitute a racial or ethnic slur and Jameis is history.

Whats my point?

We as a society do not afford women the same equal status and recognition that we do other people. We slap peoples wrists when they call them names. So, when men start taking the short leap to physically assaulting a woman, we just sorta shrug our shoulders.

They deserve it, right? I mean that's what we think. "She needs to keep her mouth shut," and "I'ts between him and her." It's the same justification we used years ago towards racial and ethnic minorities.

It begins with Gordon Ramsey yelling "cow" and it ends with Ray Rice knocking his wife out in an elevator.

If you and I REALLY believe in equality, lets start practicing it across the board and towards everyone.

  
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BEAUTY_WITHIN 9/26/2014 3:29PM

    I absolutely agree. That is horrible and not right.

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PUGLOVER1999 9/24/2014 4:38PM

    Well said. Words DO hurt ... and they lead to others kinds of hurt ....

Thanks!

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SHARSUE 9/24/2014 9:25AM

    I wish everyone had your attitude! The world would be a much happier place. Thank you for writing this.
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NASFKAB 9/24/2014 12:51AM

  thanks for sharing its wrong that so called celebrities get away with so much rubbish

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REGILIEH 9/23/2014 10:43PM

    I'm shocked that you and Joan would even watch that show. That was terrible! Thank you for taking up for women.

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LOFLLAMA 9/23/2014 8:51PM

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/23/2014 8:17PM

    I'm certainly not defending this kind of behavior as it is atrocious but for every stupid cro-mag who is knocking out his girlfriend in an elevator there is often the same ignorant female cro-mag who is later marrying the brute. And yes I am calling them both names as they earned them. Dumb and dumber. I'm sickened by both of them. It's a lesson in how to turn a lucrative career raking in millions of dollars a year into being lucky if someone will hire you at the local carwash. I'm not going to be anyone's punching bag and if someone thinks they can get away with hitting me they would be totally wrong. People kind of get what they are willing to put up with. Some people like to push the limits. Some people push back.

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ATGOALWT 9/23/2014 6:40PM

  As a woman I am very happy to live in this country. Look at other countries where women have no freedom and are physically and emotionally abused and it is upheld by law. In this country we have the freedom to get out of an abusive situation. If enough women in this country take a stand when they are abused and leave the situation and even press charges when necessary, things will slowly change one generation at a time. It's women that allow the abuse that puts us back a 100 years. People treat you how you show them in one form or another.

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LOVINGKATE 9/23/2014 6:16PM

  Oh my goodness, don't get me started or I will never be quiet. I have said for years women are treated as if we are less then crap. I have said over and over again that if I were the judge, men would be sorry. I would show NO MERCY!!!!! Women are one of Gods greatest creations. Why then have we as women been treat so poorly since the beginning of time??
I don't get it!!!!??? I know God never intended for this to happen. I best be still now.
Thanks for sharing John. Have good evening.


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SANDRALEET 9/23/2014 5:14PM

    Crap is crap To much of that in books television

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The Solution is Simple

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

“What would you do if someone did that to me?” my daughter asked across the dinner table last night.

“The emotional part of me would go find him and shoot him,” I said. “But then his troubles would be over and mine would be just beginning.”

We were discussing the topic du jour, the video of Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice knocking his wife unconscious in an elevator recently and how the NFL “didn’t realize it was that serious until they saw the video.” Minimizing abuse in any form and saying you didn’t realize it was “that serious” is like being “a little pregnant.”

So Roger Goodell and the powers that be, reached in their bag, pulled out a “do-over,” fell on their collective swords, uttered mea culpa’s about how they had “got it wrong,” suspended Rice indefinitely and his team fired him. A month ago, when all of this came to light, and Rice was charged with a felony, Rice was suspended for two games. His general manager Ozzie Newsome stood behind him at the time. Newsome spoke of how much respect he had for Rice. Yesterday Newsome was “unavailable” for the press conference that announced Rice’s suspension and firing from the Ravens. The price Rice paid in the court system for knocking his then fiancé damn near into oblivion? He was placed in a diversion program.

Okay, we could sit here all day talking about how wrong this is. What’s the answer? It’s really simple and it’s something you and I have total and complete control over. I want to preface my solution by telling you there are not many people who are bigger sports fans than I am. (I even watch hockey!)The solution is to quit supporting any sport that tolerates and by tolerating that means to me condones or is an apologist for, any illegal activity. Partner abuse, steroid abuse, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, you-pick-em…. Any sport that starts the fog machine and begins to blow smoke up targeted orifices does not deserve our support. Quit buying tickets, merchandise, and write to sponsors. Tell them that if they continue to advertise with venues that approve illegal and heinous activities you will quit purchasing their products. Have NFL Sunday ticket? Call Direct TV and tell them NFL commissioner, Rodger Goodell needs to go. They get enough calls, they’ll listen.

Ahhhhhhhhh you are not a sports fan. Ahhhhhhhhhh, you don’t get involved.

I’ll leave you with the commercial form the 1970’s that centered on voter registration:

“Vote and the choice is yours. Don’t vote and the choice is theirs.”

This issue isn’t so much about Ray Rice, though he finally received a portion of the penalty he deserved. This is about the NFL and how they think they can do what they choose to do because, well because they are the NFL.

Show them they aren’t.

  
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KMICHA 9/18/2014 6:33AM

    Well said!

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NASFKAB 9/10/2014 9:11AM

  its sad that a famous person can get away with anything I like your idea of boycotting the sponsors

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/9/2014 9:37PM

    The video was truly horrible. They didn't seem to care when they saw him toss her unconscious body around like a sack of potatoes. Just when they saw him punch her in the face. The sad part to me is she stayed with him and makes excuses for his abominable behavior. He's a thug. She's an idiot.

And if you recall, Kobe Bryant raped a young girl. He paid her off and is still everyone's golden boy.

It's disgusting.

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ATGOALWT 9/9/2014 11:42AM

  It doesn't surprise me that his punishment in court was a slap on the wrist. I'm old enough to know that wealthy and famous people get a different justice system from the average guy on the street. At least I am glad that today there are cameras out there that show the truth otherwise his money would of bought the damage control people who would of put a different spin on what happened in the media and he would have never been fired. Grateful for cameras and DNA today who tell us the truth. I'm sure the girlfriend was already paid off so she doesn't sue and drag this in the courts.

Interesting blog today.

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SANDRALEET 9/9/2014 9:57AM

    In any walk of life is abuse One is no better then the other fames or not poor or rich One of the biggest problems we got

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LOVINGKATE 9/9/2014 9:28AM

  I'm not a real big sports fan but I do like to watch football. When I heard about Rice being fired I was so excited. It's about time, now fire the rest that are so blind about the abuse women face from players that think they are above all else. Abuse is a topic that makes my skin crawl. I know if I were a judge, men would fear me. I'm here to tell you, I would be so tough on them they'd wished they were in hell instead my court room. Any abuse is wrong!!!! I don't care who does it.. Thanks for sharing your thoughts John.

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