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(06-10-2021 04:54 AM)TigerBlue4Ever Wrote:  
(06-09-2021 10:17 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
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(06-09-2021 03:36 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  I want to marry that woman!

Lets dont get carried away. Just give her a house.
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A whore house?? Maybe a car but a house??

‘back in the day’ fify…

ref: Danny’s … in meridian, it was ma shoemakes (ja!)

HAHA! I see what you did there.

And damn I had some fun in Danny's. After my old retired from the military he did a gig providing personal security for Danny. That was one crazy sumbitch.

I’ll share a tad bit more…

how do I know about Danny’s…

the state open (golf) was in clarksdale back in the early 80s was the ‘trigger’…

I shot ‘muh wad the first two days, and my bud from amite cty. was in 3rd going into Sunday….

long story short - picture a ‘79 LTD driving back at 3 a.m. with his arse swerving to bash muh skull into the window so his arse wouldn’t pass out….tossed luggage into the trunk off the 2nd floor to make my early tee time….I walk up with cooler and spikes in hand barely making muh tee time…

if you think the board thinks I’m crazy, I lived that life looking at fellers with a spotlight to a deer…

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When I played golf at Rice, we used to play in a tournament at LSU every spring. We had a pretty good relationship with the LSU team, and got invited to some pretty good frat parties while we were there. I remember waking up in Opelousas at 6 am, with no idea how I got there, except that it probably had something to do with the young lovely on the other side of the bed, and an 8:00 tee time in Baton Rouge. Made it by the skin of my teeth. Hit my first tee shot into the middle of a street that was across a double railroad track from the 10th tee of the LSU golf course. We played 27 holes, and I was 3 over the rest of the way, but have no idea how I did it.
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Quote:Fourteen-year-old Jolene Grover went to a school board meeting wearing a “Woman is Female” t-shirt to call out her district for prioritizing “boys’ wants over girls’ needs” in its new transgender policies. The eighth-grader joins teachers and parents in fighting Loudoun County, Virginia’s proposed policies that would allow students to use whichever locker room corresponds with their self-described gender identity rather than their biological sex.

During her speech at a school board meeting, Grover argued the new policies are “dangerous and rooted in sexism” and could lead to harassment or assault, exclaiming, “You do this in the name of inclusivity while ignoring the girls who will pay the price.” She further noted the existing harassment and bad behavior by junior high boys, telling the board, “Now, boys are reading erotica in the classroom next to girls, and you want to give them access to girls’ locker rooms.”

“Two years ago, I was told policy 1040 was just an umbrella philosophy and you weren’t going to allow boys into the girls’ locker rooms,” Grover said of the proposed change. “But here you are doing just that.”

“Everyone knows what a boy is — even you,” Grover continued, pushing back against the idea that identity is ever-changing. “When woke kids ask me if I was a lesbian or a trans boy because I cut my hair short, it should tell you these modern identities are superficial.”

Last year, due to potentially harmful policies considered in the school district, Grover’s concerned mother took her out of the Loudoun County public school system and has been homeschooling her. Grover joins many Loudoun County residents standing against the school district’s radical proposed policies in the aftermath of gym teacher Tanner Cross’s suspension and reinstatement for his stated refusal to “lie to students” about whether boys can be girls.

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Loudoun County, about half a ham sandwich ago was horse farms, old money a LOT of it, rolling hills and pastures and normal people.

What has happened there is astonishing in its rapidity and stupidity alike.

These ain indigenous Loudounians (what?) pulling this crap, I’d love to know where they imported all the freaks from?

South Jersey maybe? Connecticut? What is this crap in one short generation?
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Quote:Fellow teachers and parents rallied around Loudoun County school district physical education instructor Tanner Cross after the school board suspended him for saying his Christian faith kept him from misleading children about choosing their “gender identity.”

“Where is your regard for our freedom of speech?” Rachel Pisani, a mother of three, said at Tuesday’s meeting. “When I saw a teacher express an opinion and suspended for expressing his religious beliefs, I could no longer stay silent.

“When did it become acceptable to be tolerant only when someone expresses a view that we agree with?” Pisani said. “When did it become appropriate to silence those that hold Christian, biblical views just because you don’t? When did it become appropriate to allow the school board – I don’t know who you think you are – but it is not appropriate, it is not allowable to silence, bully, or dismiss our views.”

Fox News reported on the drama, including a teacher who compared the board to the violent anarchist group Antifa:

At one point Tuesday, teacher Jeremy Wright, who previously called the school board fascists, left what he said was a copy of the First Amendment on the podium. “For the members of Chardonnay Antifa, here is your assignment with a copy of the First Amendment attached,” said Wright before holding up a packet of paper. “I’m going to leave this here and I hope you learn something.”

Another female told the board: “Even being threatened with termination for simply speaking one’s opinion creates a culture of fear and silence – and this does not help anyone on either side of the aisle.”

Teacher Monica Gill told the board its suspension of Cross and other actions “resemble totalitarianism, not the Constitution.” She added that “first and foremost, I am a Christian. What is most important? We live in truth, not lies. We look at character, not skin color. We love our lord and we love others. Know this – We will not yield. We will not let you have our souls or the souls of our children.”

On Tuesday, a judge issued a temporary injunction against Loudoun County Public Schools for violating Cross’s 1st Amendment rights and ordered for the teacher to be reinstated.

In his remarks to the board, Cross referred to the draft policy 8040, which required Loudoun staff to use children who claim to be transgender preferred pronouns.

“LCPS staff shall allow gender-expansive or transgender students to use their chosen name and gender pronouns that reflect their gender identity without any substantiating evidence, regardless of the name and gender recorded in the student’s permanent educational record,” the draft reads.

“School staff shall, at the request of a student or parent/legal guardian, when using a name or pronoun to address the student, use the name and pronoun that correspond to their gender identity. The use of gender-neutral pronouns are appropriate. Inadvertent slips in the use of names or pronouns may occur; however, staff or students who intentionally and persistently refuse to respect a student’s gender identity by using the wrong name and gender pronoun are in violation of this policy.”

Another proposed policy, 8350, stated that LCPS staff “shall allow gender-expansive and transgender students to participate in such activities in a manner consistent with the student’s gender identity.”

Some speakers also spoke out against including Critical Race Theory in school curriculum.

“The district has denied teaching CRT, but recent information has raised questions about the role it plays in the district’s decision-making,” Fox News reported. “LCPS held an equity workshop last week as part of its response to the ongoing controversy engulfing the county. During that talk, Barts seemed to acknowledge that CRT influenced LCPS policy.”

Fox News reported that documents obtained by the Fight for Schools Political Action Committee indicated staff was taught the ideology. That included an invoice from The Equity Collaborative, which received nearly $500,000 from the county and contained a line item for “Coaching support for LCPS leaders – follow up meetings focused on Critical Race Theory Development May 2020.”

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(06-11-2021 12:40 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(06-10-2021 04:54 AM)TigerBlue4Ever Wrote:  
(06-09-2021 10:17 PM)stinkfist Wrote:  
(06-09-2021 05:21 PM)TigerBlue4Ever Wrote:  
(06-09-2021 03:37 PM)shere khan Wrote:  Lets dont get carried away. Just give her a house.
03-lmfao

A whore house?? Maybe a car but a house??

‘back in the day’ fify…

ref: Danny’s … in meridian, it was ma shoemakes (ja!)

HAHA! I see what you did there.

And damn I had some fun in Danny's. After my old retired from the military he did a gig providing personal security for Danny. That was one crazy sumbitch.

I’ll share a tad bit more…

how do I know about Danny’s…

the state open (golf) was in clarksdale back in the early 80s was the ‘trigger’…

I shot ‘muh wad the first two days, and my bud from amite cty. was in 3rd going into Sunday….

long story short - picture a ‘79 LTD driving back at 3 a.m. with his arse swerving to bash muh skull into the window so his arse wouldn’t pass out….tossed luggage into the trunk off the 2nd floor to make my early tee time….I walk up with cooler and spikes in hand barely making muh tee time…

if you think the board thinks I’m crazy, I lived that life looking at fellers with a spotlight to a deer…

@onlyYoungOnce

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(06-11-2021 01:01 PM)Owl 69/70/75 Wrote:  When I played golf at Rice, we used to play in a tournament at LSU every spring. We had a pretty good relationship with the LSU team, and got invited to some pretty good frat parties while we were there. I remember waking up in Opelousas at 6 am, with no idea how I got there, except that it probably had something to do with the young lovely on the other side of the bed, and an 8:00 tee time in Baton Rouge. Made it by the skin of my teeth. Hit my first tee shot into the middle of a street that was across a double railroad track from the 10th tee of the LSU golf course. We played 27 holes, and I was 3 over the rest of the way, but have no idea how I did it.

Some of my best golf happened when I had no idea how I got there.
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(06-11-2021 01:32 PM)JMUDunk Wrote:  Loudoun County, about half a ham sandwich ago was horse farms, old money a LOT of it, rolling hills and pastures and normal people.

What has happened there is astonishing in its rapidity and stupidity alike.

These ain indigenous Loudounians (what?) pulling this crap, I’d love to know where they imported all the freaks from?

South Jersey maybe? Connecticut? What is this crap in one short generation?

And it isn't just there. It's happening all over. 16 years ago when I moved outside of Memphis to my new home in the sticks it was farm land, woods and rednecks. I'm waiting on them to build a new Starbucks out here soon. Karens and soyboys everywhere. #ruint
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