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Securb Wrote:This crap is on the cover of the local paper here in Boston. The stuff is more like Date Rape in a Can

Date rape IN the can
Hooch Wrote:Date rape IN the can

Yeah that was in the news up here today also
A 30-year-old Spencer man is being held on $105,000 bail after allegedly injecting his girlfriend’s 3-year-old with heroin, police said.

Jeffrey LeBlanc told officers he was under the influence of drugs on Oct. 21, when he gave the girl a shot to make her feel better because she had been sick the night before, police said.

Officers went to a Grove Street home shortly after 4 p.m. on a report of a 3-year-old child “nodding off,” police said.

The girl, who was in LeBlanc’s care at the time, was taken to the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, where doctors found heroin in her system and a noticeable needle mark in the crease of her arm, police said.
The child has since recovered and is in state custody.

After an initial interview with police, LeBlanc allegedly told family and friends that he was fleeing the area to avoid pending criminal charges.
He was sought on a warrant for a probation violation and found on Nov. 13, hiding out at the Shrewsbury Green apartments, police said.
LeBlanc pleaded not guilty to unlawful dispensing of heroin to a minor, assault and battery on a child causing substantial bodily injury and reckless endangerment of a child, as well as unrelated breaking and entering and larceny charges.

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This is some serious school board. Never heard of someone shooting up a school board meeting before, but even more shocking is that there is "school board security".


Fucking Floridians...
Good Samaritans Face Fine After Rescuing Deer From Icy Water

BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) – They fought to save a life, and now they say they’ll fight the fine.

It all revolves around the rescue of a deer trapped in icy water Thursday night.

Alex DeMetrick reports that good deed was rewarded with tickets.

Strangers banded together to pull a deer out of the freezing water of the Patapsco River on Thursday night.

“We seen the deer going under,” said Khalil Abusakran. “It couldn’t maintain. It was starting to freeze, and it was really getting bad.”

Abusakran brought a raft, and Jim Hart joined him.

“We had oars and shovels to break the ice, for the deer to get out,” Abusakran said.

But in the excited aftermath of the rescue, a natural resources police officer on the scene wrote both men a ticket.

“And he didn’t say anything,” Jim Hart said. “We went in and out of the water numerous times. He didn’t stop us at all.”

They say they were ticketed for not wearing life vests, although both are over the age for mandatory use of flotation devices.

“No, we didn’t have vests on, but we’re not 16 years old,” Abusakran said. “There were personal floating devices on the boat.”

The ticket itself doesn’t check off any specific violation, just a $90 fine.

They’ll fight it in court, as they fought for the deer.

The two men ticketed say they will fight the citations at the court hearing in Annapolis set for Feb. 18.
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Way to dis on the kids with Downs - :lol:
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Considered the "Skank" thread as well as the "Fail", etc...
90 Girls Pregnant at One Tennessee High School

Quote:Ninety girls at Frayser High School in Memphis are pregnant or have recently given birth, according to Fox affiliate, WREG 3 of Memphis, Tennessee.

This shocking statistic isn’t uncommon for the Memphis area, says local Alicia Williamson.

“There were a whole lot of bellies. You had to watch out so you didn’t bump into them,” said Williamson, who graduated from Frayser in 2004. “Being 2011, I thought a lot of them would have thought this is not the right way to go, having babies during school time.”

Deborah Hester Harrison, who heads the teen pregnancy prevention organization Girls Inc., says Memphis’ teen pregnancy rate stands at between 15 and 20 percent, almost twice the national average.

Tennessee law requires schools to teach “Family Life Education.” In Memphis City Schools, this curriculum is taught to students in the ninth grade for several weeks each year. According to the Department of Education, Family Life Education puts an “emphasis on abstinence from sexual relations outside of marriage.”

A sign that abstinence-only education isn’t working? Nah.

It’s not that simple, says Memphis City Schools board member Stephanie Gatewood. There’s a lot that goes into sex education. It’s not like you just throw some soft porn onto a screen in the gym and hope the kids figure it out for themselves.

“If we do teach sex ed, we need to do it a whole lot sooner than 14, 15, 16,” Gatewood said. “So the question then becomes, when do you do it?”

Maybe sooner than 14, 15, 16? Just a thought.

If 1 of every 5 girls attending your schools will become pregnant at some point in their time there, you might want to try mixing things up. Experiment a little. If you don’t, the kids certainly will.
3daddict Wrote:Way to dis on the kids with Downs - :lol:

New smilie...

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