Sunday, December 12, 2010

Hey Ivette and Petah

This is where Y'ALL SHOULD BE... and where yo mamas shoulda done gone TOO !!!
Hey Ivette, you know how your loud mouth whooo hooo whore of a friend with that stupid noise she picked up from some shit movie likes to run her stupid mouth???? Next time I'll be sure she reads here. Because LONG BEFORE the camera was pointed your short little nothing of a husband and kid were fucking around with my car and on my property. Lots of that has quelled now.

It's STILL attempted murder. Tell your whore of a friend I said: weird noise back at her white trash ass. Y'all aren't fooling anyone. You're white trash. Alone you are NOTHING. Together you are a white trash gang with a shitty attitude and a crack habit.

Smoke ya another one and go take some parenting classes you low lifes.

Moms, dads of gang kids ordered to parenting class

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AP – In this Nov. 13, 2010 photo, Jose and Rosalva Rodriguez listen to instructor Rosaura Fresquez during …
By THOMAS WATKINS, Associated Press Thomas Watkins, Associated Press – Sun Dec 12, 4:21 pm ET
LOS ANGELES – It's a Saturday morning and a half-dozen adults are sitting in a high school classroom, staring at grim photos of sickly drug addicts and hearing about the deadly consequences of gang crime. They'd rather not be here, but a judge made them come.
The moms and dads were ordered to attend the class under a new California law giving judges the option of sending parents for training when their kids are convicted of gang crimes for the first time.
Assemblyman Tony Mendoza, the lawmaker behind the Parent Accountability Act, said it is the first state law to give judges the power to order parents of gang members to school, though other court-mandated classes exist at the local level.
"A lot of parents do not know how to handle teenagers," Mendoza said. "Now more than ever, parents need a guide."
The new law went into effect in January and eventually will be in place across California. Budget cuts in Sacramento meant implementation of the classes was delayed and only in the past month or so have they been rolled out on a limited basis in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Several of those first classes were canceled due to low attendance, something organizers blamed on judges' ignorance of the new law. But the sputtering start also speaks to the difficulties of trying to engage parents who may be too busy or apathetic to take a more active role in their kids' lives.
Authorities say Los Angeles County has about 80,000 gang members, though those estimates vary. Parents in gang neighborhoods often struggle to make ends meet and find themselves working more than one job. The long hours mean they can't spend much time with their kids and some youngsters say they are tempted into gang life by a sense of companionship missing from their own family.
"The most difficult thing is to have control of the kids," said Socorro Gonzalez, a housekeeper who was ordered to a recent class after her son, a member of the San Fer gang, got into trouble. "When I come home, I don't know what they have been up to."
At the class last month with six parents, an instructor speaking in Spanish flashed images of drug paraphernalia and showed pictures of addicts before and after they acquired their habit. At a later session, another instructor outlined classic warning signs of gang involvement — tattoos, secretive behavior, sudden changes in musical tastes and the use of gang hand signals.
Jose and Rosalva Rodriguez attended one of the first classes, which was held on two consecutive Saturdays at a high school in the San Fernando Valley. Their 16-year-old son had been accused of spraying graffiti when police arrested him at a party attended by gang members.
In addition to sentencing him to one year's probation, community service and counseling, the judge ordered the parents to attend the class, where they heard about tough legal penalties levied against gang members and how they could get more involved in their kids' lives.
"It was very important," Jose Rodriguez said after driving an hour from Lancaster, a sprawling city in the high desert north of Los Angeles. "I'm going to speak to him, listen to him and give him advice."
The 48-year-old baker said he learned how to spot the warning signs of gang involvement, including if his son was carrying markers that can be used for gang graffiti.
Eventually, the classes will include the family members of victims of gang crime speaking to parents about their ordeals.
"There is nothing more moving than someone sitting in front of you, telling you how they felt when they heard the gunshots or their son or daughter was killed," Mendoza said.
The classes are supposed to be self funding and parents will eventually pay $20 or so a class, but the fee is being waived for now to draw more participants.
If parents fail to attend, they could be held in contempt of court. Judges are likely to lenient initially because only four high schools are offering the classes, making it impractical for parents without cars to attend.
Olu Orange, an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California's political science department, said he was troubled by the possibility of parents being held in contempt for an offense committed by their child and adjudicated by a juvenile judge and not a jury.
"The prospect of parents being subject to criminal penalties for violating a court order that is imposed on them as part of a non-jury process scares me," Orange said.
The law was inspired by Mendoza's own brush with gang life.
Growing up in the gritty Florence neighborhood south of downtown Los Angeles, Mendoza saw the importance of parental involvement. The second youngest of nine kids, he was drifting toward gang life and sported the shaved head and baggy Dickies shorts favored by many Latino street gang members.
His cousin was headed the same way. But when Mendoza's mother started to clamp down on which friends he could hang out with, his aunt was less strict. The cousin eventually became a full-blown member of the Florencia-13 street gang and was killed in a drive-by shooting in the early 1990s.
"My mom started getting more involved and prohibited us from hanging out with certain people," Mendoza said. "My aunt didn't."
Other court-mandated classes exist, including the Parent Project, a 10-week program in Los Angeles County that counsels parents and their kids who may be skipping school, taking drugs or involved in gang life.
Rick Velasquez, executive director of Youth Outreach Services in Chicago, said parenting classes seemed like a good idea but noted that judges could often do a much better job of getting parents involved in their child's activities simply by speaking with them when they show up in court to support their children.
Elsewhere, other penalties exist for parents of children who get into trouble. In several jurisdictions, including Santa Fe, N.M., and San Juan Capistrano in Orange County, parents of kids caught spraying graffiti must pay the bill to clean it up.
A new law going into effect in California next year would let officials prosecute parents when their kids skip school.
Pasadena juvenile Judge Philip Soto said he'd not had a case yet where he could send parents to the new Parent Accountability class, but he supported it.
"It's always difficult in court when the parents come in and feign ignorance and say, 'I didn't know anything about this,'" Soto said. "You have to sit back and wonder how can you miss these signs

Angry Air from the Meth Lab Cover up SWINE at Tampa Fire Rescue

You pieces of shit will have to wait a bit for the new revelation. a. I don't feel like getting my hands dirty.
b. unlike YOU, I take entire days off from your fucked up lives despite your attempts to keep things focused on how bad you'ns IZ.
c. Because I actually have a decent life outside your porn whores in the firehouse, crack kids guarding the streets for you and trafficking in dope, hookers, whatever makes you a dirty buck and such.

BUT I do have the mincing little jacket wearing (not cold enough so did it for attention) little gay boy's tag # from Publix.

VERY CREEPY how he knows when I'll be there.

Do you stalkers and pieces of shit know anything about that???

When I say piece of shit: it's YOU I refer to.

Here's his tag... incidentally, he may be a policeman with a fireman boyfriend as he has the firepig tag like the rest of the scum and like Jessica Dotson, formerly or currently of the YMCA on Gandy had one she got at the same time as Spence of the bashing old ladies over the head stealing their homes fame and the publix employee but hastily switched it out FOR SOME REASON. (LOL)

So, maybe it was HIS jacket Jose Tome was wearing that day. Very similar in appearance. Same stupid "I'm somebody with this patch on my shoulder" but nothing inside... dark blue, yellow COT patch denoting police or fire swine.


Not the first or second time out of the box for this fey loser .. he has all the markers ... four foot eleven, balding, nasty mean looking and oh, that stalking ....

A little black car.

THREE VERY DIFFERENT TIMES OF DAY so it's obvious the little piece of shit either works at station 15 or lives close by.


And I invite you to read your part in the RICO filings.

Anyone who steps in and performs ANY PART is liable for ALL.

So, you and Jose Tome can be mighty happy asshole buddies in prison.

Out stalking citizens.

What a PUSS.

Doing what you're told.

Call Milton he may need some help.

Milton done been sidelined.

Or not...

He IS buddies with BIG TOM FORWARD who thinks that the dept has invested too much mony in old Milton.

I agree, Tom ... but you go ahead and continue to throw good money after bad.

Loser and coverup artist: Tom Forward Tampa Fire Dept.

THe Obama and Arizona WHACK JOB Janet Napolitano

Is this woman fucking crazy, schizophrenic, paranoid or just creepy as SHIT???

See something SAY SOMETHING?????

ROLLED OUT TO WAL MART !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is a creepy, crazy lady.

Why Wal-Mart?
"We are expanding 'See Something, Say Something' in a number of venues," Napolitano tells NPR's Audie Cornish. "It's Wal-Mart, it's Mall of America, it's different sports and sporting arenas, it's transit systems. It's a catchy phrase, but it reminds people that our security is a shared responsibility."
The "See Something, Say Something" campaign has had some major successes— most notably earlier this year when a street vendor reported smoke coming out of an SUV parked in New York's Times Square, resulting in the arrest and conviction of Pakistani immigrant Faisal Shahzad. But The New York Times reports the program has resulted in relatively few terror-related arrests.
Homeland security expert Frank Cilluffo says that may be because the message is coming from Washington rather than local officials who are more trusted in their communities.

Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images
A sign promotes the "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign at Ronald Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C.
"I think having Secretary Napolitano on screens throughout the country provides a bit of a creepy feeling," he says. "That shouldn't be from Washington."

And Obama thinks this is an OKAY THING??? I mean this is the same guy that was going to bring Granholm on to the Supreme Court !! LMAO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You knew it was weird as shit when he chose this lieutenant of low-class shit to lead the dept of bullshit-curity but no one could really have said: SOON she'll be on creepy message right in your face telling you to snitch out your neighbor.

For the record, I could call the cops ALL DAY LONG on the weird ass shit I see driving around my cousin's hood where the whores and bikers live but the Tampa cops stand right there talking to smack dealers and never you mind ...

So much for snitching !!!

Only snitch if you see something .... out of the ordinary !!

Oh, you mean like a meth lab explosion covered up by Tampa FIRE RESCUE???

That weird enough????

Lady, take your weird ass back to Arizona.

For fuck's sake.

You're just terrorizing people as they go about their business.

I'm so fucking sick of you losers....

it was MOST FUN being searched at Disney ....

Blanks and Charges

Okay, tell me if this sounds mercenary. I'm leaving out names and identities for now, and even some words to protect those who frankly don't deserve protection but having never been a RAT (like some) I just don't feel good about spilling people's filthy sides of their lives onto the WWW...

However -- (you knew this was coming, right??) -- I'm willing to disclose same for a fee. In fact, I'm going to disclose some of this in a book which will definitely be for sale very soon but if you'd like to know if your name or some similar aspect that identifies your smarmy and illegal acts towards me and my family have been mentioned I'd be happy to negotiate a fee with you. For the record, save your pennies if I've known you longer than thirty years. Out of respect for you and your family I'll leave your names out. Out of respect for you and your family I have remained silent. Apparently this same respect was not inbred in you. That's a pity but you and yours are safe with me. The ones who took it upon themselves to do your bidding against an innocent family are wide open just like they've left MY family wide open. Herewith I refer to my extended family and network many of whom are currently suffering at your hands. Be on notice.

Bush McCain Huggy Bears 2008

Bush McCain Huggy Bears 2008
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A Nation in DISTRESS

A Nation in DISTRESS


In my living room watching;
but I am not laughing ....

..... risk something, take back what's yours
say something that you know they might attack you for
cause I'm sick of being treated like I have before ....
Meanwhile, the leader just talks away
Stuttering and mumbling for nightly news to replay
And the rest of the world watching at the end of the day

In their living room laughing like,

"what did he say?"

Fight the Good Fight

" .... courage is humankind's cardinal virtue, because ''it makes all other virtues possible."
Reverend William Sloane Coffin

......" And I dare you to ask for a lot, I dare you to hold fast to your ideals and to expound them as publicly and as fearlessly as Martin Luther King and Bill Coffin and Betty Friedan and those dozens of grandmothers arrested a few weeks ago for protesting the war in Iraq."

Francine du Plessix Gray


MainSTREAMMedia=Bush Propaganda Machine

vox dictionary
Never Mistake Kindness for Weakness
I prefer to be a dreamer among the humblest, with visions to be realized, than lord among those without dreams and desires. Kahlil Gibran
Every man dies.

Not every man really lives.

In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends...... Martin Luther King, Jr.

Vox Talk

Contrary to popular belief:

Patience is NOT a virtue.

It is concentrated strength.
"The pioneers of a warless world are the young men (and women) who refuse military service."

- Albert Einstein
"Only those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly" – Robert Kennedy
"Those who profess to favor freedom and yet deprecate agitation…want crops without plowing up the ground, they want rain without thunder and lightening. They want the ocean without the awful roar of its many waters…. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will." Frederick Douglass, 1857
Tis nobler to lose honor to save the lives of men than it is to gain honor by taking them.

~David Borenstein

You cannot win a War on Terrorism. It’s like having a war on jealousy.

~David Cross

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Fight Child Protective Services False Accusations

Fighting Child Protective Services False Accusations

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