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i don't want my tax dollar money going to help fund these Israel bombing of kids
i don't care if they are terrorist or not

i don't want blood in my hand

can't be wash

i do not approve these bomb funding
i don't want no part in this
please don't use my tax dollar money to bomb other

General Discussion / WTF
« Last post by Visualmon on March 01, 2024, 11:13:22 AM »
What's happening to the young generation right now? Telling people to GTFO of his neighborhood when he's from somewhere else.  :idiot2: :2funny:
Imagine a ugly woman wouldn't stop harassing the male teacher when he keep sending sex messages to his student. He would file the complaint. That'll be funny.
General Discussion / Re: All Politicians Do This Thing
« Last post by Visualmon on March 01, 2024, 11:04:01 AM »
The Indian chick reminds me of Pobzeb and his usual self-contradictory tactic.  ;D ;D
What's wrong with farmers selling milk to their neighbor? Absoluting nothing. It's the cops being A-hole. Amish people have their own little world. Leave them alone.
Not only Pobzeb wants to be banned so fast again from the mod, he wants the mods to be on his side to stop theking from bulling him.
Back in Laos, Thailand and even here in the States, I've seen many underage Hmong girls date and/or marry adult men so just wondering if the student is Hmong in this case  ???:

Former Hmong College Prep Academy teacher charged with criminal sexual conduct
He's accused of having sexual encounters with a 16-year-old student

A former Hmong College Prep Academy teacher has been charged with criminal sexual conduct for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old girl.

Brandon Michael Bunney, 42, of Savage, is accused of having sexual encounters with the underage student dating back to early 2023.

A criminal complaint states Bunney was told repeatedly by school administrators to stop contacting the girl via text message after rumors had made its rounds at the school. He was ultimately fired from his position on May 18, 2023, for failing to do so.

According to the criminal complaint, Bunney began to spend more time with the girl after his termination.

Messages between the two began in May 2023, and by July 2023, Bunney was sending sexually suggestive texts to the girl.

In an interview with police, the girl said the two would have sexual encounters in Bunney's car over the summer and eventually would have sex at Bunney's home in Apple Valley. Some other encounters would also happen in St. Paul near the 1400 block of 6th Street East.

Bunney admitted to investigators he was "intimate sometime in the summer" with the girl, but refused to respond to any detailed questioning.

Charges allege Bunney and the girl's "sexual relationship is believed to be ongoing."

Bunney is charged with one count of 3rd-degree criminal sexual conduct in the case. If convicted, he faces up to 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine. Bunney is due to make his first appearance in court on March 14
Conservatives rally behind Pennsylvania Amish farmer who suffered police raid over milk sales
Donald Trump Jr says police should have other priorities to focus on

Republicans on social media are rallying behind an Amish farmer in Pennsylvania who suffered a police raid last month for selling milk in violation of government regulations.

Amos Miller argues that he sells his products only to his "private membership association" and not to the public, exempting him from government regulations. However, the state's agriculture department alleges that his products have been connected to E. coli outbreaks in two other states.

Those reports led to a raid of Miller's farm in early January, followed by a lawsuit from the agriculture department.

Lawyers for Miller have countered, saying the raid was justified by reports of a 2016 death supposedly linked to Miller's products.


A view towards Amos Miller's Organic Farm in Pennsylvania.
"The problem is: it never happened," attorney Robert Barnes wrote in a court filing last week, according to Lancaster Online. "In fact, the elderly lady who died had advanced cancer, and never drank any raw milk product of Amos Millerís, as her caretaker testified to under oath and a former Wall Street Journal reporter had already previously investigated and independently found."

Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., condemned the raid as "shameful" in January, arguing it was a classic example of government overreach.


"It's a shame that small farmers have been pushed into these situations by overbearing government regulatory agencies and lawmakers captured by corporations and monopolies," he told Newsweek in a statement on Wednesday.

"I support all small farmers and consumers who wish to engage in voluntary transactions. It's imperative that Congress take up my PRIME Act to ameliorate the plight of small farmers like Amos," he added.

Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., condemned the raid against Amos Miller's farm as "shameful" in January, arguing it was a classic example of government overreach. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Donald Trump Jr. also weighed in on X, sharing a video of the police raid and condemning Pennsylvania for going after "farmers selling to their neighbors."

Not all Republicans are siding with Miller, however. State Rep. Dave Zimmerman, who represents nearby Lancaster County, argues that Miller is not above the law.

"Let me be very clear, I'm 100% against government overreach and have spent much of my time in the legislature fighting overregulation," he wrote in a Jan. 17 statement. "I also recognize that while limiting the government is critical, some government is necessary."

A photo of Donald Trump Jr in front of an American flag
Donald Trump Jr. shared a video of the police raid and condemned Pennsylvania for going after "farmers selling to their neighbors." (Melissa Sue Gerrits/Getty Images)

"Mr. Millerís case is not about the buying and selling of raw products as some have suggested Ė many farmers throughout the state sell raw products. I can go to a local farm right now to purchase raw products. There are many farmers with roadside stands right here in Lancaster County who sell raw products. Mr. Millerís case is about following basic agriculture regulations that every other farmer in the state is subject to for the production of safe food. Is it too much to ask for farmers to follow these basic requirements to ensure food safety?" he asked.

"Is the solution to simply ignore Mr. Miller and allow him to violate basic regulations that all other farmers must follow? That would certainly not be fair to other farmers," he said.

Miller's defense against the state lawsuit is ongoing, but authorities have placed hundreds of products in Miller's farm store under a detention order pending the result of the litigation.

Anders Hagstrom is a reporter with Fox News Digital covering national politics and major breaking news events. Send tips to [email protected]" class="bbc_email">Anders.Hagstro [email protected], or on Twitter: @Hagstrom_Anders.
General Discussion / Re: what happen to REPORTER???? did that dude get cancer and die??
« Last post by theking on February 29, 2024, 10:40:15 PM »
He tried to help you but you rather shoot yourself on the foot so he got tired of your LIES:

HmgRock, you should post sincere, honest topics


;D ;D ;D
General Discussion / Re: what happen to REPORTER???? did that dude get cancer and die??
« Last post by hmgROCK on February 29, 2024, 10:36:35 PM »
i donít have any ill feelings
get well soon

 ;D :D
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