This guys stats are skewed though... ""During the study year, there were an estimated 115 stereotypical kidnappings, defined as abductions perpetrated by a stranger or slight acquaintance and involving a child who was transported 50 or mo
Having a 6 year old daughter who is involved in rehoming dogs nearly every weekend... this hit home with me. Kind of made me ill... but's it's a need-to-watch if you have young ones. This vid came out 2 days ago and has 1.75 million views already.
Not totally disagreeing, but when will they treat drug addiction like the disease that it is? Decriminalize most drugs... esp. MJ... we're wasting lots of resources on stuff that's LESS a problem than alcohol !! Study after study has shown that !!
I don't want to sound to not be concerned with his death, because when any authorities take some one in their custody, they are then responsible fore the care of that individual,. But these cops see Gray as a habitual drug guy, both using and selling
There was a big hoopla a couple years ago about this. People all freaked out about their privacy and such. Apple announced that it was not using the data for anything other than... well.. you know, the usual song n dance. http://www.buzzfeed.com/ji
THIS is what happens when you race to the bottom… Texas tain't fur behind !! afters all we're #49 in ed-U-mic-ka-shun !! … and that's the level of respect we give it !! NOT surprised… Paul Krugman (Noble Laureate, economist, NYT) is always
So, I know when some here (and other places) read about Japan I come to mind. Well, even though Kansas borders Iowa, I still basically think of Mr. B when I read anything about Kansas. So what do you think about this, Mr. B? The article and the si
I agree with you Gray was a drug user and had a long rap sheet to begin with.He was no innocent angel.It is really horrible how the police dept all over now are being stereotyped as killers and horrible people to deal with.These men and women ever da
Mine looks different from your screen shot. On my 4S, iOS 8.3, it's Settings/Privacy/Location Services. Scroll all the way to the bottom for System Services, then to Frequent Locations. Some good info though. Most people don't realize it's on. If yo
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