rnlqts's comment history

rnlqts said...

Why don't you people just shut this farce of a comment section down altogether? Over the last few days posts have disappeared. Don't you think that this does nothing but lend credence to the poster's remarks. The TFP is a JOKE! Let's see how long this post stays.

September 2, 2011 at 8:08 p.m.
rnlqts said...

Hmmmmmm . . . just wondering why all of OldMcDonald32's posts have been removed. He must have posted a little too much about his "a heartbeat away" investigative source. hmmmmmmmmmmmm

September 2, 2011 at 8:01 p.m.
rnlqts said...

@OldMcDonald32 Nothing has even been hinted about this being something other than an accident. How good are your sources on the succinylcholine chloride theory?

September 2, 2011 at 12:38 p.m.
rnlqts said...

Just wondering how the med examiner could be certain of that, especially if the beating and train impact all occurred within a short time of one another.

September 1, 2011 at 4:52 p.m.
rnlqts said...

Unless they were already dead or unconscious there is no way that they could not feel the rumbling of a train or hear a train's horn which will scare the crap out of you. The entire ground shakes, especially if you were lying between the tracks. Asphalt would have little to no effect on damping the vibration and especially the sound of those ungodly loud horns. Secondly, they had an entire farm with grass, fields, trees, etc, yet they chose to lay down on hard asphalt to embrace. Come on . . . give me a break. If I were this girl's parents I would have to have a better explanation than that and hell would freeze over before I would let it rest.

September 1, 2011 at 10 a.m.
rnlqts said...

Who is the idiot that wrote this slanted piece of crap? When in trouble, play the race card to try and divert the public's attention from the truth.

The truth to us regular ole folks is that our kids are getting short changed while the big wigs in the central office are all feathering their nests with our tax money. Between Scales and his "mouthpiece" the taxpayers foot the bill for close to $400,000 dollars a year. Scales is paid more than the governor or Tennessee yet we have to pay Danielle Clark another $130,000 (w/benefits) to speak for him.

Between Scales and his three deputy superintendents we are dropping over a half million a year (including benefits). I don't think that most taxpayers realize that when the City and County school systems merged the central office staff doubled. We taxpayers were told that the consolidation would save us money. That was an outright lie.

"Since 1997, the dominant school board bloc has been progressive" Progressive = poor education, no control of each school by it's principal, no discipline, a huge inflated central office, and an absolute failure.

Thank God, there is a change of attitude with our newly elected board. That's what the voter's wanted. More power to them. The "Progressive" approach has been a dismal failure. Hit the road Scales and take your three overpaid deputies and "communications director" with you.

Ronnie Land ronnieland@comcast.net

September 18, 2010 at 12:53 p.m.
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