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I too am tired of all the violence and to me, it doesn't matter what color the victim, a victim is a victim. Someone who is actually somewhere minding their own business and to have someone to assault or even worse is awful. When I grew up in Albany in the late 60's and 70's, crime was not something you heard about on a monthly basis, we actually could go to sleep with the front door open and the screen door locked and not worry about hoodlins breaking in and today, I try not to ride through my old neighborhood because of the crime. I think that for the most part, parents have let the ball drop, parents need to raise their own kids and keep the government out of it.
Nope, I sure didn't. I have only taken the PRAXIS exam at ASU, and passed them Ii might add.
I am so tired of the not so subtle digs at Black Americans or other minorities. I did not grow up on welfare and I spent the first eleven years of my life in a two parent home and when my mother became a single parent she sometimes worked two jobs to take of her five daughters (and she only had five grandchildren and one great-grand). In our household education was very important. All of my mother's children went and got some type of education after high school. We haven't been in trouble, nor do we hang out on the streets and frequent clubs. We go to church and do a girls night out at the movies and dinner. Oh, and I actually have two Master degrees. So please don't lump everyone in the same boat. I hate for anyone thinking of moving to this area to read the comments on the Herald, cause you all sound so racist.
Yes they do have a choice, they can move off base and apply for separate rations if they have a family, at least they did about 20 years ago.
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