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Re: “George Leonard Herter tells you How to Live With a Bitch

I would attest to the fact that some of the Herter's products exceeded George L 's discription! The Diamond Lil Cake was absolutely great! As were the hunting knives, hunting boots. After using the products, I realized the bragging discriptions of the products were modest !!!

Posted by Wardell MacAdoo on 04/01/2014 at 4:37 AM

Re: “Letters from the week of November 25

It's a bad sign when your blog's (I'm intentionally not using the word "news site" here) comments are more interesting and accurate than the actual blog posts.

Posted by Danny Fowler on 03/24/2014 at 2:05 AM

Re: “It’s stupid to complain about La Raza’s name being racist

It's better to call it Zaraza. It's a russian word meaning diseased. It's much more fitting for these bald headed Mexican gangsters who are just trying to look and act like skinhead Aryans who also think they are the master race.

Posted by Alex Kmsm on 03/23/2014 at 1:38 AM

Re: “Here’s why Mexican men are so sexy, and what not to say when you wake up wanting to … you know

This white girl loves her some Mexicans. <3

On a side note....

Any Mex gamers wanna play Titanfall? Add my gt: Glitter Shotz

Posted by Tasha on 03/16/2014 at 6:46 PM

Re: “Here’s why Mexican men are so sexy, and what not to say when you wake up wanting to … you know

I am a black male who only exclusively dates mexican men. They are the most passionate kissers in the world. I love every inch ( I do mean every inch) of them. But I am bothered by the deep sense to be machismo after a long love making sesion. They then turn back into the hard manuel labor working, beer drinking hard spitting mexican men. It's like I am glad I got off now go and buy me some more beer or liquor and leave me alone. WTF ... love me ok!!

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Posted by TOTO on 02/07/2014 at 10:57 AM

Re: “Here’s why Mexican men are so sexy, and what not to say when you wake up wanting to … you know

I love Mexicans!!! They are so Sexy! My first kiss was with a Mexican, in fact, Mexicans are the only guys I've ever kissed, there was actually 3 of them, all of kisses were french kisses, but then, how could you settle for less! As they kiss, they sure can't keep their hands to themselves, since they would put their hands under my shirt, unhooking my bra, grabbing my breasts, and placing kisses on other body parts besides my lips, then they would get there hands down my pants! ;) Now that's a whole other story! I have yet to let them actually get their Penis into me, I just wasn't quite ready, but they did beg about that! :) I can't wait to actually have sex, without holding anything back!!!

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Posted by Abby on 01/09/2014 at 5:02 PM

Re: “Letters from the week of November 25

In response to the article about the pay day loan industry.

I do not condone pay day loans, and am in total support of legislation regulating pay day loans and like-business, but as a member of one of the parishes mentioned in the article I feel I have to speak out in defense of the people brought up in this article. No I am not playing devil’s advocate. As someone who knows these people (not so intimately but we’ve spoken), or knows people who know these people, I can honestly say I had no idea this was going on. Much of the community is shocked in hearing their friends are involved in something so tabooed by the church and the public. What stems from this is the belief in these people’s good natures. They aren’t bad people, they have simply made bad business decisions.
Connecting their business dealings to the beliefs of the church I believe is a little bit of a sleazy move too. Yes, it’s hypocritical to be an active Christian and participate in these businesses, and yes I think it is not moral, but so is using the institution you claim they are disgracing against them. We are not here to pass judgement, we are here to help those hurt by these businesses. Rather than focusing on the hypocrisy of the church community in the neighborhood (something I might point out is in place in every church, and even found in the Bible, so it’s not like we should be shocked this is happening anyway), we should focus on getting legislation passed to regulate these horrible loan rates. One of the great things about our nation is the separation of church and state, something our forefathers were incredibly proud of, so hemming and hawing about the immorality of the situation may have had some sway in Hester Prim's day, but in today’s society where our nation is just barely still predominantly Christian it won’t have much of an effect. And to play the Bible card back at you, in the words of Jesus, “Let him who is without sin cast the first stone.” So leave politics to politics and business to business where it belongs, and let whatever deity you believe in take care of the rest.

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Posted by P on 12/09/2013 at 12:13 PM

Re: “Mexican Independence Day edition

Jajajajajjajajajajajajjjajj LOL!!! I think that Gustavo Arellano doesn't have any idea of how is life on mexico, you only see bad things of mexican, but you don't see bad things of USA, "THE COUNTRY THAT ALL THE WORLD HATES", i think is because your ego are very very elevate, but if you write this post it's probably for attract attention on internet.
I want that you "gringo asqueroso" shut up you're fucking mouth and know more about us.

Posted by Oscar A. Torres on 09/16/2013 at 11:58 PM

Re: “Mexican Independence Day edition

I think only see the negative side the Mexico I hope someday to see the positive and well see how beautiful (:

Posted by Cynthia Paola BM on 09/16/2013 at 11:33 PM

Re: “Mexican Independence Day edition

i don't know if i should feel offended or if i should laugh about all the thing that i just read, but i think that maybe, if you just maybe could see what we the "rascuaches" do here in our homeland, you will totally change your mind... Just saying :)

Posted by Victoria Castañeda Lizalde on 09/16/2013 at 10:45 PM

Re: “Mexican Independence Day edition

i think that you have a wrong idea of mexico, maybe there's someone that think like that in México but not everyone are like that.

Posted by Veronica on 09/16/2013 at 8:11 PM

Re: “Mexican Independence Day edition

Chuyalex
You dont have any idea of what mexico is and also the ceremony of the independence day in mexico. This party isnt have comparison with all! the parties that other countries have. simply the best! The best part of this ceremony is the food! delicious!! Viva Mexico!

Posted by Chuy Alex Ortiz on 09/16/2013 at 7:56 PM

Re: “Letters from the week of November 25

I'm so sick of the hatred from Missourians and here is one way I am fighting it: http://www.change.org/petitions/flush-rush…

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Posted by Heather Woodside on 08/12/2013 at 4:41 PM

Re: “Here’s why Mexican men are so sexy, and what not to say when you wake up wanting to … you know

I dnt get why I love to date Mexicans I honestly don't ever since I was 13 or 14 that's all iv ever dated nd ever want to date or will date its nothing bad but I'm curious about it....my first kiss was a mexican nd my first was the same person from my first kiss in still attracted to him and other guys also the ilder Mexicans are the hottest thing to me for instance I'm 16 nd I have the hugest crush on a 25 yr old mexican we have did many bad things together nd still talk can somebody tell me why im in love with no other race but mexicans

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Posted by whitwhitlove on 05/27/2013 at 9:48 PM

Re: “Here’s why Mexican men are so sexy, and what not to say when you wake up wanting to … you know

Do Mexicans like black American women?

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Posted by annhuff on 05/19/2013 at 9:06 PM

Re: “One Wal-Mart Ain't Enough

I would LOVE to hear your thoughts now that the Raytown Board of Aldermen are considering yet ANOTHER Walmart (albeit a Walmart Neighborhood Market) in the downtown area. Ironically, it would have exemptions from the building standards applied to other businesses and is slated for the location of the former First Baptist Church. Just how many Walmart purchasing opportunities does a small town need?!

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Posted by Shelly LaChance Schuman on 05/09/2013 at 8:56 AM

Re: “Did Sen. Chris Koster plant a fake Missouri AG candidate?

Mr. Koster's attitude, questionable judgment and lack of interest in pursuing justice in the Ryan Ferguson case should scare the daylights out of all MO voters. Citizens of MO, cast your votes wisely because this could happen to you, your children or your grandchildren. Mr. Koster's denial of Ryan’s habeas petition and his argument that another hearing for Ryan is a “waste of judicial resources” is appalling. What could possibly be more justifiable than rectifying a wrongful conviction? Mr. Koster is well aware that Ryan Ferguson is an innocent man but choses to look the other way while trying to advance his own personal agenda. Do not take my word for this either, there is a plethora of information on the web by typing "Ryan Ferguson" into any search engine. You may also find court documents and other links on the FreeRyanFerguson.com page. Missouri Citizens please do your homework before the election.

Posted by Linda Hoppe on 04/11/2013 at 12:04 PM

Re: “Though it’s anything but disadvantaged, Mark One Electric Company gets minority-hiring contracts

But you should know that its a huge circle that pulls all the big businesses together, look at mambdc, their offices are actually housed in a building donated for use by Mark One Electric, who gets the largest portion (nearly all) of their electrical contracts through JE Dunn who sits on the board of mambdc. Its not hard to see who is a part of this, everyone who's site contains: MBE – MidAmerica Minority Business Development Council tells JE Dunn and Mark One that its a company that they should use. this is not about the minority community anymore, its a BIG business. I could write an essay on how this all fits together and it is so blatantly open that no one cares who knows.

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Posted by Really? on 02/24/2013 at 11:33 AM

Re: “Letters from the week of November 25

This is Guiseppi Gedaci's interpretation, through poetry, of Monet’s painting. It is at the Nelson.
“Getting Engaged”
Monet’s “Boulevard Des Capucines”

Monet’s Scene Seems Routine,
A Winter Night, a City Alive;
All the Movement and Joy,
The Event of the Year

Carriages, Lined Streets, Families,
Top Hats and Suits,
Dresses and Venders,
Cafes Over Booked

The Big Event in the Distance,
Dressed in Their Sunday Best;
Excitement of a Night on the Town,
Two Men Discuss Business,
Others the Joy of Life in Paris

Groups of People,
Walking Together;
Children Holding Hands,
They Huddle Close, No One Alone;
People Engaged, No Electronic Distractions

A Parent Explains to a Child,
Concerned with Their Every Whim;
Each Blur a Living, Engaging Being;
Inside Café’s Regulars Look On,
Trying to Guess Who Other’s Are
And Where They Are From

Yesterday As Today,
Thoughts of Being Ahead of the Past,
Only to Become It;
No Idea of the Future,
Trapped in the Time,
In Which They Were Born

It Speaks of a Connection,
Involvement, a Link;
An Unbroken Chain of Involvement,
They Can’t Break Away,
Because the Connection is Real, Physical

But a Closer Look,
The Strokes Are Blots,
Not a Painting with a Feathery Touch;
Oil Splattered Marks,
The Shapes Thrown Down;
Pinpoints of Anger and Disgust,
Brought On by Monet’s Cry

The Trees Too Bare,
Chill in the Air;
Overcast, Winter Wind No Effect;
It is Clean, Tamed, and Sterile,
More Than Just that Winter Night Out

Ghost Horses Pull the Lined Carriages,
Shades Are Blurred Souls,
Street Venders, Café’s Full, but Detail Lost;
Spirits Float Through Time,
Floating as if This Night Never Happened

Monet, His Time, His Art Gone,
No “Impressions” Any More,
Only Pixels and Electrons;
Limited Engagement and Clicks Away,
Key Strokes are Words in a Black and White Conversation;
The Colorless Scene,
Leaves Us Wanting to Engage

Monet Alone,
His Room Empty;
A Lost Link in the Chain,
Monet is Aloof;
View from a Life, Not From a Window,
Surrounded by a City Full of People, but Alone;
Some Seem to Look Back at Him,
Painted Shapes Slowly Moving Away

The Café Blurred with Intensity,
Monet Unable to Look,
The Distant Event Out of Focus;
They are Waiting for Him?
That Painter in the Window

Too Many Children are Painted Looking Up to Their Parents
He Colors Only the Balloons, No Vender?
A Child’s Desire Never Provided,
There is Ecstasy in Those Balloons;
To Hold on to Some Thing, Someone,
To Have Someone Grasp his Hand;
A Needed Reason to Get Out Among the Activity

From The Window, It is Grey and Black and White,
As You Get Closer There Are Glimpses of Color,
Because Color Comes When Involved;
Is that Someone Waving Monet to Come Down?

The Hotel Window Then,
The Glass Computer Screen Today,
But The Windows Are the Same;
Life Is Out There,
Too Easy to Exclude Yourself

Not a Painting of a Bustling Downtown Nightlife,
But of an Idea, a Need to Be a Part of the Event;
Loneliness is Only Window Away,
Longing for a Balloon, a Hand, a Hug, Conversation;
Monet’s View is a View Through a Tear

The Oil, the Blots,
Monet Orders Us to Get Engaged;
If Not Part of Life, Life is Out of Focus;
The Dream You Never Awake From,
A Continued Scene of a Need Unsatisfied

Monet Speaks to Us
“Go Get a Balloon”
“Go Hold a Hand, Please Hold a Hand”
Get Out and Engage;

Monet’s “Boulevard Des Capucines” Reminds Us,
Life is Not Meant to be Lived Though Windows

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Posted by Guiseppi Gedaci on 02/18/2013 at 3:11 PM

Re: “Letters from the week of November 25

I don't know whats gotton into me but lately I have been more concerned with the militarization of our local police departments. I know every police dept. in America goes to the same conventions which gets them on the same thought wave for training, equipment and whatever can be bought. So, I shouldn't be suprised that all of America's police depts. are starting to look the same. But what really concerns me is the thinking that our police force is starting to look like the military from wence I came, bloused boots, a weapons arsenal at their finger tips and the all too familiar skin head hair style.
I'm just wondering why we need to have such a military defined element as part of any local police dept.? Sure there are guns out there, always have been and always will be. But why can't our regularly trained force handle these types of local situations.
You can't ask these questions of a member of the dept. because he can only recite the company thought, so, does it fall upon us normal people to raise these issues with...with who? Who's in charge of them? How can we have this transformation examined. And, as citizens, do we want this in our local depts.
It may have been the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations that got me thinking this way after seeing the college cop spray peaceful demonstrators with a debilitating spray. By the way, Mr. Pike is no longer on the payroll at U. of Ca. Davis Campus. But with his tactical police training I wonder if he is on some other local police dept. I also wonder if he has learned how a peaceful demonstration is to be dealt with. Which brings me to my point, why do we need tactical police anyway? If we have a terrorist situation surely the Governor can rely on our State National Guard. In my mind it sends the wrong messege to our citizens to see military police roaming our streets. Put cops on foot patrol and get to know the neighborhoods. Stop treating local citizens like we are an occupied land.

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Posted by concerned on 01/09/2013 at 10:55 AM

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