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National Political Opinion / Re: obama
« on: August 26, 2008, 03:26:17 AM »
We are going to try and show you the video..

National Political Opinion / Re: obama
« on: August 26, 2008, 03:16:38 AM »
I have it recorded, it was when he was on the big screene, and was at someones home..
If you have tivo or dvr rewind it.
Rick, I never heard it say STL. Everything I heard from tonight  said KC, I  watched it on FOX news.

National Political Opinion / Re: obama
« on: August 26, 2008, 03:04:39 AM »
Live at the convention while talking to his wife and daughter just now he announced he was in St. Louis, then later his daughter asked where he was and he replied, "I am in Kansas City."

Local News / Commissioner's pass on last chance for Law Enforcement tax.
« on: August 26, 2008, 12:13:42 AM »
Today the County Commissioners were unable to muster a second vote on the law enforcement 1/2 cent sales tax or the county 1/4 cent tax.. Today was the deadline for this vote. Seems the County is running a $100,000.00 defecit this year.. This was their last chance to bail out a county that is running deficits, and now services will have to be cut, services that could mean life or death for some people...

Local News / Re: Daisy's
« on: August 25, 2008, 02:32:52 AM »
Daisys gone? Say it ain't so! She love me long time..

I will make you Ambassador of Sororities.  :woohoo:
That is just plain cruel :crying: :crying: *****
now i am going o go sit in the corner and pout :( :( :poke:

Heather 1,000,000,000
JTSunshine 0 :blowup:

I demand a recount!!

Find you own chicks, leave mine alone.

Rick' can you get me that Diane girls phone number?

Heather Loclear.  :{:{:
Hmmm I need to find a Rick Smiley - have to have one for all the candidates!
Who will your VP be?

County Government Opinion / Re: Crime Victims, Which matters more?
« on: August 24, 2008, 12:14:19 AM »
Folks we appreciate you doing your part to stop drug traffic in our area, but please don't post the person name unless you can prove they are doing it, and if you have proof please give it to JB. Feel free to talk about this problem, but please refrain from naming names in the open..

These type of posts can draw lawsuits. I am telling you this for your own good and mine..

County Government Opinion / Re: Crime Victims, Which matters more?
« on: August 23, 2008, 11:53:39 PM »
Two things come to mind when reading your post.
One he's short on manpower.
Two you have to catch them in the act, if they went and busted down every door they thought had dope behind it they would be getting sued regularly.. They can't bust down doors without court orders, and judges don't give them out without probable cause. Seeing traffic come in and out is not good enough. That's just the way it works..
I'd like to add that some of the people are in jail still from those busts..
JB, I do not expect an additional post from you. However, let's take a look at that bust where 40 people were recently busted. I commend you in the highest regard for accomplishing what I am sure, seemed impossible. However, how many of those 40 people are back on the streets today? I know personally of three who had federal charges for crack cocaine and heroin distribution who were released the following day. Two who live in the same house. How hard is that to monitor?  Shortly after their release, one of them wrecked a car while driving wrecklessly....probably strung out on something, with no consequences. How is that? There should be consequences in place (proactive) for those awaiting a court date in our federal courts. I know county has no control over this, however, if their lives were made impossible in our county, they would leave! If every time I walked out my front door and saw a cop lurking, I'd be a little intimidated and would hesitate to carry on business as usual. They obviously are not seeing the cops lurking and as a result, are not running scared. Attention to details has to take place in order to see what needs to be seen to remedy this situation. Someone is obviously overlooking the details. Come on JB, when you have a house full of people, and no one there works, the traffic in and out is endless, RED FLAG!!

Ok then..

Night Club, Bars, Night Life. / Re: Rocking R has a new name ?
« on: August 18, 2008, 06:27:56 PM »
Click on their ad at the top of this page.
So Rockin R got a new name ? and i take it new owners ? So what new things are going on there ?

And I can't stress enough that the current money shouldn't be cut. It should increase as the counties budget increases.

County Government Opinion / Re: Separate Ballot Issue Petition
« on: August 18, 2008, 02:40:23 AM »
Bill will just tell you no one supports this as he has told others. By saying that he is saying that he doesn't think we common folk know what is goog for us, so he doesn't think we should be able to decide for our selves.. Being the all powerfull ruler he is, he is smarter than us, and knows better what is best for us common folk. All hail King Bill.

County Government Opinion / Re: TAXES FOR LAW ENFORCMENT
« on: August 17, 2008, 04:32:32 PM »
I agree we shouldn't have to hire someone to do the Commissioners jobs.
On another note, the LE tax as proposed by King Bill is not acceptable.  King Bill is just trying to look good. I will vote against this measure as he wants half of this tax to go to his E D. I am sure he could come up with some money in another area if he tried. Of course, then he won't be able to afford that $30K secretary will he? He can take his economic developer and put it where the sun don't shine. We need the LE tax in it's entirety at 1/4 to 1/2 percent. Actually, we don't have ANY input. Billy has already made his decision. We citizens paying his exhorbitant salary don't count in the equation.

Local News / Re: Mobile Meth Lab
« on: August 15, 2008, 09:36:36 PM »
News Up Date
Pulaski County Sheriff J. B. King
Correction of Article Aug. 15, 2008
A recent news release from this office identified Lucas Gann of Dixon, Missouri, as charged with possession of a mobile drug lab. An incorrect address of 18995 Highway 28 was used in connection with the article.

Local News / Re: Holiday Inn & Ramada Inn Rumors
« on: August 15, 2008, 09:02:10 PM »
No one. See! I am consistent.

Huh???  Who did you have creditability with to begin with ??? :th_butt1-1:

Local News / Holiday Inn & Ramada Inn Rumors
« on: August 15, 2008, 06:53:32 PM »
Some from the Horses Mouth and one Hearsay, then again, people can change their minds... Thought I'd share this because you all love to know this stuff..  :yahoo:
Ramada will be literally bulldozing their hotel complex and building a new hotel on the property by the interstate, and selling off the rest of the land in lots..  This motel may be up to 4 floors, it will house about 80 rooms.. They have also bought the Rockin R Building, and will be opening it under the name Area 151.
The Farris family aka Holiday Inn is building a new Holiday Inn Next to McDonald's, they will be keeping the existing Holiday Inn Express also. The New Hotel will be much larger.

Fortunately for me I am not a Journalist so I can write dumb stuff like this and not lose Journalistic credibility..  ###$$#@!

Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: BIGFOOT
« on: August 15, 2008, 01:38:12 PM »
Once again Geezer is stalking my every move...
That was Rick staggering home from the bars

That was the way I heard it on KY3.
Shouldn't the topic read 5 people from Pulaski County indicted?

By the way I could use some E-Bay advice and I see you could use my services too.. We can call it even..205-3387, call me..
Consulting fee Rick!  I charge $25/hr for eBay consulting.  Time is money as you well know. lol.

I am 50 an hour, so if we talk you will only owe me 25 an hour.. LOL
Consulting fee Rick!  I charge $25/hr for eBay consulting.  Time is money as you well know. lol.

One of the people involved in this case had been in my office with a local business person getting free advice on getting traffic to his legit business web site. This has kinda become my specialty, it is one of the ways I will be earning money in the future.. I had no idea they had their own sites.. The amount of money involved here tells me I should raise my advice rates up from free.. I gave them free advice because I really didn't want the work at the time.. LOL

I wondered if they ever went after people doing this, it is well known you can get anything you want on the internet these days.. It is a shock that it was happening here, although when I spoke to one of my friends this morning, he said he had heard about this a year ago throught the rumor mill.
And they say we don't have any local industry.. LOL

This was a result of an investigation with the DEA. They have a special division known as the diversion unit that goes after drugs that leave the normal channel's of distribution.  They will return to our county.

This is a big story for this area, I'd think.

Looked up Hydrocodone, most of you may know it as Vicodin.. I don't know if it is true but I have heard that each Vicodin you have in your possession without a prescription is one felony count.

OK.. Here's the Story..
7 Mo. residents indicted in online pharmacy case.
  The U.S. Attorney's Office says seven central Missouri residents have been indicted for allegedly taking part in a $3.4 million conspiracy to deal prescription drugs over the Internet.

Prosecutors say the indictment is the first federal prosecution of an online pharmacy in Missouri.

The 17-count indictment accuses the defendants of operating Web sites and distributing hydrocodone and other drugs through fraudulent prescriptions.

The charges allege that scheme continued from sometime in 2005 until October 2007.

Charged in a 17-count indictment unsealed Wednesday were Anthony D. Holman, 33, and his wife, Arcelia Holman, 41, and her brother, Clifton J. Thibodeaux, Jr., 33, all of St. Robert, Mo.; Yvonna G. Bays, 46, and Marvin Eugene Nelson, 60, both of Waynesville, Mo., and Mark E. Fitzgerald, 36, and his wife, Nance R. Fitzgerald, 37, both of Eldon, Mo.

I was watching KY3 just now and I could swear they said seven people from Pulaski County have been Indicted with setting up an on line prescription drug site.

Local News / Mobile Meth Lab
« on: August 12, 2008, 04:49:58 AM »
News Release
Mobile Meth Lab
Pulaski County Sheriff J. B. King
Aug. 11, 2008 On 8-9-08
Pulaski County deputies responded to an address of 12330 Highway 28 near Dixon for a domestic dispute. The parties fled the area. As part of a follow up investigation the deputies became aware of a silver Ford truck that was parked nearby. Later that evening a Pulaski County deputy saw the truck near Rt. C and Highway 28 in Dixon. When the deputy turned around to go after the truck the vehicle accelerated away from him on Rt. C. The deputy located the truck, which had wrecked, at the intersection of 4th and Maple streets in Dixon, Mo. The female driver had fled on foot; the male passenger was still in the vehicle. The truck was found to contain the components of an active methamphetamine lab. The male passenger was taken into custody and a statement of probable cause was filed with the Pulaski County Prosecutor.
The subject was charged with possession of chemicals with the intent to manufacture a controlled substance. His bond was set at $30,000.00 cash or surety by Judge Colin P. Long. The subject was identified at Lucas L. Gann, age 25, of 18995 Highway 28, Dixon, Mo. Mr. Gann remains in the Pulaski County jail pending the posting of bond.
The charge for which Mr. Gann was arrested is a mere accusation and not evidence of guilt. Evidence in support of that charge must be presented in a court of competent jurisdiction whose duty is to determine guilt or innocence.

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