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National News / Re: Hannah Montana star poses half nude
« on: April 29, 2008, 05:33:20 AM »
All hype she's helping pepertrate. Sad that they are allowed to do this with 15 year olds..
Really bad timing after the announcement that 31 of 53 teen girls ages 14 to 17 at the polygamist compound ranch are pregnant or had a baby..

I do something similar with my signature, after signing for so many things for so many years I just simplified it. My excuse was lazyness. I write RLD is all now..


Read the part some one wrote called "Save your quarters.." Then read where the editor told people to spend 2 quarters for Saturdays paper.
Thought I would die laughing.

Almost sounds like court will be in session tommorrow, at the Commissioner's meeting. What is crazy about this is, the Commissioner's have nothing to do with this. They can't rule on anything, or do anything about it, it is out of their hands.

And now we know the rest of the story.

Local News / Don't know entire story, but here is a letter to read.
« on: April 28, 2008, 02:57:56 AM »
I am sure the Daily Guide will have something on this subject, this week.

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« on: April 27, 2008, 05:01:01 PM »
Here is what they wrote.
Pulaski County Sheriff J.B. King indicated that Holloway also may be a suspect in recent robberies within his county, including the Taco Bell Restaurant in St. Robert.

« on: April 27, 2008, 03:29:19 PM »
Wasn't an exact quote. But I think JB realizes he hadn't said it anywhere else.
Do you mean they are taking what is said on message boards and quoting it in the newspaper?? :(

« on: April 27, 2008, 02:13:51 PM »
Yes, and they share information/stories too. I read the article, it wasn't sensationalized like I thought it might be. It said that the Sheriff said he was a suspect in the Taco Bell robberies.. We all know it may have been a little out of context..
Does the same parent company still own Rolla Daily and Waynesville DG?

« on: April 27, 2008, 12:55:09 PM »
Wow, that blows me away.. Sensationalism at it's finest.

     It is a hard world. I got quoted in the Rolla Daily News on this topic as I "indicated" that he was a suspect by posting the above. Guess I better watch what I say better.


Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Another name game
« on: April 26, 2008, 10:02:19 PM »
I sang to a noodle because big bird said to, and he's my leader.

« on: April 25, 2008, 10:43:50 PM »
Are we thinking these two crimes are connected?
    You may be closer than you think. Try reading the KSDK post a few topics down from here.

Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Weekly Sheriff's reports.
« on: April 25, 2008, 10:39:11 PM »
4-11 to 4-17

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« on: April 25, 2008, 09:18:19 PM »
Well, I am not sure how the Domino's will fall, but I hope they catch these punks soon.

« on: April 25, 2008, 09:08:48 PM »
Lets face it, that's the Hub of crime in this area.

« on: April 25, 2008, 09:07:38 PM »
Not sure, but I think one of them is Ryan's offspring.

Isn't one of them Crazy Jack's kid?

« on: April 25, 2008, 09:04:06 PM »
Mayor McCheese said he will do his best to get to the bottom of this crime.

« on: April 25, 2008, 09:01:20 PM »
 Heard the thieves hung out with that skank Ruby Tuesday.

« on: April 25, 2008, 08:37:05 PM »
Would you like some fries with that gun?

« on: April 25, 2008, 12:42:02 PM »
I heard it was the Hamburglar..

I heard on the scanner a couple of nights ago that taco bell was robbed?  Does anyone know any info?

Religion Opinion / Re: How Does the Devil Control Human Life?
« on: April 23, 2008, 11:01:12 PM »
Why do Creationists have to believe that the evolution is wrong, that the Earth is only 10,000 years old and that dinosaurs roamed the Earth with me less than 10,000 years ago?

Are they afraid that if that part is wrong, the whole Bible is wrong and therefore their religion is wrong?

Can't they believe in God without the Bible?

Or do they stone women to death who have sex out of wedlock, like the Bible tells them, just to make sure every word in the Bible is true?

City Government Opinion / Re: Waynesville PD-- Rumor or Truth?
« on: April 23, 2008, 07:49:01 PM »
There you go the Daily Guide article explains it better than I did.

City Government Opinion / Re: Waynesville PD-- Rumor or Truth?
« on: April 23, 2008, 07:46:32 PM »
OK.. First of all do not quote me on this as it is based on my recollection of our conversations, and I am unfamiliar with police terminology. And remember I may have misunderstood him completely.
 Chief Carter tells me that it is not just the county , this includes all departments, commissions have been pulled from St. Robert, Richland and Crocker also. This was brought about in response to a law suit that has been filed. One of his concerns is liability, and man power issues that are affecting his department. He says new laws are now in place and these dual cards are not necessary, his officers can arrest anywhere now. He has no ill feelings toward any Chief of police, or the Sheriff, this has nothing to do with that. I fall back to it seemed he is mostly concerned with having his officers available when he needs them. That's my take on this, from speaking to him.

City Government Opinion / Re: Waynesville PD-- Rumor or Truth?
« on: April 23, 2008, 07:12:29 PM »
Waiting for a call back from Chief Bob Carter. Will try and get the skinny for you all..

Restaurant Opinion / Re: Crazy Jacks Sports Bar and Grill
« on: April 22, 2008, 05:32:38 PM »
Now for the big mans review.. Ate there last night.. Nice staff, had your typical eye candy waitresses. LOL..  Seated promptly. Drinks ordered fast, and delivered fast, large glasses too.. Menu was small, had no kids items on it so I asked, got my daughter grilled cheese she seemed to like it, and I tried her fries they were good.. Tried to order my mom shrimp alfredo and thay said they just ran out of alfredo sauce, this was 4:30pm. I then ordered my mom salmon steak, with baked potato.. I ordered the prime rib and baked potato. The menu said that a vegetable came with it, I asked what vegetable and she said brown beans, or macaroni with tomato mixed in. I passed..
Steak was good had a little to much fat but it was a Prime Rib. Salmon tasted good. Potato was hot but small. Salad bar was good. The texas toast was the best I'd had in town. For desert we had Blackberry Cobler, large serving and good as you would expect.  I ordered the desert because I didn't feel full, but I felt really full after that.. I must add I had not ate anything that day until then.
OH, food came fast, and yes they were on to me, and knew who I was.

County Government Opinion / Re: Crime Victims, Which matters more?
« on: April 21, 2008, 01:49:13 AM »
I have never had a problem with anything you posted.. Maybe a little concerned for you about your comments during your tenure as a Commissioner.. LOL
My only goal ever is to get to the truth, keep fights from getting unproductive, and not let things turn to name calling, like some sites we have seen... I try to be the cooler head at times.. Go figure.. I do, however, love what I have learned from you all.. Thanks..

Law101, I concur with you. Any student of police knows it all starts with the troops, the "foot-soldiers" if you will. I thought jbs question was if a detective corp. could be developed, should we, and I agree if possible to do so. In my opinion, I think we have good deputy's and response to danger. I have found their response to be quite quick and efficient. I guess maybe that is where I disagree with some on here.
And, I know about domestic calls etc, I actually teach that information. I never intended that as it may have appeared. I was referring to some duplication issues. You are very knowledgeable and kind as usual.
matrsnot, I do not know if crime is up? Hard facts I mean. Is there any empirical data to demonstrate this? Also, if crime is in fact up do you think it may be "cause-and-effect" issues due to such a poor economy at the present time?
Yankee, I was also referring to baseball too, though I actually do not hate the Yankees...just the Cubs...those dam Cubs. When you say I am critical toward the dept. last couple of weeks, perhaps it sounds as so, however I wish to make it clear that I am critical of information being placed in the media that causes dichotomy among others, lowers morale of the hard-working deputy's, and would perhaps lead citizens to think there are no cops and we are being over-run by criminals. I am posting, what Fox would call...balance, even though many of you disagree. That is what this site is for: opinions, and it is my opinion, thanks to dedicated and hard-working men and women in the police troops, that Pulaski County is as safe as possible; from a police perspective. I make a lot of these post for the many (thousands) of people who read this site, who are not political, JB's politcal supporters, or may be new to our area; or moving here. We have excellent police protection, I do not think crime is higher (at least until we receive some empirical data), I do not think the sheriff's dept. will fold, I do not agree or believe for one second that the county commission is anti-police. I will continue to post some of these issues, at least for new citizens or those who may be checking on here who are moving here (which happens a lot); unless of course Rick says not to.
   That does not mean I am anti-JB or anti-police. It means I have a different view than he (JB) on many of these issues.

County Government Opinion / Re: Crime Victims, Which matters more?
« on: April 20, 2008, 05:10:32 AM »
You guys better be digging your heels in, the bars are about to let out.. LOL

County Government Opinion / Re: Crime Victims, Which matters more?
« on: April 20, 2008, 04:54:48 AM »
Now, on the subject at hand.. I understand both sides of the isle on this one.. I understand JB's frustration with funds, and especially even more stress in an election year.. I get why you are upset JB.. I really do.. I can't even imagine how hard it is to do your job with insufficient funds, so when I say I understand, I really only think I do.. I understand you are saying that the Commissioners have dropped the ball, and I assume you mean on the law enforcement tax, because from what I understand is, with the current budget they do not have the money to give you.. That is my take on it and what I believe to be true. I am also in agreement with you on the law enforcement tax matter, you need help, and we need protection.

I also get what Gary is trying to say, and I can see why some of you may construe it as anti JB.. I really don't think that is his intention at all.. I know exactly what he means when he says, the county doesn't have enough money to operate properly.. I think the Commissioners would gladly fund his needs if they had the funds..

This opinion is just me looking in, and not taking sides.. I think this is mostly a misunderstanding.. I think both of you feel you are being attacked by the other. I also believe neither of you meant for that to happen. Both of you passionately love this county like I do, and thats what drives this argument.

County Government Opinion / Re: Crime Victims, Which matters more?
« on: April 20, 2008, 04:36:35 AM »
I always am the one trying not to break your rules, or should i say laws JB.. Makes me feel like a big shot to see ya watching your step on here.. LOL

   I do not think you followed me on this one. It does matter to me what the citizens think about our job performance issues. But it does not matter to the Commission. If it did they would fund us much better. Running a Sheriff's Department in a county this size with an $800,000.00 yearly budget? What a joke ! Not one penny for a car in four full years! Another joke!

On second thought joke is not the right word but I don't think Rick will let me use the correct word on here.


County Government Opinion / Re: Crime Victims, Which matters more?
« on: April 19, 2008, 07:31:21 PM »
I say dress the POW's in a g string, give them an empty rifle and force them to charge the enemy lines.. Use your mortars to keep them charging forward.. My leadership qualities are shining through now..

     With all due respect, it should matter what the citizens think since everyone at the courthouse should have to answer to them.  Yes, the commission is an issue, I will not dispute that.  Hopefully, the citizens think that is a problem and will correct it.  You have taken huge steps in trying to bring the department up to a properly equipped agency.  KUDOS.  I love that. 
     Granted, you only have a small amount of people to work with.  I got that.  You have a limited budget, I got that.  The sales tax is not going to be on the ballot this year, I got that.  There may not be enough money to last all year, I got that.  I understand everything to include the Sheriff's Office is between the eight ball and the corner pocket and the cue ball is bearing in fast. 
     I don't care about my workload.  You know I would work eighty hours a week if my body would take it for an extended period of time. In fact, I would do it for free if I could afford to.  You also know, I will continue to bust my hump until you decide you do not need me anymore. 
     I do care about that crime victim.  I do care about doing the right thing.  I do care about working with the city council of St. Robert to start a pawn shop registry.  I do care about starting internet predator stings.  I do care about being aggressive so the criminals begin to feel unwelcome.  I do care about having properly trained law enforcement.   
     Some of these things will not happen until funding is available. Some of them CAN happen if the time is spent to figure out how.  Since these are issues that will affect the citizens, I think it does matter what the citizens think. 

     Let's try a different approach.  Let's say you are a squad commander protecting a village.  If I remember correctly, a squad generally runs about 12 people. You've been given an additional six people which brings you to eighteen.  You have three missions in life. Keep the general happy, guard your POWs, and protect the village until relief arrives or you are no longer an operational unit.
     You take eight people and set up POWs camps.  You put 11 people on the front line to fight the battle and one behind them with a mortar tube.  For several days, this is effective in keeping the flood of enemy combatants away from the village. 
     However, the enemy soon masses troops on the horizon but may be inside mortar range.  Would it not make sense to set up more mortars and possibly reduce the amount of bodies your front line guys have to deal with, even though it might reduce your number strength on the front line. 
     Now, let's add this twist.  Since you see the enemy massing, you call the "national guard" [aka reserve] units that you have available and reinforce your line.   

Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Weekly Sheriff's reports.
« on: April 17, 2008, 05:39:20 PM »
Yes people come out of their homes and start to interact with the public again, after months of forgeting how to act.. I call it spring fever..
It's just starting.  When the weather warms up the calls explode.