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Restaurant Opinion / Re: Jersey Shores Subs
« on: March 13, 2007, 06:02:07 AM »
Agree.

AWESOME!!!!!!SOOOOO GOOD!!!! Beats Subway

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Tell us your favorite Joke / How fights get started over nothing.
« on: March 12, 2007, 04:33:53 AM »
Click on picture.


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City Government Opinion / Re: Cameras at traffic lights??
« on: March 11, 2007, 03:43:10 PM »
I programed him to write that to prove this to you. #!><:"" You know it.

We are fortifying the PCSD to protect him!! Call volume and gas is goin up!!  *****

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City Government Opinion / Re: Cameras at traffic lights??
« on: March 11, 2007, 03:36:36 PM »
When you sign up for this site it automatically installs a chip in your brain, and my scanners, that you think are cameras, can then control your thoughts, and actions. Paranoid people remember, I am watching you.

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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: March 11, 2007, 02:53:04 AM »
The Sheriff’s View #11, Week of March 12 to 16, 2007

Welcome aboard one more time. I am starting this column on Saturday morning and it looks like it will be a fine day to be outside goofing off and not in front of a computer trying to write a column. I find that doing this column is a lot of hard work. But so far the vast majority of the people who have spoken to me about the column tell me they enjoy reading the information that I include in the column. Most of you even understand my twisted sense of humor. But like any action that is taken there is sometimes an adverse reaction.

This past week there was a critical letter to the editor in the Daily Guide that attacked several of my statements from a recent column that concerned the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department budget. I shall respond to that letter later with my own letter but for now I would like to say that I have a written copy of the 2007 Phelps County Sheriff’s Budget in front of me and the main budget total for them is $4,010,583.50. There are a few other funds that are not listed in this budget and some odds and ends in other monies that are accounted for elsewhere. But the bottom line is that Sheriff Don Blankenship again told me the total budget for his department is “about $4.2 million” for 2007.

I would like to say that I try to make my statements of fact in this column as accurate as possible. If I make a mistake or someone points out a mistake I will do a correction. If it is a matter of opinion or my own method for the handling of a special problem then that would be open to argument at times. But I will try to make facts and figures accurate. I will also throw in a little humor at times, but that humor does not always go over well with some people. I have learned that no matter what I do or how well I do something; there will always be somebody complaining about my actions or statements. So I have a request for those readers, who want to see me stop this weekly column, be sure and tell me in person to stop over the next two weeks.

The service call/case number count as of this morning was 1,441. One of those numbers will be a written report I must do in connection with a fatal traffic accident that occurred on 3-6-07. This report will be done as the Pulaski County Coroner. As I told you last week the other Coroners were out of town for training and I was going to be the Coroner for three days. The case involved a car and a pedestrian on I-44 near the Ft. Wood overpass. The accident has already been reported in our local media so I will not give out the facts.

I had a request from a reader for some information a few weeks ago. My apology for the slow response but I have been a busy boy. The revised Missouri statutes you are looking for are as follows: Sections 578.005, 578.009, 578.012 and 322.090. If you will read those four laws you will have just about everything you needed on the issue of dogs running free in the County.

I would like to announce the employment of two new persons with our department. Monica Prado recently moved here from Texas. She is a certified Dispatcher and a Certified Jailer. She will work dispatch. Michele Brown recently moved here from Kansas. She is a Certified Jailer and will become, so far as we know, the first female jail staff member in our department history. Both of our new employees are in training at their new work stations and the early indications are that neither is going to need a whole lot of training.

In last week’s column I told you the future of our 1993 Chevrolet Caprice car that we use as a jail transport vehicle was in doubt due to the large number of mechanical defects we had recently discovered. After due consideration of the car’s advanced age, mileage, and general poor condition we have decided that we cannot in good faith put any more repair money into this unit. The next problem is how do we replace the car? I shall ask the local dealers for bids this week on a newer jail van. Not sure how we will be able to purchase the unit right now but we will try to figure out a way.

As the weather begins to warm up our workload will start to climb. I already know that we will not have the officers available to respond to every call but we will try to get to the more serious calls. I ask that you all remember that we did not get the extra officers in this years budget that I requested and we can only do so much with the small number of officers that we have. But we will try, the officers will work on their days off and rack up a lot of overtime to try and keep up with the calls. Please be patient with us.

Once again it is time to end this week’s column so I will again ask that you drive careful and stay legal. We do have room in the jail system but we also do not want your visit. The jail lights are on!

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Oh yes! I forgot. LOL


               Happens to me all the time!!!

                       JB

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Music, Bands, Concerts? / Re: Lead singer of the band Boston dies
« on: March 10, 2007, 02:52:27 PM »
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Lead singer of the band Boston dies

03/10/2007 2:10 AM, AP


Brad Delp, the lead singer for the band Boston, was found dead Friday in his home in southern New Hampshire. He was 55.

Atkinson police responded to a call for help at 1:20 p.m. and found Delp dead. Lt. William Baldwin said in a news release that there was no indication of foul play.

"There was nothing disrupted in the house. He was a fairly healthy person from what we're able to ascertain," Police Chief Philip Consentino told WMUR-TV.

Delp apparently was alone at the time, Baldwin said.

The cause of death remained under investigation. Police said an incident report would not be available until Monday.

Delp sang on Boston's 1976 hits "More than a Feeling" and "Long Time." He also sang on Boston's most recent album, "Corporate America," released in 2002.

He joined the band in the early 1970s after meeting Tom Scholz, an MIT student interested in experimental methods of recording music, according to the group's official Web site. The band enjoyed its greatest success and influence during its first decade.

The band's last appearance was in November 2006 at Boston's Symphony Hall.

On Friday night, the Web site was taken down and replaced with the statement: "We just lost the nicest guy in rock and roll."

A call to the Swampscott, Mass., home of Boston guitarist Barry Goudreau was not immediately returned Friday night.



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Music, Bands, Concerts? / Lead singer of the band Boston dies
« on: March 10, 2007, 02:38:46 PM »
Lead singer of the band Boston dies

03/10/2007 2:10 AM, AP


Brad Delp, the lead singer for the band Boston, was found dead Friday in his home in southern New Hampshire. He was 55.

Atkinson police responded to a call for help at 1:20 p.m. and found Delp dead. Lt. William Baldwin said in a news release that there was no indication of foul play.

"There was nothing disrupted in the house. He was a fairly healthy person from what we're able to ascertain," Police Chief Philip Consentino told WMUR-TV.

Delp apparently was alone at the time, Baldwin said.

The cause of death remained under investigation. Police said an incident report would not be available until Monday.

Delp sang on Boston's 1976 hits "More than a Feeling" and "Long Time." He also sang on Boston's most recent album, "Corporate America," released in 2002.

He joined the band in the early 1970s after meeting Tom Scholz, an MIT student interested in experimental methods of recording music, according to the group's official Web site. The band enjoyed its greatest success and influence during its first decade.

The band's last appearance was in November 2006 at Boston's Symphony Hall.

On Friday night, the Web site was taken down and replaced with the statement: "We just lost the nicest guy in rock and roll."

A call to the Swampscott, Mass., home of Boston guitarist Barry Goudreau was not immediately returned Friday night.


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Night Club, Bars, Night Life. / Re: Has anyone heard the rumor?
« on: March 10, 2007, 01:47:20 PM »
As far as I know I was the first DJ in this town, I had moved back here around 82 and had lived in cities where dj's were the norm, and I told Young from Silver Star about DJ's. I worked for her for about a year, but, I was working full time and told her to find someone with good equipment and some lights, because I was never real big on wanting to do it. She then found JR, he came here from Germany I think. A While later I was approached by Ramada, by someone who had leased the bar, ended up packing that place, once we did the owners of the motel freaked out due to all the problems huge crowds brought in, and kicked the person leasing it out. A  little later Wally called me and asked me to come see him at the Pine. I walked in the Pine on a Friday night and he had 3 customers at 10pm. I took the job but told him I will play my style of music, he agreed. Three weeks after I started, I walked in on a Friday evening at 8pm and the club was packed, worked there about 2 months until Wally told me he wanted to change what I was doing, I told him, "I packed your club, and you want me to change? Goodbye." Then the Top Hat hired me and I packed that club for two years, and after watching the owners greed for one day too long I walked, I think she closed her doors about 6 months later. That was the end of my DJ days.

Maybe it was later when I worked there, hell I DJed at every club here, starting with the old Pine Steak House back in 93-94 time frame, then the Gas Light (Back before it was a strip club), Annie Roos, Bull Pen, and Shenanigans, plus I did shifts at the old B98. Heck I even worked at the old Arches, and years later, tried to DJ for the original Aussie Jacks (which was at the old Arches place). Man were those two hard to work for
All I can remember about the Bull Pen, Mrs. Farris asked me if I would come over as they had no one. I started DJing, and we had a real good crowd, and Farris had started his Rock Band, and they would play out front in the sports bar. Suddenly over night, he walks in says we are no longer a Country Bar, we are a rock bar, and he band would play there from now on. Of course the country crowd split, and the only people left were his groupies, because the band really sucked. They had potential, but need to stay in the garage and practice more, instead of trying to do concerts. After a month or two of that, I quit and went back to Shenanigans, then after I retired from the Army, quit all together. Just wasn't fun anymore, there was no real money in it, I was single, needed something to do as a hobby and this worked out fine, plus Karaoke was taking over the scene, and I could not sit there straight face listening to people scream all night


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Maybe someone is jealous? I am just trying to figure out why something positive, becomes a negative.


She only goes to the schools for presentations, correct?  If that's the case, how much time does it take from regular police duty?  I think if people are responding to a DARE program, let her do it!  I was a student in DARE back in high school and can remember going to a school to talk to younger kids.  It was a wonderful experience that will stay with me forever.  I grew up in Kansas City, MO so I realize it's a much larger area, but that again this takes me back to the question...how much time does it take away from her "job"?  If doing this is preventing drug/alcohol use in ANY way, wouldn't that in turn lessen the time needed on the streets???  Thanks for posting, Rick.

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She is doing a great job with DARE, why stop her?  Shes good for our community, and we need more people like her. Take another look city council. With role models like her in this town we could have less need for police in our future.





DARE growth prompts review
 
 
Darrell Todd Maurina

St. Robert police have a problem, but it’s not necessarily a bad problem: too many schools like Officer Crystal Nunn, who was asked to begin a Drug Abuse Resistance Education program at Freedom Elementary School and now handles several other programs at schools on Fort Leonard Wood.

Nunn had worked as a police officer in St. Robert before she left for a suburban St. Louis police agency where she received training as a DARE officer. When she returned to the St. Robert Police Department last year, city officials decided it would be good to use her DARE training to begin a program when the Waynesville R-VI School District opened a new elementary school in St. Robert.

 
St. Robert City Administrator Norman Herren asked members of the St. Robert Finance Committee what they should do next.

“We started out with the idea that we had a qualified DARE officer and we would use her in the school since it was the first school in the city,” Herren said. “She turned out to be fantastic and we’ve gotten more and more requests to use her.”

That’s good for the schools but not so good for St. Robert police, who can’t use her for road patrol duty when she’s working in schools.

 
 
Alderman Todd Williams asked how other communities handle the DARE program; Herren said no other school system in the area has a certified DARE officer and said he didn’t think Fort Leonard Wood military police were now using the DARE program.

Alderman Theresa Cook, who chairs the finance committee and is a Waynesville administrative employee, said she’d check with other cities and school systems on how they handle the DARE program and would report back to the committee.



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DARE growth prompts review
 
 
Darrell Todd Maurina

St. Robert police have a problem, but it’s not necessarily a bad problem: too many schools like Officer Crystal Nunn, who was asked to begin a Drug Abuse Resistance Education program at Freedom Elementary School and now handles several other programs at schools on Fort Leonard Wood.

Nunn had worked as a police officer in St. Robert before she left for a suburban St. Louis police agency where she received training as a DARE officer. When she returned to the St. Robert Police Department last year, city officials decided it would be good to use her DARE training to begin a program when the Waynesville R-VI School District opened a new elementary school in St. Robert.

 
St. Robert City Administrator Norman Herren asked members of the St. Robert Finance Committee what they should do next.

“We started out with the idea that we had a qualified DARE officer and we would use her in the school since it was the first school in the city,” Herren said. “She turned out to be fantastic and we’ve gotten more and more requests to use her.”

That’s good for the schools but not so good for St. Robert police, who can’t use her for road patrol duty when she’s working in schools.

 
 
Alderman Todd Williams asked how other communities handle the DARE program; Herren said no other school system in the area has a certified DARE officer and said he didn’t think Fort Leonard Wood military police were now using the DARE program.

Alderman Theresa Cook, who chairs the finance committee and is a Waynesville administrative employee, said she’d check with other cities and school systems on how they handle the DARE program and would report back to the committee.


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Local News / We have Rats? Where you at Alan? Daily Guide Story.
« on: March 10, 2007, 05:07:43 AM »
Clark declares war on rats, junk in city

Published: Thursday, March 8, 2007 5:22 PM CST
 
Photo by Darrell Todd Maurina Waynesville Councilman Alan Clark tells Waynesville Economic Development Committee members that he’s sick of junk in the city and wants it removed.
Darrell Todd Maurina

Waynesville Councilman Alan Clark said Tuesday evening that he’s fed up with nuisances in the city.

Clark, the former public works director and planning and zoning administrator for St. Robert who now works in a similar capacity with American Eagle on the new residential construction at Fort Leonard Wood, told members of the Waynesville Economic Development Committee that there’s no reason residents should have to put up with junk-filled lots, dilapidated buildings and rat-infested yards.

 
“There’s no way that I would want to bring my family down from Nebraska or up from Oklahoma or up from South Carolina and stand them on Historic Route 66 next to junk to watch a Christmas parade,” Clark said. “That’s embarrassing.”

Committee chairman Luge Hardman agreed.

“You’re not going to have commercial development unless you have an attractive area that people do want to come and see, and that’s obviously what we’ve been trying to do for the past few years,” Hardman said. “That, I think, is the purpose of the nuisance ordinances.”

 
 
Hardman said she believes the city’s nuisance ordinances have helped spur many residents to clean up their property without being forced to do so, but Clark said progress can’t come fast enough.

“The building department is doing a good job trying to stay on top of something that’s been allowed to fester for years,” Clark said.

“We have still got a long way to go,” Clark said. “In my opinion it still doesn’t amount to a hill of beans if you’ve got to drive through an absolute garbage dump to get there.”

 
 
Clark said any residents who want to drive to downtown have to go through areas of the city that he called the “absolute pigsty of this town.”

The city’s worst problems are concentrated in wards one and two, Clark said.

“A lot of these properties are worth more with the building down,” Clark said. “Now you have to go down there and it’s hand-to-hand combat with rats, feral cats, and anything else that’s roaming around down there.”

 
 
“It should not be that way; the residents of Waynesville deserve better,” Clark said. “I am absolutely going to go on a tear the next 12 months until either I don’t run or get defeated or whatever. I am going to start holding people accountable.”

Clark said anyone who questions his tenaciousness will find that he “digs in like a tick,” and said he wants to help overworked city staff who already have too much to do.

Fixing up the city is more than beautification, Clark said.

 
 
“The complacency by some people who have allowed this to continue is unacceptable,” Clark said. “If I’ve got unlawful things on my mind, I’m going to look for areas of town where I’m going to see there’s no code enforcement, no property maintenance enforcement, no nuisance enforcement, and I’m going to move in there because that tells me right away that’s a low profile area and I can pretty much do whatever I want to: drugs, meth labs, and prostitution.”

Key improvements recently have included tearing down several dilapidated buildings including J.C. Manor and the sale of the Oaks Apartments to a new landlord who has pledged to get rid of criminal elements among the tenants, Clark said. Clark said he wanted to thank those owners and ask other to follow suit.


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Business Opinion / Re: Lowes
« on: March 09, 2007, 11:50:09 PM »
When you are buying lumber, I like to look at the price before I buy it, at Meeks it's outside. When I built my back deck I saw where the 16 foot 2 by 10 treated was 8 dollars lower than the 14 footers. Never would have known that at Meeks.

This is one I found where Meeks was less expensive.....prehung interior six panel doors. 47 cents cheaper! plus the gas money I saved not driving out of town!

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Business Opinion / Re: Lowes
« on: March 09, 2007, 11:46:45 PM »
Biggest difference is that Lowes has more selection, if you are worried about Meeks, think what it will do to Fields. I went to Meeks this week and had to buy 16 foot baords instead of 8 foor boards, because they were out, that is automatically more expensive. I buy odds and ends stuff at Meeks for that very reason, Lowes gets my bulk buy.

The competition between Meeks and Lowe's should prove to be very interesting in the near future I think...which is a good thing for us....the poor buyer.....

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Local News / Re: Drug bust.
« on: March 09, 2007, 02:57:41 PM »
Funny.

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Local News / Drug bust.
« on: March 09, 2007, 04:29:12 AM »
Press Release

Drug Search Warrant

Pulaski County Sheriff J. B. King

March 8, 2007

During an ongoing drug investigation by the St. Robert City Police Department they developed information that led to an address in Pulaski County outside of the St. Robert City limits. The St. Robert Police Detectives contacted the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department and a joint investigation was started. Further assistance was requested from the Lake Area Narcotic Enforcement Group. This investigation led to the issuance of a search warrant for a residence on Rocky Mount Lane in the Buckhorn area.

The search warrant was served at 3:45pm on March 8, 2007, by the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department along with officers from the Lake Area Narcotic Task force and two members of the Detective Division of the St. Robert City Police Department. The search uncovered a large number of Ecstasy tablets. The search also resulted in the discovery of a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the residence.

One white male and one black male who were in the residence were arrested and taken to the Pulaski County Jail where they are being held for 24 hours pending the formal filing of charges. At this time the subjects will not be identified.

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Someone has to investigate stuff. Lord knows the Sheriff's department doesn't have the funds to do so.


Was there any complaints/comments about the smell of smoke in the Sheriff's Office there today?  My day dispatcher said Mr. Ransdall came into the Communications Center asking about the smell of smoke. He must be doin more investigatin!

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Yes, Thanks, learned it from the Daily Guide. LOL

     That is quite the attention getting Headline, isn't it!

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Might be morning before I get it on line.



Dang it, I missed another good meeting.......can hardly contain myself to see this video....popcorn is ready.......hehehe

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Local News / Porn on the agenda at County Commissioners meeting today.
« on: March 08, 2007, 02:50:52 PM »
Judy Tillet and Mike Dunbar will be appearing at the county Commissioners meeting today, to discuss PORN. I will let you know when the video is ready to watch.

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Music, Bands, Concerts? / ACMs Ain't Whistlin' Dixie (Chicks)
« on: March 06, 2007, 01:50:04 PM »
ACMs Ain't Whistlin' Dixie (Chicks)

03/05/2007 5:12 AM, E! Online
Julie Keller

Sure they swept the Grammy Awards, but apparently the Dixie Chicks don't fly with the Academy of Country Music.

Nominations were announced Monday for the annual ACM Awards and there was nary a Chick to be found despite the Texas trio's five Grammys for Taking the Long Way. The Chicks have won 10 ACMs in their career, including Entertainer of the Year in 2000, but have been shunned by the Nashville establishment since their President Bush-bashing comments in 2003.

While the Academy of Country Music isn't ready to make nice with the Chicks, the organization made sure the usual Nasville-pleasing subjects were accounted for, led by George Straight, Brooks & Dunn and Rascal Flatts.

Strait, who has collected 15 ACM trophies over the course of his career, notched a leading six awards this year, including the top prize, Entertainer of the Year. Strait will also compete for Male Vocalist, Album of the Year for It Just Comes Natural, Single Record of the Year and Song of the Year, both for "Give It Away," and Video of the Year for "Seashores of Old Mexico."

Brooks & Dunn and Rascal Flatts will face off with Strait in the Entertainer of the Year and Album of the Year categories. Brooks & Dunn are also contending for Top Vocal Duo, Video of the Year and Vocal Event of the Year, while Rascal Flatts is gunning for Top Vocal Group and Single Record of the Year. Brooks & Dunn will also receive the Humanitarian Award.

Kenny Chesney, Vince Gill and Tim McGraw round out the race for Entertainer of the Year.

While she didn't make the cut for the usually testosterone heavy Entertainer of the Year race, Grammy-certified Best New Artist Carrie Underwood is vying for five ACMs: Top Female Vocalist, Album of the Year for Some Hearts and Song of the Year, Single Record of the Year and Video of the Year for “Before He Cheats.” Underwood was named Top New Female Vocalist at the 2006 ACMs.

(It was a good day for American Idol alums as Kellie Pickler picked up a nod for Top New Female Vocalist.)

Other top nominees include the duo Big & Rich, who received four nominations, and Gill, Josh Turner and Gretchen Wilson, who each scored three noms.

The nominations were announced at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville by 2006's Entertainer of the Year, Chesney, and the duo Sugarland, who won for Top New Duo or Vocal Group in 2006.

"Whenever you get nominated, it's a reflection of a lot of people's hard work," Chesney said.

The 42nd Annual Awards will be given out May 15 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and will air live on CBS.

The complete list of nominees:

Entertainer of the Year:

  • Brooks & Dunn   • Kenny Chesney   • Tim McGraw   • Rascal Flatts   • George Strait

Album of the Year:

  • Brooks & Dunn, Hillbilly Deluxe   • George Strait, It Just Comes Natural   • Rascal Flatts, Me and My Gang   • Carrie Underwood, Some Hearts   • Vince Gill, These Days

Single Record of the Year:

  • Carrie Underwood, "Before He Cheats"   • George Strait, "Give It Away"   • Heartland, "I Loved Her First"   • Rascal Flatts, "What Hurts the Most"   • Josh Turner, "Would You Go With Me"

Song of the Year:

  • Jason Aldean, "Amarillo Sky"   • Carrie Underwood, "Before He Cheats"   • George Strait, "Give It Away"   • Rodney Atkins, "If You're Going Through Hell (Before the Devil Even Knows)"   • Josh Turner, "Would You Go With Me"

Top Female Vocalist:

  • Sara Evans   • Faith Hill   • Miranda Lambert   • Martina McBride   • Carrie Underwood

Top Male Vocalist:

  • Kenny Chesney   • Toby Keith   • Brad Paisley   • George Strait   • Keith Urban

Top Vocal Group:

  • Diamond Rio   • Emerson Drive   • Little Big Town   • Lonestar   • Rascal Flatts

Top Vocal Duo:

  • Big & Rich   • Brooks & Dunn   • Montgomery Gentry   • Sugarland   • The Wreckers

Top New Female Vocalist:

  • Miranda Lambert   • Kellie Pickler   • Taylor Swift

Top New Male Vocalist:

  • Rodney Atkins   • Craig Morgan   • Chris Young

Top New Duo or Vocal Group:

  • Heartland   • Little Big Town   • The Wreckers

Video of Year:

  • Big & Rich, "8th of November"   • Jason Aldean, "Amarillo Sky"   • Carrie Underwood, "Before He Cheats"   • Brooks & Dunn, "Hillbilly Deluxe"   • George Strait, "Seashores of Old Mexico"

Vocal Event:

  • Brooks & Dunn with Vince Gill & Sheryl Crow, "Building Bridges"   • Ashley Monroe and Ronnie Dunn, "I Don't Want To"   • Josh Turner featuring Ralph Stanley and Marty Roe, Dana Williams and Gene Johnson of  Diamond Rio, "Me and God"   • Gretchen Wilson featuring Merle Haggard, "Politically Uncorrect"   • Hank Williams Jr. with Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich and Van Zant, "That's How They Do It In Dixie"

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Things that make you go HMMMM / Ever tried the gallon challenge?
« on: March 06, 2007, 04:46:45 AM »
Trick is to drink one gallon of milk in one hour. I thought I could do it no problem, boy was I wrong.

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Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Random Musings
« on: March 06, 2007, 04:44:51 AM »
They are just happy it wasn't AIDS.


why are the people on the Herpes Valtrex commercial always happy and why is their partner that dont have herpes glad to be with them.hmmmmmmm

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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: March 05, 2007, 12:47:12 AM »
You and David Day are moderators of your own section, that's all. So now if someone says something negative in your section, you can censor it. LOL


          I am a what?
 
         JB

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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: March 04, 2007, 08:48:52 PM »
Just think, you had all those years to warn her and you didn't. Now she's all mine. Bahahahahahahaha


         Looks just like me! Did I go to far telling everyone I have known My Lisa longer than you?  LOL
        JB

3327
National News / Teaching 2 year olds to smoke pot.
« on: March 04, 2007, 05:09:51 PM »
Shameful

[youtube=425,350]LhLO4wNh3i8[/youtube]

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Sneak Peek Sheriff's View / Re: Sneak Peek Sheriff's View
« on: March 04, 2007, 05:03:52 PM »
I put a graphic on your profile, hope you don't mind.

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Restaurant Opinion / Re: The Point Steakhouse
« on: March 04, 2007, 04:20:22 PM »
Don't act like the victim, the victim was The Point Steak House.


          There may be some sort of libel and character assignation in this quoted statement above and I cannot stand such rumor and I will call my lawyer and......oh wait a second, I just stepped on the scale, its all TRUE.

               LOL    JB

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Emergency Services Opinion / Tenesse Police Torture
« on: March 04, 2007, 04:15:59 PM »
This guy won millions in his lawsuit.

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