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I’m Too Sexy For The Plane

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Southwest Airlines lectured 23 yr old Kyla Ebbert on dressing appropriately to fly their friendly skies. She was wearing an ultra mini jean skirt, a tank top with a small shrug sweater which accentuated the bust. Now a lot of the people on the plane with families apparently started complaining to the flight attendants who then asked her to pull her skirt up and tank top down was given a blanket and allowed to fly on to her destination. Now on CNN a lot of people wrote in to say that it was ok for her to dress in this manner and that the airlines should be ashamed of themselves. I am the last person to agree that people shouldn’t be able to dress like they want. Yet, the same people who are so enamored with this ladies dress are gung ho to have the young baggy pants wearing fellows be fined for their style choice.

Now I think that after seeing the young lady wearing this outfit during her morning news interview it was quite obvious why she was being talked to about her clothes. After she sat down on the set, in the same manner she said she sat on the plane, they actually had to have her crotch area pixilated because the skirt covered nothing. Now she had an aisle seat and I think the folks on the plane didn’t want their children nor themselves (maybe some men did) staring at her crotch as they walk back from the bathroom etc. I think this whole thing is a stupid joke. She says that she held herself together while on the flight but the minute she was off the plane she supposedly lost it calling her mother. She sent her mother pictures of her outfit that she had taken with her camera phone. She wanted to make sure she was dressed appropriately. Michelle Ebbert, her mother was appalled by the actions of the airlines stating that “My daughter is young, tall, blond and beautiful and she is both envied and complimented on her appearance. She dresses provocatively, as do 99 percent of 23-year-old girls who can. But they were out of line.”

Southwest said in a letter sent to the mother Michelle Ebbert that “it was within its rights to remove a passenger “whose clothing is lewd, obscene or patently offensive” to ensure the comfort of children and “adults with heightened sensitivities.” I don’t know what I find more ridiculous the fact that the airline felt compelled to act on her clothes or the young lady getting ready to sue the airline or that she didn’t see a problem with her crotch showing on an airline flight. Yes she is planning to sue the airline due to making her feel bad when they chastised her about her choice of dress. That’s right kaching; kaching let the cash register ring anytime someone makes you feel bad. Well this stupid girl, the airline and CNN is making ME feel bad, so should I go and start my plans to sue them all. I am sorry this is such a stupid story, which is probably why we are seeing it everywhere. I know if it is so stupid why are you writing about it Black Sentinel? Well because when they started touting that they were going to pass a law so they could fine people for wearing saggy pants, it was being hailed as something that would help those young kids in the ghetto. Yet let some blonde dingbat wear crotch flashing skirts and what’s the big deal, she’s young and beautiful, this is what beautiful people do, show off their bodies. Well maybe those kids in the ghetto think they and their boxer shorts are beautiful and so shouldn’t we cut them some slack as well?

What is the difference, I see baggy pants sporting boxer short covered asses or I see skimpy mini skirts sporting panty covered crotches. I don’t see any difference they are both showing way more than I want to see. So I guess Southwest was only helping the public like our local governments are trying to do with the saggy pants bills that are popping up everywhere. But the question is do you have the right to wear what you want whether it offends people or not? And does the establishment have the right to stop you if too many patrons complain? Well isn’t it the same thing as being asked to leave Applebee’s restaurant for breastfeeding even though she did it while under a blanket so no one “actually” saw anything but they just “knew” what she was doing? Hey it’s an eatery and the baby was eating, so what’s the problem. It just seems to me that we are taking this “I want control over my neighbor” crap a little too far. I feel that she should have been left alone with her crotchety skirt, the baggy pants boxer showing wearers should be left alone and the breastfeeding lady should be left alone and whoever doing whatever that is not illegal, hey leave them alone. Why is it that everyone feels entitled to push their morals, values, likes, dislikes on others? Yes I know that it goes both ways and that those with the pants, skirts and breasts are also pushing as well. So what can we do? How about we just mind our own businesses and if we don’t like it don’t look at it. I am pretty sure this will come back to bite me in the ass later when I see something that just bugs the hell out of me. Well I will just have to cross Hypocrite Bridge when I come to it. So in the meantime have fun showing whatever you feel comfortable showing.

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Quiet Racism

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Jay Bookman a writer for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wrote an article that caught my eye recently, titled “Even quiet racism can drive everyone a little crazy.” Now as I started reading I was thinking, hey this guy might get it, somewhat. But as I read on, no doubt he started to lose me bit by bit. It starts off with him telling us about an RV trip he took to the Masters tournament where he was with a large group of white businessmen. He says, “They were introduced as prominent businessmen in their hometown, and as we inched our way through traffic, I was astonished when they began passing time by telling each other jokes about black people — although “black people” wasn’t the term they used — of a crudeness I hadn’t heard since childhood.” Now I get it that he was shocked by the jokes and whatever, but what I caught onto immediately was that no where in this piece did he say that he opposed what they were saying or that he told them this was unacceptable, he just sat there and listened or turned a blind eye to it, maybe even laughed along as to not be an outcast.

Now I am not saying that he needed to “be” the voice for a community that he is not even a member of but, he could have at least pointed out to them their blatant disgusting game was inappropriate. Anyway this wasn’t my main beef with the report. I was more disgusted that he goes on in his opinion to start and talk about how just because there may seem to be silent racism a Black will somehow see racism where NONE exists. He states that “Conversely, it also means that some black people will sense racism at work even in cases when it probably doesn’t exist. Its nebulous nature also means that people can cynically claim themselves to be victims of racism when the real cause of their problems is their own stupidity or criminality.” If he is on a bus with all these so called “prominent business men” who I am assuming from that title run and own businesses, wouldn’t he also conclude that from his own observations of their behavior these men are propagating racism in the workplace as well? How can they look at a person as inferior and make jokes about them one day then the next day at work they see them as equal by hiring them, giving them a safe comfortable work environment and treating them with the same respect as they do their white staff.

So why then is it so far fetched that more than likely the cause “IS” racism and not just over-sensitive Blacks or our own “stupidity or criminality. I do agree with some of his statements about people being responsible and the like, because yes anyone committing crimes need to take responsibility for their individual actions, but like anything that is done, it’s not happening in a vacuum. So I would like to look at the why they did it versus just what did they do. Why are these people acting in this manner, what makes Black communities have poor housing, education, health care, and employment? And could this be the “why” that we’re looking for?

He also makes reference to how Blacks are judged according to what any member of the group does, not on individual merit and I have to say kudos for that one. Because that has long been a pet peeve of mine as to why we need to defend ourselves as being an upstanding person because one Black does something to the contrary, yet whites can do a wrong and it doesn’t reflect on them as a community. Now unfortunately he goes downhill again with this statement “That sense of group responsibility — imposed from the outside — is itself a form of racism, far more subtle than racial jokes but toxic nonetheless. There’s no cure for it — it will exist as long as racism exists. But by acknowledging and discussing its existence, we can rob it of some of its power.”

I’m sorry but judging all Blacks by the actions of a few and those business men making racist jokes are toxic yes, but subtle, I don’t think so and let’s look at the big picture here. Isn’t the fact that they find it funny, acceptable and morally not a problem lend itself to the larger problem of Racism? These men are the very reason why so many Blacks are not being offered the jobs they deserve, the housing they deserve, the health care they deserve or the education they deserve. So to look at these men as toxic but subtle is a misnomer when they are far more than that. They are just a small peek at the type of adversity that awaits Blacks who dare to approach someone like them.

Mr. Bookman made some good points but then turned around and ruined the momentum by simplifying and falling back on poor old propaganda type thinking. This type of thinking is part of the reasons that constantly talking about racism doesn’t rob it of any of its power. We can talk until all of our heads pop off and things won’t change until we Blacks as a community decide to remove the control that they (White community) have over us and our image. We can only do this by ending our co-dependency relationship. I am not talking about some separatist movement per se, but I am talking about moving back to and building up our communities. Nice thought but I don’t hold out much hope of this taking place, which means that the least we can do is to resist and help our children resist the propaganda.

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Larry Craig Lynched Twice Ben Stein Says

 

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Ben Stein is in the news today making comments in support for Senator Craig. He states “Senator Craig has been the victim of a police lynching. A party that believes in individual rights should be rallying to his defense, not making him walk the plank.” Now I am a fully on board when someone is “really” being abused by the police, but come on, Lynching! That is so condescending to the thousands of Black men who were lynched in the name of racial hatred. I am appalled that Mr. Stein feels it is appropriate to use a term that was born out of horrible circumstances to describe something so freaking trivial. Next Ben will swear that the poor Senators who he feels are being unfairly judged by their obvious unsuitable behavior are now victims of some undercover gay senator holocaust or maybe genocide. Please Ben your killing me.

Then to say “a party that believes in individual rights… What fantasy land are Ben and Senator Craig living in that he was a victim of anything other than his closeted man lust. The Republican Party doesn’t care for anyone’s individual rights; well maybe that of big business, but if they did why then, do we have so many Black men such as Sean Bell being gun down by the police in a hail of fifty bullets. Now that is what I call a police lynching and where was the Republican Party to protect these victims who are the constituents under their supposed protection. What reason does the Republican Party as well as the Democrats get behind for these blatant cases of “real” lynching, well it was due to “contagious shooting,” yep that crap actually flies with them. Maybe this is why the government took so long to get around to doing something about the people who were suffering after hurricane Katrina. They were too busy trolling around in men’s restrooms and parks or underage chat rooms.

I don’t understand Ben Stein’s grievance he says “Here’s the deal: Senator Craig went into a men’s room at the Twin Cities airport. He entered a lavatory stall. He tapped his foot. He may or may not have reached his hand down under the lavatory partition to pick up a piece of paper or to make a signal. That’s it. That’s the whole thing. There was no sex act of any kind.” Well I don’t think that cops are supposed to engage in a sex act with the perpetrator in order to ascertain that he should be arrested for “soliciting” sex from the officer. I think it is the soliciting part that gives that fact away; which from what “my” dictionary says is to ask somebody for something or to offer sex for money. Now he did a combination of the two.

Ben also states that “If a police officer can wreck a man’s career over this trifle, then we might as well not have a Constitution or a Bill of Rights.” Uh, what? For one thing this statement would assume that the police officer knew that the man in the other stall was Senator Craig and he then put his Machiavellian plan into the works grabbing the Senator and so began to put the screws in. Then you also have to wonder if this cop was so gung ho on screwing up the man’s career why then didn’t he run this information right to the press after the arrest? Wouldn’t that do more to ruin his career than to sit back in the shadows doing his job (and I am no fan of cops) and let the newspaper come upon the information two months later.

Wow, that cop was really hell bent on getting Craig alright. Come on Ben, I mean when Sean Bell was killed the cop claims they made eye contact and that was enough for him to know that Sean knew that he was a cop. Now if that was this officers story that he looked at him and somehow knew that the Senator wanted sex, I would be right there with you guys, but he went through a whole ritual of how you approach someone for a gay tryst. I mean would you come to a guy’s rescue that saw a lady on the street, walks up to her and says hey pssst, then pulls out a twenty dollar bill and waives it at her. She pulls out a badge and waives it at him. Would Mr. Stein claim that this man should be left alone since there wasn’t any sexual contact? Now Ben is this a modern day lynching of that poor man who is probably going to lose his wife, family, job, a gob of money and maybe his freedom? I think not, she didn’t force him to solicit, so I guess he, you and definitely Senator Craig should do what you always want everyone else to do and take responsibility for your own actions.

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Teacher Gets Head Start On Sextra Credit This Year

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I was railroaded ya’ see, is what a Los Angeles teacher said in court after she was sentenced to house arrest and community service for her guilty plea for unlawful sex with a special education student a couple of days ago. She is just another in a long string of teachers who are abusing their power and taking advantage of these young male students. On CBS Dr. Julia Hislop, a clinical psychologist and author of the book “Female Sex Offenders” says that hat there probably aren’t more cases of teacher-student sex of this type these days than there used to be; it’s more likely that there are just more being reported. The reporter asked “why are women finding themselves in these types of relationships?” “One of the more common findings,” Hislop explains, “is that they tend to have fairly severe sexual abuse histories themselves. That won’t be the case with every woman, but (it’s) a fairly common finding. They also tend to have mental health difficulties, not generally severe mental illnesses, but things along the lines of depression, anxiety, sometimes drug or alcohol problems or personality problems.

If what Dr. Hislop is saying is true then we have a serious problem and need to understand why these types of sick individuals are being allowed to have any contact with our children. A lot of the women who are not suffering from mental abnormalities is just irresponsible and we need to end this double standard for that of men vs. women teachers who offend our children. The damage is no less and yes some of the boys consent but so do some of the girls. As a few of the boys have actually married the offenders some of the girls have married their offenders. What I do see in a lot of these cases is the offender saying they were mentally ill when they were doing the dirty deed, yet when they are caught on tape, we see the letters, or we listen to the messages they left the students they are saying things such as we have to be careful or no one can know or I’d be in big trouble, etc. Now this tells me they were well aware of the fact it was wrong, so all of these claims are just ways to skirt the law.

Now back to the Miami teacher, her name is Jean Panzo-Montalbano, 54, who agreed that she had engaged in repeated sex with the 16 year old student and she became an unhealthy distraction for him at a time when he was struggling in school. What really makes this lady a special case is that while supposedly apologizing for her crime she rants about why we shouldn’t feel sorry for the kid and she was railroaded into a plea etc. No matter that she was charged with six felony counts of unlawful sex with a minor and one count of oral copulation of a person under 18. She actually pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful sex with a minor in exchange for a sentence of three years probation, plus 45 days of house arrest and 800 hours of community service, she was also ordered to stay away from the minor and pay him restitution. Then at sentencing she stated that “I’m guilty in a way that, as an adult, I should have not let this kid get into my head,” she told the Press-Telegram. “It’s like a little kid. If you don’t keep them occupied, they’ll find a toy instead.” Then goes on to say “I was that toy for that kid.”

According to an interview with her she has since begun to focus a lot of her attention to the flaws within the special education program that employed her which was part of the Los Angeles County Office of Education, which has since terminated her from the job. For example, she said the class catered largely to emotionally disabled kids, and created a lax environment where children were allowed to be overtly sexual and aggressive in the classroom. She then describes the victim as someone other than a “little special ed boy” and the situation as something other than rape. She said “He’s 6-foot-3 and weighs 300 pounds.” “Why would I, at 53, after working 22 years with the same type of children, risk everything I have?” She also said that he initiated the relationship by telling her that he has had a crush on her for the past three years. Known as “Miss Jeanie” by her students, she said that she laughed at the idea at first and told him, “It will pass.” She said that it didn’t pass and he got possessive then even abusive towards her claiming that she only had sex with him about 3 times.

She said that she felt that the “very, very, very, low performing student” had the ability to do better and become a “productive member of the workforce,” even stating that “he looked like my ex-husband.” Sandi Gibbons, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office, said her office “does not approve of re-victimizing victims.” “The defendant pleaded guilty in this case,” Gibbons said. “That’s self-explanatory. She can rationalize it any way she wants.” This lady is a character, not only does she victimize a boy who claims he was afraid and had sex with her to avoid trouble. She then blames him for the whole affair even after he taped her where she agreed to the illegal behavior but the call also makes his story look true and her story just something to make her not look “so” bad.

She complained that she was illegally wiretapped by the boy, and asks what about that. Well I am sure the district attorney thought that the crime she did was far more damaging than that of a kid who was trying to get out of a bad situation by getting the proof needed in order to make people believe his story. She should be in prison deal or no deal. Her irresponsibility knows no ends, so much that she is defending her actions and pointing the finger at the school for lax rules and the boy for being large for his age and supposedly wanting her. Wow, what ever happened to I’m the adult and this is wrong, then having a talk with the principal and parents, I guess she doesn’t have to adhere to those types of standards.

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The New Slave Trade Alive In New Orlean’s

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Rosetta James cries for her son 29 year old Glenn Thomas, who died in the Orleans Parish Prison. Unfortunately, none of the Prison authorities, the Sheriff’s office nor City or State Officials notified her of this. She had to be told by a family friend who received a call from their loved one who was in the jail with Glenn. Rosetta angrily went to the prison on July 4th for information, she was told that her son who had absolutely no known medical problems, died the night before of “natural causes”, and that if she wanted she could call back in a month to get an official report.

Glenn Thomas died while awaiting his day in court; he was picked up on a warrant for failure to appear in court for simple drug possession. The unfortunate part happens to be, that on his stated court date the city of New Orleans was uninhabitable and people were being kept from entering in this part of the city. So, if no one can enter, then how was the court date still in effect? He sat in jail for one year awaiting his trial date but never made it. Criminal Sheriff Marlin Gusman’s public information officer, Renee Lapeyrolerie, said they couldn’t provide details about Thomas’s death but said, “Well, in his criminal history he had a lot of drug arrests. Those things can be linked to health problems.”

This is the third such “natural cause” death there this year, and they just don’t know how any of these deaths occurred. Sheriff Gusman blames anything that goes on in the jail as “the prisoners own fault or not enough money”. We know that he didn’t commit suicide, and money isn’t the problem as the jail receives a per diem amount and 3.2 million dollars per year intended for medical expenses towards the inmates’ wellbeing. In his 2007 budget request to the City Council, Gusman asked for an additional $5 million for medical services, a request that was granted. People are speculating that the Sheriff would like to get the numbers inhabiting his prison back to the pre-Katrina amount, stating that they are pretty sure they know exactly “who” will be the inhabitants.

Sheriff Gusman has made sure that the city’s trail to revitalization will be paved by his inmates–literally. According to the Nation, “since Katrina, Gusman has used his Community Service Program and Neighborhood Response Team to deliver cheap labor for reconstruction projects. His office’s website features photos of inmates in orange jumpers and sweatshirts emblazoned with Sheriff Gusman Community Service Program next to road signs announcing, Project Clean-Up, Inmates Working.” According to the Nation, in its first session back after Katrina the legislature amended a law regulating parish jail labor in order to grant immunity to prison authorities “for injuries or damages caused or suffered by prisoners participating in any work program during incarceration at parish jail facilities.” When asked, a legislative staffer about the origins of the post-Katrina amendment, she said, “I believe it was because there was a labor shortage.”

This is pretty much the way things were about a century ago. The Antebellum city records refer to what is now the Orleans Parish Prison as the “Workhouse”. Also along with those arrested for crime, the jail was a storehouse for slaves whose masters chose to lease them to the Workhouse. The same archives also disclose that Blacks were sent to the Workhouse for “claiming to be free”: In the space where the master’s name was usually recorded, these inmates were referred to as “so-called free.” After the 1863 Emancipation Proclamation, Blacks arrested in New Orleans for black-code crimes such as vagrancy and unemployment were taken to the parish Workhouse. During Reconstruction, the incarcerated former slaves provided a stable pool of forced labor for railroad companies, agriculture and industry.

Lieutenant Eric Donnelly, director of the sheriff’s work-release program told a local business paper that the program played such a vital role in re-starting the city’s economic engine. “As soon as the hurricane ended and we got a new phone, it was ringing off the hook from employers saying they needed their inmates,” Donnelly said. “So as soon as we were getting them back in we had [employers] coming to pick them up themselves. That’s how much they rely on this program.” These employers might as well be calling looking for their “Slaves”. But, obviously to New Orlean’s as well as the rest of the nation, it doesn’t matter as long as those bad, bad black people are off the streets, whether that be dead from god only knows what in an overcrowded prison yet to even face charges, or worked like a slave just as their ancestors had, by a chain gang happy Sheriff.

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Illegal Immigrants Causing Outrage

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I just have to weigh in on illegal immigration, because it is and already has been a topic that brings about such outrage. I want to look at how these illegal immigrants are coming here bringing crime, racism, disharmony with the natural rhythm of people and things in this land. Some consider them a cancer upon the very land we stand and some see them as just a new face to help cultivate more diversity.

By the boatload is how they seem to arrive into the country, not just one or two, but whole families looking for a way out of a bad situation in their homeland. Once they get here they settle into their own little communities and refuse to speak the language of the land actually setting up government in their own image with officials who cater to their wants and needs also speaking their preferred language. If you go into these communities they expect you to speak their language and submit to the customs that they brought here with them.

The crime rate has skyrocketed with their arrival, rapes, kidnappings and even worse terrorist murders. They bring weapons and different types of contraband that is not tolerated in our society. The areas where they seem to be landing are dangerous to say the least. They kill and or injure the people we send there to patrol the area. Then actually complain within their little communities that we are the bad guys, the ones to be feared, constantly complaining about our efforts to secure our borders and ourselves.

Unable to care for themselves they take advantage of all of the resources used to help our own, such as food, housing, heating and education. The strain on resources is astronomical since they take but do little to contribute completely to our society while turning around and bringing even more of their family and friends further increasing this strain. Undercutting our ability to make a decent living is causing the living standards of our community to start to decline, which eventually has lead to the decline of our infrastructure.

Unfortunately they also bring in diseases that kill a large portion of our communities. In fact some of the diseases were given to our number as a means to hurt us. With the disease levels raising it is becoming more of a strain on our society to try and remedy this as a shortcoming of health professionals is a problem. Also being consumed by materialism they are taking our goods and services without repayment which is largely responsible for a down shift in values.

The strain on the land is also a problem. The illegal immigrants are sullying the environment with toxicities due to their inability to adapt quickly which causes them to live in conditions that prevent them from keeping the area clean of refuse. Sometimes it just seems that they do very little for the environment acting as if they don’t care at all, when nature is such a large part of our heritage.

We have members of our own communities who are helping these people to move into our society, trying to show them how to adapt quicker. This practice has been outlawed but due to their sympathetic eyes they don’t see a problem with giving them food, water, shelter and passage into the area. It is a great debate about what should be done to quail these human smugglers. These so called humanitarians are considered to be contributing to the downfall of our society.

These humanitarians listen to these illegal people’s sad stories of misconduct and persecution by their own government and feel sorry for them. They tell of their religious nature and how they only intend to share this country with us and those like us. They also told how they feel they should be allowed to make their way to the opposite coast, which was what they called manifest destiny as they said it gave them the right to take whatever they felt they needed. This happened to be our land, our resources and our very lives. But, no one cares about this illegal immigration because without it the people in the majority in this land wouldn’t be who they are today. The past is the past right, we can’t do anything about what happened back then, we just need to stop the new illegal immigrants from doing to us what we did to the original land owners. This sounds like a racist rant, yet these are the very arguments people are using to get others to join in on hating Hispanics.

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More Female Teacher’s Handing Out Sextra Credit

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Here we go again, another young white teacher that sexed up her young student. Jennifer Rice, 31, was arrested Saturday and booked into the Pierce County Jail in Tacoma Washington, which is about 34 miles from Mary Kay LeTourneau and her 14 year old lover from Seattle Washington, for investigation of kidnapping, five counts of first-degree child rape, and four counts of child molestation.

The victim was a 10 year old boy who Ms. Rice was asked to stop seeing by his parents. She had been taking the boy to the movies and having online chats with him when his parents became concerned and asked her to stay away. Then the parents awoke to find that their son was missing from his room his bed had been made to look like he was sleeping. “So sometime during the early morning hours, he disappeared from the house,” Fulghum said. According to court documents, Rice told detectives that she picked the boy up, took him out to breakfast and took him to a waterfall. She said she planned to take him to Idaho, yet after the police called her the boy asked to be left at his uncle’s house in Puyallup Washington and he would make up some story about having walked there.

According to Investigators, Rice admitted that she raped the boy at a rest stop in Ellensburg before driving him back, and court documents indicate that the two had intercourse several times on previous occasions, including once in the boy’s home. The Tacoma School District said, Rice taught at McKinley from October 2006 to April 20, 2007. At that time she was placed on administrative leave while the district conducted an investigation to determine whether she was socializing with her students after school.

There is no excuse for these people; they are in charge of teaching and above all protecting our children. Yet there is an abundance of them who are shirking their duties and becoming the ultimate predators, because our children HAVE to go to them for hours each and every weekday. This is a scary fact that our children are now being taught by a gaggle of pedophiles.

When are we going to start hearing about the “white teacher on child crime” statistics? Because it seems to me that this is out of control. I don’t know how I am supposed to look at my son’s teachers (white females) with any trust. My son might not be safe. Maybe we need a taskforce to start trying to combat this crime or just the way they want to sue gang members and give three strikes and you’ve got life laws, maybe we should be suing and giving teachers who sex down children three strikes and its life as well. Because all of these teachers have admitted to having sex with these students more than three and sometimes up to dozens of times. Also, they seem to go to jail get out and continue sexing the same kid or worse yet give birth to their children. Some of these women are guilty of sexing down girls as well, is anyone safe. Following is a list from MoJunk listing just some of these white female teacher pedophiles. This is not a complete list, but who knows how many of these sickos are out there teaching god knows what to our kids.

Adrianne Hockett: In Houston TX.

Allenna Ward, 24: In Laurens County, S.C., Feb. 28, 2007.

Amber Jennings, 31: In Sturbridge, Mass., September 2005.

Amber Marshall, 23: In Northwest Indiana.

Amira Sa’Di, 30: In Clayton County, Ga., November 2005.

Amy Bramhall, 33: In Warren, Maine, January 2006.

Amy Gail Lilley, 36: In Inverness, Fla., January 2006.

Amy McElhenney, 25: In Denton County, Texas, September 2006.

Angela Comer, 26: In Tompkinsville, Ky., January 2006.

Angela Stellwag, 24: In Delran, N.J., August 2004.

Becci Hill, 31: In Martinsville, Ind., 2006.

Beth Raymond, 31: In Greenwich, Conn., July 2006.

Bethany Sherrill, 24: In Farmington, Mo., February 2005.

Brandy Lynn Gonzales, 27: and her husband, in Houston TX., December 2006.

Cameo Patch, 29: In Tooele, Utah, November 2006.

Carol Flannigan, 50: In Boca Raton, Fla., February 2006.

Carrie McCandless, 29: In Colorado, November.

Cathy Heminghaus, 46: In Ferguson, Mo.

Celeste Emerick, 32: In Huber Heights, Ohio.

Christina Gallagher, 26: In Jersey City, N.J., 2004.

Christine Duda, 39: In St. Louis County, Mo., December 2005.

Christine Scarlett, 36: In Ohio, November 2002.

Christine Spaich, 28: In Roseville, Calif., April 6, 2007.

Christy Anne Brown, 33: In West Valley City, Utah, July 8, 2007.

Darcie Esson, 32: In Parker, Colo., December.

Dawn Welter, 38: In Sumner, Wash., April 24, 2007.

Deanna Bobo, 37: In Greenwood, Ark., 2005.

Deborah Reeder, 45: In Coral Springs, Fla., December 2006.

Debra LaFave, 25: In Tampa, Fla., March 2006.

Diane DeMartini-Scully, 45: In Mattituck, N.Y., May 2005.

Donna Carr Galloway, 33: Married mother of two found naked in a car with a 17-year-old student.

Elisa Kawasaki, 25: In Fresno, Calif.

Elizabeth Miklosovic, 36: In Grand Rapids, Mich., June 2004.

Elizabeth Stow, 26: In Fresno, Calif.

Ellen Garfield, 43: In Newton, Mass., 1998.

Emily Morris, 28: In St. Clair County, Ala.

Erica Rutters, 29: In New Oxford, Pa., March 2006.

Erica Umosella, 28: In New Jersey, May.

Franca and Antonia Munoz-Juvera, 26: These twins in Southern California, December.

Georgianne Harrell, 24: In Sylvester, Ga., April 2005.

Gwen Cardozo, 33: In Colorado Springs, Colo., July.

Heather Lea Burroughs, 23: In Pahokee, Fla., Jan. 22, 2007.

Jacquelyn Faith Garrison, 19: In Winterville, N.C., January.

Jamie Armstrong, 25: In Baton Rouge, La., April 2007.

Janelle Marie Bird, 24: In Pensacola, Fla., 2006.

Janet Hughes, 32: In Viera, Fla., April 23, 2007.

Janet Parker, 26: In East Texas, May.

Jaymee Wallace, 28: In Tampa, Fla., early 2003

Joan Marie Sladky, 28: Redwood City, Calif.

Jodi Church, 26: In Peoria, Ill., March 2, 2007.

Julia Lund, 28: In Minnesota, December 2006.

Kanesa Hopkins, 31: In Goose Creek, S.C., May 2007.

Karen Patton, 41: In Wytheville, Va., January 2006.

Katherine Tew, 30: In Winterville, N.C.

Kathy White, 39: In Lumberton, Texas.

Kelly Lynn Dalecki, 26: In St. Augustine, Fla., 2003.

Kimberly Lynch, 37: Macedon, N.Y., February 2004.

Kirsten Kinley, 27: In Howard County, Md., February.

Kristen Margrif, 27: In Mayville, Mich., June and July 2005.

Kristi Dance Oakes, 32: In Sevierville, Tenn., July 2006.

Lakina Stutts, 30: In Milwaukee a School-bus driver.

Laura Lynn Findlay, 30: In Buena Vista Township, Mich., August.

Lauren Cosgrove, 28: In Denton, Texas July 2007.

Leslie Baird, 42: In Tooele, Utah.

Lynn Saunders, 38: In New Brighton, N.Y., March 2005.”

Margaret De Barraicua, 30: In Sacramento, Calif., February 2005.

Maria Saco, 28: In Passaic, N.J., 2005.

Mary Kay Letourneau, 34: InDes Moines, Wash 1996.

Melinda Deluca, 29: In West Jordan, Utah December.

Melissa Bare, 35: In Kitts Hill, W.V., April 23, 2007.

Melissa Michelle Deel, 32: In Bristol, Tenn., December 2004.

Michelle Kush, 29: In Florence, Ky., August 2006.

Michelle Morano, 33: In Cedar Grove, N.J., March 23, 2007.

Nicole Andrea Barnhart, 35: In Highlands Ranch, Colo., March 24th

Nicole Long, 29: In Ohio, January.

Nicole Pomerleau, 31: In Charlotte, N.C., in March.

Pamela Balogh, 39: In Somerset, N.J, December.

Pamela Smart, 22: In Hampton, N.H., March 1991

Pamela Rogers Turner, 27: In McMinnville, Tenn., February

Rachel Holt, 34: In Delaware, March 2006

Rachelle Vantucci, 32: In Geneseo, N.Y., Aug. 28, 2006.

Rebecca Boicelli, 33: Redwood City, Calif., January, 2005

Rebecca Becker, 28, and Maria Zurita, 28: In May 2007.

Rebekah Todd, 25: In Buckley, Wash, March 14, 2007.

Rhianna Ellis, 24: In Manhattan, N.Y.

Robin Gialanella, 26: In Toms River, N.J, in 2003 and 2004.

Robin Winkis, 29: In York, Pa, October and November 2005

Samantha Solomon, 29: In Manhattan, N.Y

Sandra “Beth” Geisel, 42: In Albany, N.Y., May 2005.

Shelley Allen, 35: In Cherokee County, Texas, June 2005.

Sherry Brians, 41: In Buttonwillow, Calif., March 12, 2007

Stephanie Burleson: In Texas, June 2005

Stephanie Giambelluca, 24: In Metairie, La.,in December 2006

Susan Clickner, 47: In Lowell, Mass., 2005

Susan Eble, 35: Former teacher’s aide is accused of having a sexual relationship with a 14-year-old boy.

Tamara Ryman, 37: Houston March 18, 2007.

Tara Lynn Crisp, 29: In Buttonwillow, Calif., December 2006.

Teresa Engelbach, 21: In Pevely, Mo., March 2007

Toni Lynn Woods, 37: In Braxton County, W.Va. 2005

Traci Tapp, 28: In New Jersey, January 2006

Wendie Schweikert, 36: In Laurens, S.C., February 2006

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