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    is everyone vacationing or something?

    ah well

    i just want to take a minute to note to my cohost, to read her pms, cause i notice you make a lot of comments on things you have been informed of and you say "i dont know" i know sometimes ya just dont realize you have pms in the inbox .. it happens to everyone

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    is everyone vacationing or something?

    ah well

    i just want to take a minute to note to my cohost, to read her pms, cause i notice you make a lot of comments on things you have been informed of and you say "i dont know" i know sometimes ya just dont realize you have pms in the inbox .. it happens to everyone

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    Whenever you find that you are on the side of the majority, it is time to reform.

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    with all the bull **** going on in the boards i thought i would take a minute to point something out

    The names of all the continents end with the letter they start with.

    What do you think of that? Do you think there is a reason? Sure it is a pointless thought, but twice a day i make sure to think a pointless thought, a thought that isnt about any of you or myself, a thought that can give me a little insight into something deeper then who is right or wrong. I think everyone should do this. It relieves stress and it brings you back to the reality that the small things are really what matter.

    Not only are you what you think you are, more so; what you think, you are.

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    A Toledo man is in jail, accused of beating a 2 year old girl to death. The toddler's mother is also in custody, facing a child endangering charge.

    Police believe 22 year old Terrance Whiting used his fists to repeatedly punch 2 year old Katrina Johnson in her stomach and side, just because she soiled her pants.

    Police say little Katrina suffered damage to her liver and had internal bleeding. Whiting is the boyfriend of Catrina Brown, who is the mother of the toddler. Brown is charged with child endangering because police believe she knew about the abuse, but did nothing about it.

    Detectives say the original story from the couple was they put Katrina to bed at midnight and discovered her not breathing at 10:00 Wednesday morning. But police believe Whiting actually beat the child just a few hours before she was found.

    Mayor Jack Ford is calling a news conference Friday because of this case. He wants to talk about serious cases of child abuse and how the community needs to be more vigilent.

    Terrance Whiting and Catrina Brown will be arraigned Friday in Toledo Municipal Court.
    isnt that sad .. poor poor baby .. im glad my children are safe i couldnt fathom knowing they were being hurt and letting it happen like that with damage that bad how could she ignore it

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    TOLEDO -- A Toledo couple will appear in court Friday morning in connection with the beating death of a toddler.

    Police say 22 year-old Terrance Whiting repeatedly punched 2-year-old Katrina Johnson in the stomach and side after she soiled herself. Her body was found Wednesday morning at a home on Batavia. Whiting is charged with murder. The girl's mother and Whiting's girlfriend, 24-year-old Catrina Brown, is facing child endangerment charges.

    News 11 talked with the Executive Director of Lucas County Children Services Dean Sparks who knows Catrina Brown all too well because of a couple separate domestic violence problems she's had. Sparks said he's dealt with Brown two other times when she had a partner and domestic violence was part of her case. "About 70% of the time when there's a child present and a situation when there is domestic violence, not only is the woman battered but so are the children," Sparks told us.

    Sparks said neither he nor Children Services knew about Whiting living with Brown. Neighbors said they knew and it wasn't a pretty scene. "I'm not surprised," said neighbor Kelly Wyatt. "These walls are pretty thin and, we've heard quite a few fights from over there," she told us. It's that kind of awareness Sparks said people need to react on and get involved no matter how tough so lives aren't lost. "All of those of us who care about the mothers and children need to do what we can to intervene to get the mother safe and help keep her child safe," Sparks said.

    Sparks went on to tell us a lot of times when women keep getting themselves in abusive relationships, they don't have the confidence to think they can live on their own. They feel they need someone there. It just turns out to be the wrong kind of person.

    Sparks said if you and anyone you know are in an abusive situation, there are a number of agencies who can help. Call Family Services, the YWCA, call police, just make that call. Toledo Mayor Jack Ford will hold a press conference Friday to talk about this type of community response to child abuse.

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    LAMBERTVILLE, MI -- They're cleaning up a mess in Lambertville, Michigan, after a bizarre accident.

    Police say around 3:00 a.m. Sunday morning, the driver of a truck apparently missed a stop sign and ended up on private property, zooming within a few feet of nearby houses. "I thought it was thunder, loud thunder, like when it hits your house right next to your house. That's what I thought it was because I didn't see nothing," said neighbor Pat Trychel.

    The driver knocked down several telephone poles, losing pieces of the vehicle along the way. It also struck a line of trees, chewing the bark right off. The truck then rammed right through a trailer, smashing it nearly beyond recognition and sending debris flying all over the yard. It finally came to a stop at the edge of a wooded area.

    Police say the suspect then ran from the scene through the snow, leaving behind footprints and a small trail of blood. They are currently trying to track the driver down using the license plate number and other evidence left at the scene.

    Police say they could issue a warrant for an arrest at any time. If you have any information on the driver of that white truck, you're being urged to call the Monroe County Sheriff's office.
    i mean damn what a moron

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    Whenever people agree with me I always feel I must be wrong.

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    my head hurts

    my head hurts

    my head hurts

    does your head hurt?

    enough about you lets talk about me

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