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Posted on December 28 at 10:01 a.m.

I knew Ken Volok. Ken Volok was a friend of mine. You, sir, are no Ken Volok.

On Juan Crow Lands in S.B.?

Posted on December 27 at 4:35 p.m.

The stories in the Independent and the News-Press both clearly state that Ms. Hopkins went to the district to try to resolve these issues but the administration took no action.

And just FYI, most of the 93 comments (to date) are written by about six people using different usernames to push their own agendas. More importantly, they're only read by about eight people (the six people who wrote them and the two people who couldn't figure out how to create a username so they could join in the fun).

On Juan Crow Lands in S.B.?

Posted on December 23 at 9:11 a.m.

Ms. Hopkins has had the courage to come out publicly and take a stand for her convictions. Those of you who are orchestrating this anonymous smear campaign against her should look in the mirror and ask yourselves whether you have the same courage.

On Juan Crow Lands in S.B.?

Posted on December 21 at 10:02 a.m.

Hey @italiansurg, I'm totally with you, man. I'm Caucasian but I once got an amazing tan one summer. I looked like a bronze god! I LOVED it when people started calling me "brown face." I just don't understand why these people get upset when other people define them by the color of their skin. Even when it's not really the color of their skin. It's all so "comical."

On Juan Crow Lands in S.B.?

Posted on December 20 at 4:31 p.m.

@Supportsbschools, maybe I'm wrong but I've read this article twice and nowhere does it say that the teacher is criticizing other Roosevelt teachers -- only the principal. Unfortunately, sometimes the truth is painful.

"The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice."

On Juan Crow Lands in S.B.?

Posted on December 20 at 8:19 a.m.

I see the Ronzone trolls are up early today. The fact that they think racism and discrimination are "frivolous" says it all.

On Juan Crow Lands in S.B.?

Posted on November 7 at 10:19 a.m.

Starshine is a lot cooler than, say, Wendy.

On Advice for Others Named Starshine

Posted on June 26 at 1:40 p.m.

I'm sorry to see anyone go out of business and I'm especially sorry for all the employees who lost their jobs. I wish all of you good luck. At the same time, as a regular Make it Work customer who for years resisted the pushy service agreement hard sell but finally gave in last year (against my better judgment) and bought five hours upfront (only one of which I've used), I'm feeling a little bit screwed. I thought it was a little weird when MIW announced it was scrapping its service agreement policy right after I bought mine. Just FYI to anyone out there in the same line of work, I'll gladly transfer my business to anyone who'll pick up the MIW service agreement...

On Make It Work Stops Working

Posted on April 23 at 8:29 a.m.

I'm curious as to why Mills's two accomplices were described in the story as "black." Why is that relevant? The reporters didn't describe Mills as "white." No one else's race/ethnicity is given.

On Jack Mills Found Guilty on All Counts

Posted on March 23 at 9:29 a.m.

I, too, am absolutely outraged by this extraordinarily egregious defilement of some of journalism's most sacred tenets -- in our own hometown "Independent," of all places...wait a minute, I apologize for my previous diatribe but I inadvertently inserted my head into my anus. Never mind.

On Staff Birthdays

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