WONDERFUL THING!!!! When it happens to the right people! I do feel bad for some of the people involved in this though.
Check out this article…..
I actually had something different I was going to add to this blog today, in honor of a Birthday gift that my Mom gave me…but she did make one of my favorite meals for my Birthday (Wimpies…or if you are from anywhere else…Sloppy Joes) and she actually used up the end of a Ketchup Bottle and made it fart during the process. So this one made me laugh out loud today. I will post the others later. LOL
Now…most of the time I LOVE what my Mom sends to me. And then there are times that I FREAKING LOVE what my Mom sends to me. This is such the case…
I used to think that because I could recite the alphabet backwards, fold my tongue backwards…and generally just be kind of backwards….I WAS AWESOME! I was wrong.
Click on the link below the pic to see people who are REALLY awesome!!!
Let’s not get me started on this one….
I know it’s an older article (a few months old… but seriously?)
|Facebook posts’ removal prompts federal lawsuit
INDIANAPOLIS – Beech Grove Mayor Dennis Buckley commented on the Beech Grove Police Department’s Facebook page in October commending police for a recent arrest, and noting a decrease in crime from the previous year.
Kymberly Quick, a Beech Grove resident, politely responded. She was skeptical that crime had actually decreased, and questioned whether the mayor’s figures were accurate.
Her post on the department’s Facebook page, a lawsuit alleges, was swiftly removed.
The American Civil Liberties Union in Indiana is suing the city of Beech Grove in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis on behalf of Quick and Deborah Mays-Miller, another woman whos e posts were removed.
The lawsuit contends that the city violated the women’s right to free speech when officials removed polite, yet critical, comments from the department’s Facebook page. Further, the women were later blocked from posting on the page entirely, the suit says.
The case poses the question: Does a government Facebook page have the right to monitor itself, and remove comments it deems critical?
Beech Grove Police Chief Mark Swartz told IndyStar he had no comment as he had not yet seen the complaint.
The lawsuit says the two women, active in the community’s crime prevention initiatives, often posted positive feedback on the page. Occasionally, though, they questioned department policies and information, and its response to various matters.
Ok…so normally we celebrate Christmas in July…..right? But with my health issues lately, I am have been running a little bit behind. And I came across this gem that my Mom sent me back in December 2014. But honestly…is it ever really too early to start getting into the spirit?
So…what she sent me was a a video for 10 Simple Tricks for making Christmas a lot easier. After watching it again today…I am thinking I better start now…just in case…
Hope you enjoy!!