I was a police canine handler for 8 years. My dog Bach was as gentle as a puppy unless he was provoked or he detected a threat against me. I had absolutely no problem bringing him into preschools and letting the children pet him and play with him. He was a part of our family, and with 4 sons, the house was always full of kids.
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You can sell damn near anything online these days... or at least you can try. According to police, Misty VanHorn of Sallisaw, Okla. tried (unsuccessfully) to sell her kids on Facebook.
The crook told the cabbie to ask a cop for directions. The cop recognized the idiotic passenger from a surveillance tape and arrested him. For once a man asked for directions and look what happened.
In the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) culture, teachers whose students perform poorly on tests can be fired for not meeting NCLB goals so there is little incentive, other than personal integrity, for teachers to report cheating.
Is it funnier when a child has marker on its face or when a criminal has marker on his face? I don't know--they're both so incredibly great.
Sorry folks. Superman still can't fly. Athletes still can't consistently hit 50 home runs, much less 60. And the economy still can't generate new wealth out of the thin air.
In the criminal justice system, there are two separate but equally important groups: the attorneys and the crooks themselves, some of whom are really stupid. These are their stories.