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Re: “Kroger investors hear from Moms Demand Action

Why don't MDA go after criminals with guns instead of law abiding citizens?

Posted by Lee Herron on 10/31/2014 at 9:34 AM

Re: “Message to idiot customers: Your reign of terror is coming to an end

Yeah especially the customers who come into Sonic Drive Inn and ask you for this and that. So you have to keep making trips back and forth into the store. Then they don't give you a damn red cent for your hard work. I don't know what your problem is with not wanting to tip carhops. Why don't you get your ass in here and work as a carhop? I am sick of some people's bullshit.

Posted by Shane Turner on 10/30/2014 at 8:39 PM

Re: “Kroger investors hear from Moms Demand Action

I'm curious. What type of hypocrisy has MDA been accused of? I know that protests are sometimes considered to be bullying tactics and if that is the case, then both sides of the argument are guilty (as are both sides of any controversial issue). However, I'm unfamiliar with the hypocrisy angle.

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Posted by 3rd party advocate on 10/30/2014 at 5:38 PM

Re: “Kroger investors hear from Moms Demand Action

There are people standing up to the mad moms. This counter protest has been launched and it's growing. Unlike the MDA it doesn't involve hypocrisy or any kind of bullying tactics. It's simple and straight to the point.

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Posted by Cat Protector on 10/30/2014 at 2:36 PM

Re: “Kim vs. VIM: Pushing back the polluters

I recently moved to Valpo. Am looking to get involved in environmental action group, Anyone know any groups in Valpo working on this that needs volunteers?

Contact me at


Posted by Guy Gangi on 10/30/2014 at 2:08 PM

Re: “Kroger investors hear from Moms Demand Action

2nd. Amendment, enough said.

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Posted by dbjulius on 10/30/2014 at 9:35 AM

Re: “Kroger investors hear from Moms Demand Action

I can't wait until the Gun Owners Against Mad Moms show up.

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Posted by PineappleCurry on 10/30/2014 at 8:32 AM

Re: “Naturally catty? Bitch, please.

The answer to this was simply awesome.

Posted by Jason Burk on 10/29/2014 at 11:52 PM

Re: “Kroger investors hear from Moms Demand Action

Bloomberg shills.

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Posted by Katrina Shevechenko on 10/29/2014 at 4:23 PM

Re: “Oreo Jones interviews The Pizza Underground

This band is a pimple on the asses of true pizza punks!

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Posted by marvinpgoldstein on 10/29/2014 at 3:23 PM

Re: “Your kid and my kid are not playing in the pros

This is an article that will, at least, partially resonate with parents that care. I long for a day when life was simpler as it once was and I recognize times when chasing athletic schedules seems insane. Of course, most of us know other sides, as well.

The inclusion gained from team sports cannot be overstated. In this world of radicalized and degnereative behavior being more normalized each year, sports can be an outlet for a child, as well as, insulation from the electronic crap that bludgeons us all. I have had the opportunity to bond with my kids, going on long drives, early on weekend mornings that I will never forget. As to "club" sports, they offer great life lessons to our kids. First, if approached properly, they are a chance for a kid to learn that they must earn a spot and playing time without the influence of mommy and daddy. It, also, may give a kid a chance to keep playing in a different environment, where a local experience had soured due to parental influence to the point they would have quit something they love before recognizing their potential. There are so many reasons that these situations are positive that I can't help but think that the author is dwelling on the extremes he has experienced, only.

Posted by New Street on 10/29/2014 at 1:12 PM

Re: “Web-only: Best option is military

Is this the same guy?

Posted by Marissa on 10/28/2014 at 11:46 PM

Re: “Reward Money to Speak Out Against Farm Animal Abuse

They HSUS was found guilty of paying someone to lie about cruelty. Now it seems to want to take the paying for stories about animal cruelty on the road.

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Posted by Randy Janssen on 10/28/2014 at 4:55 PM

Re: “Your kid and my kid are not playing in the pros

Dr. Profeta,

I loved this article and couldn't agree more with you... until the last paragraph. You are "certain" that you will "raise self-reliant kids, who will hang out with me when I'm older, remember my birthday, care for their mother, take me to lunch and the movies, buy me club level seats at Yankee Stadium on occasion, call me at least four times a week and let me in on all the good things in their life". Being a great and supportive parent who has family dinners every night, who doesn't push their child at sports, who emphasizes and values education and who takes family rips to the Grand Canyon does not ensure having children like you described, any more that being the star of Little League ensures the that you will play in the Majors. I don't know if you have grown children yet, Dr. Profeta, but the chances of them calling you four times a week is, in the words of the above commentator who quoted Arthur Ashe, "slim to none." And that is coming from me, a daughter who calls her 80 year old mother every day, and often multiple times a day!!! But if there is one thing I am certain of, it is that there is no certainty how our children will turn out. I think you spoiled an otherwise great article with your smug tone in the last paragraph, Dr. Profeta.

Posted by eeschiff on 10/28/2014 at 12:32 PM

Re: “Your kid and my kid are not playing in the pros

This is precisely why I started Slow Family Living with Dr. Carrie Contey! To give people permission to step back from it all and really look at family life with a lens that is not clouded by society's SHOULDS. People are afraid their children will be left behind, but if we really connect, and have fun as a family, their ability to survive and THRIVE in this world will be greater. Slow down, connect, create more joy!

Posted by Bernadette Noll on 10/28/2014 at 11:32 AM

Re: “The enduring voice: Supertramp's Roger Hodgson

Just reading these way after the fact but have to add my two guys are right one, Roger is an incredible man to start with, such a lovely presence of what we should all aspire to and emulate. He is undoubtedly the most spiritual presence in the music industry, his music and lyrics have touched so many people around the entire world, just look at his site and see how much love he spreads around the world. Saw him early summer in Chicagoland and gonna see him again in Wabash in a few days, can't wait...I will travel to see him as long as he is performing, he is such an inspiration to life itself.

Posted by Don Wilson on 10/28/2014 at 9:16 AM

Re: “Roger Hodgson

Roger and his band are awesome, a night full of great music and wonderfully charming don't want to miss this one folks, a rare chance to see one of the best of all time right here in Hoosierland.

Posted by Don Wilson on 10/28/2014 at 9:06 AM

Re: “When is Indy going to get this right?

If you'd like to see a city that does pubic sculpture and leisure activity right, look at Loveland, Colorado's park system.

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Posted by James W. Hubbard on 10/27/2014 at 6:10 PM

Re: “The Pretty Reckless, Adelita's Way

Was really looking forward to this show. Was a huge disappointment with how bad the sound was and being unable to hear Taylor Momsen's vocals. Might have been a bad night for the sound board person so who knows? The supporting acts were good, had nice stage presence as well as The Pretty Reckless but the sound could have been a lot better. Could easily have given this four out of five stars if not for the sound. On several occasions you could actually hear audience members shout "turn up the mic" during the Pretty Reckless set. Momsen can certainly sing and belt it out among some of metal's youngest best, it's just too bad you couldn't hear her.

Posted by Chuck in BG on 10/27/2014 at 3:01 PM

Re: “How politics, greed take us to school

Treating the public as if they are cattle to be hearded is on the politicians agenda,someone or something needs to be investigated on a thorough regular basis!Ind government comparing our educational ethic's and direction's,to a federal funded state with multi directional leaderships with so called achievement's or accomplishment's is REDICULOUS at best!!

Posted by M on 10/27/2014 at 1:44 PM


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