Just some random stuff:
Texas public high school athletes would face mandatory random steroid testing under a bill given final approval Monday by the Legislature and sent to Gov. Rick Perry.
If Perry allows the bill to become law - he has not publicly expressed opposition - the state could begin testing tens of thousands of students at the start of the coming football season. It would be the largest high school steroids testing program in the country.
"It will help secure healthy and safe lives for our young people," said Rep. Dan Flynn, R-Van, the House sponsor of the measure. "Coaches, parents and fans are going to appreciate it."
Here is the thing about this. What type of testing is next? Additionally, for those who know, this will destroy the Texas football machine. Actually, it won't. The students will learn out to defeat the testing much sooner.
The principal of Bushwick Community High School in Brooklyn told me about a student who was gratuitously insulted by a police officer at a subway station the other day. The girl had lost her MetroCard and was carrying a note on the school’s letterhead asking that she be allowed to ride the train. This was fine with the token clerk, but the clerk told the girl to show the note to a cop on duty at the station.
The cop, in front of several onlookers, told the girl she was the oldest-looking high school student he had ever seen. He demanded that she tell him the square root of 12. He loudly declared that she was stupid and refused to let her board a train.
P6 is providing a growing list of alleged NYPD abuses. Later, when these kids are part of a jury, and it comes down to the word of a policeman and the accused, they will take the word of the accused and prosecutors will blame "Black culture" instead of the blue culture in NYC.
- If the dog fighting allegations are true, Michael Vick is toast. Him and his brother are proving themselves to be STOOOPID!
ATLANTA Falcons quarterback Michael Vick was at a dogfight in 2000 and is "one of the heavyweights" in the sport, ESPN reported.
The network Sunday cited a police informant whom a dogfighting investigator called "extremely reliable."
"That's who bets a large dollar," the informant said on the show Outside the Lines. "And they have the money to bet large money... I'm talking about large money, 30 to 40 thousand, even higher. He's one of the heavyweights."
When asked how he knows Vick bets that amount, the informant said, "because I've seen it."
The informant said his dog beat Vick's dog in 2000, the year before Vick was chosen by the Falcons with the first overall pick in the NFL draft.
- Dang. She bust her butt in front of the entire world!
- Star Parker is some where laughing at Barbara Wah Wah