Watermelonlover

Watermelonlover 1 year, 10 months ago on State names five Newton schools as 'reward schools'

@Ontoday.

It is very concerning to me that the home econ. Dept didn't receive an award for their s special pot brownies.

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Watermelonlover 1 year, 10 months ago on Newton Citizen Poll for Oct. 7, 2012

You have a point Cali you really do because if you look at what is happening here for example whats happeneing right now? Lindsey is digging and digging to put Meadors against the wall. The question is why? There hasn't been anything said or done by him to point in his direction. Miss Lindsey needs to remember we all have a past does she want us to dig up her past which is completly irrelevant to this case? NO, I would think not. So we keep up all of the charades playing who is going to break first? Get over it peeps.

Investigate where you need to which maybe yourselves or someone you know like your clients.

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Watermelonlover 1 year, 11 months ago on Jeff Meadors: Tough leadership needed for school change

Now this is what I like to see you were told not to write anymore and you didn't disappoint us you still wrote this week that is Awesome. Good article by the way!!!

Hope Hunter Hall enjoys it.

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Watermelonlover 1 year, 11 months ago on Newton Chamber president asks columnist to stop writing

Folks it is just this easy.  Majority black school board.  One white male Republican on the  board.  Any questions?  I hope the local GOP gets behind this man or this whole county will end up looking like Clayton and DeKalb and Richmond and Dougherty.  Ricky Corley is running in District 2 on November 6th on the GOP ticket.  GET OUT AND VOTE.

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Watermelonlover 1 year, 11 months ago on Newton Citizen Poll for Sept. 9, 2012

Hey Baxter International here is what you have too look forward to at Alcovy High School where LaQuanda Brown Carpenter is the "leader."   http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=pbugFI-BSQI

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Watermelonlover 1 year, 11 months ago on Carpenter not selected as finalist for Florida system

gsm you don't have to worry he has no plans of staying in this county i promise not one minute after june 30th 2013 if you knew the real truth that we all know on the inside you would not think he is such a fan of DLC at all but it is true he has been WEAK WEAK WEAK on this matter Clamp would have kicked these head cases and their lawsuit to the curb long ago and LaQuanda Brown Carpenter of Alcovy High School and her husband Dennis L. Carpenter of Newton County School System would be unemployed as they should be.

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