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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a profile
resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white Santa
hat he wore while on duty.

Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during December.
But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors told
him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.

A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not wear
the hat.

Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.

After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the hat,
Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could wear
the hat after all.

Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of the
joy out of my Christmas."
 
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Discussion Starter · #2 ·
"Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
> profile
> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white Santa
> hat he wore while on duty.
>
> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during December.
> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors
> told
> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>
> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not wear
> the hat.
>
> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>
> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
> hat,
> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could wear
> the hat after all.
>
> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of
> the
> joy out of my Christmas."


Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats for
such bullshit.
 
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
"sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
>> profile
>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white Santa
>> hat he wore while on duty.
>>
>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
>> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during December.
>> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors
>> told
>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>>
>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
>> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
>> wear
>> the hat.
>>
>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
>> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
>> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>>
>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
>> hat,
>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could wear
>> the hat after all.
>>
>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of
>> the
>> joy out of my Christmas."

>
> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
> for such bullshit.



The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the past
10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales manager lives
there. He knows people who know people.
 
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Discussion Starter · #4 ·
"JoeSpareBedroom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>>
>> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
>>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
>>> profile
>>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white
>>> Santa
>>> hat he wore while on duty.
>>>
>>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
>>> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during
>>> December.
>>> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors
>>> told
>>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>>>
>>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
>>> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
>>> wear
>>> the hat.
>>>
>>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
>>> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
>>> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>>>
>>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
>>> hat,
>>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could
>>> wear
>>> the hat after all.
>>>
>>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of
>>> the
>>> joy out of my Christmas."

>>
>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
>> for such bullshit.

>
>
> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales manager
> lives there. He knows people who know people.


Nonetheless, MOST of the time such aholes are DEMONrat Hillary type
LIEbrawls.


>
>
 
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Discussion Starter · #5 ·
"sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
>
> "JoeSpareBedroom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>>
>>> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
>>>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
>>>> profile
>>>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white
>>>> Santa
>>>> hat he wore while on duty.
>>>>
>>>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years
>>>> ago,
>>>> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during
>>>> December.
>>>> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors
>>>> told
>>>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>>>>
>>>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
>>>> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
>>>> wear
>>>> the hat.
>>>>
>>>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
>>>> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
>>>> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>>>>
>>>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
>>>> hat,
>>>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could
>>>> wear
>>>> the hat after all.
>>>>
>>>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot
>>>> of the
>>>> joy out of my Christmas."
>>>
>>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
>>> for such bullshit.

>>
>>
>> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
>> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
>> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales
>> manager lives there. He knows people who know people.

>
> Nonetheless, MOST of the time such aholes are DEMONrat Hillary type
> LIEbrawls.



Nonetheless, generalizations are for idiots.
 
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Discussion Starter · #6 ·
On Mon, 25 Dec 2006 21:38:07 +0000, sharx35 wrote:

>
> "JoeSpareBedroom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>>
>>> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>>> news:[email protected]
>>>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
>>>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
>>>> profile
>>>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white
>>>> Santa
>>>> hat he wore while on duty.
>>>>
>>>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years
>>>> ago, Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during
>>>> December.
>>>> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his
>>>> supervisors told
>>>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>>>>
>>>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
>>>> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
>>>> wear
>>>> the hat.
>>>>
>>>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during
>>>> the afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while
>>>> driving, doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>>>>
>>>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
>>>> hat,
>>>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could
>>>> wear
>>>> the hat after all.
>>>>
>>>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot
>>>> of the
>>>> joy out of my Christmas."
>>>
>>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
>>> for such bullshit.

>>
>>
>> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
>> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
>> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales
>> manager lives there. He knows people who know people.

>
> Nonetheless, MOST of the time such aholes are DEMONrat Hillary type
> LIEbrawls.



What really fried my ass about 10 years ago was Hilary's little greeting
about this time of the year: "...and we want to remember all the people
celebrating Ramadan, Hanukah and Kwanzaa..."

Well, wasn't that PC of her, eliminateing 80% of the US in one fell swoop!
And this is the BEST the Democrats can come up with?

Depending on who the Reps tap for the nominee, I may not vote yet again in
2008!
 
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
In article <[email protected]>,
Vash The Stampede <[email protected]> wrote:

> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a profile
> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white Santa
> hat he wore while on duty.
>
> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during December.
> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors told
> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>
> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not wear
> the hat.
>
> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>
> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the hat,
> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could wear
> the hat after all.
>
> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of the
> joy out of my Christmas."


We're going to see a lot more of this in the coming years.

In the future, huddle with groups of your own kind and you will be ok.

Cheers
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Discussion Starter · #8 ·
In article <[email protected]>,
"JoeSpareBedroom" <[email protected]> wrote:

> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
> >
> > "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]
> >> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
> >> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
> >> profile
> >> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white Santa
> >> hat he wore while on duty.
> >>
> >> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
> >> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during December.
> >> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors
> >> told
> >> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
> >>
> >> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
> >> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
> >> wear
> >> the hat.
> >>
> >> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
> >> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
> >> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
> >>
> >> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
> >> hat,
> >> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could wear
> >> the hat after all.
> >>
> >> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of
> >> the
> >> joy out of my Christmas."

> >
> > Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
> > for such bullshit.

>
>
> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the past
> 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales manager lives
> there. He knows people who know people.


Isn't that a hoot. Just goes to show ya can't trust anbody anymore.
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Discussion Starter · #9 ·
In article <[email protected]>,
Hachiroku ÉnÉ`ÉçÉN <[email protected]> wrote:

> On Mon, 25 Dec 2006 21:38:07 +0000, sharx35 wrote:
>
> >
> > "JoeSpareBedroom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> > news:[email protected]
> >> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> >> news:[email protected]
> >>>
> >>> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> >>> news:[email protected]
> >>>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
> >>>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
> >>>> profile
> >>>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white
> >>>> Santa
> >>>> hat he wore while on duty.
> >>>>
> >>>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years
> >>>> ago, Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during
> >>>> December.
> >>>> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his
> >>>> supervisors told
> >>>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
> >>>>
> >>>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
> >>>> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
> >>>> wear
> >>>> the hat.
> >>>>
> >>>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during
> >>>> the afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while
> >>>> driving, doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
> >>>>
> >>>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
> >>>> hat,
> >>>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could
> >>>> wear
> >>>> the hat after all.
> >>>>
> >>>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot
> >>>> of the
> >>>> joy out of my Christmas."
> >>>
> >>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
> >>> for such bullshit.
> >>
> >>
> >> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
> >> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
> >> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales
> >> manager lives there. He knows people who know people.

> >
> > Nonetheless, MOST of the time such aholes are DEMONrat Hillary type
> > LIEbrawls.

>
>
> What really fried my ass about 10 years ago was Hilary's little greeting
> about this time of the year: "...and we want to remember all the people
> celebrating Ramadan, Hanukah and Kwanzaa..."
>
> Well, wasn't that PC of her, eliminateing 80% of the US in one fell swoop!
> And this is the BEST the Democrats can come up with?
>
> Depending on who the Reps tap for the nominee, I may not vote yet again in
> 2008!


If you believe polls, Hillary is in fourth place, Iowa poll.
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Discussion Starter · #10 ·
On Mon, 25 Dec 2006 16:05:44 -0600, dbu, wrote:

> In article <[email protected]>,
> Hachiroku ÉnÉ`ÉçÉN <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> On Mon, 25 Dec 2006 21:38:07 +0000, sharx35 wrote:
>>
>>
>> > "JoeSpareBedroom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> > news:[email protected]
>> >> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> >> news:[email protected]
>> >>>
>> >>> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> >>> news:[email protected]
>> >>>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
>> >>>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with
>> >>>> a profile
>> >>>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white
>> >>>> Santa
>> >>>> hat he wore while on duty.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years
>> >>>> ago, Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat
>> >>>> during December.
>> >>>> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his
>> >>>> supervisors told
>> >>>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district,
>> >>>> it seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott
>> >>>> to not wear
>> >>>> the hat.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during
>> >>>> the afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while
>> >>>> driving, doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his
>> >>>> bus.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of
>> >>>> the hat,
>> >>>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he
>> >>>> could wear
>> >>>> the hat after all.
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a
>> >>>> lot of the
>> >>>> joy out of my Christmas."
>> >>>
>> >>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl
>> >>> DEMONrats for such bullshit.
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private
>> >> fund raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates
>> >> over the past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's
>> >> sales manager lives there. He knows people who know people.
>> >
>> > Nonetheless, MOST of the time such aholes are DEMONrat Hillary type
>> > LIEbrawls.

>>
>>
>> What really fried my ass about 10 years ago was Hilary's little greeting
>> about this time of the year: "...and we want to remember all the people
>> celebrating Ramadan, Hanukah and Kwanzaa..."
>>
>> Well, wasn't that PC of her, eliminateing 80% of the US in one fell
>> swoop! And this is the BEST the Democrats can come up with?
>>
>> Depending on who the Reps tap for the nominee, I may not vote yet again
>> in 2008!

>
> If you believe polls, Hillary is in fourth place, Iowa poll.



This is a GOOD thing!
 
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Discussion Starter · #11 ·
dbu,, 12/25/2006,5:03:16 PM, wrote:

> In the future, huddle with groups of your own kind and you will be ok.


I'm not sure I agree with that. What you're talking about conjurs up
images of gated communities and segregated establishments. I think
America has come a long way in a short time and ultimately people will
learn how to live with each other if government stays out of it.

--
"I am not a friend to a very energetic government. It is always
oppressive." ~ Thomas Jefferson
 
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
In article <[email protected]>,
"badgolferman" <[email protected]> wrote:

> dbu,, 12/25/2006,5:03:16 PM, wrote:
>
> > In the future, huddle with groups of your own kind and you will be ok.

>
> I'm not sure I agree with that. What you're talking about conjurs up
> images of gated communities and segregated establishments. I think
> America has come a long way in a short time and ultimately people will
> learn how to live with each other if government stays out of it.


I don't agree with it either, but this is what it is coming to. We are
learning to unlearn, unfortunately.
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Discussion Starter · #13 ·
"Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
> profile
> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white Santa
> hat he wore while on duty.
>
> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during December.
> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors
> told
> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>
> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not wear
> the hat.
>
> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>
> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
> hat,
> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could wear
> the hat after all.
>
> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of
> the
> joy out of my Christmas."


Jeez. Grinches. The bus drivers in the district in which I teach usually
decorate their buses - whether for Halloween, Christmas, whatever... I have
no clue if they wear Santa hats, but I have a difficult time imagining
anyone complaining if they do/did. The only *possible* reason I can imagine
for the transportation supervisor nixing the hat would be if they impaired a
driver's vision in any way. (Say, long pointy bit flopped over & swung
around w/the pom-pom, eclipsing peripheral vision for an instant. But
that's kind of far-fetched.)

Cathy
 
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Discussion Starter · #14 ·
On Mon, 25 Dec 2006 17:35:34 -0500, badgolferman wrote:

> dbu,, 12/25/2006,5:03:16 PM, wrote:
>
>> In the future, huddle with groups of your own kind and you will be ok.

>
> I'm not sure I agree with that. What you're talking about conjurs up
> images of gated communities and segregated establishments. I think
> America has come a long way in a short time and ultimately people will
> learn how to live with each other if government stays out of it.



I was thinking about something from a Mad Max movie, myself...
 
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Discussion Starter · #15 ·
"JoeSpareBedroom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>>
>> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
>>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
>>> profile
>>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white
>>> Santa
>>> hat he wore while on duty.
>>>
>>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years ago,
>>> Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during
>>> December.
>>> But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his supervisors
>>> told
>>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>>>
>>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
>>> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
>>> wear
>>> the hat.
>>>
>>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
>>> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
>>> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>>>
>>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
>>> hat,
>>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could
>>> wear
>>> the hat after all.
>>>
>>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot of
>>> the
>>> joy out of my Christmas."

>>
>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
>> for such bullshit.

>
>
> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales manager
> lives there. He knows people who know people.
>


Could that be shark-boy with his foot in his mouth AGAIN?? lol!
 
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Discussion Starter · #16 ·
"Truckdude" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]

>>>
>>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
>>> for such bullshit.

>>
>>
>> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
>> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
>> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales
>> manager lives there. He knows people who know people.
>>

>
> Could that be shark-boy with his foot in his mouth AGAIN?? lol!
>


Actually, his own pee-pee this time.
 
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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
On Mon, 25 Dec 2006 20:49:29 +0000, JoeSpareBedroom wrote:

> "sharx35" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>>
>> "Vash The Stampede" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>> 'No, no, no' turns into 'ho, ho, ho'
>>> COMMACK, N.Y. (UPI) -- A New York school district bus driver, with a
>>> profile
>>> resembling the jolly elf, nearly was Grinched for the red-and-white
>>> Santa hat he wore while on duty.
>>>
>>> Ever since he began ferrying children to and from school five years
>>> ago, Kenneth Mott, 65, said he has been donning his furry hat during
>>> December. But after a recently completed morning route, Mott said his
>>> supervisors told
>>> him he'd have forego the Santa gear, New York Newsday said.
>>>
>>> A child's parent complained to the Commack, N.Y., school district, it
>>> seemed, which complained to Baumann and Sons, which asked Mott to not
>>> wear
>>> the hat.
>>>
>>> Mott said he thought it was a joke and vowed to wear the cap during the
>>> afternoon. He said he doesn't pretend to be Santa Claus while driving,
>>> doesn't play Christmas carols and doesn't decorate his bus.
>>>
>>> After he told parents that the next day may be his last because of the
>>> hat,
>>> Mott said, his supervisors reversed themselves, telling him he could
>>> wear the hat after all.
>>>
>>> Even though the dispute is over, Mott said officials "sure took a lot
>>> of the
>>> joy out of my Christmas."

>>
>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
>> for such bullshit.

>
>
> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales manager
> lives there. He knows people who know people.



Hmmm....this doesn't seem likely...UNLESS they are Extreme Right-Wing
Radicals (You know, the Bible-Thumping type...)

They're just as bad as Extreme Left Wing Radicals...
 
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Discussion Starter · #18 ·
"Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]

>>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl DEMONrats
>>> for such bullshit.

>>
>>
>> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
>> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
>> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales
>> manager
>> lives there. He knows people who know people.

>
>
> Hmmm....this doesn't seem likely...UNLESS they are Extreme Right-Wing
> Radicals (You know, the Bible-Thumping type...)
>
> They're just as bad as Extreme Left Wing Radicals...


You can twist reality any way you like, in order to remain asleep.
 
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Discussion Starter · #19 ·
On Tue, 26 Dec 2006 13:29:41 +0000, JoeSpareBedroom wrote:

> "Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>
>>>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl
>>>> DEMONrats for such bullshit.
>>>
>>>
>>> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
>>> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
>>> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales
>>> manager
>>> lives there. He knows people who know people.

>>
>>
>> Hmmm....this doesn't seem likely...UNLESS they are Extreme Right-Wing
>> Radicals (You know, the Bible-Thumping type...)
>>
>> They're just as bad as Extreme Left Wing Radicals...

>
> You can twist reality any way you like, in order to remain asleep.



Or I can just call 'em like I see 'em...
 
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Discussion Starter · #20 ·
On Tue, 26 Dec 2006 15:53:13 GMT, Hachiroku ???? <[email protected]>
wrote:

>On Tue, 26 Dec 2006 13:29:41 +0000, JoeSpareBedroom wrote:
>
>> "Hachiroku ????" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>> news:[email protected]
>>
>>>>> Say thanks to all the terminally politically correct LIEbrawl
>>>>> DEMONrats for such bullshit.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> The parents who complained were Republicans. They've held private fund
>>>> raising parties for about a dozen local Republican candidates over the
>>>> past 10 years. Source: Commack is a small town. My company's sales
>>>> manager
>>>> lives there. He knows people who know people.
>>>
>>>
>>> Hmmm....this doesn't seem likely...UNLESS they are Extreme Right-Wing
>>> Radicals (You know, the Bible-Thumping type...)
>>>
>>> They're just as bad as Extreme Left Wing Radicals...

>>
>> You can twist reality any way you like, in order to remain asleep.

>
>
>Or I can just call 'em like I see 'em...


Were that true, you'd not have called ALL Democrats "Liebrawl
demonrats". Poor little neocon, you couldn't tell the truth to save
your life.


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