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corndog 2 years, 1 month ago on JC boil order issued

Guess American Water will need to raise our rates another $30 a month to improve the infrastructure. I feel bad for the people whose pocketbooks are directly affected by this (small businesses, people who don't have benefits who have to leave work to get their kids).

I guess I should have put some buckets and pots and pans out to catch rainwater before I left for work.

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corndog 2 years, 2 months ago on Area pastor charged with six sex felonies

So what happened two years ago when he turned himself in? kshb.com/dpp/news/crime/travis-ray-smith-turns-self-in-for-child-sex-crimes

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corndog 2 years, 6 months ago on Auto Warranty Firm Settles Charges With Missouri

Oooh. $18,500 in restitution, while they get to keep millions of dollars in ill-gotten gains? Go get 'em Koster.

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corndog 2 years, 9 months ago on Wrigley eyes bid for re-election

It evidently wasn't a "praise Mr. Wrigley" story either, but there are folks commenting that particular way as well (comments which I happen to disagree with). I can only comment on my interaction with him, during which he came across as a narcissistic blow-hard. Those that witnessed it agreed (an opinion, just as those that claim the good qualities of Mr. Wrigley exist also have an opinion). Different strokes for different folks, I guess.

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corndog 2 years, 9 months ago on Wrigley eyes bid for re-election

Sign me up for the "not a Chris Wrigley fan" club. And it's mainly because he seems to be the president of his own fan club. My interaction with him ended up being mostly about Chris Wrigley and very little about the issue at hand. And I know I am not alone.

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corndog 3 years ago on Helias priest put on leave

The Facebook prn spam was not child prn (at least from what I heard). So again, I reiterate that unless the images were of suspected CP, law enforcement would not be involved. Graphic adult pictures are not illegal, and any law enforcement shop with a computer forensic unit has a case load backed up a minimum of 6 months (with every other case being CP). It wouldn't even be allowed in the lab unless there were some images that warranted further investigation.

And folks, you'd be surprised at all the "smart" people who think that no images are stored on their PCs so they let others use/fix them. That's how quite a few of them are caught.

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corndog 3 years ago on corndog

The Facebook prn spam was not child prn (at least from what I heard). So again, I reiterate that unless the images were of suspected CP, law enforcement would not be involved. Graphic adult pictures are not illegal, and any law enforcement shop with a computer forensic unit has a case load backed up a minimum of 6 months (with every other case being CP). It would even be allowed in the lab unless there were some images that warranted further investigation.

And folks, you'd be surprised at all the "smart" people who think that no images are stored on their PCs so they let others use/fix them. That's how quite a few of them are caught.

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corndog 3 years ago on Helias priest put on leave

FYI, law enforcement would only be involved if it was suspected images of child prnography. Adult images are not illegal. Also FYI, I've done computer forensics for 8 years, and the "I don't know how these images got on here, it must have been a virus" defense is the number one excuse for those with CP on their PCs. And it has never turned out to be a virus. Not saying that is the case in this situation, just throwing out some real life facts.

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