September 16, 2012

Speakout: Sept. 16, 2012




I tried to make up with a relative several times. Several times, the person has said he quit alcohol and drugs. Several times, that’s been a lie. I’ve almost been stranded or had to leave. No more. It’s not worth it. I could lose my job.


Seriously, complaining about the town coaches canceling practice because of rain and thinking it sets a bad example for kids. I would be more concerned with other things some of these coaches are doing, such as playing favorites, yelling and swearing, to name a few. Also they are volunteers.

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