T.J. 
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Re: “Local singer/songwriter Haley Mae Campbell showcases a mature sound on EP Phone Home

The good talent always rises. Congratulations on the new project.

Posted by T.J. on March 11, 2016 at 2:20 PM

Re: “Best Afternoon Delights

Thanks, Chris. We do appreciate the mention!

Posted by T.J. on April 2, 2015 at 5:55 PM

Re: “Sexual assaults near CofC highlight problem of victim blaming

The other problem not addressed here is official accountability. The College will officially declare no rape on campus because the girl was found laying on the sidewalk, which makes it a City problem. And she was drinking. The City will officially declare no rape because she is on the grassy area, which is not their jurisdiction. And she was drunk. Neither officially report the incident as a rape because they don't want it on their tally sheets. Nobody wants to send their daughter to a school with multiple rapes occurring on campus. No tourist wants to book a room in a downtown area with a rape problem. Add to that, a Police Chief who will always blame the victim because she was underage and drunk. Not his problem. All of this means that the rape victim can't get any of the victim services available to her, or him, because officially the rape never happened. Campus security and City Police won't even drop the victim off at the hospital because that would require a rape report. Fact is, victim services have suspected a serial rapist around the campus for years. The authorities say they have no rapes in their jurisdiction. Crime stats show rape is down or non-existent. The rapist waits to rape again. Everybody wins. Except that tramp underage drunk who cried rape so her parents wouldn't be mad. This happens regularly downtown, but there's no proof since there was no crime. It's most important to protect the brand. It's so wrong. Perhaps we need to take matters into our own hands. We won't have to worry about prosecution because no crime will be reported.

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Posted by T.J. on November 6, 2013 at 4:42 PM

Re: “A thank-you letter to Steve Jobs

Well said. Thank you for sharing.

Posted by T.J. on October 6, 2011 at 8:00 AM

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