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Old 12-27-2010, 06:23 PM
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I said all masons are whores, what u gonna do ??
CRMINALS....THUGS.....EVIL......NO GOOD...
get it, cry baby ???

I ASKED U WHO IS JABOULON..??????????
brice is not a mason. HE IS A CHRISTIAN. I SLIP OF THE TONGUE..

NOW LETS HEAR U SAY,
DO U BELIEVE, ALBERT PIKE ??
lets get down

who is this thing the evil masons created.
u are a expert in mason ology, correct??

WHO IS YOUR BLACK GOD, U COPIED, JABOULON ??

my little girl wanted to know why the horns on this
Judging by your little girl's question it seems she must be in an early developmental stages. You should really be more responsible in what you expose her to. Spend a little less time spreading lies and a little more time reading about parenthood.

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Old 12-27-2010, 06:44 PM
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Judging by your little girl's question it seems she must be in an early developmental stages. You should really be more responsible in what you expose her to. Spend a little less time spreading lies and a little more time reading about parenthood.

Are u a whore. just asking ??? dont get paranoid and make false claims im calling u a whore. ARE U ?? im asking ???

Dangermouse, Are u a whore ???
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Old 12-27-2010, 06:51 PM
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VALDOSTA — VALDOSTA — With ponytails swinging and hips swaying, the pint-size 5-year-old in green butterfly sunglasses and St. Pat’s Day shirt enjoys a game of hula hoops on the Wii. But the game is more than just fun for Alexis Paterson: It’s helping her with her balance following surgery to correct her clubfoot.

Thanks to the generosity of Shriners, including those of the Valdosta Shrine Club, surgery was performed about 1 1/2 years ago at the Shriners Hospital in Tampa, Fla., to straighten her foot so she could walk flat instead of on the side of her foot.

Members of the Valdosta Shrine Club, a part of the Hasan Shrine in Albany, are at the Valdosta-Lowndes County Azalea City Festival today collecting money so that other children with orthopedic problems like “Lexie” and those with burns can get life-changing and, in many cases, life-saving medical help.

“Every penny will go will go to the Shriners Hospitals,” said Alan Davis, a director of the Valdosta Shriner Club.

Those with children 18 and under needing help may call Valdosta Shrine Club President Keith Stewart at 251-0339 or Shrine Hospitals at 1-800-237-5055.

Lexie’s problem was discovered when her mom, Amanda Paterson, was five months pregnant, carrying Lexie and her twin brother, Ayden. (The twins have an older sister, Alley, 7.) The twins’ dad, Anthony, and their mom were both in the Navy, stationed at Whidbey Island Naval Air Station, Oak Harbor, Wash.

Anthony, who had a cleft palate, wanted to learn if his twins also had the birth defect. Instead, the physician discovered Lexie had positional club foot, which meant she didn’t have enough room in the womb for her foot to grow properly.

“When she was born, the side of her foot touched her inner ankle,” Amanda said in an interview Wednesday afternoon at the home of her husband’s parents, Patty and Chris Knupp, near Clyattville, where they now live until she and Anthony finish their schooling at Valdosta State University, she in psychology and Anthony in pre-electrical engineering.

The twins were delivered prematurely at 34 weeks on Sept. 28, 2004. Amanda had been airlifted to the University of Washington in Seattle for their births. A physician from Seattle Children’s Hospital came over to check Lexie. When she was released from the hospital at 1 week old, she was referred to a physician at Seattle Children’s Hospital, who started the Ponseti treatment, a method of stretching the foot and casting it to the groin at an almost 90 degree angle until it is in the proper position.

Amanda said a new cast was put on every week.

“She was 4 pounds, 11 ounces at birth, and the cast weighed half as much as she did. The doctor would manipulate the foot as far as he could to get it to go in the proper position. The cast was almost to her diaper line, and the leg was bent and the foot turned out.”

Lexie handled the manipulations like a trooper.

“Even at a week old, they said Lexie was the quietest baby they ever had.”

Lexie’s first surgery was heel cord lengthening.

“When we arrived in Valdosta (when the twins were 6 months old), the orthopedic surgeon called it a perfect correction,” Amanda said. “Her feet were flat at that point.

But it didn’t last.

“At 1 year old, she could stand, take a step and trip,” Amanda said. “Her foot began turning back to where it had begun. They started talking surgery, and I got scared.”

Anthony’s great-aunt, Doris VanArsdale, and her husband, the late Roy VanArsdale, a Shriner, of South Bend, Ind., told them to contact the Shriners.

The Patersons got an application off the Internet for an appointment with the Shriners Hospital in Tampa. Physicians there said Lexie was too young for the surgery that was being suggested in Valdosta.

“They let Lexie do everything in her time.”

Shriners physicians did the Ponseti procedure.

“They always made her comfortable where she wouldn’t mind the procedure,” Amanda said.

“Almost two years ago, she had the full-blown surgery to do a tendon transfer to make her foot balanced. Then they did the second heel cord lengthening. They have a program where they have dolls to show them this is where the IV will go and what they were going to do.

“(After surgery) they encourage them to get up and get dressed and eat in the cafeteria and interact with the other patients, which I think speeds up recovery. They made sure her pain was manageable.”

After eight weeks in a cast, it was removed.

“Every since then, she’s running; she’s learned how to jump,” Amanda said of her child, now in pre-K at Clyattville Elementary. “Her foot will always look different, but she’s back to a functional state. She is pretty much where her brother is.

“Kristi Yamaguchi was born with a clubfoot. If she could be an Olympic medal ice skater, then Lexie can do anything. The sky’s the limit.”

Lexie’s family did not have to bear the burden of the medical treatment and surgery at Shriners Hospital.

“There’s been no cost to our family at all,” Amanda said. “It’s been a godsend.

“If there is a family that can’t drive there (to Tampa), the Shriners will take them there,” she added.

“I really want the community to understand what the Shriners do. They’re not just men who wear funny hats. It’s men who give their lives to give children an opportunity in life. They’ll give anything for the children. You can’t thank someone enough ...”
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Old 12-27-2010, 06:52 PM
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FORT MYERS - Brittany Groth of Estero was 8 when a doctor noticed a curve in her spine.

A check with a specialist confirmed it. Brittany had scoliosis - and bad. The curve in her spine measured some 50 degrees, twisted into a backward "S."

Her orthopedic doctor put her in a brace, and that's when her mother, Theresa, got a glimpse of what the family would face financially. The brace cost $9,575. The insurance covered about $4,500 of it. Ultimately, Brittany would need five braces and six surgeries.

Then a chance conversation with a neighbor offered Brittany a path to wellness and her parents financial security.

"He said to me, 'I'm a Shriner, and I can help,' " Theresa Groth remembered.

The neighbor, the late Walter Rohrich, sent the Groths to the Shriners Hospital for Children in Tampa, a specialized medical center for children with orthopedic problems like Brittany's. For seven years now, doctors have operated on her spine, supplied her with braces and performed regular progress checks. All for free.

All medical expenses paid

A little more than 700 southwest Florida children get free medical care from the Shriners, the 135-year-old men's fraternity that's perhaps best known for their funny fez hats, silly clowns and toy-like "Tin Lizzy" cars.

Beyond their public antics, the Shriners have a very serious mission.

Today, the Shriners' 22 hospitals are something of an oasis in an otherwise turbulent health care sea. Nationally, 9.4-million children are without health insurance, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Poor children on Medicaid struggle to find doctors who will accept the low-paying government insurance. Even insured families like the Groths can get saddled with high deductibles and copayments as insurers shift costs onto policyholders.

The Shriners take any child younger than 18 who has a condition that's treated in their orthopedic, burn and spinal cord centers. It does not matter whether they are insured or uninsured. It doesn't matter if they are rich or poor. The organization pays all medical expenses. Its money comes from donations, endowments, fundraisers and individual Shriners themselves.

The Shriners will even transport patients and their parents free-of-charge by van, or pay airfare for those who need to go to an out-of-state Shriners hospital. Hospitals have parent bedrooms and discount deals with area hotels if they're unable to accommodate a family.

All told, the 22 hospitals cost nearly $2-million a day to run.

"If he hadn't helped us, I don't know what we would have done," Theresa Groth said of her neighbor.

The Shriners have been doing medical charity since they established their first hospital in 1922. Mostly, they operate out of the public spotlight. That's changing, though, as aging members work to capture the attention and support of younger generations.

"We don't honk our own horn," said Bob Sneckenberger of Fort Myers, who joined the fraternity 48 years ago in Detroit.

He now manages public relations for the Araba temple in Fort Myers. Sneckenberger said the national organization has recently hired a consultant for a public awareness campaign. Locally, Sneckenberger also is working with county emergency services, schools, hospitals and health departments to make sure those organizations understand what the Shriners do.

"This isn't scientific or anything, but through surveys we think about half the patients in our hospitals are there by chance," Sneckenberger said.

Just like Brittany Groth.

Making hospital visits fun

Brittany returned to the hospital last week for a checkup. Her last surgery was in February, and doctors were continuing to monitor her progress.

Surgery wasn't exactly fun, confessed Brittany, who is now 15. But she couldn't be more pleased with the doctors and nurses who have taken care of her.

"Everyone is really nice and kind," she said while waiting for doctors to examine her. "They take really good care of me. It's not like going to the hospital. They make it fun."

X-rays showed how much her alignment had improved since starting the Shriners treatment. Still, things weren't going quite right. Her back hurt, and she was getting strange sensations in her arms, hands, knees and feet.

"I'm having tingling in my arms," she told Dr. Harry Kim, one of the hospital's orthopedic specialists.

Kim brought in a neurologist, Dr. Raymond Fernandez, one of the Tampa area specialists who consults with the hospital. The doctors couldn't pinpoint what was causing the sensations - the symptoms weren't consistent with spinal cord compression or other nerve problems - and decided she needed to return for more tests.

"I think in this kind of situation we have to look beyond conventional thinking," Kim told Brittany and her mother.

She will return this month for testing.

Since 1985, 40,000 children have been treated at the Shriners Hospital in Tampa. They come in with anything from a broken bone to complex conditions like spina bifida, cerebral palsy and spinal deformities.

The hospital takes children from Florida and southern Georgia. On a recent Tuesday morning, the waiting room was filled with volunteer drivers from Florida cities as far away as Pensacola, and children who zipped around in wheelchairs or climbed on and off parents' laps.

The 60-bed hospital is part research center, part manufacturing plant and part research and training grounds.
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Old 12-27-2010, 06:53 PM
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When Karen Tumbleson’s son Caleb needed treatment for a bilateral clubfoot, she realized that care wouldn’t be easy. "When Caleb was an infant, we sometimes struggled with our insurance company because they would want to define certain treatments as cosmetic or optional. Caleb has always been an active kid and getting the best treatment didn't seem optional." Her sister in law had once worked with Shriners Hospital for Children in Tampa and suggested that Tumbleson contact them for help. She did, and today Caleb is thriving in treatment.

Shriners Hospital for Children in Tampa is one of 22 Shriners hospitals nationwide. The Tampa facility is a 60-bed pediatric hospital, research and teaching center that provides medical, surgical and rehabilitative care to children with orthopaedic conditions such as scoliosis, cerebral palsy, hand disorders, leg and limb discrepancies and a variety of other afflictions. Children up to age 18 are eligible for care if they can reasonably benefit from services, and ability to pay or insurance coverage is never considered.

“SHC-Tampa is an incredible resource to families for health care in the state of Florida for pediatric/orthopaedic expertise," says Beth Demas, RN, Director of Public Relations for the hospital. “It provides a unique opportunity for children to receive high quality medical care at no cost.”

Shriners Hospital for Children believes that a child’s care can only be successful with the involvement of his or her family. “They do a lot of family activities to give patients motivation to get up and move around the room and around campus,” says Karen. “They’re very good with education in general and making sure you understand what’s going on.”

“We’re a family-centered environment,” adds Demas. “It’s very important to provide that support. One parent can always stay in the patient’s room, and we also have a parent center – a separate area with washing machines, kitchens and other facilities, almost like a little hotel room to make it easier for families to cook a special meal or bring in the comforts of home.”

The good that Shriners does reaches well beyond the doors of its Tampa facility, as the Tumbleson family can attest. "Shriner's has cared for Caleb and asked nothing in return," says Karen. "We trust them and are grateful for the care they have provided. We haven't had to fight for a thing."

The biggest benefit is in the change she’s seen in her son. "Caleb has never complained about how his feet get tired and often ache from normal exertion. But he's really excited about how his current treatment will help him play longer and harder without pain."

To make a donation or submit a fundraising
idea, you can contact Shriners Hospital for
Children in Tampa at (813) 972-2250
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Old 12-27-2010, 06:59 PM
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Freemasonry vs. Round Table

Freemasonry is not a harmless organisation and cannot in any way be compared to Round Table/Rotary. Freemasonry exists to promote the interests of Freemasons themselves, not for the benefits of others. Money given to outside charities by freemasons is given grudgingly, as a sop to it's many critics. I was formerly Charity Steward for a masonic district, overseeing Charitable aspects of 26 lodges. Believe me, I was instructed by senior masons to direct only the smallest amounts possible to non-masonic organisations. I left after some twelve years, finally persuaded that Freemasonry , in general, is not for the common good, and some degrees, Holy Royal Arch, Rose Croix, in particular, are blashemous and dangerous.
Some members view Freemasonry as more important than family or career; it is rather pathetic to see such misguided men parading around the lodge room, full of authority but having made little or no impact on the real world.There are many sad, pompous little pricks amongst it's members.

Round Table (of which I was a member, many years ago) is a fun organisation, typically for hard living young professionals who want to give somrthing back whilst enjoying themselves in a sometimes boisterous fashion. However, they are not a self help organisation, they are focussed on others and what help they can give. It is above all a practical organisation, more akin to painting Alms Houses than dressing in archaic aprons and conducting bizarre ceremonies.

I think that at the top (32nd and 33rd gegree level,) Freemasonry is dangerously influential in our society, especially in the Police Force and Insurance. Masonic lodges are awash with them!
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Old 12-27-2010, 07:01 PM
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Shriners take in over $100 million a yr. what do they spend on there hospitals.....less than 3 %.
They like little clown cars, fancy lodges.....fancy cars....
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Old 12-28-2010, 06:09 AM
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I said all masons are whores, what u gonna do ??
CRMINALS....THUGS.....EVIL......NO GOOD...
get it, cry baby ???
Laugh at your childish games.

I am Christian as well. Maybe I'm not the Christian you want me to be, but then again I wouldn't want to be associated with creatures like you. Pike wrote some interesting books, which I've actually read through and through. But what was in his book was his opinion and research. Every symbol can have a million interpretations depending on the knowledge of the viewer; there is never a set, exclusive interpretation.

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my little girl wanted to know why the horns on this
I don't know. Ask the artist who drew it. Any idiot can make an image and post it on the web. Is Moses not depicted with horns?

You have a child?! That poor thing.

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Freemasonry exists to promote the interests of Freemasons themselves, not for the benefits of others.
Please tell that to a recipient of Masonic charity.

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Money given to outside charities by freemasons is given grudgingly, as a sop to it's many critics.
Not true.

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I was formerly Charity Steward for a masonic district, overseeing Charitable aspects of 26 lodges. Believe me, I was instructed by senior masons to direct only the smallest amounts possible to non-masonic organisations.
You were a Mason??? If you were, what Lodge did you join and what are the dates? What district in what state? Who was the DDGM? Who was the MWGM? Can anyone actually confirm this?

No Mason should put the Fraternity above their family. That is repugnant.

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I think that at the top (32nd and 33rd gegree level,) Freemasonry is dangerously influential in our society, especially in the Police Force and Insurance. Masonic lodges are awash with them!
Masons come from all walks of life. Most policeman are honorable servants.
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Old 12-28-2010, 06:23 AM
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Re: Masonic Cop Watch
About 1.75 years later we now have 1,730 threads about cops committing sex offenses out of 10,431 total threads in the news section, which is about 16.6%. There are sure a lot of cops out there committing sex offenses. Most of the stories appear to be offenses committed against children. Cops must like them young. Maybe they resist less, and are easily manipulated by someone they are taught to look up too. Sworn officers of the law committing a sex offense against someone in custody appears to be on the rise. The person might have to perform a sexual act to get out of some traffic infraction, or perform sexual acts if they are already incarcerated for the sexual gratification of those in charge of their welfare.

Keep in mind that this is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to reporting sex offenses committed by sworn officers of the law. I am only scanning a limited amount of these stories online, and lots more are missed. Please help out an post stories along with pictures of these officers in the Law Enforcement Sex Offender thread. They need to be exposed for the safety of the children. More often then not, their information won't appear on the various offender registries because SOL's tend to be a protected class of citizens even when they commit a sex crime. People can come here instead to find their information; although, they won't have a current address.

Please write and tell your representatives in government that cops must not be a protected class. Some legislators are trying to pass bills into law that would protect SOL's information from being displayed online. Supposedly it is to protect the SOL's and their families. However equal protection of the law should apply to everyone, and cops shouldn't become a protected class when displaying information. Especially when SOL's are so eager to display information about you online if you have been convicted of a crime. In some cases, such as in Ohio, you don't even have to be convicted of the crime for your information to appear online.

Read about all the sex abuses in this forum
http://www.copwatch.net/forums/foru...?s=&forumid=108
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Old 12-30-2010, 06:27 PM
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So slanderous implications are okay now?



What part of "he edited his post" don't you get? You are thick. This site is a joke, you're a joke of a moderator and human being, JBoy is a punk that needs put in his place, and this site needs torn down - not because its a conspiracy website, but because its a cesspool of one sided neurotic and paranoid ideas. Opposition comes in and you ban them for no reason other than you can. BAN ME! I DARE YOU! YOU'LL NEVER GET RID OF ME! I'LL ALWAYS BE AROUND!
What slanderous implications?

That wherein you say that I'm a joke of a moderator and human being?

What part of "he edited his post" don't you get?

He didn't edit his post.

He edited my post.

Is that what you don't get?

Your are thick.

If it is your opinion that this site is a joke, why are you here?

My moderation skills are impeccable and, if they weren't, I wouldn't be the moderator of this forum.

But, I am.

As a human being, I am not a joke.

I'm quite serious about all matters posted on this forum.

Of that you can be certain and I am certain that you are.

You reference that opposition comes in and I ban them.

Sorry, pal, but you're opposition and your're still here.

I don't ban due to opposition, I ban for other reasons.

If you don't like my moderation, I suggest you leave the forum.

I think I'm going to ban you because you dared me to.

I love a dare.

P.S. Sorry, pal, but this site doesn't need to be torn down just because you can't deal with it and I assure you that just because you think it needs to be torn down it ain't going to happen.

Happy New Year, Mr. Freemason Boy!

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