Tedria Bell.... what were you thinking, girl???
Saturday, May 22, 2010
Posted by John Reames at 9:31 PM
Thursday, May 20, 2010
All decked out and wearing shades, this carefree woman seems happy enough in the picture... apparently she was taught 'Finders Keepers Losers Weepers'.
Well, grandma, the other shoe is about to drop on this lamebrain.
Posted by John Reames at 11:55 AM
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
The award for the understatement of the year goes to.... drum roll please.
Mr. Harris is Sumter County's Assessor and claims he has noticed "... a lot of folks aren't making returns..."
Most any man-on-the-street will tell you that there are a lot of folks who don't want Mr. Harris or anybody else associated with taxes knowing their business. While there may be a few people who really don't know they are obligated to pay taxes on their assets which are used to make money, many more hide theirs. If they don't report that they are in business they remain untaxed!
A Fair Tax system or consumption tax would eliminate the problem of finding those tax avoiding scoundrels.... just saying..
Posted by John Reames at 10:46 AM
Anybody you know?
Posted by John Reames at 8:52 AM
Alex Dukes, a former Sumter County Sheriff's Deputy Claims innocence and is fighting back through The Item, Sumter's premier news source.
Dukes claims to know a little about former Lee County Sheriff 'Big Dog' Melvin... claims that there are enough rumors going around for everybody including himself and that they don't bother him.
This former law enforcement officer and his family seemingly had it all until something occurred that sparked an investigation into the family's finances.
Dukes wants to sell their 2009 Cadillac Escalade, one of four vehicles the couple have and published his phone number: "....call him at (803) 968-6482..."
I dunno... soon there may be more former cops and politicians in the lockup than the run of the mill criminal... just saying...
Posted by John Reames at 8:35 AM
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
County and City governments may need to increase wages for their top law enforcement personnel to keep them on the right side of the law.
Move over 'Big Dog'; looks like you may be having company.
Posted by John Reames at 7:51 AM