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Not with someone as dense as I am listening.
If this story was planned more than a year ago, I would agree. And maybe it was, but I doubt it.
If these guys are such notorious trouble-makers that they are known far and wide, Tiki can’t be their only target. How many others have they driven away from school? And why would the principal and others put up with it?
I didn’t look at all, it just struck me that way suddenly when they started debating whether Tiki was at risk at his own school.
How on earth would Ballard know that most of them have graduated?
I know we leave politics off this comment board, but I’m feeling like Tiki is a symbol of Guatemalan refugees here. I’m saying nothing about immigration policies, just wondering if anyone else senses that’s what is behind this story.
Check out his first appearances last month. I would try it myself if it worked that well.
Ed’s been using a hell of a lot of Rogaine.
She only did that because Ballard’s receptionist wouldn’t let her in.
Ms. Baxendale continues to show she’s allergic to phone calls, texts and emails. Now she has shown up at Tiki’s football game to talk to him in person.