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Tuesday, April 17, 2012

AT&T Vs. Comcast you decide 2013





Vs.



I had AT&T for 3 years never did I ever have a customer service issue once they went to Uverse.
They never charged extra for any equipment failures or technichians to come out.

I have been with Comcast for 2 months and already I called out their internet speed and everyone has seen the two houses drag racing and Comcast house wins wrong false false false the internet speed is the same. Customer service sucks Obama's dick.

I can call for service they will come out do a half ass job and then you have to call for service again. They charge you for their equipment failing not AT&T.



Chicago Mayor a Bully or a theif you decied




Don't worry I am talking nice to your face now but wait till your back is turned cause then I am going to fuck you in the ass I will be nice and use KY unlike Daley my little assholes.



Mayor Rahm Emanuel is pushing for a vote at Wednesday's City Council meeting on his controversial plan to attract private companies to pay for public works projects despite lingering questions from aldermen.
“For 30 years, we have discussed the crumbling infrastructure of the city of Chicago,” Emanuel said today at an unrelated news conference. “Everybody’s talked about it, now the difference is we’re going to do something about it.”
After five hours of debate on Monday a council committee approved the plan to create a Chicago Infrastructure Trust on a close vote. Questions remain about whether enough safeguards are in place for the trust, a five-member group of mayoral appointees that will help decide how to raise and spend hundreds of millions of dollars to rebuild the city.
Emanuel introduced the ordinance at the March council meeting. His administration revised that proposal on Friday afternoon.
“We’ve debated this long enough,” Emanuel said. “And the question is, are we going to do something about it or not?”

Anderson Cooper Speaks to Trayvon's Parents on Fox Chicago










In a daytime exclusive, Trayvon Martin’s brother speaks out, along with his family, on Trayvon’s tragic death and the latest developments in the case. Anderson and a panel of legal experts separate fact from fiction and tell you what you need to know as the controversial case unfolds.
Then, could you have a racial bias and not even know it? Take the test that measures your subconscious feelings about race -- that you may not even be aware of. You’ll be shocked to see what happens when everyday people, who claim that they have absolutely no prejudice, are put to the test. What does this say about racism in America? And what can we all do to come together?



A signle post on this episode is been posted:

Under the 1st Amendment I can say this. While all of you where listening to the corrupt news and local political racist bull shit I dug in to Trayvon. I found photographs of him representing gang colors and gang signs. I also have evidence that It was Zimmerman on the ground getting his head smashed in. this is the same evidence the special prosecuter has. To top that you are not going to change gun laws in Florida I know because I am one of thousand NRA member's who are ready to fight. I also know that Shapiro is actually wrong in her statement. You have a duty as a community watch, or as a license proffesional security officer to observe and report and as long as a police dispatch does not say he or she is a police officer the order to stop is not a legal order. Everyone forgets about Constitutional law which is the law of the land which over rides any state law you can change all the state laws you want but the minute you violate my constitutional rights I will have your home, bank account, and cars along with anything of value that you own. I am not racist but Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson, Fathe Pfager are nigger's and think they can change people bottom line is this Black nigger's kill inocent people White Nigger's Kill inocent black folks do you know what the differance is the white community says well he had it coming the black right away yell it is racial. So now I am going to get racial. If white people couldn't get along with you blackie you would still be on a farm picking our fields and you would be still hung in our trees and if your culture can not stop the whites,russian,asians,and italians are prepaired to take out your entire race and send it back to africa. Hell even then your own country didn't want you so what does that tell you they sold you to us.











Sarge got the scoop on the NEW city sticker


New Chicago city sticker unveiled.

Another Illinois Politician is going to jail if this does not show us Illinoisian's how corrupt they are then you deserve to getting robbed of your hard earning money




Indicted Rep. Derrick Smith returns to House floor.



Indicted state Rep. Derrick Smith returned to the Illinois House today for the first time since his arrest on a federal bribery charge.
The West Side lawmaker sat quietly in the second row of the Democratic side of the chamber, occasionally shaking hands with fellow legislators.
Smith was indicted last week on a federal charge that he accepted $7,000 from a trusted campaign worker. Smith thought the money was a payoff from a day care operator who wanted him to write an official letter supporting a bid for a $50,000 state grant, authorities said. The campaign helper was working for the FBI, and the day care operation was a government ruse, officials said.
The indicment followed Smith's arrest a week before the March 20 primary. Smith was renominated but faces calls to resign. Democratic leaders were mostly silent on Smith before the primary, but now are pressuring him to step down. Chicago Democrats would get to appoint a replacement on the November ballot should Smith resign.
Through his attorney, Smith has said he won't step down. A House committee is investigating the situation.
Today, shortly after the House gaveled in for business, Bears 1985 championship star Richard Dent got cited by lawmakers for making it into the Hall of Fame.
The lawmakers and staff stood in front of the speaker's podium to shake hands with Dent. Smith was not among the lawmakers putting their hands into Dent's big right hand.
After leaving the House floor, Smith declined to comment when asked about his situation and the charges he faces.



Remember the Bald Eagles in Chicago that terminated a gun range for police







A female American Bald Eagle was spotted incubating eggs recently in a Cottonwood tree in Palos Township on land owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County.




Beginning in 2010, the Chicago Police Department sought a lease agreement with the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District (MWRD) for a 33-acre site at 134th Street to construct an outdoor gun range. The proposed location, unfortunately, happens to be adjacent to O’Brien Lock Marsh and Whitford Pond, a popular bird-watching location identified for public recreation purposes. Friends of the Parks and a coalition of other environmental groups adamantly opposed the construction of the outdoor gun range at this sensitive location. For a year, the issue was dormant.
Then, on January 5, 2012, the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District placed the Police Department’s gun range plan on the agenda for approval. Friends of the Parks, the South East Environmental Task Force, OpenLands, Chicago Audubon and other groups testified at the Board meeting against the proposal.
We argued that a gun range is an inappropriate use of the 33-acre site located both within the City’s Calumet Open Space Reserve as well as in the governor’s newly announced Millennium Reserve. The Calumet Open Space Reserve Plan identifies 4,000 acres for open space reclamation and future public recreational use (the Chicago Park District already acquired 600 acres for public use and recreation). Second, the governor’s Millennium Reserve Plan targets 140,000 acres of green space to redevelop the southeast side as a tourist destination and earmarks the region to be part of President Obama’s American’s Great Outdoors Initiative to reconnect Americans to our great outdoor treasures.
Friends of the Parks’ testified that “the MWRD site is not suitable for a gun range. The large parcel is contiguous to Whitford Pond and O’Brien Lock Marsh, both aquatic and wetland areas with vegetation and natural habitat that support a significant number of bird species including the state endangered black-crowned night-heron. In addition, bald eagles and trumpeter swans were regularly observed in the Calumet Reserve area. The regular gun bursts and noise from the gun range will have negative impacts on birds and wildlife adjacent to the site, will disturb sensitive nesting areas and make the surrounding recreational lands unsuitable for people to use for quiet recreation activities”.
All groups testified in opposition to the proposal, none were in favor. However, the MWRD Board approved the lease agreement at their January 5, 2012 Board meeting.
Enter the majestic bald eagle, our national bird. Recently, Carolyn Marsh, with Chicago Audubon, spotted a pair of bald eagles nesting a hundred yards away at the adjacent Whitford Pond area. As a result of the discovery of a pair of bald eagles nesting in the vicinity, the federal U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has intervened. A special permit under the Bald Eagle Protection Act will now be required.

American Bald Eagle's are being spotted in Chicago they are being spotted out of their natural area's of living


A female American Bald Eagle was spotted incubating eggs recently in a Cottonwood tree in Palos Township on land owned by the Forest Preserve District of Cook County.


A female American Bald Eagle has been spotted incubating eggs in a nest in a Cook County forest preserve in Palos Township and officials believe that the eaglets have recently hatched, officials announced today.

The eagle family was spotted in a in a Cottonwood tree in the Southwest suburb on Forest Preserve District of Cook County property according to officials with the forest preserve and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service which announced the finding in a press release.

American Bald Eagles have been migrating through the
Chicago area in larger numbers in recent years, and a number of bald eagle’s nests have been found in the County in the past, officials said.

Officials believe this is the first hatching site that the public can see in more than a century.

“To have these American Bald Eagles, our county’s national symbol, choose to nest and lay eggs here in Cook County is incredible news for our local residents, and indeed for our nation as a whole,” said Forest Preserve District of Cook County President
Toni Preckwinkle.

It will be several weeks before the fledglings begin to learn to fly and make their way from the nest. The adult eagles will be hunting in the area to bring the hungry eaglets food, officials said.

If the nest is successful, the eagles are expected to remain in the nest for the summer season, eventually migrating further south in late autumn. Eagles generally return to the same nesting site each year.

“The fact that these eagles have returned to the area to nest demonstrates a healthy, diverse ecosystem in this area, and will have a positive impact on all of our wildlife,” Preckwinkle said in a statement.

The Cook County and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officails are taking steps to ensure the safety of this endangered species. Access to members of the public wishing to view the nest will be limited to approximately 500 yards in order to avoid disturbing the eagles. Forest Preserve District police will also be monitoring the site to ensure that all local, state and federal laws are followed.

According to the federal Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act, interfering with the nesting of bald eagles may result in a fine of at least $100,000, and up to a year in jail term for a first offense. Penalties increase for additional offenses, and a second violation of this Act becomes a felony.

The Forest Preserve District of Cook County will provide updates on the eagle through its website,
www.fpdcc.com/baldeagles. People can also become fans of the District on Facebook and Twitter @fpdcc.

Downtown Chicago: A site to see when the sky line has a presence of Military Black Hawks

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Security Details
Updated: Tuesday, 17 Apr 2012, 9:34 AM CDT
Published : Monday, 16 Apr 2012, 7:54 PM CDT

Chicago - Blackhawks and A/MH-6 Little Bird helicopters used by special forces circling low through downtown Chicago skies made for a scary scene along the Chicago River, as they rattled windows flying among the city's skyscrapers.
The training exercise comes as the city found out some of the details of what the Secret Service wants for security at next month's summit at McCormick Place.
PHOTOS: Blackhawk Helicopters Circle Chicago

FOX Chicago News has their terror prevention shopping list, courtesy of the Chicago Sun-Times:
  • Portable high security barriers
  • Crowd control barriers
  • 10-12 portable light towers
  • Sandbags, port-a-potties
  • Mobile offices
  • 5-10 golf carts
The Chicago Tribune reports that the most traffic for NATO dignitaries will be between McCormick place and downtown hotels in the Loop, River North and the Gold Coast.
Fifty heads of state will attend, with delegates, and will be moving multiple times each day.
FOX Chicago News viewers called in, describing men with automatic weapons, hanging out of helicopters.

The city’s Office of Emergency Management and Communications on Monday announced that Chicago is the site of a military training exercise this week involving personnel and at least three helicopters.

But the bland press release from City Hall did nothing to prepare folks for the jarring scene that unfolded Monday evening.
“It was frightening,” Jessica Hill said. “I was definitely alarmed.”
At least three Blackhawk helicopters flying at time in close order formation - at other times separating fairly widely - zoomed around office and residential towers for several hours.
“I was pretty amazed,” Felise Llano said, “because they were definitely military.”
Witnesses described three to four very heavily armed men in each chopper. Several said some of the men appeared to be tethered and were at times literally hanging out of the choppers, and looked ready to jump.
Calling it routine training, city officials said in a statement such exercises are conducted by military personnel in various cities around the country. They say the exercises are designed to improve the military's ability to operate in urban environments.
Emergency management officials said the training sites have been selected to minimize the impact on residents' daily routines.
The timing of the drills led some to wonder if they're in preparation for next month's NATO summit.
But officials said that the summit and the drills are unrelated.
(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)