Friday, April 06, 2007

Did that really happen?

"Truth will always be truth, regardless of lack of understanding, disbelief or ignorance." - W. Clement Stone

Diversions, bells, whistles, and any other mask can not hide the plain truth. While sometimes it is overlooked, the truth is always blatant and simple though many people often hope to not believe it.

In Sports Today:
The NHL is in it's final two days of regular season and both conferences will have integral positions be decided in the final game or two. The truth is that no league in recent memory have ever been this close or exciting.

In News Today: Ruth Ann Stoneburner of Amanda, Ohio was recently fired as a kindergarten teacher. Why? She used clothespins to quiet children. The truth is, the woman should receive a much deeper penalty then simply not working in the district again.

At Fairfield Today: With the Easter Break in swing, there isn't much to report. However, as reported in The Mirror, a Rider student died of alcohol poisoning and Rider is going to investigate hazing. The truth? Students are going to drink regardless and hazing is nothing new, and every student, parent, and administrator knows it. However, athletics bring money therefore they put up with it. How else could a certain basketball player merely be suspended for "undisclosed reasons" when he probably should have been kicked out of school?


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