Ummmm... I hope you get what you deserve. Aside from the fact that
Mayerthorpe is hardly "next" to Slave Lake.
With the attitude you show, I sincerely hope that emergency response
personnel find it difficult to assist you in your time of need. That
statement alone shows grand ignorance.
As a footnote, it may interest you that I may reply to some of your
misbegotten posts but I can honestly say that you are doing little in the
way of exciting me. Also of interest... every time you reply to me, you are
showing everyone both the depth of your depravity and the boundlessness of
For those unaware.... recently, four RCMP officers were gunned down in an
incident at a combined "grow-op"/chop shop.... Our little buddy seems to
feel that breaking the law is totally acceptable.... if this is so, I can
imagine the noise he will put up when lawlessness becomes a little more
Yep, relic.... when this crap happens in your backyard, you might be
backpedalling real hard.
<hurricane 575 @ihotmail.com> wrote in message
> On Sun, 03 Apr 2005 02:55:23 GMT, "Jim Warman"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> >www.familyviolenceroundtable.gov.ab.ca/ videos/Bonnie_Knox.ppt
> >Let's see.... 1100 case of domestic violence PER MONTH in Cagary during
> >2003. 6 out of 15 murders in Calgary are related to domestic violence.
> >Calgary's costs for fighting domestic violence could be as high as $125
> >million dollars. Slave Lake as the capitol for domestic violence???? Look
> >around, dog breath....
> look at the population
> btw i liked it when them 4 pigboys got it in that town next to you
> hurc ast
> ><gerald email@example.com> wrote in message
> >> Slave Lake Crime Prevention Coalition has received $38,400 for its
> >> Initiatives for the Prevention of Violent Behaviour project. These
> >> initiatives will address issues within the community such as:
> >> increasing the opportunity for women to make healthy life choices;
> >> collecting and compiling a library consisting of resources and
> >> referrals; increasing children's ability to cope with/prevent violence
> >> within their homes; and, establishing partnerships within the
> >> community to develop strategies to meet the needs of families in order
> >> to prevent family violence. [(780) 849-8019]
> >> http://www.prevention.gc.ca/en/whats...v&di=JOSGNFMG4
> >> lmfao
> >> seems that the lake likes domestic violence
> >> lmfao