Judge Patricia Schnegg sentenced Chris Brown this afternoon to five years of felony probabtion and 180 days of community labor. The judge was emphatic that Brown serve, “actual physical labor, as […]
According to the Los Angeles Times, Judge Patricia Schnegg delayed the sentencing hearing for Chris Brown until August 27: When Brown struck a plea deal with prosecutors in June, the […]
Two hours before today’s preliminary hearing was scheduled to begin, Brown pleaded guilty to one count of felony assault. As part of the deal, Brown will be sentenced to five years of supervised probation, domestic violence counseling, and six months of community labor (1,400 hours of trash picup, graffiti removal, etc.).
Since I started this site just over four months ago, I have struggled with how we can establish a community of people committed to the same vision. The folks at Barbados Free Press showed me how. I am ever so grateful to them.
So, I’m going to ask all you shy flowers who tend to visit without commenting to get some interaction going on. We’ll start with a poll. A Mom’s Random Mind asked this week why bloggers aren’t doing more to demand change. We are, but I think we’d be more effective if we had a community or forum or platform where we could gather and exchange ideas and information.
Cobras and Pit Bulls “Why don’t you just leave?” It sounds so simple. Pack up your bags and go. My bags were packed. I was ready to go. He found […]