Tuesday, August 21, 2018

3 results for 'Joseph "J-Lo"'

Slain Former Quarterback Steve Mcnair Not Worth Praise

By Joseph "J-Lo", published on Jul 9, 2009

Approaching one week after former Houston Oiler and Tennessee Titan quarterback Steve McNair was found shot to death in a rented downtown Nashville condominium, fans and media alike are still grieving over what they would have you believe is an absolute tragedy in the sporting world -- a beloved, all-American football player who was active in the community with various charities and volunteer organizations gunned down in a selfless act of apparent murder-suicide. A married man only in his 30s – the father of four young boys – killed for no visible reason, no evident logic, and no... (more)

Tags: football, nfl, shooting

"Jena at Columbia!"

By Joseph "J-Lo", published on Oct 10, 2007

"If the moderates of the white South fail to act now, history will have to record that the greatest tragedy of this period of social transition was not the strident clamor of the bad people, but the appalling silence of the good people." -Martin Luther King, Jr., (circa 1958) I consider myself in-the-know. I consider myself up-to-date on current events. I have the knowledge to know, or at this point believe to know that America has changed drastically since the 60's. (And I also know that I'm 18 and still have a lot to learn) But now, let's think back for a minute here. 1960's. A time where... (more)

Tags: police

Local high school well prepared for terrorist attack

By Joseph "J-Lo", published on Oct 3, 2007

“I’m on the 106th floor of the World Trade Center. We just had an explosion up here…oh, I’m going to die, aren’t I?” That is a small fraction of the 911 call transcripts placed from trapped victims inside the World Trade Center on Sept. 11 2001, transcripts that were later released to the public. Although Houston is over a thousand miles away from the Big Apple, many locals were affected by that day’s events and tragedies – events and tragedies that caught many Houstonians, and at the same time many students in CCISD, wondering of the possibility of a similar emergency occurring... (more)

Tags: soccer

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