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All About Me
What can I say??? Originally from Harrisburg, AR. Lived in Northeast Arkansas for most of my life. Started working in radio back in 2000, and it's the best job in the world to me! I'm a huge music fan. Doesn't matter if it's listening to it or playing it, music is what I love!
Music: Country, Rock and Blues are my favorites. I'm a big fan of George Strait, Martina McBride, Dierks Bentley, Reba McEntire, Sugarland, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban and Brad Paisley. (Being a guitar player, I have to say they're two of the best!) Movies: I would have to say that I like Pure Country, Walk The Line, Days of Thunder, Pirates of the Carribean (all 3), Resident Evil (all 3 again!) and any scary movie I can find.
TV: Lost, CSI: Las Vegas, Mythbusters, Iron Chef (I love to cook, and it just cracks me up sometimes.), Throwdown with Bobby Flay, and a show called Ninja Warrior... It's crazy to see how seriously these people take the show! Food: Italian (Lasagna!), Mexican, anything spicy... Things to do: Play guitar, read (Wheel Of Time Series), basketball, volleyball, video games from time to time (Halo, Final Fantasy, Gran Turismo series, Silent Hill), fishing, rock climbing, you name it!
I found this story and just had to share... Can't believe this would happen! Not that I consent to underage drinking, but at least they did the right thing to call a friend instead of get behind the wheel. And the friend that came to pick them up, and probably save their life, gets punished for not saying, "Sorry, can't help ya!" Here's the story from Yahoo! News
It’s tough for Eleanor Cox to talk about how heartbroken her daughter Erin is over the punishment she received for doing what she thought was right. “She’s very fragile and I’m worried about her. Very worried about her. She didn’t do anything wrong,” Cox told Boston's local station WBZ-TV on Sunday. Two weeks ago, Erin received a call from a friend at a party who was too drunk to drive. Erin drove to a neighboring town after work to pick up her friend. Moments after she arrived, the cops arrived too and busted several kids for underage possession of alcohol. A high school honor student, Erin was cleared by police, who agreed she had not been drinking and was not in possession of alcohol. But her high school told Erin she was in violation of the district’s zero tolerance policy against alcohol and drug use. In the middle of her senior year, Erin was demoted from captain of the volleyball team and told she would be suspended from playing for five games. “If a kid asks for help from a friend, you don’t want that kid to say ‘I’m sorry I can’t help you. I might end up in trouble at school,’” said attorney Wendy Murphy, who is trying to help the Cox family get the school’s decision reversed. The Cox family filed a lawsuit in District Court on Friday but a lawyer for the school district argued against any kind of injunction. The judge ruled the court did not have jurisdiction. Meanwhile, the parents of Erin’s teammates have started a petition to support her. Neither the school district nor its attorney could be reached for comment Sunday, but the Cox family is hoping they’ll listen to the host of supporters who’ve stood behind Erin. “She didn’t do anything wrong. She did what she thought was right, and I’m very proud of her,” Erin’s mother said.