We can state that as a Neutral Objective Fact, now that the 19-year-old former cheerleader has pleaded ‘no contest’ to multiple felonies related to her sexual affair with a minor.What remains is the question of what her plea in a Florida courtroom Thursday means for what Rush Limbaugh has called the movement to ‘normalize pedophilia.”‘ Here’s the answer: There is no question.Forever the consummate conservationists, our self-described “progressive” friends at the ACLU, MSNBC and elsewhere have been ramping-up efforts to downsize from “consenting adults” to merely “consenting” – a far less cumbersome qualifier in the noble struggle for unrestrained sexual license.Tolerating “intergenerational romance” for “minor-attracted” adults is all the rage these days. Over the past year or so this poor, misunderstood lesbian woman’s “anti-gay persecution” has become a cause célèbre among “gay rights” activists and other left-wing purveyors of perversion.Players are also frequently subjected to ads during gameplay. " /Parents need to know that Granny is a free-to-play indie horror game with grotesque art, blood, and jump scares that are probably too intense for young kids.Players are also frequently subjected to ads during gameplay.
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– Members of the Skills USA student organization at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) recently brought home their first gold medal in the Chapter Display category of the Skills USA Nationals competition.
Thomas Butler, Alison Crumb, and Qa Neshia Mays earned gold by building a three-dimensional display that articulates the annual theme for the organization’s national competition, “Champions at Work, Job Ready Day One,” held in Louisville, Ky.
The team built an intricate, rotating, octagonal, three-dimensional model with two computer monitors.
Read More Macon, Ga – Expansion to Central Georgia Technical College’s (CGTC) Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC) on its Macon campus is bringing a three-year-old preschool childcare program to families and with the announcement of a new grant aimed at cutting tuition cost, children of students enrolled at the College will have greater access to affordable, quality childcare.