Scheme Team Takes TrayMom™ Fundraising and Exploitation Tour To East St. Louis

Following the essential advice of professional money hustlers, TrayMom™ toned down the bling for this visit and sported a more subtle and subdued pin striped suit befitting the financially distressed East St. Louis community church.  However, that didn’t stop TrayMom™ from continuing to pass the plate.   Once again the Scheme Team™ hiding behind the guise of raising funds for the “Trayvon Foundation”™.

[…] Trayvon’s father, Tracy Martin, who grew up in East St. Louis, and his mother, Sybrina Fulton, attended a Stop the Violence rally Friday at the North End Missionary Baptist Church. The church’s capacity was 750, but the crowd filled the sanctuary and spilled outside.

Benjamin Crump, the attorney for Trayvon’s family, stirred the packed church by asking them to repeat after him loud enough so Trayvon could hear them: “I am Trayvon Martin.”

He compared the death of Trayvon Martin, 16, on Feb. 26 in Sanford, Fla., after a neighborhood watch member shot the teen, to the death of Emmett Till, 14, who in 1955 was murdered after whistling at a white woman.

Emmett Till’s mother, Mamie, made the “brave decision” to have her son’s brutalized body brought from Mississippi back to Chicago, stopping in cities along the way to let the people know what three white men did to her son.

Then he looked around at the audience and said the Martin family made the decision that they would not be quiet about the situation but would talk, beg, scream and fight until they got justice.  […]

Benjamin Crump knows how to pitch a crowd, and deliver them to a standing fervor while shouting the names of Trayvon™ and TrayMom™.    The tour has steadily improved and become more efficient in performance delivery, each participant more comfortable with their role.   Now, with so many promotional events now under their belt, they are getting quite good at the standard “rally in a coffin box” it takes them no time to swoop in, deliver the message, work up the crowd, and then deliver the fleecing.

Members of the Empowerment Temple contribute to Justice T.M., a fund for Trayvon Martin, during the service. Sybrina Fulton, the mother of Trayvon Martin, was invited by Pastor Jamal Bryant to speak at Sunday services at the Empowerment Temple

Following sold out and successful performances in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Birmingham, Baltimore, and even London, the cross-country and international exploitation is raking in the cash one plate or trash can at a time.

But this performance was especially sentimental for absentee sperm donor, and genetically documented TrayDad™,  Tracy Martin.

Civil rights activist Al Sharpton presents the cash haul from a rally with Trayvon Martin’s parents at a church in Los Angeles. The rally was attended by Rick Ross, Councilman Bernard C. Parks, Big Boy, Jesse Jackson, Mary Mary, Oscar Grant’s family, Tony Cornelius, Benjamin Crump, Sybrina Fulton, Tracy Martin, Jahvaris Martin, Dawn Haynes, and Minister Omarosa O. Manigault.

Traydad™ grew up and gained his street cred in ESL.   These are his peeps to fleece.  He knows these donors better than he knew his own son.   But, then again, that ain’t saying much.   TrayDad™ was quoted as saying the tour “hadn’t seen the support we will get until we get to East St. Louis“.    In other words, he felt this could potentially be a big payday stop on the tour for tears and cash.   Tax free cash mind you.

Benjamin Crump talked to the crowd about the mission for the Trayvon Martin Foundation™:

    • * To be advocates for families who have lost loved ones to senseless crimes.
    • * To educate young people on conflict resolution techniques.
    • * Increase awareness against all types of profiling.
    • * Enact “Trayvon Martin” legislation to confront and amend the stand your ground principles that suggest that you can be the aggressor and then try to claim self-defense.

Crump, speaking about profiling, said, “We believe in our heart of hearts that Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch vigilante got out of his car, profiled and confronted Trayvon Martin as he was just trying to walk home with his Skittles and iced tea.”

Before taking his seat, Crump told the crowd that he and the family came to East St. Louis “to stand with you to stop the violence.”

“Just think for one second. I want you all to consider what if on Feb. 26, George Zimmerman didn’t have a gun.  It might’ve been an altercation, but nobody would be dead. Trayvon would’ve been going to his prom, and pursuing his dreams in the aviation field.

Amid loud applause, Fulton first thanked the people “for standing up for my son.” Then, she said, “Trayvon is your son, your stepson, your grandson, your nephew — all of your sons. If it could happen to my son, it could happen to your son. We all have to get up and stand up for justice. Trayvon is no different from any other kid.”

TrayMom™ asked every donor in the room to:

“change your kids’ minds and make sure you’re talking to them every day and giving them hugs and kisses.  You have to give them love.”

Ironic words coming from a “mother” who barely knew her son’s “interests” and dispatched him from person to person as caregiver.   This same “mother” who never even went to Sanford after being told Trayvon was shot and killed, when she instead chose to remain in Fort Lauderdale and organize the exploitation tour.

Fulton said Trayvon was never afraid to hug and kiss her in public.

Not surprising considering the four step-fathers, minimum 3 step-mothers, and umpteen step-brothers and sisters by marriage, sperm donation, or just plain coincidence.  Heck, I’m sorry to be a little snarky about it, but, Trayvon™ could hug a stranger at the bus stop and I’ll bet in some way he would be “step-related” to the stranger.   Under those circumstances why not just greet everyone like Mom.    I digress…..

TrayDad™ (aka TraySpermDonor™), who literally grew up all over East St. Louis, including the Roosevelt homes, the Norman E. Owens housing projects, at 21st and Lynch and also in Washington Park,  said the guns are the problem:  “guns need to go“.

“We have to take the guns away, but we have to replace them with something. It starts with God and love. We have to get back to family love, family values. We have to embrace and love each other. Then we need jobs. And we have to give them a book, an education. Without education, it’s a lost cause.”

Yeah, he actually said that.  I had to find a citation because I just about fell out of my chair.  “Family love and family values“?   Tracy Martin, aka TrayDad™ actually said that with a straight face.

This,  “family values” comment from the same guy who fathered a kid out-of-wedlock before hooking up with TrayMom™ (Sybrina Fulton) who was herself with a child from another sperm donor that was not TrayDaddy™ Martin;   and while married to TrayMom™ hooked up with another woman who became wife #3, and is still currently still married to, when he jumped ship a few years ago and hooked up with “girlfriend” Brandy Green in Orlando, who owns the townhouse where Trayvon™ was shot.

TraySpermDonor™ talking about “Family Values” is about as credible as Charlie Sheen discussing the immorality of prostitution.

TrayDad™ continued by saying more resources are needed to invest in centers for young men and women to go to so they can be off the streets.   Hey, here’s a thought what about a “HOME”, try that one on for size.

Talking about his son, TrayDad™ said:

“Trayvon thought it was safe for him to walk outside.  He was in a gated community. That community has been there for five years. We shouldn’t have to be afraid to walk outside, or be afraid of profiling, or of getting robbed or shot.”

A group of family and friends, best described as co-dependent sheeple, presented Fulton and Martin with a plaque that contained Trayvon’s picture with him wearing a hoodie. The Martin family was told that the plaque would serve as a constant reminder of  their solidarity with the family — and their vow to fight for justice right along with them.

A kid named Brianna Hunter, 13, said, “gun violence is not always the answer.”?  “Not Always”…  well, that’s a good start I guess.   Yeah, that’s the ticket, let’s support a 13-year-old contemplating when “gun violence” should or should not be the appropriate response to the feeling if vulnerability in the self-fulfilling ghetto zoo they are forced to live in.

The 13-year-old sage continued by saying:

“People need to learn how to settle their differences without shooting people.  Put down the guns and pull up your pants. That’s disrespectful.”

Ya think?

East Saint Louis Mayor Alvin Parks adresses the crowd. I wonder what the “entry or admittance” bracelet was for? Donor Luncheon Entry Maybe ?

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136 Responses to Scheme Team Takes TrayMom™ Fundraising and Exploitation Tour To East St. Louis

  1. Reblogged this on danmillerinpanama and commented:
    How can a jury anyone resist these somber pleas? Revenge is mine, say the offended.

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  2. marie says:

    Pimpin’…just pimpin’. So disgusting. Notice the women in the church…. not men.

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    • minpin says:

      I’m starting to get disgusted with those in my own female gender. There was a poll done in Fla. on who supports the SYG law. I believe something like 60 something % supported the law. When you drill down to the gender vote, a larger % of females did not support the SYG law. They can’t have all been black females.

      It appears that some females believe that if you ban guns, and no one is allowed to own guns, that no one will be shot. Crime statistics indicate that with SYG type laws have actually lowered crime in some areas. Can these females really believe that guns kill people, and people don’t kill people? Do they have any knowledge that if guns were banned, the underground black market would allow the worst of the worst to have guns? What part of the more destructive black market do they not get? Hell, forget the black market, look at Fast and Furious conducted by our own government.

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      • myopiafree says:

        Yes, you can ban weapons so no one can protect themselves like Mexico has done it.. Now, only the Cartels own weapons as well as the police. A massive number of people are being killed because of how safe the people are because they don’t own firearms and are protected by the police. (Pardon the sarcasm.) Those who would give up a part of their essential liberty, to secure greater security will, in time. have neither liberty or security.

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      • Amester says:

        As a woman I too was concerned about the number of women that seem to be supporting gun bans and gun control. However the numbers are actually trending the other way since 1993. I believe there was a poll conducted October 2011 by Gallup that would support my claim. We still have some hearts and minds to reach as the Florida numbers would seem to indicate. I have been visiting this site for about a month every day and this is my first post.

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        • WeeWeed says:

          Welcome, Amester!

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        • Sharon says:

          Welcome to the Tree Amester! Find yourself a branch and make yourself at home. 🙂

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        • chinchilla says:

          If you outlaw guns in St. Louis, only East St. Louis will have guns.

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          • Omar says:

            True….but those law-abiding citizens on the East side of the Mississippi wouldn’t be carrying concealed weapons due to the no conceal and carry law in Illinois. All of their weapons would be locked away safely at home, with the ammo safely stored in a location away from the gun. *sarcastic eye roll*. Ahhhhh…..Illinois. Gotta love it. Now I have a headache.

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    • BigZim says:

      All I can say is THANK GOD! for the Conservative Tree House! Them Liberal Left-wing Jerk-off’s might be able to get us Good Decent Law-abiding American Patriot’s posting’s deleted on CNN, NBC, ABC, PBS, MSNBC, CBS and MSNBC get us all banned Liberal Hog Mud-pit’s of Far-left Liberal Dogma!!! But they don’t cut NO muster up here in the Conservative Tree House!!!!

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  3. rjp says:

    Emmett Till’s mother, Mamie, made the “brave decision” to have her son’s brutalized body brought from Mississippi back to Chicago, stopping in cities along the way to let the people know what three white men did to her son.

    How about a tour of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom’s bodies to let people know what five black men did to them?

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  4. John Galt says:

    “I wonder what the “entry or admittance” bracelet was for?”

    Maybe the purple bracelet is a sign of solidarity with Trayvon.

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  5. PAL says:

    The whole Trayvon fiasco load of doggie doo-doo is what brought me to this website in the first place. It’s unbelievable how much detective work you folks have done on this case and you’re not even getting PAID to do this. Just shows how pathetic the lame-stream media are (and SOME law enforcement too for that matter). :eyeroll:

    I’m still stunned over the whole purple drank thing. Wow.

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    • howie says:

      Gee. I wonder why MSNBC dropped it like a Hot Potato?

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      • PAL says:

        howie, I always knew that ‘NyQuil’ was the 13th frickin’ step (according to Dennis Leary), but, is purple drank the 1st step to instant six foot under? “Candy is dandy but liquor is quicker”… NOT THIS TIME, pal! You got your drank, your cough syrup, your candy…you good!

        Cripes. I have an ancient bottle of robitussin in my medicine closet. Anyone who ingests that for fun has got to be bat-guano crazy!

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        • Aussie says:

          imagine if they could get a high off Sennega & Ammonia… they would have to be crazy to try that stuff in order to get a high!! It is foul… but is worked!!

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        • garnette says:

          It amazes me of what people will try in order to get “high.” Remember when huffing was the cheap drug of choice? Or when kids realized that they could get a high off inhaling the air in whipped cream bottles? Or that alcoholics will drink anything with alcohol in it, such was NyQuil or Vanilla extract. Or even the easy to obtain ingredients for Meth. So many times the “nanny state”tries to control the products which just leads to finding a new “drug” of choice and each time it seems to be worse than the last drug.

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          • Amester says:

            I heard recently that these days the kids are drinking hand sanitizer.

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          • Roscoe P. Soultrane says:

            “Or that alcoholics will drink anything with alcohol in it, such was NyQuil or Vanilla extract.”

            I believe Sterno Squeezins and mouthwash are the cocktails of choice for the dedicated boozehounds

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    • myopiafree says:

      I don’t want to be dramatic, but people like Dedicated Dad and Sundance believe that their sacrifice of time and effort – for honest truth and freedom – is worth it. I always say, you lead – and I will follow.

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  6. John Galt says:

    “Put down the guns and pull up your pants.” Holy cow, I hope they have Brianna Hunter in a witness protection program.

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  7. PatriotUSA says:

    As long as there are thugs like travon, obama, sharpton, crump, I sure as hell will not put down or ever release my guns to f—ing anyone. My pants?? There are always help up by a belt and hang right where they should be. We are surrounded by morons, race baiting, white hating people.

    BTW: where is the media outrage over this white woman’s death at the hands of a black? Oh yeah, just another dead cracker so there is nothing to report here. Slurp, slurp….
    http://texasfred.net/archives/16765

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    • Krisie says:

      Maybe because the perp was caught not long after the criminal act ( not a whole month after admitting to it and claiming self defense like George Zimmerman). Duh!

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      • howie says:

        Duh..the perp is dead in the Treyvon case.

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      • minpin says:

        Jeasus you liberal women never give up, do you? A loud mouth will never win over the good looks of conservative women. Your mouth is all you have, and it ain’t pretty. Duh!

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      • Sandusky says:

        Krisie, does the word “evidence” mean anything to you?

        The local police didn’t just pat GZ on the head that night and send him home – they interviewed him for FIVE HOURS. The EVIDENCE all pointed to him being the attacked, not the attacker. So they let him go because they had no grounds for holding him. Are you suggesting that even if there is EVIDENCE that someone has been attacked, and NO EVIDENCE that they were the attacker, they should be thrown in jail anyway, regardless of their broken nose, black eyes, bruised jaw, and cut head? Does that sound like a justice system to you? Does it sound like presumption of innocence? Or does presumption of innocence only apply to black-on-white violence?

        Flash forward to the bond hearing, weeks later. A whole TEAM of people have meanwhile been searching for EVIDENCE that GZ was the attacker. But they had to admit, on oath, that they had no EVIDENCE of who struck the first blow.

        As far as I can see from the EVIDENCE so far presented, this thing has been a travesty of justice. But if you have EVIDENCE to the contrary, please feel free to share it.

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      • Aussie says:

        well, in the case of TM it was definitely a case where GZ could claim self-defense. The high as a kite TM got what was coming after he attacked GZ. It was not murder.

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        • Roscoe P. Soultrane says:

          Didn’t one of the police timelines have a policeman arriving on the scene 20 seconds or so after the shooting? If that was remotely accurate (and I’m not certain that it is), Traydmark would have been dead even if Zimmerman hadn’t plugged him. If they were fighting over the gun, the arriving policeman would have seen Traydmark in hoodie, with gun, either standing over or straddling Zimmerman. Otherwise, he’d have seen Traydmark pummeling an helpless individual. Either way, Traydmark gets to eat about 15 rounds of .40 cal.

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      • Jello333 says:

        George was never “caught”. He fully cooperated from day one (from minute one actually). The cops and prosecutor looked at all the witnesses and evidence and THEY determined it was, and is, self-defense. Despite that, the investigation was still ongoing. Oh, and Crump and the other idiots KNEW it was ongoing. And instead of waiting to see if anything would come of it, they started their little LIARS’ CIRCUS. Are you saying you actually support what those freaks have done?

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  8. Lee says:

    It is more than just a little hypocritical to say you do not want violence, yet continue to paint Zimmerman as someone who racially profiled, hunted down, and killed their son in cold blood. The mother asked three questions of Zimmerman, via an interview. One of the questions was if he was sorry. When Zimmerman wanted to speak in private they refused. When he offered his sympathy the only place he could ( thanks to death threats) they make a big show of how offended they were. They know that Zimmerman, his family, witnesses….have received death threats….if they wanted peace they would be silent until things calm down. They have their arrest. Encouraging the false picture of their son is just continuing to fuel the fire. Emmitt Till is not in anyway a comparison to Trayvon. Till was asleep in his bed,taken from a relative’s house,beaten, shot, and weighted down in a river. Trayvon was beating a man into the ground.

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    • howie says:

      Zimmerman is a Liberal Democrat. Just like Mayor of Newark.

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      • minpin says:

        howie- That is probably one of the most digsusting statements I’ve read here yet. Zimmerman is a liberal Democrat, anf you know this how? How do you know that GZ is a liberal? Do you have any proof? I bet you don’t, not at all. Are you really trying to imply that GZ is a lying, backtracing idiot like the mayor of Newark. When the Newark mayor backed Romney’s capitalism, he was forced to backtrack, and his comments were febel at best.

        GX is Corey Booker? Give me a freakin break.

        So, we shouldn’t be backing GZ because he was a Democrat, and a liberal one by your description. Where have you beem all this time with your true feelings?

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        • howie says:

          No No No The comparison is that they throw them both under the Bus. Not what you think. Now I am not sure he is “Liberal” but he is a Democrat for sure. Both are off the PC reservation. Did you see what they did to Booker? We back Zim because he is innocent of the charges. Zim was active in Sanford trying to make a difference for the Black Community. Booker was trying in Newark. Both under the PC Bus.

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          • Aussie says:

            Howie, you need to be careful when using the sarcasm… people will mistake what you say… like Min did… and I think I would have to agree that you really did need to clarify what you meant because it was not all that clear.

            Yes, George is a registered Democrat and he has been thrown under the bus because of racial money hungry motivations.

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  9. Sharon says:

    The cameras in the second photo and the gleeful posing in the first one demonstrate that this is NOT about either the life or death Trayvon Martin. It’s about (1) gettin’ money; (2) seein’ celebrities; (3) hootin’ ‘n hollerin’; (4) taking pictures and (5) “I was there!”

    Disgusting. I bet they wish they had delayed his burial until the one-year anniversary. Crap, they could have carted it all over the country and sold tickets so people could “stream by the casket” in city after city after city after city. Bet they would’ve if they had thought of it. The Crump Casket Cash Cow.

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    • PAL says:

      Sharon, don’t forget about (6) Smilin’ and posin’!

      Sickening.
      C’mon now, ya’ll! Let’s ‘lean’ in and smile big for the photo!

      *pukes up an Anna Nicole Pickle*

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      • PAL says:

        Where are the SKITTLES and Watermelon Drank for the pictures? What? ATTICA! Attica! Where are the HOODIES? *wee tear* Where are the unabomber hoodie photos to show that white freaks in hoodies were…uhm…’profiled’ too?

        ATTICA! ATTICA!

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        • Sharon says:

          There’s a point where even satire and sarcasm are useless. Our national house is burning down and these people are stoking the fire…some of them ignorantly and some of them with full intent. The government that is charged with protecting our God-given rights under the Constitution has been taken over by their representatives, such as Eric Holder.

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          • PAL says:

            That’s because ‘they’ think the Constitution is ‘racist’. That’s what we the people (of all creeds and colors) are up against. This administration is scary as hell.

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            • Sharon says:

              Exactly. I don’t make that observation about sarcasm lightly and not “at” you , but because I have habitually used the sharpest sarcasm I could construct. I certainly “knew what I thought” about the horrors I was reacting to but wasn’t skilled to respond other than with sarcasm. So I’m just tossing that on the table in case it rings bells for anyone else. What’s happening in our nation is dreadfully serious. When we found the Tree, after we were left on foot in the forest with no place to hang our hats, Sundance put together some stuff in the references pages (About Us) that get at the idea that we have got to try to get better at how we process and respond to what’s happening.

              My main motivation for being on line is to try to get better at thinking through, understanding and “getting at” the real issues underlying the daily events that drive us bonkers.

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  10. scubachick75 says:

    Disgusting. They have held many Crump and dumps in several different states now. Can you imagine how much tax free money has been collected. You know it has be a lot or they wouldn’t keep going. In attempt to prove sybrina’s dedication to her mission, Crump stated that she turned down Oprah for an interview. well duh!! Oprah doesn’t pay her guests so why would they do it? It doesn’t benefit their true cause…..greed! What a bunch of suckers these people are. Do any of them think for themselves?

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    • PAL says:

      Crump and dumps. LMAO!

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    • minpin says:

      That’s too funny. The TM donation sites show some amount of donations collected, which seems to be far less than what GZ collected on his own site within a few weeks. You can bet your life that the donation sites don’t include a dime collected in cash in those trash cans and baskets. No one can prove how much was collected for the let’s keep Sybrina and Tracy in the high life style they are getting used to.

      Just like a waitress was trusted to report her total tip take for the shift, Sybrina and Tracy will say they got very little money, when it comes to the IRS.

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    • John Galt says:

      “tax free money” While they do make that contention on the wepay donation website, I am not finding JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON MARTIN FOUNDATION in the IRS database, nor am I finding any organization containing the term “Trayvon”.

      http://apps.irs.gov/app/eos/mainSearch.do;jsessionid=hLPxPBvWS1QVqLMsv5Chp6JRbd20hbGG4XnstFP4bnzWr13wlJbF!-1783186224?mainSearchChoice=pub78&dispatchMethod=selectSearch

      https://www.wepay.com/donations/3819

      Also, I think various states require registration prior to seeking charitable donations.

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      • John Galt says:

        Let me correct myself. They do not actually contend “tax free” on the wepay donation site. They contend “non-profit”. Not finding anything regarding “tax free” or “tax exempt” claims.

        “This is the official site supporting the JUSTICE FOR TRAYVON MARTIN FOUNDATION (“Justice™). Justice™ is a non-profit organization founded by Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin (parents of Trayvon Martin) was established, March 2012, to create awareness and action in response to the murder of Trayvon Martin.”

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        • Sandusky says:

          Now, now, John. Of course they’re “non-profit”. I mean, seriously – by the time they’ve deducted salaries for all those people who are on board the gravy train, not to mention expenses for the whole dang crowd (national and international travel, designer clothing, fancy meals, all the latest communication devices so they can keep in constant touch with each other over any breaking developments, private tutor for TM’s older half-brother, etc etc etc), of course there ain’t gonna be no profit.

          And if that nasty old IRS tries to challenge them on it, why, they’ll just have to speak to that nice man in the JustUs Department, won’t they?

          Well, until the election, anyway.

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          • Sandusky says:

            I didn’t even notice that the first time. “Justice™ is a non-profit organization…established…to create awareness and action in response to the murder of Trayvon Martin.” My oh my, they DO give themselves a LOT of leeway, don’t they? That’s a mission statement even looser than the Crumpster explained (above), and even the goals*he* gave were vague enough to allow these people to live as high as they can for as long as they can. So basically if they dress up, show up, and stir up, they’ve fulfilled their mission statement. Nice work if you can get it.

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          • minpin says:

            We are only talking about the donation website. What about the wastebasket cash hauls? Who is responsible for counting those cash hauls. The donation website is a junior player in all this.

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          • ctdar says:

            Non Profits have to prove they are such an outlet before they receive a tax exempt ID .
            perpetuating a fraud doesn’t qualify

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        • John Galt says:

          They have yet another trademark application:

          http://tess2.uspto.gov/bin/showfield?f=doc&state=4008:nt2fup.2.2

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    • Auntie Lib says:

      There’s nothing “tax-free” about those donations. The Trust will have to report all donations and pay taxes on them – next year. If Obama is still president, you can bet that no one at the IRS will look too closely. Should the current administration not be in power, however, the level of scrutiny could possibly be a touch less myopic. I wonder what the Trust is paying all these players for their benevolent participation. Can we say “scam”?

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      • minpin says:

        Auntie Lib- Who is keeping track of the wastbasket cash donation? No one. Sure the website collecting donations will surely have to pay taxes on those donations, I think. Who is going to tally the cash donations being collected in the churches? I’ll make you a bet that there is no accounting of the cash hauls, therefore, the majority of donations are tax free.

        Yeah it’s a scam, but who is watching the scammers?

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      • tnwahm says:

        How are they paying TrayMom and TrayDad? Are they employees or independent contractors? Payroll taxes can be a ***ch and the IRS takes missing the timely paying of them very seriously.

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    • Aussie says:

      or Oprah is on the outer with Chumpy

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  11. PAL says:

    “Errrrrrbody, show yo grill!”

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  12. minpin says:

    If these people had any decency they would be traveling the country talking about how being uninvolved in your kids life leads them to an early demise. They would be talking about Trayvon’s suspensions, drug use, and wayward lifestyle. They could go a long way in asking the black community to stand with them in favor of good parenting, staying involved with the kid, punishing them when they misbehave enough to get suspended. There is no way possible they would touch those lessons with a 10 foot pole. Nope, it’s all about those evil white and or hispanics who profile these drug infested juveniles, hunt them down like rabid dogs, and shoot them for walking with Skittles while black.

    This fits the Obama re-election narrative to a T.

    TM= Transcendental Medication.

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    • PAL says:

      OMG! ▲THIS▲

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    • Sharon says:

      You make the perfect point.

      What if Sabrina stood up and said, “Mamas, I’m talking to you: When Trayvon died, I had not talked with him for six weeks. I had not talked with any of his schoolteachers for 2 years. I did not know what he was doing 90% of the time, for the last ten years. I gave up some time back. I just gave up. I’ve been going to work and punching a clock and pulling a paycheck for years now. I didn’t do all of these things because I thought it was such a great idea. I did them because it was just too hard to care about him any more. And I decided he wasn’t worth the effort it would take to stay in touch and force him to deal with his life. I decided it was easier just to slide. I didn’t know that my neglect would contribute to his death. I did not know that.

      “Now I realize that it did. I still don’t know how I would ‘do things differently’ so I have asked some folks to speak to us this afternoon who do have practical insights into what to do with this lost generation. Ladies and gentlemen, speaking in order, may I introduce Laura Bush, Clarence Thomas, Lloyd Marcus and Zell Miller. Please give them your full attention. Since they will be speaking in standard English, we invite all of you to watch the projection screen for subtitling of their talks in Ebonics and Hoodspeak.”

      You see, as I was typing that, I realized that there’s no point. There are two Americas. They live in unAmerica. They are fighting to remain there and they will hurt anyone who tries to get them to leave that cultural ghetto. Prison walls can become so familiar, you know, that prisoners become reluctant to leave them. Those within their own culture who understand this and keep on enabling them are deliberately representing the interests of evil. God, help us.

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      • howie says:

        He will.

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      • PAL says:

        Sharon, it’s so effin’ scary. I’m terrified where our country is heading. And 49% of Americans on the gov. dole? The tipping point is going to either put us in Greece/Italy/Ireland/et a/ territory or we are going to seriously have to shake down our whole mess before it becomes systemic and the whole damned world collapses like a deck of Ponzi scheme cards.

        Oh. And let’s not even THINK about the fact that if fukushima number 4 nuclear reactor in Japan is hit by another earthquake while they are trying to ‘contain’ it? We are toast.

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        • howie says:

          They ain’t got us yet.

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          • minpin says:

            Glad that you are such an eternal optimist howie. When those of us don’t take the other side seriously, and prefer to make funny at those on the other side, we are in trouble, no? They may not have gotten us yet, but they are so well on the way that turning it all back is going to be a tremendous undertaking. Sorry, I can’t adopt your seemingly cavalier attitude, or to be so optimistic that we can all turn this around with the swipe of a wand, or electing an R as president. Because this problem is so all pervasive, in every institution in the US, it is not going to be a walk in the park to turn it around. They are everywhere, and the WH is only the start to this.

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            • barnslayer says:

              Yes the WH is only a start. We can’t expect 100% turn around in one election. Even if our dream team got elected we can’t make the mistake of assuming everyone is onboard. Eternal vigilance.

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            • Sharon says:

              I agree with you that we need to be careful about “making ourselves feel better” just by “making funny” about them. I do think some of that happens just as a stress reliever..however, we need to be aware of not hiding there.

              I don’t know what all Howie is drawing from, in personal convictions, etc. in the comments above, but confident/ultimate optimism is not necessarily “cavalier,” I don’t think.

              Electing an R as president isn’t worth a bucket of warm spit, unless there is a deepdown conviction across the nation (not by a political party but by Americans) to CLEAN HOUSE and pay whatever price is required to do it.

              I have ultimate optimism (faith-based and from what I know of individual Americans who have not yet begun to fight). However, that is not “lightly adopted” optimism, just to avoid blackest despair. Between “I give up” on one end of the spectrum, and “Yahoo!! No problem–this is eeeezy!” on the other end, there are about a thousand shades of Fighting Gray. I think almost everyone who comments on the Tree is somewhere in the middle of all those grays–and pushing forward, each starting from a different place and moving forward at a different pace.

              If we can turn it around, how long do you think it will take? (I think a minimum of 14-20 years) Do you think there will still be 50 states when it’s over? I think that tackling some of those impossible questions is something we ought not be afraid to discuss, without any assumptions about where the discussions take us.

              Do you think we must have a Congress willing to go for a whole bunch of impeachments of sitting federal judges? If a conservative supreme dies or resigns, is the supreme court permanently lost? What are the “next questions?”

              I sure don’t mean, at all, (or atoll–that’s for Grunt) to make light of your observation, but then what? How shall we think? How shall we converse as we peer into the deep dark morass that our nation has perhaps not faced since the 1860’s?

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              • minpin says:

                Sharon- I respect your opinion, but as one who was so against a nominee Romney, I will crawl on broken glass to vote against Barack Obama. No, the country will not be turned around for generations. We’ve allowed the government to take over the minds of our children, and with Obama, he has now included the very tiniest amongst us. The liberal nannies are now getting them as young as pre-school.

                I will walk through hell, on glass, and naked to vote Obama out, period.

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                • Sharon says:

                  Me, too 🙂 Sure didn’t mean to leave room for anyone to think otherwise! However, I did mean to point out that even if Romney wins in a landslide and there is a conservative Congress–even THAT won’t guarantee a cleanup if they don’t do what they were sent there to do, and add a couple things to it–like cleaning out the regulatory agencies.

                  Congress has stood by as though they are helpless in the face of all that these thugs have done to our nation--both sides of Congress. Republicans, this very week, have been backing down regarding charging Holder with Contempt of Congress for refusing to provide documents that have been subpoenaed. The Federal Courts are legislating; the Congress is not producing a Budget (three years in a row now); the Executive is governing by fiat…..

                  Things are very seriously out of order. Who is going to make Congress produce a budget? Who is going to do the investigations into Holder’s regime? Who is going to get justice for Bryan Terry? Who is going to investigate and unwind everything those blasted, unchallenged, unappointed Czars have been doing for three years?

                  In 2010, the “conservatives” swept the election from shore to shore–didn’t change much because they were co-opted by the entrenched powers before they even had their boxes unpacked in Washington. And that is the point I was trying to make. Just winning the election, in and of itself, will not fix a single thing.

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        • Roscoe P. Soultrane says:

          “Oh. And let’s not even THINK about the fact that if fukushima number 4 nuclear reactor in Japan is hit by another earthquake while they are trying to ‘contain’ it? We are toast.”

          Payback is a bitch, loundeye!

          – A bunch of old folks in Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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          • barnslayer says:

            The A bombs WERE payback. The Japanese started the war. They had ample opportunity to surrender before the bombs were dropped. Negative impact on the USA from a meltdown in Japan has been overblown by the anti-nuke greenies and economy “experts”.

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      • Sandusky says:

        The first part of your post really touched me, Sharon. If only TrayMom had had the heart and the humility to say those things. If only she’d actually LOVED her son, the stranger.

        But the second part of the post brought me back to reality. You’re right – they don’t want to leave their unAmerica. How CAN they leave it? If they walk away from their identity as oppressed victims, who will they be? It would be too frightening to contemplate. How many of us would willingly walk away from OUR identities?

        God, help us indeed.

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  13. Ash says:

    These are parents that had very good paying jobs they chose to quit and are asking people in the highest crime area of the country,with very high unemployment, whose average income is a third of theirs to donate to them.

    That’s really crass when you consider they are telling people that they need to stop the violence with jobs, and books yet this money is not going back into the community for either.

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    • Jasper says:

      Sybrina and Tracy Martin setting black people back 20 years. what was the injustice done to Trayvon I just dont get it? His killer was arrested immediately and a thorough investigation was done. What kind of precedent is being set here? Everytime a black person doesnt get the result they want from the law then govt will cave to their pressure if they hire a lawyer and stir up enuff shit? This case is scary if you step back and look at what has been allowed to happen

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  14. scubachick75 says:

    Great point, Ash! Goes to show how little they care about the people they say they are advocating for. So far, I haven’t seen a single person benefit from that money except The Martin/Fulton family and Crump.

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  15. DiwataMan says:

    Brandy Green claimed Trayvon didn’t know anyone around Sanford. Team Skittles has claimed all Trayvon was doing was just trying to get home with his skittles to watch the NBA All Star game. That he was going to rush home from 711 because it was about to rain. Well, thanks to youtube user Nunyo Bidness who watched my extended version of the 711 video that I was able to upload thanks to justice099 and sundancecracker, it appears Trayvon did possibly know someone from Sanford and was not so much in a hurry to get home. Watch below.

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    • minpin says:

      Interesting to say the least. In Chris Serins police report he claims that Tracy told him that TM had been in Sanford for the past 7 days. He was brought there according to Tracy because of his school suspension. It’s there, look it up. Serino says that TM was there for 7 days before the incident. Any druggie can make several connections in 7 days.

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    • John Galt says:

      I want to get all four of them on the floor at gunpoint. I guess I can’t be a 7-11 clerk.

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      • minpin says:

        I didn’t see any witness statements released by the prosecution indicating that the 711 clerk was one of them. I’d love nothing more than to see the 711 clerk show up as a defense witness. Stranger things have happened.

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      • minpin says:

        Isn’t that another person at the upper end of the counter with a black jacket and blue shirt? Seems there were 5 in the store at that time.

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      • Sandusky says:

        Whatever they pay a 7-11 clerk, it isn’t enough. These guys take their lives in their hands on every watch.

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        • ain’t that the truth. Sheeesh with these peeps in/out it’s no wonder that those clerks are not complete nervous wrecks. 😦

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          • ctdar says:

            Looks like bout to rob the place, all their faces are covered somewhat. I remember in that video when the clerk hunched/tensed up his shoulders at the register when TM first approached counter… getting a mindset ready to fight.

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          • Sharon says:

            The one has his face almost totally covered all the time….yeah, ctdar, I noticed the clerk’s body language, too.

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    • Exceptional work Diwataman…. Exceptional. What time did Trayvon leave then? This is very interesting….

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      • DiwataMan says:

        Trayvon walks into frame from the East at 6:21:54 and exits towards the East, back towards home at 6:29:19

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        • So he was standing outside with “???” for whatever reason, for around 5 minutes?

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          • DiwataMan says:

            Yes, it looks like he walked out of the store at 6:24. The three stooges walk in about a minute and a half later. Curly looks like he walks out of the store with the blunts somewhere around 6:28. The other two stooges make there way out around 6:29 the same time Trayvon walks back into frame.

            Diwataman, I’m gonna post this video so we can flesh this out a little more in a comments section. /SD

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          • Jello333 says:

            Great job, DiwataMan! And Sundance, if you haven’t got to it yet, please look for the email I sent you earlier today. Although it’s completely coincidental, it turns out that what I said in that email could be related to what we see in this video.

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    • Raoul says:

      Is there any clues as to what time Trayvon left the townhouse? He was on the phone with Dee Dee from 5:09 for 81 minutes and made another call to her at 6:30 for 13 minutes. Was he running the streets with these guys, or just hook up with them there for a little transaction???

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    • chinchilla says:

      Didn’t some witness claim that TM played football with the neighborhood kids? Memory’s hazy, but I vaguely remember something like that. Don’t know if he ‘knew’ them very well, but it popped into my aching head.

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  16. minpin says:

    Go back to the picture posted above where they are all looking left. The face on Sybrina is the face of hate. Look back at many of Sybrinas pictures. Her face is the face of hate. Someone ought to trademark Sybrinas face of hate. That is not the face of a mother greiving, that is the face of hate.

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    • Sandusky says:

      I have often thought the same thing, of late, minpin. She doesn’t look like a woman who, if you asked a question that hit a tender spot, would give in to her overshadowing grief and collapse in a flood of tears She looks like a woman who, if you asked a question that hit a tender spot, would rip your head off and spit down your neck.

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    • Splat! says:

      Oh. THAT left! lol. I’m looking at pictures, and seeing people look to MY right. duh.

      What you might be seeing there is a lot of resentment. After her “accident” remark, she’s been told to shut up or stick to the script. She’s being lead around by her womanizing ex-husband and a lawyer who is focused on dollar signs. Is she brave enough to make another choice? We’ll see, but I certainly don’t expect her to come forth with anything but “they’ve killed my son and now they’re trying to kill his reputation.”

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  17. howie says:

    UhOh! The plot thickens.

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  18. minpin says:

    Hubby went to local 711 here in small town VA to see if they sold Robotussin. Yup, right there on the shelf. Different states may have different laws, but here in VA you can still get Ronotussin DM right from the store aisles.

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  19. Jasper says:

    This is interesting yet irrelevant as far as helping GZ prove self defense

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    • Sharon says:

      This post perhaps was intended as continued documentation of the thinking of the attorneys involved in managing the family. There seem to be some strongly motivated black attorneys, preachers and opportunists who have built entire careers based on facilitating racial strife wherever they see the opportunity to do so, or making money and advancing themselves in the wake of inter-racial incidents.

      Various aspects of the self-defense issue are covered exhaustively in many other posts/threads and that does not seem to be the purpose of this post.

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    • This has nothing to do with helping GZ prove self-defense, nor was it intended to.

      There is a far bigger picture than George Zimmerman at stake in this. Far Bigger.

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  20. Barry Obama says:

    Too bad his parents didn’t accept their responsibity as parents before this event. If they had, he would be alive today.

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  21. Jello333 says:

    There have been a lot of things about this whole saga that have angered me. But right close to the top is this garbage: “He compared the death of Trayvon Martin …. to the death of Emmett Till.”

    That is DISGUSTING! Doesn’t Emmett have any close relatives still living who aren’t afraid to speak up against this travesty?

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  22. Jello333 says:

    Oh my. I haven’t read through the comments yet, so I’m probably not the first person to point this out. But what Tracy said….

    “Just think for one second. I want you all to consider what if on Feb. 26, George Zimmerman didn’t have a gun. It might’ve been an altercation, but nobody would be dead. Trayvon would’ve been going to his prom…”

    Alright, listen up dude! Had George not had a gun, you’re right that Trayvon probably wouldn’t now be dead. But George very well might be! Or at a minimum he’d probably be hospitalized right now. And guess what? Trayvon would NOT now be going to his prom. He would almost certainly be sitting in a jail cell right now.

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    • garnette says:

      If he turned himself in or there was enough evidence found to connect him to the crime. Sadly, I keep thinking that this would end up being a cold case if George had been shot or if he had been beaten to death. I hate to say that about Trayvon, but based on how his parents are acting and that he was a teenager, I just can’t see him taking personal responsibility if he had killed or seriously hurt George.

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    • Aussie says:

      good point Jello. Instead of being dead Traydemark would be in a jail cell on charges of assault and battery.

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      • barnslayer says:

        Or like Garnette said…. TM injures or kills GZ and takes off. Police have one eyeball witness that never saw the perp before and didn’t get a good look at his face. TM is free to do it again.

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  23. chinchilla says:

    Now the collection basket appears to be lined with a trash bag. You can toss your old ketchup packets or Robitussin bottles in with your money. Awesome idea. Or maybe it’s lined with rubber to protect the handler from being zapped with a lightning bolt for misusing a church in this manner.

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  24. Sandusky says:

    “It starts with God and love…We have to embrace and love each other,” says Tracy Martin. So if I come into your church there in ESL, Tracy, with my fair hair and my blue eyes and my skin that just will NOT tan…will I be embraced and loved? Or just shaken warmly by the throat until I pass out?

    Yes, chinchilla, definitely time for the lightning bolts.

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  25. BigZim says:

    So SAD to see folks treat look down up on their youngsters as nothing more than just another Mega-millions or Powerball Super-Jackpot-Lotto Ticket ALL-SIX-NUMBERS!!! When they are alive to ignore them not pay them any mind what so ever allow them to run the streets of America wildly unattented unguided! But soon as they meet an untimely violent demise so quick to CASH in collect that WINDFALL!!!! Truly SAD, SHAMEFUL and DISGUSTING! Folks let this serve as a reminder to Ya’ll “MAMA’S DON’T LET YO BABIES GROW UP TO BE GANGSTRA” Oy vey!

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