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Maywood author holds signing Nov. 27

Maywood author holds signing Nov. 27
The Maywood Pubic Library will host a book-signing by author Alice Burnette Greene on Saturday, Nov. 27, from 2 to 4 p.m.
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Cook County property values down, taxes up
It’s property tax time in Cook County, and the latest bills have hit home with a vengeance. Recipients report anger, despair or just plain bewilderment. They’ve had to re-learn a lesson forgotten when housing prices rose: The bill can rise, and probably will, even when the assessment drops.
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Signing off parental rights and child support?

Question by myke: Signing off parental rights and child support?
Ok, first to start off, if you think I’m a dead beat dad then go ahead.Im just asking what if and what will i do. There was this girl who wanted to get with me, but I never wanted to. One night I became very drunk and we did something(yea yea, blame it on the alcohol). Then 2 weeks later she was pregnant when i thought she was taking birth control pills after tripping about me and her having sex. I know its mine for many factors which i don’t want to explain. We talk about abortion cause we are still young( 23 and 22 yrs old). Then she said she would do it if I broke up with my current girlfriend in another state and if I were to tell all my friends. But no it didn’t happen. I know girls have their excuses for not having abortion. Now its been 6months and i found out the only reason she kept it is because she wants me to be with her and shes using the child to get me closer to her everyday. I told her couple days ago that I don’t want to be with her no matter what happens and that me and my girlfriend will be getting married one of these days(yes, my girlfriend knows the whole situation). I want to sign off parental rights and I know she will file for child support no doubt about it. She wants to ruin my life and if you are a girl reading this I COMPLETELY UNDERSTAND. I hate myself for what happen and became kinda suicidal about the whole thing before. She treats me like we were married or even together as a couple(she stalks me, tries to find out what I’ve been doing, and makes me feel bad for her). I respect ladies ok and Ive never treat them bad.I’m a good guy, but this girl just makes my life a hell everyday. I live in washington state, now besides telling me to get a lawyer,”shouldve kept it in my pants” blah blah blah, can someone give me real advise about signing off parental rights and what are MY RIGHTS and what can I use against her in court to lower child support. This is really getting out of hand. And to the women who read this, I’m sorry, but I know I sound like a dead beat dad, I never wanted to be one, its just the person who became pregnant was someone i didnt want a family with and shes REALLY CRAZY even other girls i know are on my side about this.Thanks…

Best answer:

Answer by due 8/09
i cant feel sorry for a guy that cant make good choices. you use alcohol as an excuse, well its not sorry! “keep it in your pants” is RIGHT! you play you pay – now you gona pay!

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Is this email about OCS legit? What do they mean by you have a choice? Are you signing up or not? Thanks!?

Question by Sarah D: Is this email about OCS legit? What do they mean by you have a choice? Are you signing up or not? Thanks!?
“The best management training program in America”
Inc. Magazine

This is a communication to the student body on behalf of Captain (I deleted name), the Marine Corps Officer Selection Officer for New Jersey. If you are an American citizen, a full-time student, and medically & physically fit, then you may have the opportunity to lead the nation’s most elite fighting force.

Qualified applicants attend Officer Candidate School in Quantico, Virginia. OCS is one of the best leadership development courses in the country; its challenges will develop you mentally and physically. Freshmen and sophomores attend two separate six-week summer courses. Juniors, seniors and college graduates attend a single 10-week course.

Some of the key highlights of the programs are:


– Earn approximately $ 2,700.00 for each six weeks or $ 4,500.00 for the ten-week session.


– Receive up to 12 credits for OCS participation.

GUARANTEED contracts available:


If you have a desire to FLY, you can secure a seat in flight school before OCS even starts.


If you want to keep your feet on the GROUND, there are 21 different management fields you may be interested in.


If you are planning on going to LAW SCHOOL, our program can assist.


– There are no demanding requirements during the school year – complete all training during the summer.

– You do not have to wear uniforms to class.

– This program allows you to focus on your school work, athletics, and enjoying college.

– The initial commitment is ONLY six weeks, with no long-term obligation.

– Financial assistance is available. Marine lieutenants receive starting salaries of $ 40,000-49,000 a year plus incredible benefits

– You have the CHOICE to become a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps upon completion of OCS and graduation from college.

Learn. Grow. Lead. You will be given levels of responsibility and authority that far exceed those seen at entry-level positions in corporate America. This is an unparalleled opportunity to see if you have what it takes to be a leader in one of the most elite organizations in the world without committing yourself to service. If you are interested in someday working for the FBI, CIA, Military, government, or as an executive in a Fortune 500 company, the PLC program may be right for you. Additional information is also available at

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Answer by ralen_jor
Yes, it’s legit.

By saying you have a choice, it means that you go through the training before you make a committment, and upon graduation you would become an officer in the Marine Corps.

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Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by - November 7, 2010 at 1:14 am

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