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Quite understandably, many citizens felt the NOPD was overzealous in arrests and underzealous in follow-up. New Orleans’s juries often didn’t trust the arresting NOPD officers’ credibility. Often DA Jordan had to drop cases because the arresting officer simply refused to be a witness. Many bad guys—drug kingpins or child molesters—were let go on technicalities because of sloppy NOPD I did a blog search for starbucks barista and found your site. When I get some time I'll come back and find out where starbucks barista appears and how it relates - if it even does. Take care - nice work. October 3, 2005 at 7:50 PM Kevin Jackson said... Well, this is interesting. I did a blog search for barista training and found your site. Quite understandably, many citizens felt the NOPD was overzealous in arrests and underzealous in follow-up. New Orleans’s juries often didn’t trust the arresting NOPD officers’ credibility. Often DA Jordan had to drop cases because the arresting officer simply refused to be a witness. Many bad guys—drug kingpins or child molesters—were let go on technicalities because of sloppy Friends tell me I’m underzealous in promoting my own books. I see this blog as something other than a relentless sales pitch—but since April is the dubious “National Poetry Month,” it’s time to tout two titles. I’ll say only this: If you enjoy the way this blog chases down medievalism in everyday life, then the “Quid Plura?” team of kobolds would be grateful for your support. 『眉山』読み終えた☆最初はそんなに面白いとは思わなかったが、途中から面白くな... 455540 articles and 1609720 comments are archived on Rantburg. Today: 65 articles and 203 comments as of 14:58.

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