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Friday, February 12, 2016

One More Creepy Kansas Coach

What is the dealio with Kansas and public school coaches? Scott Madden, former employee of Baxter Springs High School in Cherokee County, Kansas, groomed a fifteen year old female student for sexual abuse and proceeded to sire her first child!

                                                          Larry Scott Madden

Madden was sentenced to eight years in prison. It hardly seems enough. Hopefully, his former community will ask the children some questions and figure out how all this happened in the first place. It was never a coach's job to teach a young girl about adult responsibility by transforming her into a parent.

Another coach who behaved irresponsibly toward a teenage female student in Kansas, this one fourteen years old, is employed by USD 380, in Northeast Kansas. Parents have accepted the standard procedure of dropping female teens off, along deserted dirt roads or the highway, during the day. Accepting rides from strangers is permissible, inasmuch as the school board of USD 380 is concerned. The faculty member who does this is considered an "asset" to Frankfort High School. If this behavior defines an asset, your blogger would certainly hate to see what USD 380 would consider a liability! The reason a child was abandoned alongside the road was never revealed. Those of us with intelligence and insight still await an answer.

No amount of victim-blaming or bribery will control the factors that make criminally inclined or criminally irresponsible teachers, coaches, or guidance counselors so dangerous. The roads are open for use by everyone, and the laws of physics are no respecters of persons.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Kansas Government Official Drives Drunk

Stanley Ahlerich, executive director of Council of Economic Advisers for Governor Brownback, of Kansas, was arrested for drunk driving at 3:14 on Saturday, February 6. It's as easy as pi, isn't it? He thought he would get away with it.

Monday, February 8, 2016

Abbie Hoffman Moment

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Life Sentence For Dallas Bond

Dallas Bond, the Brown County, Kansas dispatcher who once trolled Northeast Kansas for underage sex crimes victims, has received a life sentence for the same.

Prior to getting caught by police, Mr. Bond had stolen handcuffs, leg irons, a radio, and some official looking shirts with logos from the Brown County, Kansas sheriff department, where he worked as a dispatcher. These items were recovered, but not until they were used while he kidnapped and sexually assaulted a child. There is a pervasive belief on the part of Kansans that this type of crime does not occur in Kansas because so much of Kansas is rural. This is error, and it is overlooking the obvious: there are few surveillance cameras, few eyewitnesses, and unreliable cell phone service in much of the "country"...or commercial farmland in Kansas. In combination with school administrations who violate the federal laws concerning child safety, "the country" in Kansas is actually very dangerous for children.

This is where another child, in Frankfort, Kansas, was abandoned by a guidance counselor. Was it done in the expectation of an encounter with someone pretending to be a police officer? Everyone involved has been advised not to talk by a local attorney.

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Sirunsun's Art Gallery

Gloves, made by a friend.  Both the friend and the pair of gloves are one of a kind.

Monday, February 1, 2016

Abbie Hoffman Moment

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