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Impartial_Observer

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  1. Superintendent told me fall of 20 it was about 32%-34% and it hasn’t gotten any smaller since. I am told by those in the know the majority of newcomers are Honduran and Guatemalan. County line is about 1 1/2 miles north of me, perhaps the urban chic is bleeding over from Bartholomew County.
  2. Seymour as well as CE will be 5A. Seymour’s growth is mostly Hispanic, amounting to nearly a 1/3 of enrollment.
  3. IHSAA has rules in it’s by-laws. IGA needs to stay in its lane. I have sent messages to my rep and senator.
  4. I have taken a deep dive on independent councils of late. The article is painting a very similar picture. I’m curious if any of our legal types could give us an opinion on IC’s. I was very ignorant of them, just assuming that’s the way things are. After my deep dive, I don’t believe them to be constitutional or morally right.
  5. IO has been has been retired for several years. And the one of the main reasons was…….parents. My last season we were like 12-0, ranked, and I had to talk to a mom who’s kid had started and played every game, she was unhappy about where the kid was playing. It was about that point IO wondered why he had missed most of his own kid’s college career for this shit?
  6. We had the JC/Mooresville game. Pretty much the entire game there was literally some loudmouth standing at the rail, yelling at the coaching staff most of the game. I really felt horrible for the coaching staff. This season was a bad situation in general, but no one should have to be subjected to that. Imagine an official feeling bad for a coach who’s being yelled at. As far as the Wrestling program, you don’t want to be the guy who follows the legend. Good luck to the Panthers.
  7. I sincerely hope this works out for JC. The AD is young and seems to have a plan for moving in a positive direction for the whole athletic program. Massive facility upgrades have been going on in North Vernon the last few years. Hopefully they can drag the locals, kicking and screaming if necessary, into a competitive program.
  8. Geez you seem to have missed the most highly recruited Junior OL in the state.
  9. Will Smith who we can all agree has been involved with firearms in movies Warner Brothers firearm safe practices: https://www.safetyontheset.com/glossary/firearms/?fbclid=IwAR2RVA6yJsEr4G6IJw3Ik7Yr-afxQu2fj4FUr7IqnNBRKmCLB8IJTPs5lko
  10. Initial reports were the armorer involved in the movie was somewhat inexperienced. I don’t think she had ever been a head armorer before on a movie. It was widely reported at the time that the weapons were basically kept on set on a table and were available to to cast and crew where several people had taken the guns into the dessert to fire live rounds. The gun involved was a old timey single action revolver. So it’s not just a matter of pulling the trigger, you also have to pull the hammer back prior to firing. 1) Assume every gun is loaded. 2) Never point a gun at something you’re not willing to destroy. 3) Make certain of your target and what’s beyond. 4) Never put your finger on the trigger until you are on target. These simple rules do not change on a movie set. Typically guns used in movies are real guns, not “prop” guns. Guy Relford had Michael Grasso on his show back in October. Grasso has been the armorer on over 400 films. Very enlightening as to the workings of having firearms on a movie set. Oddly enough the podcast seems to have disappeared. I can’t find it online and it’s no longer in my library.
  11. Baldwin can spin this however he wants. It was a negligent discharge. The gun was in his charge at the time, he is responsible. I don’t see any getting around that.
  12. Radtke didn’t seem to have difficulty moving the program in a positive direction. Granted the town has changed since then.
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