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Re: “There'll be no absolution for the man suing the Sisters at Aquinas College for reverse discrimination

Dominicans, just Devils in disguise! I Considered enrolling at Aquinas, and the sisters and staff were so preoccupied with just pushing me into any program it was obvious they just wanted my money. Crosses of dead Jesus everywhere adorned some very old (moldy smelling) hallways, and of course there was the harlot mary, and some creepy looking saints were erected strategically around a very poorly built structure, as well. the campus has been expanded (but still really, really little) with really cheap and inexpensive portable buildings, which look like a place you'd get a free eye examination. Of course, this was done to hold more students so the school can make gobs more money, government funded of course. And then comes the outrageous tuition and fees, yeah $50K!? just to get an Associates Degree. that doesn't include the 30 years payback with interest which amounts to more than $200K!!! Whatever. These Catholics are clearly greedy, sick and twisted people. I was like, get me out of here before these Devils swallow my soul.

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Posted by promiscuousmary on 08/24/2014 at 10:10 AM

Re: “There'll be no absolution for the man suing the Sisters at Aquinas College for reverse discrimination

Blizzard is tough as nails. Aquinas didn't stand a chance!

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Posted by exile on 08/24/2014 at 12:00 AM

Re: “A damaged little girl and the fight over a million-dollar lawsuit

To Nsg Team - So Stinnett was convicted of Tenn Care fraud? what about your own CEO who was stealing from Medicare, and robbing the public of millions of dollars in taxpayer money for over ten years until he finally got caught? Yeah, this CEO is your boy, and he's a thief at the highest level. So, who are you to judge anyone, you choose to work for a white-collar criminal, as he is still your boss. You talk a big talk here, but I'm sure you haven't said or done anything to petition the removal of your CEO criminal boss? Guess this fact makes you a tacit criminal, too.

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Posted by Viti on 08/23/2014 at 12:59 PM

Re: “A Young Girl’s Ordeal

As much as I questioned the idea of a trial I now see that this was 100% the right course of action. today is Christina's 29th birthday and she has dedicated her life to helping struggling adolescents. I will always feel partially responsible since this terrible event took place at my house,but if any good could possibly have come from this Christina has made it happen. her strength and compassion are immeasurable. hopefully this unnecessary ordeal has helped other teenagers think before they act on immediate gratification at the expense of others. she is a loyal friend,daughter,and sister who works with extreme dedication to make this world feel a little safer ,and gives a voice to those who are troubled and scared. as her mother I could in no way be prouder of the woman she has become!

Posted by Sarah hart on 08/20/2014 at 9:13 PM

Re: “A damaged little girl and the fight over a million-dollar lawsuit

Well Well Well - Amanda Stinnett was CONVICTED OF Tenn Care Fraud that happened during October 2007 - March 2008 (public record - board of nursing records) Case No. 2012015981 Amanda Lynn Stinnett License Number 50264 the writing was on the wall folks.

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Posted by Nsg Team on 08/17/2014 at 10:02 AM

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