Get Off My Lawn: Up for a good anti-blog rant? “Bloggers claim to write as champions of ‘honest’ government but their tactics are anything but honest. If you follow the blogs in any city, you are likely to find persistent, insidious, purposely uninformed and mendacious activists waging a relentless campaign designed to create distrust of government … So, with the click of the ‘send’ button, these cyber-bullies can increase their ‘hits’ by throwing proverbial rocks through windows and burning cyber-crosses on the lawn for no reason other than they are angry and they can — and good and decent public officials are being blamed based on distortions and falsehoods.” [Miami Herald]
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Neither student reported the alleged incidents, but the basketball program and dean of students were both aware.
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