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Knoxville, TN

what movies did you see at a drive in?

Just went to the Midtown Drive-In this past weekend. Saw Meet Dave and Wall-E. What a great treat for a great price! We had a blast. This is a classic drive-in. We go several times every year.  (Jul 14, 2008 | post #26)

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Your tax rebate: learn how much you'll get and when you'l...

Well that is weird. Have you called the IRS and asked why the amount differed? I'd be interested in knowing the answer myself. I haven't received mine yet, but I'll check and see if I get the correct amount.  (May 9, 2008 | post #146)

Knoxville, TN

Who do U prefer serving you food at a restaurant?

It doesn't matter to me as long as the service is good and the staff is polite and friendly.  (May 9, 2008 | post #8)

Knoxville, TN

Your tax rebate: learn how much you'll get and when you'l...

You may have gotten less if you owed back taxes or even child support. Just a thought.  (May 9, 2008 | post #144)

Knoxville, TN

Your tax rebate: learn how much you'll get and when you'l...

Did you owe any back taxes?  (May 9, 2008 | post #143)

Knoxville, TN

Do tattooed people seem as if they need a bath?

I don't have a tattoo myself although I've felt in the past that one might be nice. I've even gone so far as to look at what I might like. My problem is I can't find something I will fall in love with and continue to love when I'm 73. I actually like feeling that I'm part of a minority with super clean skin, so I won't ever get one. I have plenty of friends that have them. Yes, most of the women friends do regret them - after having a couple of kids and turning older - they do tend to look bad. One guy friend has many visible tattoos, mostly on his arms, and yes, the tats do tend to have that "dirty" look. He is a very nice person, but he has a hard time finding dates and even jobs. As an employer, I must say that first impressions are everything. I know it is what is on the inside that counts, but we live in the real world where your outside appearance says alot about you.  (May 7, 2008 | post #181)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

I think all of us on this forum appreciate your awareness of this situation. But we also have to take things that are said on the internet with a grain of salt. It's not that I don't believe you, I just don't know you and I also wonder why you are choosing to handle the situation in this particular manner. I do not know the person in question, nor am I trying to protect him. The fact that you're so unwilling to take the bull by the horns and handle the situation yourself leads me to believe that you're not quite on the up and up about this person. I would have handled this situation in a different way to achieve the desired results. I'm not trying to debate anything with you - just trying to get YOU to step up.  (May 1, 2008 | post #48)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

It's not an opinion that matters.....it's cold hard facts. YOU ARE THE ONE WITH THE MOST LEVERAGE. I don't understand why you won't take the initiative. You are the only one who can.  (May 1, 2008 | post #42)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

Look, I am not a member of The Rush either. It's not that we're not concerned, but we don't have the facts - only what you say. A group of members basing their information on nothing but hearsay (from an internet forum never-the-less) is not leverage. We could also be guilty of falsely accusing someone. Would you want someone to do that to you based on what someone is saying on an internet forum? I stand by my comment that YOU are the one most informed. YOU are the one with the known written legal facts. Why don't you take the time to write a letter to the Rush and include your backup information. It's called evidence my friend. THAT is leverage.  (May 1, 2008 | post #40)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

YOU are the one concerned. YOU are the one with the information. You should not leave it up to a "member of the Rush to see this, print it out, and take it to them". We(forum members)have no basis - only your say so on this forum. Not good enough. Why aren't you sending The Rush the information?  (May 1, 2008 | post #30)

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Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

So you have contacted The Rush? What was their response?  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #23)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

NightSerf: Just curious about the background checking of "employees ". Would ALL employees be subject to the background check? At my gym (not The Rush), there are employees working in child care, personal trainers (not employees of the facility, but working there), fitness instructors, and management/assista nt (front desk)type employees. I guess that's more of a question for the facility itself, but wondering anyway............ ...  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #21)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

Concerned: According to the Texas Dept of Safety, the information is submitted by the criminal justice agencies themselves. Am I missing the boat here? If I'm understanding correctly, HE does not register, the courts register him. Am I misunderstanding?  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #13)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

Hmmmm......ok, upon further investigation through the Texas Dept of Public Safety, I discovered the following information regarding "registration ": "The Texas Department of Safety (DPS) has established this Web site as the official Internet source for Sex Offender Registration information. The Sex Offender Registration open record information is extracted from the DPS Sex Offender Registration Database. The DPS maintains files based on registration information submitted by criminal justice agencies and represents a statewide source of information on sex offenders required by law to register. Effective September 1, 1999, the Texas Legislature mandated specific information regarding a sex offender's home telephone number, social security number, drivers license number and any information required by DPS for law enforcement purposes not be open record." Here's a copy of the link: records.txdps.stat e.tx.us  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #11)

Knoxville, TN

Sex Offenders Working at the Rush

You have to register - especially if there was a conviction. Wouldn't that come from the court? And I did try to investigate it for myself - returned NOTHING.  (Apr 30, 2008 | post #10)

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