Bowler Roller
Saturday, July 26, 2008 10:53:16 AM


I want to know if the Union County Sheriffs are gonna stop the 11 Sex Offenders with in a Mile of the Fair from going?????

For the guys that wonder why someone would hire a guy with a troubled past it's simple. The Carnival has always been a place for someone to start over and get second chances at a new life. It helps if the guy can move a Zyclon in 3 hours or a Super Himi in 2 hours. Or if the guy gets big money in a Joint....It's about what that person is NOW not then.




The right to be able to enjoy the event without walking away with sexual abuse.

Even if this was a right, I'm not the one taking it away. However, you're advocating stripping me of several rights, to ineffectually protect a hypothetical child, despite the fact that I've never abused a child, or have a criminal record that suggests I'd be any danger to anyone.
Every crowd has a silver lining - PT Barnum
Tuesday, July 29, 2008 5:57:31 PM
im sorry guys but if you have nothing to hid . you have nothing to worry about[8)][8)][8)][8)][8)]
  •  crny1234
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Tuesday, July 29, 2008 7:11:41 PM
i like the fact we have the checks, play'n the state fair of maine[ Bangor]hired a local and the quarry check came back he was a sexual offender, let him go, so yes lets check 'em all......
"NOW MICHAEL," said the teacher to the agressive youngster," what do you think your classmates would think of you if you were always kind and polite?"
" they'd think they could beat me up!...

Bowler Roller
Tuesday, July 29, 2008 10:49:19 PM
If you want to check your own employees, that's your business. The law needs to stay out of it, though.

The government already knows what I do or don't have to hide. If I'm to dangerous to work at a fair, I need to be in prison. If I have the right to be hired by a carnival, then the 14th amendment guarantees that every other US citizen has that right, too.
Every crowd has a silver lining - PT Barnum