Aren't you worried about leaving your purse in your car while you're at the jail? And what happens if you poop your diaper while you're in there? You have to just walk around...you know!?
So professional looking! Makes you feel proud to live in WC!
Whomever wrote that sign comes off as a complete control freak to me.
You would be surprised how mant people go for a visit, and end up becoming a guest at the David Walker Bed and breakfast. Some people are just STUPID!
Wise County can't afford new signs due to all of the money they are spending on buying old property and dumping millions into it. You could build three or four new buildings for what they pay to turn a turd into a faded diamond.
I went to the dentist to get my teeth cleaned this morning.Just before I walked in I ate a handful of Oreos.I'm pretty sure I'm going to Hell.
When I was a senior in high school, back in the dinosaur days, our government class visited our county court house a couple of times and observed trials. On one trip a couple of us were sitting on a bench outside the court room when a really skanky looking older woman (I swear, she must have been 40)walked over and started talking to us. She started telling us about her innocent son what was bein held up younder (pointing to the floor above us) and wondered if there was anything good kids like us or somebody could do to help the "innocent ones" to get out.We laughed nervously, stood up, and ran to our government teacher and sort of sttod behind her as we watched the woman hurry out of the building.I've always wondered what happened to that woman and her innocent son. But I can probably guess...
Sounds like The Man is quite a killjoy in the WCSO.
I'd gladly create a professional sign, and have it laminated, all at no charge, or credit for any legal infractions and associated costs I might find myself incurring during my travels through Wise County. Naw, never mind. I'll just get to Fort Worth from Gawd's Country by going to Slidell, then Krum, then Denton. I just can't stand the smell of Decatur in the summer. Y'all STILL haven't done anything about that.
Shouldn't "NO Weapons" be on there somewhere???Double Fake Barney Fife
When the roofers starting coming by to look at my house awhile back one of them provided a strange encounter.During the course of our conversation the guy says in a thick New York accent,"Soes wheres you from anyway? Not from around here right? I said no,I was raised..." Before I could tell him a little town called Decatur about 30 miles from here- He says,"Yeah I knows what that all about. I was born in the Bronx and even lived in Joizy for awhile before I came down here. AND I'm Catlick,so I know what it's like."My head was absolutely spinning trying to process not only what he said but his motivation. I don't remember a thing either of us said past that point- nothing.The doorbell just rang. It hardly ever gets used.It's been stuck on Hava Nagila for months.The End
So interesting, the "rules", which, of course are for the "visitors"......but if this was interpreted another way for the general public it could say:"BUT, if you are a child molestor, rapist, drug addict, spouse abuser, thief, or greedy lawyer........., etc. (add your own here)..........you are.......WELCOME!!!
Seems to me it should be up to the visitor as to how they choose not to bring those items beyond that point. If, for example, a smoker prefers to put their cigarette out rather than just leaving it in the car, or a visitor decides to leave their cell phone home, they should be allowed to do so. And what about a visitor who drives a truck? They have no options at all with these items.
What is next for visitors? A pat down, airport xray or admission charge?
REALLY IS 6:49 THAT MUCH OF AN IDIOT, THEY ARE MEARLY SAYING TO LEAVE THESE THINGS IN YOUR CAR AND NOT TO BRING THEM IN THE BUILDING, THE NORMAL PERSON WOULD HAVE THE COMMON SENSE TO DO SO BUT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT THE FINEST CITIZENS IN WISE COUNTY.
4:13 - Those were the days.............when a government teacher was allowed to take her class to see a trial. That was before TAKS ruled almost every educational decision. Good memories, right?
THIS JUST IN: ALL CAPS IN A POST CONTINUES TO BE ONE OF THE MOST ANNOYING THINGS IN OUR GALAXY.
7:37 Gotta tell ya-that was the saddest excuse for a class that I ever had. The 2 trips to the court house were the only educational aspect to the course. There was one group project, my part involved making a poster of the first amendmet, and that was it. We played cards in class every day while the teacher read his newspaper or magazine.As a teacher, I'm not a huge fan of the TAKS test, but as one who experienced education in small town Texas from the mid sixties through the late 70s, I know there has to be accountability. Gone are the days of "Coach" writing all of the history test questions on the board on Monday, and then having students spend the rest of the week looking up the answers (or not) and writing them on an index card for use on the test on Friday. Of course, as a voracious reader, I enjoyed my "coach" classes as extra reading time.
get over it or go just don't go visit. some people would bitch about winning the lottery! there is always a hand full in every crowd!!! lol, choose your friends but you can't choose your family, so either way you don't have to be going up to the county jail if you don't like the rules!!! geeeeezzeeeee
Hey 4:52, Slidell is in Wise county so you may still incur legal fees and such in our fine county.
WARNING: All sarcasm is misunderstood by the person who posted at 12:07
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