Born To Be Miserable

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

All About Wooster Little League and 'bonding' by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber


I, Hillbilly Hound and pups 'may' be safe,
or may never return if we go to certain areas to visit and
no one knows we are there.

Ready, Set, PLAY!  by ESPN's Mark Schlereth and Mark Preisler
The above book is not a bad choice but in real life....
My son, Justin Bauer, who is currently in jail in Gastonia, NC. had the experience of bonding through Little League in wooster, Ohio. Unfortunately, one of the coaches, a Klansman who was divorced and had a resentment against his wife and other woman, had a complaint filed against him by me. He was abusing the only little girl on the Little League Field. He told all of the boys that they 'ran like a girl' with only her there. After I field a complaint with the baseball commissioners about this, Shorty Long got meaner. There was a female juveline cut into pieces in Wooster. The Klan stuck together about this.
I had no experience in regard to Ku Klux Klan before.  I did not want to be a target of them, but my husband was from Wooster, tha this man was someone he knew.  This is an example of 'parents and children bonding through sports' as is on the front of the book.  The book is much more inspirational and features Sports Legends like:
               George Foreman
               Cal Ripken Jr.
               Lou Holtz
               Laila Ali
               Nolan Ryan
               Grant Hill
               Jim Kelly
 and       Julie Foudy
The point is bonding is bonding, and "Children Live What They Learn."  I have had continued trouble because of dummies like this for the last 15 years, to the point of having to move to another state.

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