Chris Hadlock

Chris Hadlock 1 week, 3 days ago on Monday Medical: Chinese medicine for children

Might not be a medical study, but acupuncture relieved the worst of my back problems and let me return to a normal level of activity...... 20 years and counting. If you have not been exposed to this kind of treatment, perhaps you are missing out on something that may help.

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Chris Hadlock 1 week, 4 days ago on The Record for Wednesday, July 16, 2014

As a cancer survivor myself, my heart goes out to you Kevin. Fight the fight and never give up. I am living proof that it can be done. (30+ years now). Talk with RMR, they can help I assure you. It works better than any pill the Dr. can give you to help with the side effects.

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Chris Hadlock 3 weeks, 4 days ago on Blazing trails: A look at the 1st round of projects

WHY?, what reasons were used? If we are going to believe RCR, it was all perfect, but if we listen to Johnson and Duckels, it was a flawed evil process All we can see are the public information that shows it to be an open bid process. If the local construction companies want us to believe their assertions, they need to come clean with the information that only they hold. The city is not allowed to publish that.

When you look around the valley, it is clear that both of these companies do quality work. There are examples everywhere. Again, WHY? They complain about the process but give zero information about why? Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

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Chris Hadlock 3 weeks, 4 days ago on Blazing trails: A look at the 1st round of projects

Why was your company not allowed to submit a bid Fred? Tell us so we can all quit thinking it is just sour grapes. So far you have given us nothing except complaints about the process.

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Chris Hadlock 1 month ago on Blazing trails: A look at the 1st round of projects

Oh come on now Fred. You are letting your bad attitude cloud your reasoning ability. Again, three pictures, no shorts. I would think that as an experienced contractor you would clearly recognize the ear protection being worn by the operator is not music in his ears.

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Chris Hadlock 1 month ago on Blazing trails: A look at the 1st round of projects

Three pictures in the paper hardly make evidence that OSHA rules are being violated here. Pic #1 shows an operator using the new machine - He is wearing a hardhat. Pic #2 shows two guys in the forest. No equipment in sight. No hard hat required. Pic #3 shows a guy with a rake - no other equipment in sight.

Based on the limited evidence that we have been shown, there are no hard hat violations that I can see. I fail to understand how citizenship applies to the current topic.

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