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Steve, it's almost like We the People are all on Xanax because we exhibit little collective anixiety over the inexorable expansion of the police state. Go Broncos!
Joey Andrew was kind enough to acknowledge receipt of my email. That's all I can ask of a representative.
I guess that explains why none of them, especially the highly paid full time Superintendent, did not deign to acknowledge receipt of my encouragement of delving deeper into the class size issue earlier this week.
Lower government "revenue" equals higher personal net. How is that bad? Repudiate these debts; bond buyers have enabled many immoral things like war and crony corporatism. Let the idiot bond buyers suffer, just like North Koreans, Cubans, Iraqis, Afghans, Vietnamese, Syrians, Laotians, Cambodians, and Libyans have suffered on the other end of those bombs paid for with those bonds.
So much in here why people should not fear robots takin' thar jobs. Electricity, automatic hayers, cars/trucks were/are the already existing robots.
Dan, yep Yellen is still in charge. That means to me that everything (I could consider/afford) is overvalued, besides putting the proceeds in my mattress. With Aspen on board, I'd rather keep a mattress in Steamboat. Though you are right, I may be too optimistic.
All this consolidation was driven by how everyone noted the excellent SSRC RFP for Howelsen and didn't want to miss out on its piece of that cash cow.
Anecdotal effect: We were thinking of selling condo but now that the ski area has a good owner I think we'll stick it out and see what kind of future multi-passes they offer.
The Steamboat Institute cares more about wasting tax dollars to hit people hard in the Middle East.
By the way, as Jeff pointed out, taxes due tomorrow. Why, because Congress freed slaves in DC through compensation rather than war on April 16, 1862. One of the few good things by our taxmasters in DC.
Carrie, wasn't saying you agreed (based on your colorful wording I assumed you were either ambivalent or disagreed), but was wondering why parents demand one thing of the teachers and another of themselves. Holding kids to standards versus using their guts and others people's money to make other decisions.
Carrie, on a science or social science paper turned into a teacher at a government school, would the student get a good grade for saying "the data be darned, my personal view is what matters"?
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