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Big Brother wins another battle, yet the war rages on. A year or two of posting, never a removal, not good enough. Can't see the light on giving up any info. Sure, there's lots of my info in cyber-space, I just don't see this as a proper move. Of course, I will keep the printed Today version as my go to source for lighting up my fireplace. Nothing personal, just business.
Out of town viewpoints are often the most interesting. We're kinda secluded up here. Heads in the clouds and all.
mombo, Correct me if I'm off base here. It seems the Millenium Declaration outlines what the UN would like to accomplish. http://www.un.org/millennium/declaration/ares552e.htm
Obama's Global Poverty Act tells us that he wants to accomplish this by sending $845 Billion (Gary missed three zeros) more than we already give, to other countries by 2015.
Kinda hard to help out our own countries financial problems when we are sending that much loot to others. Charity starts at home.
Everyone plays. That's the point, right?
Bring on the 4 story (1 underground) parking lot. People need/want it. Personally, I like the spot at Blimpies better, but I'm not so sure that could be part of Jim Cook's "vision".
Boy is this gonna get ugly. And there's video footage.
Will this stop the "inflammatory, objectional and simply innacurate posts penned by anonymous commenters"?
I agree, some people get way too uptight and personal with their attacks. But will someone get banned for being innacurate? Do you get a warning before getting thrown out of the game?
My mid-year resolution is to never post while enjoying the spirits. So, I guess I'm pretty much done here....
When we grew up and went to school
There were teachers who would
Hurt the children in anyway they could
By pouring their derision
Upon anything we did
And exposing every weakness
However carefully hidden by the kids
But in the town, it was well known
When they got home at night, their fat and
Psychopathic wives would thrash them
Within inches of their lives.
Happiest Days of Our Lives - The Wall
SBC, Ships can be built a lot easier than shelves can be drilled. If Congress is really interested in bringing down the price of fuel, they will allow drilling soon. If not, they will stall the process and tax Big Oil. Then Big Oil will pass that cost (taxes) on to us.
I still don't understand what anyone has against drilling in America. The technology is much more advanced and the terrain is sometimes so remote (ANWAR). Even underwater exploration has come great lenghts.
I saw an interview with the Governor of Alaska a couple months ago. She cited the fact that when Alaska wanted to become part of the US, they offered their abundant above-ground resources as a trade out for being part of the States. Now, they want to contribute. Yet, Congress won't let it happen.
Ships aren't the problem.
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