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Would not want them to over take the number of bars we have in this town...
Thanks for the heads up, unfortunately for those of us that have limited experience with law enforcement we are taken off guard with the "everybody is a Perp" attitude. Seems to only be getting worse as local police agencies are buying military surplus equipment, employing for profit contractors to run our prisons and constantly distancing themselves form the people they are sworn to protect.
I agree with the folks above, file the complaint, and send the word to our government representatives. Change occurs when the silent majority speaks up.
Like most legal Adult activities it is the responsibility of the Parents to guide our children. Love that the kids are involved and concerned but feel its irresponsible of the Adults to promote irresponsible, unscientific data to promote their social agenda.
D3 athletic experience was fantastic. Helped make the transition into college life a little smoother. I wish these kids the best of luck and hopefully as they look back at their years as a student athlete, they too will forget the hardship and smile on the memories.
I would assume the Firefighters are EMTs responding to injuries resulting from the falls (broken bones, dislocations, hemorrhaging). Emotional disturbance could be suicide, depression, psychotic episode that puts other folks in danger. Beats responding to someone with a cat issue.
Funny article, better than the "Mystery Turd" a few years ago. Checked my calendar to make sure it wasn't April 1st :)
I agree with Bill, sky hasn't fallen. Responsible Adults smoke weed and drink alcohol within the confines of the law. Those that don't get arrested, and or fined. Issues always arise with abuse, but as a society (Parents, Brothers, Sisters) we need to take responsibility. Not defer to law enforcement.
Really? called Police to ask about defecation rules? Must have thought they were calling the "Poop Police"
Good point, I will say since becoming a Dad nothing grosses me out. But what I have found helpful is to let the little steamer cool down....take a moment to enjoy the scenery, then "make the grab"
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