waylefts

waylefts 6 years, 1 month ago on Holy Name caught in historic preservation issue

This guy is on our Historic "Preservation" committee and he wants to remove our historic structures. Nice!

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waylefts 6 years, 1 month ago on Nerney camps outside pub

Apparently, this guy is got a bad back and it goes out on him around well rounded ladies. But he's a good firefighter.

I think he would make a better Captain.

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waylefts 6 years, 1 month ago on Nerney camps outside pub

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waylefts 6 years, 1 month ago on Nerney camps outside pub

This guys is hilarious!!! Oh man! I hope the cabaret theater folks are keeping good notes of all of this. Thanks for keeping me thoroughly entertained Kevin and Kathy! You sailor, you!!

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waylefts 7 years, 1 month ago on A lofty price tag

Sorry River_tam but if the architects had designed a good looking building from the beginning they wouldn't have needed to make changes. I think the city facilities should be our most attractive and environmentally friendly buildings to set a good example for the rest.

Let's not throw the geothermal out the window without first asking questions. How much have we already spent on geothermal. If we get rid of it we save 250k now but how much our we losing in savings over the life of the building in utility fees.

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waylefts 7 years, 6 months ago on Our View: Vote 'no' on 44

The editor's arguments for a no vote on 44 are not a very convincing one. It appears that they struggled to find reasons not to support this amendment and actually voice their support for reform of these laws. Here's an example: "We would welcome reform, including appropriate decriminalization of certain drugs such as marijuana." To me, it appears that the editors for this paper actually support this amendment but are afraid of what the community would think of them if they voiced support. Here's another example from their opening paragraph: "We believe that America's 30-year war on drugs has been a costly and unproductive national failure. We believe there has to be a better way and that the progressive decriminalization of certain drugs may be a significant part of the solution." I'm confused!!!!!

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