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20 October 2009
at 2:40 p.m.
Had the Daily Press not wrote about the connection, oh the howls of protest there would have been about the paper's “sloppy” work and it's inability to put two and two together. Like anything else anymore, you're damned if you do.
6 October 2009
at 9:25 a.m.
Also, one might notice that the golf course was not included in that lease. In which place would you suppose the “powers that be” would be more likely to spend their spare time. Actually, i like golf, so thanks!
6 October 2009
at 9:18 a.m.
I hope they plunk that rig right in the middle of the softball fields. I never liked that game anyway.
26 September 2009
at 11:29 a.m.
Just watched a show about the gang violence in Oakland last night and it brought this to mind. I guess “colors” can be all kinds of things. Stay outta my 'hood!
2 September 2009
at 8 a.m.
How is maintaining roads, K-12 education, funding for Horizons, or senior tax exemptions ivory tower? I hear the taxes in Mogadishu are pretty low, perhaps that society would be more to your liking?
27 August 2009
at 8:40 p.m.
Please read April 1865 by Jay Winik. This country has been through far more difficult tribulations that anything we have even seen in our lifetimes. We survived then and we certainly will survive now. I have always hated the phrase “we lost our innocence on that day (pick your catastrophe)” because no matter what each generation of Americans has had to face, the crises of past generations has darned sure been worse. Democracy is a messy thing. If you aren't happy now, you likely will be happy again in four or eight years, just as the people you may despise go through the opposite, but equal process. That is the genius of our country as well as the basis of our shared history. Everyone gets an “at bat”- some strike out, some get a hit, and some hit a home run, but we all get the “at bat”. Nowhere else in the world does that occur to the extent that is does in this country.
18 August 2009
at 4:23 p.m.
It's just a sneaky free ad. Happens in alot of forums.
7 August 2009
at 7:19 a.m.
Thank you, pastor Woods. Every time I start getting cynical about life again, along comes one of your articles to remind me what it's all really about again. We all need more of that kind of wisdom.
8 July 2009
at 11:47 a.m.
It never said that it was a free event. Children can always fish license free, but the charge is for lunch and bait.
16 June 2009
at 7:07 a.m.
Gee, Marvin, how come I didn't see you trotting over there to open the thing up for all to see and avoid the whole fuss? Maybe the lunch bucket was yours?
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