George Robertson

George Robertson 6 years, 10 months ago on Jim and Sherry Kurz: Waiting for an answer

Bitter, party of two, your table is ready. What kind of "answer" are you waiting for?? It looks like you've already made your dicision, do you want them to beg you to change your mind and taylor their system to satisfy YOU? Teaching is the most over worked and under paid profession in this country, and they are the most dedicated people on the planet. They obviously aren't doing it for the money. Once you start "home schooling" your children you'll get a handle on just how difficult a job it is.

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George Robertson 6 years, 11 months ago on National Night Out is Aug. 4

Wow this would be a good time to burglarize all the houses of those attending because we know they'll be gone for a couple of hours......... Just kidding!

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George Robertson 6 years, 11 months ago on Mary Blakeman: Feral cat prevention

And when the "new" cats move in they also are trapped and REMOVED, and when still more new cats move in they also are trapped and REMOVED etc.

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George Robertson 6 years, 11 months ago on Our View: A project worth considering

And that's why they are the largest corporation in the world als362. I'd say that's a pretty big joke...

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George Robertson 6 years, 11 months ago on Post office to adjust delivery routes July 25

Actually the best way to do that is stuff your other junk mail into the post paid envelope to the point it requires additional postage, which has to be paid by holder of the mailing permit on the envelope.

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George Robertson 6 years, 11 months ago on Adrian S. Gray: Be fair with trucks

Hmm another side to the story.....what a concept! Every man made object that you touch in a day has at one point been on a truck. Roads are paid for largely by the taxes that are added to the cost of a gallon of fuel (including deisel), so yes the truckers DO own the road. Thank you Adrian

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George Robertson 6 years, 11 months ago on Craig briefs: Wyoming museum celebrates 1949

OK I'm confused: Children can fish for free on July 15.........Those interested must pay a $10 fee and register by today.

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