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Pam Hamburg April 15, 2014 at 12:33 pm
What about alcohol? It's just a legal drug, after all. Of course, Prohibition didn't work.Read More Ultimately, this won't either.
Carl Petersen III April 7, 2014 at 03:30 pm
Pam Hamburg April 07, 2014 at 10:16 AM "Carl, I used the word 'assume', meaning I could veryRead More well be wrong. I know all too well that assume is making an ass out of you and me. In this case, I used it properly. You stated: 'Unfortunately, too many people do lack enough logical skills and would really believe that statement.' More than just logic is lacking today, like COMMON SENSE." ____________________________________________________ I guess I gave you more credit than I should have. Why would you assume that the story is true because you did not see it on a hoax site? This simply means that it has not been evaluated. If they had researched the story and found it to be true, then that would be a valid reason to conclude that it was a true story.
Pam Hamburg April 7, 2014 at 06:01 pm
Carl, did you even READ or UNDERSTAND A WORD I WROTE???? NO, it has not been evaluated, no s**tRead More Sherlock. You are obviously a part of the NCS crowd...NO COMMON SENSE. Case closed on my part.
Pam Hamburg April 7, 2014 at 06:02 pm
Oh, and JoeE, you can't tell fact from fiction anymore either. What makes you so special?
Don O'Neill April 1, 2014 at 07:50 am
Village residents are less interested in process boilerplate than actual expenses and theirRead More accounting. Why is there no trace of the controversial South Valley Restroom and Concession Stand? In a report that painstakingly states "the net savings from outsourcing in 2013 was approximately $1500", why does the $250,000 for Senator Nancy King's Sports Toilet fall below the threshold of interest of this report? People are watching.
Don O'Neill April 1, 2014 at 07:45 am
Why is there no trace of the controversial South Valley Restroom and Concession Stand? In a reportRead More that painstakingly states "the net savings from outsourcing in 2013 was approximately $1500", why does the $250,000 for Senator Nancy King's Sports Toilet fall below the threshold of interest of this report? People are watching.
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