Tuesday April 15, 2014
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He must be able to go other places that are not mentioned in this article. I recently saw him by himself at PRMC when I was there to visit a patient.
The suspect appeared to be under the influence of a illegal drug. Or maybe he was suffering from Schizophrenia or another mental illness.
Meria: I do not care about what they say Marijuana can help with. The true fact is that it can not cure any disease or condition and people these days are too easily diagnosed with depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue, and migraine headaches and supposedly marijuana helps them cope and treats their symptoms? Well all it does is deaden their senses and they are in a state of euphoria. I have a condition Familial Hemiplegic Migraines and when I have one come on it mimics a massive stroke. The pain is intense and the symptoms last for days. Not once have I ever thought about using medical marijuana for this condition or the many others that i have that easily would make me an ideal candidate for it. As far as I am concerned, and this is my opinion it is a gateway drug. It is still illegal to grow or possess by Federal Laws. I am against it being legalized in anyway shape manner or form.
What about the one that was going in off of Bonita Street behind the now closed Famous Sams? They even changed the Fire Codes for that one and now it is an empty lot with weeds. Nothing was ever built. It will be interesting to see if they are going to build anything!!
It will be interesting to see what fire codes will be changed for these developments. Our Town Council and Mayor have changed them in the past for others.
What does the statement "little kick back from the state or town" pertain to? How much money has gone into the town's and county coffers from their business? Is this a for profit business or is it under the auspices of a 501 C? I still have to wonder where the people get the kind of money that it costs to get a card and then buy the products.
While we are on the subject of irresponsible dog owners, this also should include picking up after your dogs. For instance the ball field at Rumsey 1. It has nice green grass not the fake kind but real grass and owners like to let their dogs run free in the grass never mind that the dog park is just across the road from the ball field. If they do pick up their pet's waste they deposit it into the trash cans located inside the dugouts. These cans are not emptied on a regular basis and the smell from the waste can gag even the strongest stomachs. I have attended many ball games there and kids have either stepped in the messes left behind or the trash cans have to be taken out of the dugouts due to the smell and the flies!
There are too many unanswered questions regarding the Brush Pit Operations. For instance how long have they known that the monies would run out? What other grants did they utilize in the operation of these pits over the years? Lots of investigation needs to be done because it seems very odd that after years of operation all of a sudden there is not money to operate them. This whole thing is about as clear as smoke!!!
I can not help but wonder why he shot it in the first place. Was it attacking him or his family? What type of person goes out into the wild and just randomly shoots something to begin with? If this is the way a "Professional Hunter" responds to seeing something in the woods that is big and hairy then he should have his guns and right to hunt taken away from him!
As far as a special phone number I dial 911 to report erratic drivers. I always tell the dispatcher what road I am on and approximate milepost. I have done this numerous times on the Beeline going South and North. I also have witnessed DPS and Town officers with the car pulled over that I called the complaint on. Also I have called in drivers going South in the North bound lane several times. So whether they were drunk, confused, high on drugs or just not paying attention, for them to get stopped by an officer perhaps not only saved the driver's life but someone in another vehicle. And always remember you do not have to have service on your cell phone to dial 911.
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