Saturday May 25, 2013
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It appears that, now-a-days, marriage vows are not respected and adhered to, by many couples. In this case, the man is clearly at fault. However, I can't help assigning some blame to the wife. If the wife had been sexually active, and contented with her husband, I doubt that the husband would have been looking elsewhere. I may be entirely wrong, but it seems that once a woman has children, she tends to put her husbands satisfaction at a low priority.
Since I moved from Payson to Oregon, I have no monetary interest in Payson issues. However, I can't help feeling disgust at the way the school issue is being managed. Since the property in question is being turned over to a religious entity, which is tax exempt, the district will lose any levy of property tax. I would urge the citizens of Payson to challenge the decision of the school board, and to replace the the board if it continues this giveaway of public property.
This is a very interesting string. Thanks to Robbin, Pat and of course, Tom!
The cameras in Star Valley appear to be for collecting revenue. The cameras used for surveillance, as in Boston, certainly did their work by taking a photo of the bad guys. Kudos to the cops who tracked down and stopped the killers.
Your logic sounds good to me!
I'm already feeling sick in the stomach! Some people will get it wrong even if it hurts! Bloomberg is a nut anyway.
We pay our taxes so that we can send our kids to school to listen to music?
Tom, you list 8 questions. My comment is that I am just as confused as you are! I would like a lot more information about this incident. Regarding #6, why haven't we seen something from the Israeli media?
Obama will probably let the judges decision stand. I feel that parents should be aware when a youngster intends to take the pill. However, I wouldn't like to see it made illegal. I've heard too many tragic stories about attempted abortions by charlatan medics.
The existence of a doggy door attracted my attention right away. I would foresee a problem with any number of animal species getting into the apartment. Such as, a raccoon, a skunk, a cat, or other quadrupeds. The infant would be at risk for an animal attack or bite. The possibility of an infant escaping would force me to block the doggy door permanently.
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