Pat Randall

Pat Randall 15 hours, 49 minutes ago on 328 How can we resolve the Fossil Creek problems?

Tom, Try Salt River Project, I think they own all the water and dams. I know they own Roosevelt Lake water and do the upkeep on the dam. They don't own the land surrounding the lake. Forest Service controls it. They own the water in the lakes below Roosevelt too.

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Pat Randall 16 hours, 22 minutes ago on 327 The Milk Ranch well can't be "fixed."

Some people are cattlemen and some are oil men. What more can be said? My husband would probably have said the same thing.

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Pat Randall 16 hours, 29 minutes ago on 272 Tax on companies that take jobs offshore.

Tom, Thank you for looking up the information and telling everyone on here I was right. I know a lot of them think I don't know what I am talking about sometimes. Now to your last question, what is it you want? An estimate on what?

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Pat Randall 16 hours, 49 minutes ago on 308 I believe that is a grievous error. for two reasons.

Tell them to get a job somewhere else ! As an employer they have the right to certain standards of employment. If something is against your religion or personal beliefs go somewhere else. How employees dress, look and act reflect on the employer. When we owned a bar a bartender came to work with shorts on. I told her to go home and get dressed, NOW. She did. A customer came in one day with no shirt, he was also told to go get dressed. If we still had it and the restaurant no one would be allowed in with baggy pants. And that's a fact.

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Pat Randall 1 day, 10 hours ago on Even ‘The Force’ couldn’t save Carrie Fisher; so who is actually immune to heart disease?

My daughter had a massive heart attack at 45 yrs. old. Had high blood pressure. My youngest son had a stent put in his heart a week before I did. He was 45, I was 67. A pacemaker for me at 69 then had a cardiac ablation a week later. Neither my younger son or I had high blood pressure then. Now I have uncontrolled high blood pressure. Oldest son has 7 stents. My youngest son died last May. Nothing to do with his heart. My husband was in the first 100 people to have a cardiac ablation. It was done in San Francisco. A year later another one. Then had the first 7 way by pass ever done in the U.S. about a week before he turned 60. He died at 73. I had so called complete physicals every 2 yrs. My husband and all three kids had or have sleep apnea. That is what people need to be checked for. Big cause of heart attacks.

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Pat Randall 1 day, 10 hours ago on Ambulance ambiguity

Would there be paramedics with the ambulance or only EMT's ? Big difference.

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Pat Randall 1 day, 11 hours ago on Broken branch, pile of scat & Mogollon Monster

Men are strange. You all probably believe someone was hung next to the Oxbow or have you heard that lie yet?

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Pat Randall 1 day, 16 hours ago on 272 Tax on companies that take jobs offshore.

Ron, Two weeks ago you wrote that a small amount of money was withheld from the employee for unemployment pay. WRONG, at least it was wrong when we owned 4 different businesses with employees. We paid every penny that was paid into unemployment for them. The employee didn't have one cent withheld. I didn't think it was fair and still don't. It was for their benefit not ours. We sold the last business in May of 2000. We did get the unemployment money back, because no one collected any of it. It took about 6 months and 3 trips to Phoenix, but I am hard headed and wanted my money back. We also paid into their S.S. the same amount that was withheld from them. We didn't get that back.

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Pat Randall 1 day, 17 hours ago on 327 The Milk Ranch well can't be "fixed."

You can't promise water. What if there is a 10 or 15 year drought? It also depends on how many people are using the water.
You all try to be to scientific. It don't work. Everyone in Payson had their own wells when I was young. Then more and more people moved here. There are very few private wells now. And the town is restricting water use.

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Pat Randall 1 day, 17 hours ago on 312 Do you remember this dummy?

Tom, There are many things that people do for the thrill or the money or both. Some stupid. NASCAR drivers. 200 MPH on a closed circular track with 32 or more other cars. Motorcycle racing. Skydiving. Bull fighting. Bull riding. Policemen. Firemen.

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