Monday April 27, 2015
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Once again not all parents have computers or are not at home when a lockdown is ordered.
Believe it or not all parents don't have cell phones and a lot of them work.
As Mr. Rhea said, there is nothing the parents can do anyway until the police have cleared the lockdown.
Heavier sentence than a slap on the hands for the first time and there may not be a second time.
What is wrong with the parks the ball fields, tennis courts and other things for kids to do besides sit in front of a computer? Get out in the sunshine and get a little exercise. You don't need a YMCA and entertainment for kids. Require physical ed. in the schools for each and every kid in every grade. How many kids do you know that go on with music and art after leaving school? Kids have begun to think the world revolves around them and all they have to do is snap their fingers to get what ever they want. Not true.
Bedrooms to clean at home, clean the yard. Do homework. Get an after school job.
Turn off the TV's. computers, cell phones and do something. Move something besides your eyes and fingers to change channels and dial a number.
They also need to be able to write their name and add 2 and 2 without a machine.
Would any company want to hire any one of the group in the picture?
Seems they could have all dressed a little better, including the teachers.
If you haven't already, take a good look at the way they are all dressed. From caps to holes in their pants to their shoes.
Not a very good impression.
What happened to all the donations that were going to be made to pay for the college?
Last I read it was Mogollon Alliance or something that was giving a charitable donation to some other alliance or something to buy the land. Then the charity would own it. I don't think anyone but evans knows what is going on and am not sure about him. He has been really quiet about it lately. The college only signed a letter of intent which is just about as binding as what I have just typed.
The smart thing to do would have been to buy the school that was almost given away to a charter school. Classes could have been up and running already.
We were told in Traffic School the only time you could get in between the yellow lines was when there was a break in the line. So if you cross the solid line of yellow to make a turn you are breaking the law and should get a ticket.
I was in traffic school for radar saying I ran a red light at Dobson and Southern in Mesa. At the time I supposedly ran the light I was at a Drs. office at Power Rd and Baywood st. about ten miles away. I didn't want to make another trip to Mesa to fight the ticket, so paid it and went to traffic school.
I don't think there is anyone that can drive 2 miles without breaking some traffic law. I was told that by a DPS officer and I started watching more careful how I was driving. No, I was not stopped for a ticket. We were just visiting.
People are allowed to go faster in Star Valley on the highway than people traveling on 87 thru Payson. Have any of you seen the sign N. of the Casino as the road turns that says Speed Limit 35 MPH? How many of you travel 35 miles an hour on the highway thru town?
At least Star Valley's signs give you time to slow down.
Payson needs radar on McLane and Longhorn. Both streets, not just at the intersection by the school. Place three or four on them and Payson will have lots of money.
Why wasn't an ambulance sent in the first place? Why didn't the paramedics take him out?
If he was really shot in the neck, probably 3 helicopters would not have saved him.
If DPS had gone in then everyone would say they were taking money from the privately owned business.
Why did the F.S. employee go in alone if he thought the man may be dangerous?
I never did think FS employees should carry guns and be part of law enforcement.
Guess the hikers won that round. Something probably worse will move in that won't make the town as much money or bring in anything for jobs.
Maybe the Rim Club will buy it .
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