Monday July 25, 2016
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Will you stop hammering on cigarettes. At this point in time there are probably more of the other kind of drugs being used.
When my son was starting high school they all had to talk to counselors about what classes they should take. My son wanted to be a veterinarian, so she signed him up for car mechanics, shop and some other stupid class that had nothing to do with what he wanted and needed. Had to go to school and change most of it.
If I had kids in school now I certainly wouldn't want a psychologist messing with them.
I have a grandchild that got caught up in that, and is still having problems that would never have happened.
The schools in Mesa also were giving the kids papers to fill out about home life, how much money their parents made, what kind of house they lived in and all kinds of questions that were none of their business and had nothing to do with them getting a diploma. I told my kids to refuse to answer and bring the papers home to me. They were in school to learn, not write histories on their parents and neighbors. I think I was a pretty good parent and didn't need anyone screwing around with my kids minds.
Yeah, I know what you are thinking. How could she possibly raise normal kids with what she writes on here.
So if drugs are made legal.
Do you want to meet someone in a car that is high on something and probably don't even know they are driving?
How are they going to hold a job to make money to buy the drugs? When they overdose, do you want to pay their medical bills? I could go on and on but won't for now.
Making drugs legal is not going to make it a better world.
Keep looking forward while driving. Think what you would do if you see a car coming in your direction.
Doesn't always keep from getting hit, but the impact is less.
It is against the law to spit on the sidewalk in Phoenix or Mesa. (:
Thank you Mr. Evans. Was sitting here thinking how to write something and you did a good job for me.
Didn't seem to bother the town to give the council raises not to long ago, and most of them have other incomes.
No wonder our taxes are so high. All the employees or advisors the school district has.
Don't teachers know anything except how to teach one subject in school and the rest of the mind doesn't work?
Why not build a man proof fence around the schools and keep them locked?
That would keep people out and kids in. Maybe a phone at the gate for anyone that had a good reason for coming in.
The fences at the school now are a joke. I am almost 80 and bet I could get In real quick in some places.
Back to Robert,
Did you have a 'necking knob' on your steering wheel?
My husband was very inventive. He had a 47 Ford with the gear shift on the steering column and he switched it to the left side of the column so he could shift with his left hand.
Think about that for awhile. (:
About 18 yrs. ago my husband and I saw a Big Horn Ram with a small group of Angus cattle at a water tank just as you drop off into the bottom of Slate Creek traveling south.
He was so excited that on Monday morning he called Game and Fish. The man that answered the phone was so rude. Asked if he had ever seen one before, he said no but he knew what one looked like. The man said if he hadn't seen one how did he know what it was? Said there were no sheep there, kept arguing with my husband until he finally hung up the phone.
Only time in 30 yrs. I didn't have a camera with me. It was quite a sight. One big light colored sheep with a herd of black cows. He was so proud! The sheep not my husband.
Just goes to show Game and Fish doesn't know everything about the animals in Az.
No, but I watched him for a very long time.
I just have a warped mind.
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