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Posted 06/19/2015 05:46:06 EDT
Probably will go the same way as Rerum Novarum.... archived !
Posted 06/06/2015 06:38:21 EDT
't' is funding the project of replacing the whole administration and also funding an up to date filing and cataloging system for the Boston Library system... get real 't'
Posted 05/29/2014 05:42:53 EDT
I'm not sure that disabling the severe weather alert is a wise move. Occasionally being 'disturbed' far outweighs the other option, finding oneself and one's loved ones 'dead'.
Posted 05/21/2014 07:19:37 EDT
OMJ66: This seems to be a recurrent pattern in our society. We 'divinize' our leaders, the reason remains unclear, and then when they are unable to live up to this impossible task, we stomp them to more »
Posted 04/24/2014 05:55:29 EDT
And it goes on and on and on. Is there a 'birth certificate' anywhere ? I'm not quite sure that I understand the significance of this tiny piece of oral family history, Ms. Warren is an articulate, more »
Posted 04/06/2014 09:53:21 EDT
If you could read you might have noticed that the body was found ten feet from the scene, not under a wheel. The bicyclist was moving at a very high speed and sadly crashed into the side of a truck o more »
Posted 04/05/2014 11:34:40 EDT
Why would a bicyclist be traveling at such a speed that would cause him to be killed. Doesn't common sense apply ? I'd love to know what was playing on the bicyclist's iPhone at the time.
Posted 04/05/2014 05:58:09 EDT
It appears that no one is observing courteous rules of the road. As a pedestrian I am constantly assaulted by rude bicyclists who think they own not only the road but the sidewalks, where they speed more »
Posted 07/02/2013 05:55:37 EDT
Bringing a child into a situation such as that to me is foolhardy. How could you ever live with the guilt of knowing that your child was maimed or died because you the parent had some common sense more »
Posted 05/22/2013 06:16:07 EDT
Ninety percent of cyclists do NOT follow the rules of the road ! Bobbing and weaving through traffic, driving on sidewalks, running into pedestrians crossing in marked cross walks, going down ONE WAY more »
Posted 05/22/2013 06:09:17 EDT
So what are the responsibilities of cyclists to be aware of their surroundings ? Will they be giving up the Smartphones and the Earbuds ? Will they stop for a red light ? Will they stop terrorizi more »
Posted 05/21/2013 05:19:09 EDT
Even better lets ticket cyclists who are totally reckless on the road, swaying and swerving between cars, passing through red lights, driving down one way streets, driving on pedestrian side walks. O more »
Posted 05/21/2013 05:58:20 EDT
Being a former bicyclist I am surprised that deaths of bicyclists are not hugely higher. Ninety percent of bicyclists do NOT observe basic rules of the road. Case in point, a red light means STOP, more »
Posted 05/11/2013 07:53:30 EDT
Being an American citizen the Cardinal has every right to absent himself from any occasion which he considers offensive. He may spend the day doing anything which he pleases. Let's hope that his m more »
Posted 08/20/2012 06:56:48 EDT
Has the AMA made a statement about whether there may be increased health risk when flying if lower extremities are unable to stretch ? Deep vein thrombosis becomes an issue especially for older passen more »
Posted 03/15/2012 12:10:07 EDT
John Martin, President of Capital Grille, responded to my email concerning the handling of the meat at the Capital Grille. This meat was being moved out of the Grille and was in the process of being d more »
Posted 03/14/2012 09:44:30 EDT
Are those men really handling the meat from the Capital Grill bare handed. Isn't there a law about handling food with bare hands. Hopefully these guys washed well after using the facilities, or at lea more »
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