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Jan 23rd 2012 12:57PM Well Linda, what's going to happen if we legalize pot? Will it stop the drug wars? Will it stop them from running cocaine, ecstacy, meth, etc etc into the county from latin america? OR will it leave thousands of Mexican nationals stranded here (the ones who are already here running the drug operations) without a job? What will happen then? Will they go home with their tails between their legs. Yeah right. or will they resort to the only thing they know --- CRIME... on you...here...where we live.
Apr 1st 2011 9:59AM I used to think that too. Then I actually SAW the difference between "lethal injection" and gas. When an animal is put down with heart-stopping drugs with an injection to the thorax, rabbits usually scream, dogs and cats usually cry. Have you ever met a vet who would let you WITNESS death by injection? The answer is NO. Contrast that to gas like CO2. The animals heads droop a little, they go to sleep gradually, they do not struggle, and they are dead quickly. What's the difference? Cost and Time. The needle is always cheaper and quicker. Which one you would chose for your pet?
Apr 1st 2011 9:40AM It makes me furious to no end how PETA will go after this guy (who is obviously not trophy-hunting these creatures) and then NOT go after millions of Chinese, Asian, Asian-american consumers of "traditional" or "holistic" medicines that are going to surely lead one day to the wide-scale extinction of the endangered animals they use in these so-called "medicines." Perhaps it's because the chinese are our "enlightened friends" in the view of many liberals.
Mar 18th 2011 8:06AM I"M NOT SAYIN' I know what's going on here. But he could have been someone's pet. He's not afraid of people and perhaps jumping on them was a behavior he learned. I had a pet squirrel when I was young. FYI, squirrels ALMOST NEVER carry rabies. They live in trees, and rarely come into contact with animals that mainly forage and live on ground, like skunks and raccoons, who are the main carriers of the disease. My source of info: the local wildlife and game dept, and state dept of health.
Mar 7th 2011 10:57AM And the good new is....wait, there is no good news.
Mar 6th 2011 7:30PM Age 50, and my already thin hair had been thinning for the previous 5 years. I had given up hope. In Walgreen's or Walmart, cant' remember, I picked up the generic 3-month supply of minoxidil, since it has come so far down in price. Costs about $10 per month. I've been using it for 6 weeks, and I see baby hair !!!! growing at my hairline when I push back my bangs. I haven't seen so much new growth in 5 years. I must have female pattern baldness, because that's the only condition that is helped by that drug. Here's hoping it helps even a little. I'm elated.
Mar 3rd 2011 3:20PM "reply" is missing the bigger point. If a 6 yr old can can 911, and a child can deliver a baby, then I guess they known all about personal responsibility. AS OPPOSED TO DOING NOTHING, LIKE THE SON DID HERE.
Mar 3rd 2011 3:13PM Someone said "they did nothing to assist the son." Well, the SON DID NOTHING. According to the article. I would think the average person, seeing his mother or family member dying, would do their best to attempt CPR even if they didn't know precisely how to. Better to do something than nothing. That is, unless the son sensed a lawsuit and $$$ might come out of this while it was happening. Certain people, the litegeous kind, are always looking for opportunity.
Mar 1st 2011 3:13PM They didn't poll employers? They polled employees? about their company's plans? You might as well have asked your cat what he thinks. Well, it was a piece of good, light news. Good and uplifting. Light on the facts. That's what counts.
Mar 1st 2011 3:09PM They didn't poll employers? They polled employees? about their company's plans? You might as well have asked your cat what he thinks. Well, it was a piece of good, light news. Good and uplifting, light on facts. That's what counts.