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Oct 28th 2009 9:06PM Sorry, If these people were 'law abiding citizens' such as the article stated, they wouldn't have gotten the tickets in the first place.
Jun 14th 2009 11:12PM Adam is another Bowe, the theatrics and the drama are one of a kind. Adam was my pic al the way. No guess, I'm a Bowe fan all the way. Adam fits the bill to be the next Bowe.
Apr 5th 2009 7:27PM wow, hope you're not all members of eharmony. that's exactly the kind of relationship I'm trying to get away from. Constantly being corrected over minor DETAILS like the fine line between falling over the edge of sanity INTO insanity.
Mar 15th 2009 5:23PM Who cares if she's lesbian or not. Who is the school to push a dress code on the prom? Many of those prom outfits that sell dresses and such also have female tailored tuxes. So if a girl, straight, gay, or otherwise, who doesn't feel comfortable in a dress, is made to wear a gown because of a stupid dress code? HOW REDICULOUS !! The bottom line is, her sexual preference has nothing to do with all this. There are plenty of girls out there that don't feel comfortable wearing a dress. That doesn't mean their gay!! Bring back the 70's and 80's were anything goes. To each his own is my philosophy. So what , let them go. Their not hurting anyone. And Kudo's to Holder..... I commend you for having the insight to 'PLAY THEIR GAME" yet still follow your desire. By the way, NO I'm not gay, but I believe that people should be able to do what they feel is right for tham. No one's hurting anyone.
Nov 19th 2008 12:45AM wow, I am so sorry. At first I couldn't believe no one had posted to this story. Now I've realize that even though the utility company's send their jargon of medical necessity notices, it's just that...jargon. They are required by law to send the notice, but that it doesn't mean anything. I hope to god I never have to go through anything like this and my prayers are with the rest of you who have loved ones who are stapped financially and would perish without basic utility service.
Nov 16th 2008 1:54PM Utility company's in PA won't shut off power if you can prove medical necessity.
Nov 1st 2008 9:14PM hey Paul Cyopick, the article said nothing about the parents packing his bags for him. Stop reading between the lines and putting your own story into the picture.
Oct 21st 2008 10:00PM That's just poor sportsmanship.
Jan 23rd 2008 9:56PM This is actually very sad. I feel so bad for this country. I attempted to contact the University of Zimbabwe almost a year ago to verify someone's degree for a job they were trying to get here in the U.S. The university was closed because of rioting and water shortages. This country is so distraught with bad government and mismanagement. We think we have it bad. This is so sad. I've known some wonderful people who have come to the U.S. from Zimbabwe.