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Shark - 11:19 AM
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Remember when the city, in its highest wisdom, built a library near a drainage lake, and then complained about complications related to moisture. What will be the next investment, besides the NELCDC fiasco, that will cost millions, and return absolutely no benefit for the civilians.

Shark - 11:13 AM
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Those on the council who vote to force others to breathe in second hand smoke at work, should also be forced to breathe in second hand smoke while at work, get terminal lung cancer, and then breathe smoke in their afterlife. For those who represent the people and safe workplaces, bless you. NOTE: Although I don't use the ecigs, I would accept vapor in semi-isolated sections at my workplace. I will not allow unauthorized fires, even a 1/3rd inch sphere, near my employees, or any children.

fixer - 9:57 AM
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Adding E-cigs is not needed.All it would do is remove something that will help smokers quit and E-cigs do no harm to bystanders.The ability to use electronic cigarettes in public spaces will actually improve public health by inspiring other smokers to switch. Surveys of thousands of users indicate that the majority of those who switch, completely replace tobacco cigarettes with the electronic cigarettes, reducing their health risks by 99%. Are you for Public heath? Please read this Study http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/14/18/abstract

focusmom - 12:06 AM
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'm a smoker and ifeel like my rights have been violated enough. i've gotten sick because i had to go outside to have a cigarette in winter. enough is enough stop trying to run our lives we have rights too. i don't eat out as often as i used to because i can't have a cigarette in comfort. i don't mind the smoker-non smoker sections and will gladly sit in my section but to tell me i can't have cigarette at all is violating my rights.

TylerC - 10/17/2014 3:32 PM
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"The state's position is: we have to provide a dis-incentive. We have to provide a motivation for people that abscond to know there's going to be a punishment when they do," Assistant District Attorney Tom Brummett said. This statement does not make sense to me when I continue reading a find that she had been sentenced 7 years concurrently (not consecutively) to her 15 year sentence. That's just essentially making the same punishment anyway for both crimes. How are de-incentivizing charged people from absconding from court if they just have to face the same amount of punishment regardless. It doesn't make sense to me, that logic.

FredC - 10/17/2014 2:59 PM
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It's hard to take seriously anything that this so-called news program airs, ESPECIALLY when they have the idiot Donald May politicizing the Ebola virus by spreading fear and panic. What a joke!

Droopy - 10/16/2014 12:24 PM
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They should have moved to Colorado.

Old red - 10/12/2014 7:24 PM
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Going to Hollywood, filming new scenes for the ongoing Horror story of the 2014 season.

Shark - 10/10/2014 10:23 AM
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Liberals can't win honest elections, so they trump up charges against those who interfere with their agenda. We know what wages many politicians earned, and their intermittent major medical ailments that remind them of their dark path.

Shark - 10/9/2014 10:11 PM
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In other words, those with money desire the 14th amendment to be thrown out. It states that no citizen shall be denied equal protection under the law. If one group is treated differently under the law, then everyone else is denied their equal protection. Please don't use the liberal BS that some are to be given more equality than others. Either screen everyone, or no one. If the system is too cumbersome and inefficient, then those with money and power should either use their influence to have the system improved for everyone, or wait in line to be screened with everyone else. Just be thankful that there are no perverted TSA screeners with their intimate "pat downs".
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