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Posted on February 5 at 7:24 p.m.
Tireater--get a clue...none of us begrudge a skilled hunter killing deer during hunting season, especially to feed your family. We DO object to a dude riding a motorcycle and maiming nursing does and popping bucks between the eyes, and driving off when it's not dead. I don't personally have any interest in hunting, but I do know that responsible hunters would NEVERleave a suffering animal to die a slow death, or shoot something without a means of loading it up for taxidermy, food, or whatever.Why do people constantly miss the point!? And, I am sure you need no push to go stuff your face at MickeyD's.
On Poaching Problem?
Posted on January 26 at 8:10 a.m.
Doesn't a fireman have excellent medical insurance and sick leave coverage? Some info on why he needs financial help is in order. Health-wise, my families thoughts and prayers are with him. We hope for an excellent outcome. He looks strong and tough!
On Fire Power
Posted on January 23 at 1:22 p.m.
To the person in the article who is quoted as calling it censorship...relax. It's not that exciting. It's just a chain wanting to maintain uniformity. And to the person who assumed the art said, "Jew." Well, that was just as freaky. Why is everybody so sensitive about everything? It's like everyone is walking around ready at moment's notice to get torqued.
On Peet's Removes Local Art Following Complaint
Posted on January 22 at 7:18 p.m.
This article is recycled from a few weeks ago. When it was posted last time, I pointed out that giving medical advice about what tests to perform was not right unless the author is a doctor. Now the advice is specifying three tests than can run close to $500 combined and are NOT indicated for young, healthy animals with no signs or symptoms of illness. An older animal can and should have routine screenings as deemed appropriate by their veterinarian, in conjunction with a physical. This author is not giving responsible advice!
On Pet Resolutions
Posted on January 21 at 9:03 a.m.
OK, ok, I get it. It was totally TASTELESS and insulting. But it was not illegal. If all of us called the police every time we were offended...well you get the idea. The genocide of Native Americans was on par with the greatest human tragedies ever, but the t-shirt...was just a t-shirt!
On Group Gets Store to Stop Selling 'Racist' T-Shirt
Posted on January 17 at 7:35 p.m.
Chato no comprende.
On Panhandler Shoots Youths, Deputies with Pellet Gun
Posted on January 16 at 10:55 a.m.
Panhandling does not get much more aggressive than this!
Posted on January 15 at 8:01 p.m.
Johnny Can't Read: I did not rain on his parade, and I complimented his book. And you assume I am bitter about B & N because "my book" did not sell. I don't have a book; I am a Vice-President at Hachette Livre, and have been involved in publishing for 23 years. I am speaking from experience and I am sad an otherwise monumental achievement could end up bankrupting this talented guy and harming his obviously stellar work. If 50% of his printed books are out of his hands for several months, and come back damaged, that's more than rain on a parade. That's disaster. You typify online commenters these days. You made several assumptions which were wrong, judged my intentions, did not read my comment carefully, and revealed your ignorance. Zero for four, you are out.
On Interview with Thomas Kelsey
Posted on January 15 at 2:20 p.m.
It's a neat story.However the photographer sadly mistakes Barnes and Noble picking up his book as a positive. It's a dying chain bookstore company, and consistent with industry standards, it could order a thousand books, put them in stores, and then return them for a full refund if they don't sell (if they don't go bankrupt first). You end up having lost the money you spent to ship, and the books are usually shelf-worn and unsellable. Better to network and work with local bookstores, and environmental groups to market a beautiful book such as this.
Posted on January 15 at 11:15 a.m.
With all due respect to the positive intentions of the author, and the memory of her beloved companion, this article reads as if it is unedited. It reads like a journal entry or blog, not a newspaper column. It rambles. There is barely even punctuation.Also, I perceive the suggestion that something was extraordinary about her pet because it was a wolf-hybrid. All pets who have passed can speak to us from beyond and guide us. Wolf hybrids are not superior in this or any other respect to domestic dogs, though it is common for those who own them to exalt their supposed "superpowers." In reality, they are unsuitable as pets for the vast majority of people.
On Message from Maia
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