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Re: “Evangelicals Overwhelmingly Support Trump. Not All of Them Support His Refugee Policies.

I will never understand how people who claim to be Christians could possibly think the republicans in general, and Rump in particular, share any aspect of life, especially religion. They are evil liars that care only for the billionaire class and the power they can achieve using their money.

Morality to them is a joke they force others to observe while they do whatever they want. Republicans are nobody's friend...unless you got tons of dark money.

Posted by Remo on 03/22/2017 at 3:39 PM
Posted by Gladdek on 03/22/2017 at 12:25 PM

Re: “27 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now

Ditto on #10. Eric signed with Minnesota last off season. Jordan came here in 2012. Maybe if the Canes can pull off a miracle and make the playoffs one of these years, people will have names like Skinner, Aho, Rask, Faulk, and Staal (Jordan, not Eric) on the tips of their tongues!

Posted by Louisthedog on 02/13/2017 at 7:30 PM

Re: “27 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now

#26. Anne Tyler most definitely did NOT win the Nobel Prize.

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Posted by Lewis Beale on 02/08/2017 at 6:00 PM

Re: “27 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now

Because the writers of Stranger Things, the Duffer Brothers, are graduates of Jordan High!

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Posted by Ellen Schrader Stutts on 02/08/2017 at 9:06 AM

Re: “27 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now

#18: Also notable -- the state's contribution (Hillsborough's, specifically) to the Bill of Rights in 1788.

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Posted by toastmasterbone on 02/08/2017 at 8:49 AM

Re: “27 Reasons We Love the Triangle Right Now

#10: Jordan Staal was not a "star of the 2006 Stanley Cup champion Carolina Hurricanes." His brother, Eric, was.

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Posted by toastmasterbone on 02/08/2017 at 8:40 AM

Re: “For Some Breast Cancer Survivors, Nipple Tattoos Offer a Return to Normalcy

I had breast cancer last year, and I beat the cancer. My question is, do you have any promotions. I have had implants and they are fine. I also have scars across my breast and I'm so self conscious. Can you please help me?

Posted by dolleigh on 01/17/2017 at 8:32 PM

Re: “Poisoning our pets

There are several pesticide and insecticides that are harmful for our pets. You must have heard of various instances that pets accidently poisoned by common pesticides. So, you need to more careful with their health as our lack of knowledge may endanger their life and may even lead to their death. Seek advice from your Vet and buy whatever you want for your pet from https://www.petcarerx.com/. Thanks for bringing some awareness for regarding such hazardous issues.

Posted by DougHansen on 01/06/2017 at 6:22 AM

Re: “Poisoning our pets

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/researching-the-possible-hazards-of-products-made-to-stop-fleas-and-ticks/2014/08/07/7b671df0-1825-11e4-9e3b-7f2f110c6265_story.html

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Posted by mperry on 01/05/2017 at 5:20 AM

Re: “Before the 'Net, there was The Front Page

I may have a copy of that Greensboro Sun issue with the essay.

Posted by Raymond Saint-Pierre on 11/25/2016 at 10:45 PM

Re: “Good Golly, Miss Molly: The Adventures of a Triangle Domme

Miss Molly sounds awesome and I hope to experience a session with her soon.
SYBIAN Man

Posted by Stan Man on 11/08/2016 at 1:31 PM

Re: “Soup for You: Welcome to DISH, the INDY’s Tri-Annual Food Special

Matzo Ball Soup at Lucky's Deli! I never go that there aren't people around me eating it. And, I have heard it sparks lots of discussion and comparisons.. "Do your Matzo balls float or sink?...They're right in the middle!"
Being a Southerner, I have yet to try it, but have heard it cures all ills. It's on my bucket list.

Posted by DonnaL2 on 10/14/2016 at 8:17 PM

Re: “Unpacking the Great Pho Appropriation Debacle of 2016

Am looking for a Chiniese restaurant that serves shrimp and lobster sauce, it was there speciality. Was on Hillandale Road near Bertland ave,, any ideas?? is it still there.

Posted by NancyLSullivan on 10/13/2016 at 11:50 PM

Re: “Soup for You: Welcome to DISH, the INDY’s Tri-Annual Food Special

Y'all totally missed the mark by not including Short Winter Soups in this spread. They've been around for 5-6 years, quietly serving up soups alongside Chicken Bridge Bakery bread to folks around the triangle through their (very hard to get into) soup subscriptions. Check 'em out.

Posted by suzybell8 on 10/13/2016 at 11:57 AM

Re: “How North Carolina Does Brunswick Stew Right

Some of us Brits appreciate it. I even wrote a whole column on Brunswick Stew! Thanks for this piece, really enjoyed it.

http://www.buryfreepress.co.uk/news/opinion/delicious-slow-cooked-stew-from-the-deep-south-that-can-save-the-day-1-7465558

Posted by Nic M on 10/13/2016 at 9:54 AM

Re: “Love Wins: Multiple Sclerosis, Cycling, Death, and a Coming-Out Story

Natalie, thank you for writing about your life with Vicki, and your life without her. You are courageous and it is an honor to know you.
All the best to you.
Allison Thompson

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Posted by Allison Thompson on 10/05/2016 at 9:07 PM

Re: “A Safe Space for the Triangle’s Growing Transgender Latina Population

Thank you Victoria

Lynn and many of our employees at our health center including medical providers are bilingual (Spanish & English).

Posted by Piedmont Health on 09/22/2016 at 4:03 PM

Re: “Hope Tyler’s Little Girl Became a Boy, and She Became an Activist

Your son is exceptionally lucky to have you as a parent.

The tragedy of Leelah Alcorn and of all the Leelah Alcorns in North Carolina and around the world should haunt those who pass hate laws like HB2...sadly they seem to ignore the overwhelming evidence that acceptance and love are the only appropriate responses to transgender children.

Instead they peddle fear - unreasoning, unfounded fear. And I say that as a member of my local school board's Financial Advisory Committee, someone very familiar with the right and wrong way a school system can deal with transgender students.

Last year I was approached by a local school official asking for help with a bathroom policy. I suggested that they not draft one and simply let things move on their own, because an official policy, something that might attract controversy, just isn't needed.

There are four transgender students in our system right now (out of just below 4000 total students). They are not the first transgender students and they won't be the last.

And in the 12 years I've been in the district we have had exactly zero issues, complaints or incidents. Instead our local students have thrived and moved on to college, whether transgender or not. And that's the way it should be.

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Posted by Chrissie Browde on 09/22/2016 at 3:19 PM

Re: “Love Wins: Multiple Sclerosis, Cycling, Death, and a Coming-Out Story

Alan, thank you so so much for riding! One day we will find the cure! I just know it.

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Posted by Natalie Rich on 09/22/2016 at 2:36 PM

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