Alan, thank you so so much for riding! One day we will find the cure! I just know it.
Laden, thank you for your comment. It is an uncommon intersection and one that Vicki and I struggled with at times too. Thank you for calling out MS Society Magazine. I hope it causes them to make changes!
Sue Googe was endorsed by "Indy Week"! Thank you Indy Week! http://www.indyweek.com/indyweek/us-congress-fourth-district-we-endorse-sue-googe-in-the-republican-primary/Content?oid=5036737 As a Sue Googe Supporter I look forward to receiving Indy Week's Emails.
Seriously, this article represents exactly what is wrong when candidates who use #Voter #Oppresion not #Liberty to choose who represents #NC01 & #NC04. For the readers, please connect on the link given to Sue Googe's issues; common sense planning for District 4. I believe Pastor Powell Dew can certainly hold his own in a discussion with any voters in Durham County area. The writer alludes to fact these candidates are pawns. Caring & Knowledgeable Candidates for supporting their constituents? Agree 100%. And #SueGooge #PowellDew are doing an excellent job meeting their constituents. #Vote #November8 #Education #PersonalLiberty #Jobs #Growth #FightCorruption ( David Price, you're District map is outdated on your website!)
Logos? Really? What can improve with "representatives" like David Price, who have been in Congress for 30 years already? At this point the more proper term for David Price is ruler. Sue Googe is trying to actually represent her constituents.
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WRAL.com estimated that the loss was about $500M, which is less than .001 (1/10 of 1%) of the State Economy.
This is a lovely article. As a gay man with MS I have often felt overlooked by the MS community and have even called out the magazine of the MS Society for only ever speaking of straight couples. (Surprisingly, they printed my comments.) 400,000 Americans have MS. About 4% of America is gay. There is no correlation between homosexuality and MS. So, having MS and being gay is indeed an uncommon intersection! It makes for a very unique life path.
Absolutely a Beautiful story, Sorry for your loss. She is one of the many reasons I ride. Thanks for sharing this story, and know we care about you just as much as her. Alan Simons
Thank you, Debra! It should also be noted that Lynn speaks Spanish and can provide assistance to both English and Spanish speakers.
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Thom Tillis actually created that orange monster.
Now the can pretend to care about poor people despite this plan focusing primarily on carting around wealthy duke/unc professors and students.
This light rail is a joke and nothing but a black hole for tax $$. The citizens of Durham/Orange will fight it to the end. The dollars and environmental impact has been studied and published.
You can't lose what you never had. The ACC will lose when it's fans don't leave to the state to view games.
Thank you Natalie! I'm so sorry for your loss but your transformation is wonderful. Hope you get lots of support on your path!
Tried the new link..printed upAgency,LLC.All...will not print puzzle like it has in the past...;-(
This article really misses the mark. There are lots of things wrong with some of these new developments, but too little parking is not one of them. Mandatory minimums for parking are worthless and just encourage more car-centric behavior and planning. I'm heartened to hear that this apartment complex has a parking shortage. Indeed, I'd be thrilled if Chapel Hill had a town-wide parking shortage - maybe then we would get some real bike lanes and paths (instead of the worse than useless and idiotically named sharrows), along with a bus system that caters to the broader community beyond UNC.
When Uber starts in markets, they pay well to get drivers to sign up. In my market I made plenty. Then they cut the rate and increased their percentage take. The money dried up. I got another job. But the drivers who continue to do this I'm concerned do not earn enough to take care of their cars. They let things go to long like brakes and mechanical needs. They operate them for 60 hours or more per week to make rent or mortgage or whatever they need to pay for in life. Then the cars go unchecked by city inspectors. It's just not safe. I won't use the service any longer. I know how stressed out these drivers and their cars are.
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