This is news?? It would be more interesting if it delved into the GOP plans and how the neighborhood reacts that the house is no longer vacant. The paperwork allegation asound pretty trivial.
Liquid shampoo was invented in 1927. Shampoo was invented in 1898 as a water-soluble powder. And anyway if there was a shampoo ad between 1927 and 1930, then that is within range.
But your comment about shampoo was just plain silly, unlike your other assertions about pit bulls, which are uninformed, unhelpful and downright harmful.
The children and tennants of Franklin Village are destroying their own trees. I witnessed a group of children literally rip down a small tree that had recently been planted and another tree that had been hit was stuck under a car parked in Franklin Village. A total of 5 trees out there have been lost since planting just 2 years ago or less. My Latino neighbors who rent, cook outdoors very often and routinely cut down branches and entire trees to fuel their fires. After 2 years, they are now driving elsewhere to cut their wood. Who knows where, but im sure its in Durham!I agree that there should be more planting in these areas mentioned, but Im betting some portion of the population in those areas could care less. The people that appear to care have gardens and potted plants in these neighborhoods, but wont plant a tree on their own?
The faster these people return to their usual protest via abstention the better. At first I thought it was good they were involved in this new thing called democracy -- invented only for this election, but now i don't think they have the depth.
P.S. Bernie people, i don't really believe this, I'm just annoyed
The short answer is money, obviously.
The author asks the wrong question. It should read "where will the money come from to clean up the properties around nccu?"
This is a much more interesting question. It's either going to come from the outside (investment) or from the inside (consumer spending).
If it's going to come from the outside, the first question is how we can justify additional spending on this particular geography. Many will have problems with government programs that are little more than a transfer of tax money to private owners/real estate investors/landlords. Any why here? And not East Durham? Or rural communities?
more like Pat McCray-Cray, amirite! ;D
Sam Brownback is a conservative scumbag whom we NEED to name a filthy sex move after. Santorum was a great idea, but just imagine The Brownback..... the untapped potential for filth there.
It's amazing who will stick around for $2.15 an hour. Plus tips.... can't forget those tips.
I would throw acid in the rich owner's face and hop a plane to mexico.
Distributing KKK flyers in the information age isn't just blatantly racist, it's stump stoopid. You have to be a butt chugging idiot to think there isn't a camera around to catch your license plate, these days.
This is purely and simply the most straightforward summation of the wide chasm between truth and McCrory. This is not a chicken and egg enigma. HB2 cane first. THEN came the outrage McCrory blames for his problem.
It's Sunday! Time to head out for brunch and create some misery!
I enjoyed your program until you used the EXUSE of a fire to give birth and promote it further. Your second season SUCKS with all the bickering, and you guys just need to get off the air and on with your pathetic lives in N.C. Shame on you!
Yet the cooks who got there two hours before the waiters or any front of the house staff. who worked two hours later then you the night before . Who also probably live further from work in a terrible part of what ever city your from . Who never make tips or bags of money . Fuck all f.o.h your all baby's
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how about some cheese with that fine whine?
People are not going to change en mass.
Get another job.
This self pity shit/ and pointing out that humans are human is a waste of electrons.
Forest says "We will never value a dollar over a woman's or child's safety and security." Based on that statement alone, HB2 should be repealed in an immediate emergency session. We have reached agreement.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has already asked for the repeal of HB2 because it is hurtful to children. Also, HB2 puts some Tennessee native women in danger. Tennessee will not change a birth certificate even after gender reassignment surgery, so some women are legally forced to share a bathroom with the likes of McCrory, Berger, Forest and, oh yeah, that ol' ballooner Speaker Moore. This isn't a bathroom horror hypothetical. This is Tennesseeans in the wrong bathroom against their will, in an atmosphere of suddenly intense potty time in NC, also due to HB2 -- the letter of the law and the misleading rhetoric supporting the law.
Forest doesn't get to define womanhood or childhood. And he shouldn't continue to fail to acknowledge that all women, regardless of their medical history, have human rights. It keeps leaving him in strange contradictions.
I'd vote for ralph wiggum before I vote for McCory. In fact, I'd take any character in Springfield over the idiot hate monger we have. And that includes senile Grandpa Simpson, evil businessman Monty Burns or Hans Moleman.
On page 178, Dickey describes a fatal pit bull attack that Delise refuses to label as a fatal pit bull attack. In 2010, Ethel Horton was killed when the pit bull she was dog sitting attacked her. In the middle of the attack, Horton had a heart attack. Dickey describes the “bites” as “in no way fatal.” But the pit bull kept attacking after Horton died from the heart attack, doing great damage to Horton's body. And Delise believes that since Horton had a heart attack in the middle of her dog attack, the dog attack was in no way responsible for her death. Among the many strange assumptions Delise is making is that the attack did not precipitate the heart attack AND that the pit bull would have stopped attacking had Horton not had a heart attack.
On page 172, Dickey explains that Delise uses the CDC custom of only counting dog bite related fatalities (DBRF) “in which the medical examiner had listed the mechanical trauma of a dog bite injury - lacerations (cuts), avulsions (removal of skin), crushed bones, or exsanguination - as the primary cause of death.”
OK, so Delise doesn’t count attacks, no matter the severity, if the victim happens to have a heart attack in the middle of it.
On the very next page, 173, Dickey explains that Delise found many many fatal dog attacks that the CDC researcher missed and that 44 different breeds were involved in fatal dog attacks including a West Highland white terrier. Considering what she just said one page earlier, that Delise only counts DBRFs that result in the mechanical damage a dog can do, that little Westie must have really torn that victim up, right?
It turns out that the only known recorded fatal Westie attack was a bite on a calf that led an elderly woman, 75 year old Rose Kazarian, to have a series of three heart attacks which led to her death the next day. So, now Delise DOES count heart attacks precipiated by a dog bite in the list of fatal dog attacks.
Karen Delise has different rules for including attacks by pit bulls and attacks by little dogs in her list of fatal dog attacks, and Dickey doesn’t say one word about it. Seems a bit biased, doesn’t it.
Bronwen Dickey says of DBO: "Dogsbite.org contradicts everything put forth by the groups most qualified to speak about animal science, animals behavior and dog bite epidemiology.... (p. 186) 100% wrong, Ms Dickey!
" Most of the information on dogsbite.org comes from one self-published paper..." That is an absolute and egregious lie, (p. 187) Ms Dickey!
DOGSBITE.ORG CONSISTS OF OVER 2200 WEB PAGES
MS. DICKEY, HOW MANY OF THESE 2,200 PAGES DID YOU READ?
"The site is also littered with childish ad hominems...." (p. 187) ANOTHER LIE, MS. DICKEY
You can literally read 100 DBO site pages a day for 2 weeks straight and not come across any of the ad hominems you mentioned.
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