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Re: “Movie Review: Passengers Proves a Bad Ending Can Ruin an Otherwise Good Movie

I dont know what why all the complaints about the ending. Its not horrible and its the most obvious ending - but it would have been much better and more interesting if Sean's suggestions were followed about their children and screen shots from their life.

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Posted by Helena Hayes on 01/07/2017 at 11:29 AM

Re: “Songwriters in the Round: Purdy Hölsom, Dr. Will, John Saylor

Postponed to next Saturday, January 14th, on account of snow. 9-12 at 106 Main. Hope to see you there!

Posted by Ryan Baxter on 01/06/2017 at 6:02 PM

Re: “On His Way Out, Pat McCrory Places Close Advisers on Key State Boards

FYI, you have the pictures of Lee Roberts and Andrew Heath switched.

Posted by Bob Coats on 01/06/2017 at 10:58 AM

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: “Floyd McKissick Jr. disciplined by N.C. Bar

I have actually had numerous business dealings with Floyd Mckissick Jr over the years. I can truly say that I have never met anyone as pathologically mean, dishonest, and petty as this guy. Something in the man is terribly broken-- to the point that, despite his utterly corrupt character, he's more pitiable than anything else. Still, god help us should he ever win significant political office.

Posted by truthteller32 on 01/06/2017 at 12:22 AM

Re: “How My Childhood Love of Elvis Taught Me to Question Authority and Cherish the Blues

FYI, the version of Hound Dog that Elvis recorded had different lyrics. They had been changed by Freddie Bell (and the Bellboys). Elvis asked Freddie for permission to record his version and that's what he did. Elvis learned of this version when he was in Las Vegas performing at the New Frontier in spring 1956. Freddie Bell was performing in the Sands lounge, which was across the street. It was Elvis' back up band that discovered this version and told Elvis about it. Elvis did know of Mama Thornton's version. The best example of singing both versions was his performance of the song on the Milton Berle show. I suggest listening to Freddie's version first, then check out the Berle version.

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Posted by Susan Lucky Jackson on 01/05/2017 at 1:48 PM

Re: “Five Things We Want to See from New Governor Roy Cooper

@Twilight Zone - I would just like to correct you on one thing. There was ZERO progress made under One Term Pat. He actually set the state back a lot. You should hug someone today to alleviate some of that anger you have.

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Posted by Raleigh Guy on 01/05/2017 at 11:12 AM

Re: “Five Things We Want to See from New Governor Roy Cooper

Raise the Minimum Wage!

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Posted by Allen Kennedy on 01/05/2017 at 8:11 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

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

Re: “Second Video Emerges From Yesterday's Rolesville High School Incident

It seems all over the United States of America that Black children when ever cops encounter them for any reason, the behaviour of the cops are always abusive. Why so much savagery against our children?

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Posted by Patrick Metz on 01/05/2017 at 1:07 AM
Posted by Rollo_Tomasi on 01/04/2017 at 4:40 PM

Re: “Five Things We Want to See from New Governor Roy Cooper

Power certainly did not devolve to the people under McCrory and the NCGOP. The right wing was too busy undermining the US and State Constitution. The NCGA moved to enshrine itself forever without a public hearing or input. Roy Cooper must challenge Phil Berger and Tim Moore and the rest of the GOP cabal. They are kleptocrats who are supporting a boorish, uncouth autocrat who believes he can set policy with Tweets.

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Posted by cityfox on 01/04/2017 at 4:30 PM

Re: “Five Things We Want to See from New Governor Roy Cooper

Are you familiar with the term "subset"? I know it's bourgeois fashion to forget this, but there are, in fact, others.

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Posted by JK 1 on 01/04/2017 at 3:47 PM

Re: “Five Things We Want to See from New Governor Roy Cooper

Guess I forgot that LGBTQ people and immigrants aren't working people.

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Posted by Paul Blest on 01/04/2017 at 3:36 PM

Re: “Five Things We Want to See from New Governor Roy Cooper

Left-liberals learn absolutely nothing. 1) The only meaningful priorities are the two LAST on your list. and 2) Exactly where on this list is the material welfare of working people? This has really become a completely worthless rag.

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Posted by JK 1 on 01/04/2017 at 3:27 PM

Re: “On His Way Out, Pat McCrory Places Close Advisers on Key State Boards

Thanks, Lewis. We've made a correction to the info graphic.

Posted by Susan Harper, INDY Publisher on 01/04/2017 at 2:21 PM

Re: “The Human Relations Commission Issues a Scathing Report About the Durham County Detention Facility

The anonymous "Twilight Zone" Anti-American
wants to keep ['those'] people
in jail without trial and
(duhh...) "Cash is all ["these thugs"] have
from their drug deals
and drug dealing friends.
I say let 'them' stay in & rot."

Duhh; cash-flush drug dealers and their friends
can pay cash bail to get out; violent thugs have
high bail
for public safety reasons.

Bail was increased for non-violent misdemeanors
(not for "thugs"]:
to keep people in jail before trial, because
Anti-Americans didn't want "revolving doors" for
"subhuman" "animals"
("untermenchen" was the Nazi term for their racial minorities)

but

Not everyone jailed is guilty and
Not everyone guilty is jailed.

"the current system works to keep defendants in jail
solely because they cannot afford their cash bond,"
the report reads. "Even just a few days of incarceration
or pre-trial detention can have severe consequences, such as
job loss and eviction..."

which forces the innocent to plead guilty to get out of that "sh!t-hole"*
& punishes the innocent who refuse to plead guilty.

*"No Pity" (another anonymous Anti-American" called jail
a filthy "sh!t-hole" & every cell I was in (about a dozen)
had no toilet paper, & all had sh!t on the walls
between the bed & the toilet
and an inmate who complained about it was beaten bloody,
and (as a complainer) jailers were told to
"give him the special treatment" & after I complained,
(group punishment) I was locked in a cell with 6 others
who had no breakfast of lunch and told "no dinner either,
because of him" (no food or drink for more than 24 hours (except
water from the back of the toilets where other inmates wash their socks
and underwear and literally "sh!tty" hands) and
the guards set up a
little gladiator contest for their sadistic amusement
as a little 'going away party' after the Judge ordered me released;

inmates STILL complain about no toilet paper,
and fecal contaminated water & food-handling surfaces including trays
is a public health hazard.

I was in there, by the way, because, with paramedic training, I intervened
gently, but firmly, when a guy with a Lexus was strangling a woman: lifted
her off her feet by her neck, shaking her; could've killed her.

I was summoned as a witness in her case against him and
he said I assaulted him
(even the cop had refused to arrest me when he saw the bruises on my neck
from the strangler who had a LONG list of assaults on women and drug charges)
The thug with the Lexus had money; he didn't go to jail;
I did;

Anonymous Anti-American idiots/neo-Nazis like "No Pity" and "Twilight Zone"
need to read the Constitution and get a clue.

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Posted by Chris Tiffany on 01/04/2017 at 1:22 PM

Re: “Panorama Captures Life in Our State Through a Lens of Intimate Reality, Not Drive-By Nostalgia

What a beautifully written article. Great writer!

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Posted by Kathy Lestelle on 01/04/2017 at 1:06 PM

Re: “The Human Relations Commission Issues a Scathing Report About the Durham County Detention Facility

Cash makes it harder for these thugs to get back out on the street to commit more crimes. You think they have good checks or a great credit card? Cash is all they have from their drug deals and drug dealing friends. I say let them stay in and rot.

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Posted by Twilight Zone on 01/04/2017 at 11:51 AM

Re: “Five Things We Want to See from New Governor Roy Cooper

What the hell is wrong with you losers? This list is so wrong. You really want " immigrants and refugees"
here in our State? "Go on the offensive on LGBTQ rights"? What about the rights of EVERY person who lives and works in this State? LGBTQ's have the same rights as every other North Carolinian and American. Why do they needs special rights? They are NOT special.
You are ALL a bunch of idiots with IQ's of a dogs butt hole. Get a life or get the hell out of America.
And I agree with Mike Moore. Cooper is Bev in pants. He is already appointing people from Perdue's failed administration. We will be going backwards in time and all progress made in the last 4 years will be wiped out. Mark my word, we will be back in the red in no time flat.

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Posted by Twilight Zone on 01/04/2017 at 11:48 AM

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