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Re: “Light or commuter rail?

Sigh. Bob, we need both commuter and light rail and we needed it five years ago. We have got to get it. There is just no more room for highways, and the quality of life definitely improves with trains. When I've lived in cities where I don't have to drive back and forth to work each day, I experienced much less daily stress, got a ton of more exercise AND saw more of the surrounding city than I ever have living in Raleigh. Dealing with traffic, and losing all that time just sitting in the car feeling your blood pressure rise is insanity. I don't get it at all.

Posted by mktackabery on 07/06/2011 at 9:25 PM

Re: “Monks on the brink in stirring Of Gods and Men

Great review! I am anxious to see this film now. The trailers made the film look almost old-fashioned, although I suppose some might call those ideals the same. Perhaps that was the point.

Posted by mktackabery on 04/21/2011 at 9:47 AM

Re: “Undocumented immigrants appear in federal court

The Ponce brothers paid coyotes to smuggle people across the border to work for less than minimum wage, without benefits (vacation days, sick days, insurance). They also "harbored" them, which most likely means they shacked them up in sub-standard housing. This is slavery--let's not make this a simple case of black and white. Some people should be arrested and deported.

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Posted by mktackabery on 02/18/2011 at 10:38 AM

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