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CC July 12, 2014 at 05:06 pm
THANK YOU RITA! I will not be commenting any more because Phil thinks he knows everything AND lovesRead More to blame. The ONE thing I will agree with is that the people did, in fact like Bill Clinton.....the schmooozzzeeerrr......just like Obama! Bill did nothing but sit silent (and do other things) while Alan Greenspan ran the financial part of the country in which many made loads of $$$, and THAT is why people say they liked Clinton. He did almost nothing - in my opinion, and I AM entitled to my opinion. Oh, the only other thing I will agree with Phil on, is the Republicans need someone stronger to run. Phil must work for the Dems....full of beans:) No more of this blog for me.
Phil Brooks July 12, 2014 at 08:53 pm
Rita, See? You're turning something that's not Obama's fault NOW into an indictment of "whenRead More is he going to solve a major problem???" In other words, we can't hang the border thing on him (because it was Bush's law and the other law--the one of unintended consequences--took over as these kids aren't being used as drug mules), so how about hanging everything else on him? We've been down this road before. The man is inept. he was unqualified for the job. He wasn't vetted properly because he was the first viable black candidate. In other words, had there had been as much digging on him as there has been on white candidates, the black community would have been up in arms. And, if there's one thing the black agitators of this world can do is stir up the brothers and sisters. Now, if you want someone of character and trust as President, well, so do I. Give me a name because I can't think of one. Colin Powell might have made a good one, but he's apparently not interested. In my opinion, Bush, Jr. was more qualified than Obama (and his old man had one of the best resumes inside the Beltway and look where it got him) but made the mistake of surrounding himself with ideologues (which is why Powell didn't fit in).
Phil Brooks July 12, 2014 at 09:00 pm
CC, Whether or not you respond, you're entitled to think what you wish of Bill Clinton (and GeorgeRead More W. Bush and Barack Obama). Truth be told, I think he's equal parts extremely intelligent person, consummate politician and sleazebag. But the economy was humming when he was President. OK, so he surrounded himself with the right people. If that's the case, then he deserves some credit in the same way we're quick to hand out blame for all the screw-ups. No one person can do that job anyway. // I "must work for them Dems?" That's the last act of a desperate man--pointing an accusing finger and not really knowing what you're pointing at. Politics is a shit business and I want no part of it.
TomW July 8, 2014 at 11:32 am
There goes the neighborhood!
jamesT July 8, 2014 at 05:50 pm
The funniest thing about him being the U.S. Sanator is that neither Dick Codey N.J. State SenatorRead More nor Joe Roberts Chairman of the State assembly at the time wanted it.
Michael Barry July 12, 2014 at 01:14 pm
He ruined Union City so now it's time to do the same for Paramus. As soon as he moved to BergenRead More County there was a report of a fat white guy running around naked in Paramus. Coincidence?
Gov. Chris Christie at a previous town hall meeting. Governor's Office/ Mykwain Gainey)
charlotte July 2, 2014 at 11:03 pm
Any college "coed" obsessed with Christie at this point clearly has a questionableRead More background. "Whatever" comes to mind as a response because these "town halls" seem so over produced it is ridiculous.
charlotte July 2, 2014 at 11:05 pm
Even our esteemed coed and her half shirt ensemble, designed to catch the attention of the maleRead More voter, must understand she is completely irrelevant to Christie Mantra.
Nitsuj July 5, 2014 at 07:32 pm
While Christie is not perfect, at least he's holding the line on taxes and putting some money intoRead More the Pension system. Now if the State Legislature wasnt dominated by the Democrats, perhaps spending would be cut as well and taxes actually lowered. Time for Chrisite to pull an Obama and just issue executive orders since the democrats wont let him do the job that needs to be done.
Common Cents June 30, 2014 at 08:54 pm
The real main intention of this law was to protect somebody who is rendering assistance, regardless.Read More If you were to come to an accident and you moved the person out of the car because it was going to burn, but in the intention you caused paralysis due to an injury your had no idea about, you would be granted immunity. You were acting in the best interest of the victim, trying to save their life. If this act was not in effect, nobody would render assistance if they thought about the consequences. Good people with basic human nature would still help. It takes the ambulance chasers to ruin something else like this.
ThudNJ June 30, 2014 at 09:11 pm
Lawyers are nit pickers who strive to find loopholes in everything. Shakespeare was right when heRead More said " First we kill the lawyers"
Andrea July 1, 2014 at 12:22 am
My friend, got her CELLPHONE stolen right out of her hand on the 92 bus and everyone else just satRead More there, she said that someone had lent her their phone, so she could call her mom. She also stated that the cops wouldn't come out just for a stolen cellphone, how do those people know? As for the mom who got a beat down in front of her child, and I was there, I would have been the first to call 911. True story, I went to University Plaza in Newark to pay my cable bill at the Optimum Payment Center, and I grabbed something to eat, anyway, as I was eating in my car, I saw a store owner get hit by some guy, and I put down my food, and picked up my cellphone as I was about to dial 911, I heard the owner say not to, but I had to, even though he was a complete stranger to me, I knew enough to know that if I did nothing, it would've be just as bad as the criminal doing the hitting. I am the type of person who will stand up for anyone if I see what's going on.
Geoff Cabral June 26, 2014 at 05:09 pm
A falling tree ripped off one part of one wall's siding on the back of your house and the newRead More doesn't exactly match the rest of the house? Chubb doesnt want you looking at it and being disappinted, so they pay to replace it all - no quibbling. The only thing they require is honest customers so they already know who and what you are before they agree to quote your risk. Scammers need not apply....
jesscott June 27, 2014 at 06:41 am
Are you all really pretending that partisan politics doesn't exist absolutely everywhere....sinceRead More the beginning of time? Grow up.
Beach_N8iv June 30, 2014 at 04:04 pm
YOUR governor is just protecting his Big Business Masters. They tell him what to do and he complies,Read More not that he has a choice. The Trenton Tyrant should be shown the door.
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angie argabrite June 27, 2014 at 07:43 am
what about the "hard choice" to do something for the people who AREN'T his millionaireRead More friends?
Chief Wahoo June 27, 2014 at 08:36 am
It's funny. (Actually it's not ) I haven't heard either side of liars and thiefs , talk bout theRead More unfairness of taking away the property tax rebates of most homeowners and seniors. Especially only a month BEFORE they were counting on them. How is anyone supposed to budget their household, with these clowns in charge of state. Christie with your made up budget and your lies , you are a bum. Public unions , with your collusion and greed, you are scum.
Mac June 27, 2014 at 11:48 am
sorry angie argabrite but our overstuffed pampered national smorgasbord traveler that drops byRead More occasionally to show us that as Governor he can walk and chew gum at the same time doesn't make any "hard choices" without a million dollar advance to his wife's charity retirement fund first
The Pulaski Skyway
PeoplePlease June 26, 2014 at 07:37 pm
I've read this article 4 times and it still does not make any sense. Was this a high schoolRead More graduation assignment?
J G June 27, 2014 at 03:11 pm
What difference does it make'!
MD June 27, 2014 at 08:33 pm
The difference is, this propaganda ridden article is full of bigotry. Just give us the news.
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News Man June 19, 2014 at 01:09 pm
Sounds good to me.
Marge June 20, 2014 at 07:04 am
This is great news! It's about time we chose to save something from our history instead of buildingRead More another drug store or bank!
Sophie's Mom June 20, 2014 at 12:20 pm
This is wonderful news! Bergen County is getting to over crowded! So happy the farm will remain!
Montclair Deputy Mayor Bob Russo (Patch file photo)
Paint June 19, 2014 at 11:16 am
Doesn't much matter people are leaving NJ as fast as they can . The liberal way simply is a downwardRead More spiral and it shows
Joe R June 19, 2014 at 11:24 am
People are leaving NJ as fast as they can???? And people are moving into NJ, entrepreneurs,Read More enterprising immigrants (LEGAL) and NJ has a fairly healthy birth rate. But the right wingers and the corporate whores who want us to further lower taxes on big corporations and the wealthy perpetuate the myth that NJ is losing population which is a big fat LIE. In the 1950s, the top marginal tax rate was 91%, now it's 39.6%.
Ridgewood Mom June 19, 2014 at 05:29 pm
Exactly Joe. All that Chris Christie has done as governor is raid the public coffers in order toRead More line the pockets of himself and his cronies. He has achieved this by employing well documented goon squad tactics and perpetuating the lie that the cost of services for the average taxpayer is the source of the state's fiscal challenges, demanding that most people in the state pay more taxes for less services in order to funnel more money to favored corporations and very wealthy individuals.
Rick Ricky June 18, 2014 at 06:59 pm
charlotte, You are living in a bubble. Dream, Dream, Dream darling. Obviously you really do not knowRead More what is going on. It is not the money they do it to for an exchange of favors program to put who they want a head. It helps them in the future for their own. Teachers are shroud in everything they do. There is always a motive or plant a seed going on in a bad way. It is not based on who truly is the best. You have administrator, teachers and coaches fudging every thing they can to make themselves look good. They collaborate together like the good old boys club. Trust me on this most don't care about your kids or anyone's kids unless you fall under that category of knowing someone. It is based on Who you know, not what you know just like all the other corruption going on in the world. Teachers have two faces. I think it is something they learn in college very well.
Rick Ricky June 18, 2014 at 07:04 pm
charlotte, How is teachers not responsible for some of the corruption when they give only certainRead More kids the chance to take a test over instead of all. Subjectively grades a paper better to who they know or just makes up grades because they do nothing in there class. There is a lot of H.S. Teachers who do not teach and get away with it.
grace June 18, 2014 at 07:10 pm
@rick Ricky you have just pointed out the toms river schools alma mater
One of the puppies removed from a Brick Township pet store in 2012 after the store was raided and shut down. (Photo: Daniel Nee)
Judith Mirbach June 14, 2014 at 07:39 am
To I've got the "scoop"" Ellie has a few different diseases. First called HereditaryRead More multifocal retinal dysplasia and retinal folding treated with eye drops. The second is keratoconjunctivitis sicca (chronic dry eye) which needs to be treated with Optimmune which can lead to corneal ulcers, chronic pus comes out of her eye and could lead to blindness if not treated. At first "their" vet stated Ellie just had regular conjunctivitis (infectious) probably caused by being with so many puppies, but not until I took her to a specialist was it determined this was a predisposed condition. Granted cocker spaniels DO have some eye problems but not the extent of Ellie's problems. The next issue she has is distichiasis (ingrown eyelashes) which also increases the pus, irritation, redness so she has to be groomed around her face more often. Her other problem was a "cherry eye". At 5 months old a "piece of meat" started coming out of her left eye. It was diagnosed as a cherry eye. The pet store would ONLY pay for the surgery if I used "their vet". She had the surgery and it did not work so needless to say the "piece of meat" is still hanging out. Again, granted cocker spaniels are "prone" to eye problems BUT IT WAS DETERMINED IN ALL OF HER DISEASES BOTH MOTHER AND FATHER HAVE HAD TO HAVE THESE DISEASES AND WOULD HAVE BEEN VERY APPARENT IN THE ADULTS AND THEY WERE STILL BREEDING THEM. Right now she is stable and is used to getting the medicine in her eyes daily. I love her so much. Again, as stated the pet store DID NOT CARE WHATSOEVER!!!! They made their sale!
Marina June 17, 2014 at 10:31 pm
Marina June 17, 2014 at 10:33 pm
Hey Woodbridge Patch.....Do you have any pet stores in your town? Maybe someone should ask MayorRead More Mac, WHY!
maryann June 10, 2014 at 06:30 pm
Finally. Please don't ruin the Palisades!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jack B Goode June 10, 2014 at 08:00 pm
spot zoning bill by Democrats to appease tree huggers, it will never see the light of day, they knowRead More that, but are trying to appease the anti-business environ mentalists
Henry Cooper June 10, 2014 at 11:59 pm
This bill is a joke, also known as Political Payback! Why not go back to when St. Peter's CollegeRead More was built and within the palisades; "Breaking the Horizon". Why does every opponent ignore the fact that the college is very visible within the confines of the Cliffs?????? LG, build your new campus in Englewood Cliffs.
The Jersey Diner in Cinnaminson. (Patch File Photo)
c June 19, 2014 at 09:29 am
This is a problem for NJ government and the taxpayers as the wealth is leaving the state. 50Read More billion in the last few years. Just wait till the majority of the boomers leave, taking the rest of the wealth. Then see how the taxes have to be raised to pay for the blob, the bloated governments (county such as Union, Essex, Hudson) and the state of NJ. The smart kids are leaving NJ when they go out of state to college, so the parents have no reason to stay. Housing prices will go down because no one will be able to afford them, and the property taxes, except the New Yorkers who flee their even worse state.
Joe R June 19, 2014 at 09:50 am
Oh baloney, wealth is not leaving NJ, at least not in the sense that you think. NJ has one of theRead More highest percentage of millionaires and billionaires in the country. NJ is one of the richest states in the country. Rich people are not fleeing their wealthy enclaves (even with the high property taxes) such as Princeton or where the governor lives, quite the opposite. According to the last census and almost all of the previous censuses, NJ gained in population. It's still the most densely populated state in the country. The problem is that the big corporations are given all kinds of tax breaks, tax holidays, tax abatements, land giveaways, subsidies and sweetheart deals that either services have to be cut or taxes have to be raised on the rest of us who do not have the clout of Walmart or some billionaire sports team owner.
Charlie Kime June 23, 2014 at 04:40 am
That's an interesting comment Joe R. Five of our neighbors within a two block radius have left theRead More state in the past year. They left for work, retirement, downsizing, etc. This will repeat itself more and more as baby boomers retire. Those remaining are left with the second highest state and local taxes in the country, the worst finances of any state, and an $84bn unfunded liability on risk-free public pensions & unlimited healthcare costs that NJ tax payers have to cover. There has been very little new job creation in NJ mainly because businesses find the state so unfriendly. Only someone benefitting for a sweetheart deal in NJ, i.e. a public pensioner, could complain that it is sweatheart deals for big corporations that drive up our taxes. That's patently false.
CC June 24, 2014 at 12:58 pm
Bill - TWICE my response to you was DELETED. Guess "they" don't want the cat out of theRead More bag!!! Arizona is NOT the only state that had children dropped off. New York AND Connecticut just had airplanes full of them dropped off....and NO vaccines!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Keep deleting and I WILL keep writing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Sal July 5, 2014 at 11:19 am
State workers pensions were NEVER something any union negotiated for or ask for or demanded. TheRead More Pensions are something the state OFFERED to attract the workers they needed. The State of NJ said " Come and work for us and this is what we will give you as Compensation for working for the state of NJ. Their pensions are a Part of their salary (their workers Compensation/wages) and something the state OFFERED to pay their employees. The workers cannot take back their 20, 30, 40 years of loyal service and the state is trying to take back compensation that the state had agreed to pay their workers when they were hired. When any employer offers to pay a any worker a pension to get the worker to work for them __ the pension just like a paycheck is part of the Compensation they have worked for.
William July 5, 2014 at 09:24 pm
Sal where did you get that info from, And if what you say is true then the state is not breaking anyRead More laws or Contracts, Offers are taken back in the private sector . Agreements are broken also. Many company's offer benefits that are rescinded at will. I know this first Hand When Salary non union workers lost their benefits because They were a Given as you say The public workers received and Hourly Unionized workers retained theirs, because The Benefits were were in there contracts That were Negotiated, Case in Point General Motors Linden, The Hourly Union Kept their Health Care also But Salary non union lost all theirs. Nothing is Guaranteed ask The Toyota and Saturn workers Promises Made and Broken, And when wages reach a tipping point promises are broken, Better a Pc, Of Pie then NO Pie,
Patch file photo.
JJ June 6, 2014 at 10:04 am
Not really, it'l be regular food trucks, not only hot dog trucks andy,The county is getting thereRead More cut, they should be somewhat happy.
Hank June 7, 2014 at 03:55 pm
salt,pepper, ketchup?
JJ June 8, 2014 at 12:37 am
Hambuger, hamburger , Hamburgeda, $5.00 $5.00, five dollar...
Credit: Bergen BRT.
Sally G June 5, 2014 at 12:12 pm
I cannot begin to express my opposition to the Paterson to George Washington Bridge schedule; I amRead More OUTRAGED that this should be included. As I mentioned at the February meeting with representatives from NJT and the Bergen County government, this route is more than adequately covered by the independent services, the small vans that run this route constantly. To compete with these independents, who I believe are franchisees, just makes my blood boil. NJT, a public agency, and the county government, should not go into competition with private business in this manner. (When I calm down I will comment on the other routes.)
Ezra P. June 6, 2014 at 06:41 am
Isn't Englewood Hospital to North Bergen already being proposed for light rail service? PerhapsRead More connecting into this type of service would make sense...
Tom B June 6, 2014 at 08:04 am
Why don't they look at improving the existing routes first? Ever try to get on a NJT 165 at 5PM?
Mac June 8, 2014 at 11:55 am
I guess everybody running for office in NJ feels like they have to act like Governor Christie toRead More win.
JJ June 9, 2014 at 03:28 am
Being a fat slob ? And a trader when it comes to Helping your fellow voters when a storm of theRead More century hits & ruins your home your livelihood. Holding back all funding to help you rebuild as well as Federal help, Thats what you mean ?
Marlboro Mann June 4, 2014 at 10:49 am
I love Booker's strategy. Openly campaign for Lautenberg's job while the poor man was still alive,Read More rely heavily on the support from the parasites living in our state's numerous slum cities, disregard his record of failure in Newark, win the election and disappear from sight. I think we may have to file a missing persons report on our current phantom Senator.
Joe R June 4, 2014 at 11:02 am
"..parasites living in our state's numerous slum cities...." Wow, what a nasty biasedRead More comment against a whole group of people living in some of the poorest cities in the nation. Comparing people to parasites or pests? Didn't the Nazis do the same to the Jews? MM hates poor people because they are poor; he calls them parasites, it sounds like he might want to "liquidate" these people.
nan June 4, 2014 at 11:26 am
Rhetorical question - People of Brick how could you vote for Brando over Ciocco? Answer is you knowRead More nothing about John Ciocco because he did not have the exposure Brando did. Brando's exposure serving previously, as a Councilman is a sad excuse for voting for him. He served himself not the people. In fact, he publicly, insulted many speakers at Council Meetings. I do not like an all one party government but I fear will may not have even on Rep on the Council going forward. Wise up people of Brick
Aidah June 17, 2014 at 08:43 pm
This governor never stops amazing me with his BS... y'all voted for him again.. now we're stuck withRead More his stupidity.
Ridgewood Mom June 19, 2014 at 05:43 pm
All that Chris Christie has done as governor is raid the public coffers in order to line the pocketsRead More of himself and his cronies. He has achieved this by employing well documented goon squad tactics and perpetuating the lie that the cost of services for the average taxpayer is the source of the state's fiscal challenges, demanding that most people in the state pay more taxes for less services in order to funnel more money to favored corporations and very wealthy individuals.
JJ July 2, 2014 at 10:59 am
Gordo K June 3, 2014 at 03:23 am
All this stuff about bike lanes ... what about horse lanes?
Lulu's Mom June 19, 2014 at 02:58 pm
Bikers, walkers, joggers, horse back riders on roads blasting themselves with head sets andRead More disobeying the rules of the road. Bike riders fly through yellow and red lights and zip past pedestrians on the sidewalks. It is illegal for a bike to be ridden on the sidewalk but police standing there in front of Kings or other places say nothing. People are sauntering or running through traffic in the middle of the block with their hand up as if it is their right to stop traffic at will. What do you plan, remove all street parking and make bike lanes? Many people can not get around without their cars and/or need them for small things like transporting children or others, doing errands which demand packages… Our weather is often inclement and some people are not physically able to walk/bike everywhere. You people are self-centered and dangerous.
Joe Russo June 23, 2014 at 11:36 am
My comments have to do with the Johnson Trolly Line extending into Lawrence. Town Council ran forRead More election, with Public Safety being one of it's promises. All this pathway will do is bring crime into Lawrence from Ewing and Trenton. Of course it will empower the resume's of Council and anyone else pushing it for thier own agenda. Keep the pathway out, or we might as well stack our belongings at the curb, for criminals to take, it's the same thing.
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Frank Santora June 1, 2014 at 04:10 pm
Jack McKeon should be impeached for gross stupidity. If this is the best he can do for hisRead More constituents, He needs to thrown out on his ear
Jim June 1, 2014 at 06:23 pm
Is this man a total MORON? No wonder nothing gets done in Trenton!!!!! Whit all the problems theRead More state has ,this is what he comes up with!!!
Fedup American June 19, 2014 at 07:11 am
They finally figured out that there was a month in which did not have a holiday where everyone goesRead More out and dumps money.
don May 29, 2014 at 07:39 am
are you a good musician or a business man or as well any worker and you need excess of money and youRead More also want to become famous and wealthy? here is your chance to become a member of the illuminati and become a star in your life. if really you are interested in becoming a full member of the illuminati don't hesitate to email:donilluminatimember@yahoo.com us or call +16467765508 and we also want you to know that there is nobody that is to determine your future because your future is right in your hands so join us now and become a responsible human being in life okay, so email us now if interested in becoming rich and powerful email us now.
grace May 29, 2014 at 08:33 am
as long as the parent who gave the child up for adoption doesnt lose any rights either..may be aRead More good reason they want to stay hidden..god bless all of you in that situation..think of how hard that must be to give up your child and so unselfish
don May 29, 2014 at 08:40 am
are you a good musician or a business man or as well any worker and you need excess of money and youRead More also want to become famous and wealthy? here is your chance to become a member of the illuminati and become a star in your life. if really you are interested in becoming a full member of the illuminati don't hesitate to email:donilluminatimember@yahoo.com us or call +16467765508 and we also want you to know that there is nobody that is to determine your future because your future is right in your hands so join us now and become a responsible human being in life okay, so email us now if interested in becoming rich and powerful email us now
grace May 28, 2014 at 08:40 am
cant there be some sort of first aid office in with security at the mall? with stretchers etc thenRead More they get the patient to the ambulance fast!
Doug Fenichel May 28, 2014 at 08:57 am
The last thing needed is more laws that tell people how to do the obvious. Many emergency serviceRead More organizations have converted SUVs to units that, in a pinch, can transport a patient short distances. We don't need laws, just common sense. By the way, what if it wasn't a shooting...what if it was a car fire?
Heywood May 28, 2014 at 12:31 pm
Profile the thugs.
The emergency room at Ocean Medical Center in Brick, N.J. (Patch File Photo: Daniel Nee)
Brandy the Dog May 28, 2014 at 07:19 am
Middle ground? You're kidding, right?
Brian N May 28, 2014 at 11:48 am
Not at all…that's the problem with government today…everyone is too busy earningRead More "points" instead of meeting in the middle to actually get things done.
Michael pellettiere May 28, 2014 at 12:23 pm
Bs. My friend chopped his fingers off and got put back on free. Charity care . Didn't effect hisRead More credit or his assets. He had a job just didn't have insurance
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Mel Sharples May 27, 2014 at 03:26 pm
Yes, but why would I need to? You people elected the worst possible candidates for decades becauseRead More they promised you cotton candy and pony rides. Fact is, most NJ residents should've had their right to vote revoked after casting ballots for Whitman and Corzine.
Mel Sharples May 27, 2014 at 03:27 pm
I imagine you voted for CC, as did I. Can you honestly tell me you aren't disappointed? And thisRead More has zero to do with the shenanigans at the GW.
Brandy the Dog May 27, 2014 at 03:33 pm
I did in '09 and did not on '013 because I was, in fact, disappointed. The GW Bridge incident hadRead More nothing to do with my decision and I believe had very little to do with the results of the most recent gubernatorial election.
TomW May 23, 2014 at 01:24 pm
At the end of the day, it can clearly be seen there are two main irresponsible culprits to thisRead More whole incident and the kids are not them. The kids are immature kids acting like kids with lack of guidance. Your culprits are the individuals that allowed the keys to be taken or given to and I think we all know who that is. That is why there is no claim to vandalism and statements of simple clean up and time donated to the cleanup. The second culprits are the parents of the kids that allowed this idiotic prank to occur. There is no acceptable excuse for a parent to allow their child to be out and about at those hours. I grew up with a curfew and my kids grew up with a curfew of not being allowed out past 9 or 10 PM on a school night. School officials and town consuls are all just fools scrounging for votes. Let’s all hope lessons have been learned and these kids develop into productive and respectful citizens. Guess we’ll know in 4+ years. “That’s all I have to say about that” – Forrest Gump. The smartest person in this 3 ring circus.
zizi May 23, 2014 at 10:10 pm
By federal law (10 U.S.C., 505), the minimum age for enlistment in the United States Military is 17Read More (with parental consent) and 18 (without parental consent). The criminals (18 years and older) in this case are not kids.... and they should be treated as adults.....
zizi May 25, 2014 at 11:14 pm
@John: I am all for spending money when it comes to prosecuting criminals......
The Cynic May 19, 2014 at 06:51 pm
@ThundNJ, I briefly stated the facts. Do your own search. It's all over the internet.....and wasRead More reported on national TV news networks. Have you been living under a rock?
ThudNJ May 20, 2014 at 01:26 pm
Cynic I thought you had additional facts that were not reported.
Dame Bridgid May 28, 2014 at 04:11 am
Refusing to hand over the keys to a vehicle occupied by his wife to protect her was an act ofRead More selfless love. Looks like you could benefit from an example like that, WMS826. This story has nothing to do with China...Or the price of tea. If slower response times due to lack of access are costing us lives then as decent intelligent human beings we should address it. If you had a heart attack and needed rapid transport from an upper level of a parking garage, I bet you would change your tune very quickly.
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