That address is just around the corner from us and I can't believe there is a camp at that area. This is next to and near University Nursing Home, Apts on Club Drive,, a Golden Pantry and ATT . If this address was reported correct - the camp is sure well hidden.posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 20:29
Nicki is such a joke. And as fake as her cosmetic surgery (posted online) which didn't add any thing good.. The show has really been going downhill and this year only made it worse.
Maybe YOU should look at a spelling "calendar." [/quote]
Your sentence is weird. Did you mean Maybe YOU should look at spelling "calendar" leaving out the "a" ? Must be nice to sit all day and spell check others.
I know you will tear this post apart, too, but you know what? I don't care and I'm sure others won't either. Not everyone has spell check or time to double check spellings or to police others.
[quote][b]Man_Of_The_Mountain[/b] - @jeleclekat:
"keep their guns just LAYING around"?? Huh? Try: keep their guns just LYING around!!!!
Verb transitive!!!! Learn English grammar!
Holy cow, what ignorance...Seesh!
try again - a gun is an object..
- Lie is an intransitive verb (one that does not take an object), meaning "to recline." Its principal parts are lie (base form), lay (past tense), lain (past participal), and lying (present participle).
[Lie meaning "to tell an untruth" uses lied for both the past tense and past participle, with lying as the present participle.]
Lay is a transitive verb (one that takes an object), meaning "to put" or "to place." Its principal parts are lay (base form), laid (past tense), laid (past participle), and laying (present participle).posted @ Wednesday, May 8, 2013 - 22:58
OK, I'll bite. How could this have been "completely avoided"?
By being a responsible gun owner - keeping a gun out of reach or locked , or whatever it takes when not in use to keep kids from getting it.posted @ Wednesday, May 8, 2013 - 13:21
..... rights trampled on?
Dan, no matter how hard you try, no matter how deeply you wish it to be so, government can not protect people from their actions. Hell, they can't even protect people from the actions of others.
Government can't legislate stupidity away. And if you still have a yen for an elected position, you would do well to take that tidbit with you. [/quote]
I took his comment "how many more" to mean how many more careless people are going to keep their guns just laying around for kids to find. I don't care if you have a permit or not or any other legalities - if you own a gun - be responsible for it. Keep it out of reach when not in use. So, yes, how many more....
poor baby - needs to grow upposted @ Monday, April 15, 2013 - 13:23
And worse, I think there's a Holly Springs in Alabama. [/quote]
There is, and not that far from I565. Only after you read the story link do you really know whether Holly Springs GA. or AL. and that story has I575.posted @ Sunday, April 14, 2013 - 15:13
yup - I565 is in Alabama...posted @ Sunday, April 14, 2013 - 14:36
[quote][b]Thomas Jefferson Snodgrass[/b] -
So, you advocate treating violence with more violence, because that's the way you were raised. Thus, you think violence is an effective training method.
That's the dumbest idea I've heard all week.
non violence isn't working with kids either - what do YOU suggest? Kisses and cream?posted @ Saturday, April 13, 2013 - 02:32
[quote][b]Pfunk[/b] - Good. Wash away this damn pollen.
oh, how true! Hubby has rinsed off the our vehicles and the neighbors yesterday and this morning, but you'd never know it. Guess our next complaint will be how hot it is.posted @ Thursday, April 11, 2013 - 14:15
bet there is a lack of discipline in the family.....posted @ Wednesday, April 3, 2013 - 23:09
what a piece of shi*!!!!!posted @ Wednesday, April 3, 2013 - 23:04
[quote][b]christian-mom[/b] - @bikerustanddrunkencrust: Bud God is the one who gave the Doctors the skill to save him...
The doctors are the ones who went to school and got the training needed. Your god did not GIVE them the skill, they studied and worked for it. It will be the skills of the medical teams, and lil Tripps body that will do the healing. If your god is so almighty - why did he let it happen to a small child to begin with? "Suffer the children" - I don't think so....posted @ Tuesday, April 2, 2013 - 01:33
whoop-de-do... and this is important news????? Surprised he didn't throw a tantrum.posted @ Sunday, March 31, 2013 - 02:05
[quote][b]Odins Eye[/b] - @ElevatorLady: First of all "Pit Bull" is NOT a official breed, it is a generic term used to describe dog breeds.
More children are killed every year by doctors and big pharma than by "bull dogs". So save your selected anger for the idiot in the whitehouse and quit blamming a dog for the failures of the owner.
can you back that up? doubtful, whereas there are web pages on dog bite fatalities.....one, for instance,http://www.dogsbite.org/dog-bite-statistics-fatalities-2012.phpposted @ Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 15:20
[quote][b]geronimo509[/b] - His lawyer says he's innocent? Get the f---- outta here! [/quote]
of course his lawyer will say that - even if he's 1,000% guilty...as long as he gets some $$ he'll say anything.posted @ Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - 02:45
[quote][b]E.J.[/b] - It's a water buffalo, not a docile cow, Ms. Cates. Better learn a little about your new pet before you or someone else gets hurt.
All she said was that it "LOOKS" like a baby cow - she said nothing about its behavior And nothing was said about someone getting hurt.... Ease up! Have some more coffee or whatever........posted @ Monday, March 25, 2013 - 12:17
[quote][b]scarborj[/b] - Just for the record, I never park in the handicapped parking spots even though I am handicapped to a point. I was diagnosed with emphysema in 1999 and have gotten progressively worse with the COPD due to lung infections and pneumonia. I have gained so much weight from taking the steroids/prednisone for this disease and just walking takes so much of my breath, I clearly have to lean on the carts and rest once I get from the parking lot to the store. I also refuse to ride the electric carts for the simple reason people will talk about me since I am overweight...just as many of you are doing in the comments here. I would love to be able to walk more and lose the weight, but I just cannot breathe and exercise enough to shed the weight. So, with that said, I am not among those who just take for granted if I'm handicapped, I always have a parking spot. To look at me when I'm at rest, you would never know I have the disease. I'm not on oxygen yet, but it's only a matter of time so I will wait until that happens before I ever use handicapped parking...just saying.
I applaud you. I stated earlier that i have a placard for my husbands' vehicle when I am with him, but a lot of times, I will have him drop me off at the door and he parks in a regular spot so someone else can use the handicap spot. A lot of us that ARE disabled, will make a spot available to someone else whenever we can.posted @ Saturday, March 16, 2013 - 02:59
[quote][b]emanon[/b] - @oops: Which came first, the back problem or the sedentary lifestyle? Some people don't exercise because they can't exercise. Some people gain weight because they can't exercise. Unless you are medically trained and have examined the patient, please don't be so quick to judge.
Thank you! I wasn't obese until I had both knees and both hips replaced over several years. My lifestyle became sedentary when I could no longer walk or stand more than a few minutes, and the dr issued my permit. I would change place with any abled body walker for a day just to be able to walk around again. I have a disabled license plate for my own vehicle and a placard for my husband when I am with him. I agree that the placards are sometimes abused, but there are still some honest users.posted @ Friday, March 15, 2013 - 11:43
So sad. I feel for the grandfather who probably regrets letting the boy stay home from school if he was well enough to be out riding his bike.posted @ Tuesday, March 12, 2013 - 03:04
a shame it's true. How many more accidents are going to happen before people walk on the correct side of the road FACING trafffic. This is a sad case where the girls would have seen the vehicle coming and most likely been able to move out of the way. You cannot see behind you.....posted @ Sunday, March 3, 2013 - 02:44
[quote][b]Save our Republic[>God made him a he...and forever he shall be!
God didn't make him - a male sperm and female egg did.... get your facts straight.posted @ Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 13:25
How many little boys would willingly go out in public in girls clothes? The parents are wise in letting her grow up normal for her.posted @ Thursday, February 28, 2013 - 13:20
You can not and will not EVER, be 100% safe watching a sporting event unless you stay home and watch it on TV, And even then, don't fall out of your chair. It is an assumed risk you take when you go, but as was said earlier - lawyers will do anything for money. Nascar had erected a safety fence which normally works. This was a freak accident as would have been a lightning strike.posted @ Wednesday, February 27, 2013 - 20:34
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