That is a truly ignorant statement.
They are no more a death trap than any other abode.
This was clearly human error..............99 cent extension cords will gladly burn down ANY house, they don't discriminate.
When my first husband and I first got married we lived on Grandview and I used to walk over there and marvel at the history. I was fascinated by the stories the tombstones told. When our daughter was about 8 I took her there to show her and all we got to see was garbage, destroyed headstones, needles and booze bottles on the ground and some guy talking to a tree. I was disappointed she never got to enjoy the history of it. Of course, we never went back.
Yeah! Thanks for the video! They are GORGEOUS!
Such a lovely sight.
OMG.........WHO is bothered by an E-Cig?
Yer right, Max. Drinking can certainly damage the pancreas but pancreatic cancer usually has nothing to with damage from alcohol. Interesting thing: I once pondered why you don't hear about pancreas transplants for people diagnosed with cancer of the organ. I discovered that it CAN be transplanted and often is in people who DO have alcohol damage or birth anomalies but it can't be done with cancer patients because the minute they put in the healthy organ it becomes cancerous, too. INSTANTLY. So it is considered a waste of resources.
20 years ago I pleaded guilty to selling cigarettes to an underage kid in one of their stings. I got 8 hours of community service at that place and I was appalled by it. I can't remember the name of the guy that ran the place but he looked like John Laroquette and he was biggest jerk I have ever seen in my life. There was a guy in a wheelchair, one leg gone from the knee down and he comes up on him and starts screaming "GTF outta my way!" So he set me to work scrubbing the baseboards and this dirtbag walked up to me (on the floor, scrubbing the baseboards) and tapped me with his foot and said "You look really good down on their on your knees." That was the longest 8 hours of my life.
Photo shoot...........That oughta make the Yuppies-With-Puppies happy.
I worked at a dog clinic for a long time and this one very wealthy lady who was OH-S0-Perfect would bring her poodle for daycare. This was a full-grown Standard Poodle and she carried him in her arms, handed him off to you that way (she didn't want his feet to get dirty) and she would say "I hope he has fun playing with the other dogs but can you keep them from slobbering on him and getting his feet dirty?" Her dog LOVED to play with the others.........splashed in the pool, puppy-wrestled with the others, had a marvelous time, but we had to clean this dog thoroughly before she came to get him. She actually went so far as to buy shoes for him that we were supposed to put on when he went outside to play. I'm guessing that became a very neurotic dog and I'm glad she didn't have children.
If it's legal to hunt there and the hunter had all his paperwork in order, there's not much more to say.
Reminds me of a girl I knew some years ago who told me "I don't condone hunting. I buy my food at grocery stores where I know no animal had to die for my dinner."
YES, he's beautiful and if they are trying to re-introduce them to the area...............they might have excluded Sir Moose.
But in the end, what he did was legal.
I like how they use the word "immigrant" instead of the proper term.......ILLEGAL alien.
An "Immigrant" is someone who comes here to make this their home and follow our laws.
They always seem to forget that pesky little word "illegal".
That makes no sense. The second part of your sentence contradicts the first.