All the rules at this restaurant are what make people go gaga about it. The food itself: awful! I sat at the counter on the end with a clear view of the refrigerator. The meat and cheese are directly out of Kroger. The cheese in fact is the cheapest American pre-sliced sold. Ann is a super slow and in fact terrible cook. I think her "rules" come from the fact that she knows she can't cook fast and made them to give her time.
From 1783 until 2001, the Supreme Court consistently found that the 2nd amendment does NOT confer individual right to bear arms, that the amendment meant as it reads "A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State". Individual right to carry is a relatively recent Court ruling. So, no WillIam, I don't agree that it infringes. I don't think you or any other individual has a Constitutional right to bear or even own a weapon of any kind.
Probably the most basic fantasy of conservatives is that they are paying for other i.e. those who won't work. It's simply not true. Forget about paying your "fair" share, you aren't even paying for what you personally consume. If we privatized everything and paid fees for use, almost all of us would pay 3x for those services than what we pay in taxes.
The money we borrow goes directly into your/our pockets. You want to end the deficit? Expect to pay more.
I live near the would be SE corridor in Reynoldstown. The trail south of Glenwood is not yet owned by the Beltline. Getting the right-of-way there should be their most pressing concern.
They should be announcing a new CEO soon (hopefully before the next quarterly briefing) and he/she can take this up.
"There are many supernatural events in the Bible for which there is archaeological evidence"
Also, senses this debate will be pointless. As a good friend of mine pointed out recently: "How many stupid Atheists do you know?"
Uh, rw... There's the T-SPLOT bill being voted on July 31, 2012. If it passes the Beltline will start building early 2013.
Just went to a Beltline Meeting tonight. East Side Trail Opening is July 15!. Less than 9 short weeks away.
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