Feb 28th 2013 1:47PM Did he not read the HOA before he signed the purchase papers? It's sort of a silly rule but If one person can hang one kind of flag, then anyone else can hang other flags, maybe even the CFA flag. In Alabama many would rather a CFA than a USA flag. I Cannot tell from the story, but "attached to stairs" implies the possibility of safety issues. Even though I disagree with the idea, I have to come down on the side of the legal agreement he signed; I must also agree he should have talked to the association first before messaging it to the places/people he did. P.S. Some of you commentors should really work on removing the word "hate" from your vocabularies.
Feb 11th 2011 10:35AM Prior to sometime around the 1950s, the conventional or "old wives" wisdom was to assure children were exposed, carefully, to common allergens before age three, if possible, and as young as possible if after that age. This included known food items of the time, poison ivy and some other plants, pets of many varieties (think farm animals, also). My grandfather, who was a chemist, an archaeologist, and a ran a plant nursery to his death, grew up on an orchard/truck farm owned by his parents, insisted I be exposed to poison ivy (gently) and I've never had any reaction to that plant, nor have my children, who were exposed about the time they learned to walk. I realize this could be a natural, genetic immunity, however. When I had a reaction to my first shrimp, he also insisted I eat small amounts occasionally until I stopped having reactions. Seafoods, including shrimp, are among my favorite foods now. Sometimes what seems to be advances may be regressions and what seems like new info from research occasionally confirms older observations. To be fair, new research often rids us of some inaccurate old practices and shows us just how many "snake oil" supplements, treatments, etc. are still being sold to us, to the tune of billions of dollars, each year.
Jan 25th 2011 9:42AM Too many typos, etc., in this article to be considered a professional piece of reporting. While not a huge number of errors, it still seems too many for the major distribution it receives, in my opinion. I suppose proofreaders have disappeared from journalism, probably sacrificed on the altar of greed. Spell checkers are not proofreaders.
This article/writer is not alone; seems more and more journalists, bloggers, web writers, etc., in general, probably just don't care.
To Alaimo above: Her attire seems appropriate to me for a working vintner, entirely overdressed for one with her business acumen (read: lack of) and no business plan, terribly under dressed for someone of her aspirations.
Jan 23rd 2011 1:06AM Maybe I'm just confused, but doesn't Elton John's "Daniel" belong on this list?
Nov 20th 2010 8:45PM It would be interesting to see if top management in Corporate U.S. circles have failed to increase or the unlikely possibility they have decreased. I am reasonably certain the salaries of U.S. Congressman (Senators and Representatives), elected/appointed officials, agency heads and other upper level bureaucrats have not decreased but may not have increased, either, although I am not so sure of that.
Nov 16th 2010 10:06AM Scientology clearly seems to be "cultish", but cultism appears to be very popular today. The one with the tea bag string around the elephant's trunk with leaders like the polar bear mama who can see Russia from her house seems to be in great demand. They both fit in similar molds: silly, unkind, and definitely irrational. But those are only my opinions and they are all entitled to theirs, whether they believe I'm entitled to mine or not! Cults rarely allow for any path but their own.
Oct 30th 2010 6:50PM A HUGH Who fan?
Oct 16th 2010 12:10AM You have it correct. The head scratchers are clueless!
Sep 16th 2010 11:12AM Dear "B",
It clearly said her prescriptions not just her birth control. Of course it was my birth control, also. Equally, they were NOT my prescriptions
Sep 16th 2010 6:41AM Our insurance always covered my wife's birth control prescriptions. I think it covered my Viagra only one year and that was only because it was on the Medicare Part D formulary that year.
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