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in Legalization Walk to be Hosted on Saturday
Nice well thought out reply there Jeff L.
in Mass Shootings are A Cultural Problem We Created
Children get killed all the time by cars. Teenagers drive and also manage to obtain alcohol.
Should we do away with cars and alcohol?
Why is it we protect our banks, jewelry stores, and movie stars better than our children?
Why is it that were are willing to spend money busing kids halfway across the state to play football but not to
These kids on TV demanding the government to do more gun control should be asking: why has government the
failed to protect them?
Which is really more important, a half dozen assistant football coaches or 1 armed police officer at every school?
Maybe if children grew up with daily interaction with a police officer they knew was there to protect them,
we would not have the problem of so many officers being killed on the job.
We can debate why we think these kind of things happen, the real question is why we allow our children to be easy
targets instead of protecting them?
checked the schedule and i just can't make it
The old timers like cowboys and indians used to call it loco weed. When the cows would eat it, they would start acting wierd and moo in strange ways.
in Operation “ICE STORM” Nets 23 Drug Arrests
Tom Green county needs to follow Hamilton county credo. Drain the swamp TGC!!
the person at their keyboard doing nothing with their time but trolling the internet and complaining.
"Violent video games didn’t exist three decades ago."
in Panda Express Reopens; Water Leak Causes Closure
Panda Express was one of my favorite fast food Chinese places while we lived in California.
I craved it alot when pregnant with my 2nd child. I love the terriyaki chicken & veggies. I'm so happy that it's finally here in San Angelo. I've seen it in the El Paso area but that's all as far as I know as the nearest one. Now if only a Peter Pipers Pizza came here then things would be just about perfect. Build on Knickerbocker or South Bryant too much is on Sherwood Way now.
in Where Are San Angelo’s Most Flood Prone Streets?
I think that is the one that has the flood sign that shows how high the water level is. Also, apparently they have installed a warning sign that flashes red to turn around. The funny thing was, I saw a car turning around in the middle of the deepest part. I was wondering why they didn't keep on going.
They made it out fine. When, I turned left before I got there, I looked down the alley way and it literally looked like a flowing river.
So, I vote for that. Red Arroyo is a natural arroyo and I understand everything they put in the new walking park can withstand being underwater and still be fine. The only thing I could think of for channeling the water on Red Arroyo is to design something that makes the water run underneath college hills street, and southwest. I saw some engineering designs in another state that channeled water and had a big reservoir that would fill up in flood conditions.
Believe me, it is possible for engineers to do almost anything. Japan had built a huge underground reservoir which is a marvel of science to keep from flooding.
Avenue P isn't bad because it keeps flowing and doesn't flood the houses. It runs off quick. So, I don't know what you could do anything different there.
Maybe a study.
in Column: New District is a Nightmare for Every Central Sport, but Gives Golden Opportunity to Bobcat Football
nightmare. That is the only thing anybody should be looking at. They are students first and foremost, and requiring them to make at least 5 trips every season to the DFW area is complete nonsense. The people at UIL who did this should be ashamed, and their assertion that this reduces travel for all the schools involved is just completely false. It in fact increases the travel by over 1,000 miles per sport for the schools in District 2-6A and District 3-6A combined with half of that total being incurred by San Angelo Central students. The only way it doesn't is if you do something stupid (we are talking about UIL here, so...) like putting Central back in District 2-6A then moving a school from District 4-6A to District 3-6A to drive to/from Abilene. Even then depending on the exact school you choose the mileage is roughly the same, but at least one school isn't absorbing half the increase all by itself.
Then there is the matter of what effect this will have on the number of students participating in athletics/band/cheerleading/etc. I somehow doubt that participation will be as high when you are replacing 4 easy less than 2 hour trips to Midland/Odessa with 4 nightmarish excursions of 5 hours each way to the metroplex. Even if the student/athlete still wants to do it, not every parent can commit to running over to the school to get their kid at 3:00 a.m when they have to work the next day, so pretty much a given that participation is going to suffer.
Assuming that this is going to be good for football based on past records is kind of dumb. Kids and coaches move on, and that team that was great last year all of a sudden can't fight it's way out of a wet paper sack, while some team you never took seriously before is all of a sudden a force to be reckoned with. Anyway since Sam thinks this is so great I'll look forward to him giving me rides the next 2 years to all the football games up there. I've only missed 1 since my son Sam started playing when he was 4 years old and I don't plan on starting now, but that's a lot of miles on the car and cursing at idiots in the metroplex who can't drive for shit. Don't forget dodging rut crazed deer towards the end of the season.
in Ex-Wife of Sweetwater Attorney Recants Forgery Tale
"This ain't over yet." ? Uh, yeah, it's over. John Young has been denied a new trial, period. Some he-said/she-said gossip isn't going to change anything. Get over it, Yantis. The greedy thieves were caught and convicted. Justice prevailed, accept it and move on to your real expertise...traffic reports.
all around in this case. They come in both sexes. Grinding your axe much?
Some people obviously have too much time on their hands. Get out and do something for the community that is positive rather than promoting getting stoned. Your little slogan on your FB page : "We use cannabis and don`t give a damn what anyone thinks" says it all. Pull your head out of your entrails and look at doing something less selfish...
Southwest Blvd doesn’t cross the Red Arroyo although it parallels it were it interects Sherwood Way. I think you mean Southwest Blvd just south of Loop 306.
in Former Mayor Alvin New Appointed by Governor Abbott to Texas Transportation Commission
I'm sure old Alvin didn't buy his way into the new appointed office. Just getting payback for all his 'political contributions'! Hope he's is better at this than he was as Mayor. Good ole boy Darby, helping out his friend.
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