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in Taste of San Angelo’s Water Expected To Improve This Fall
Now when I have to relieve my self at night no need for night light(:
in Speedboat Capsizes on Lake Nasworthy
I have seen my share of capsized boats but this one sounds a little FISHY(: Slowed down to fast and boat nosed into water? Never head that one before. Was his 800lb girl friend sitting up front? WTH? Good luck with that sob test. Lots of people with PWC out there that don't have a clue.
in Libertarian Candidate for Texas Governor Kathie Glass Stumps in San Angelo
It's time to vote for third party candidates. Both Republicans and Democrats are beholden to wealthy special interests rather than the average taxpayer citizen in this country. I'll vote for either a Libertarian or Green Party candidate before either one of the hypocrite candidates of the two major parties. If one wants any positive changes for this country stop voting with the lemmings.
in Del Rio Border Patrol Nabs Sex Offenders
Well, there goes three more from the Democratic electoral base in 2016.
You got my vote Ms Glass. It's past time we go back to "government of the people, by the people, for the people" instead of what it is now...government of the wealthy, by the wealthy, for the wealthy. The wealthy don't know about having to decide to buy medications or food, how much a gallon of milk costs or how much hard earned income goes to to pay for gasoline. The wealthy only bring up those issues when they are after votes for re-election so they can continue to screw over the working class (formally the middle class).
in Vehicle Fire Driver Maintains Comedic Disposition During Arrest
For the most part they are. I know there are some not so smart but you have that in any working people. In my dealings with Roughnecks I have always had positive results.
Kathie Glass doesn't stand a chance of winning the governor's seat, but at least she can enjoy the experience of the campaign.
in TxDOT Seeks Public's Input at Monday Meeting
I'd be happy if they'd use the right materials the first time, so they'd quit wasting money on the whole 'seal-coating' boondoggle every few years. That would solve your noise problem. Adding a layer of loose gravel to a sticky coat of thinned out tar during the hottest time of the year is a huge waste of money and effort, since the tar never actually cools and sets up. The 'ruts' of traffic are back within a few days (usually before the stripes go back down), everybody's cars have a new layer of seal coat of their own, and it just goes downhill from there. But I guess keeping the good ol' boy network alive is more important, since TXDOT contracts pretty much all of the city's roads.
Everything tastes better when it glows in the dark. LOL
Still better than drinking dirt, though.
The guy selling it on Craig s list just bought it and then says he really has no need for it after driving it back to town? Hmmm! Really great that Mr. Bell acted so calmly when things turned so rotten for him. He sounds like some one that thinks straight in a crisis, not a bad trait to have. I'm sure the SAPD really do appreciate this type of reaction by someone who knows they are going to be arrested for outstanding warrants. No car chase, no running, hitting, struggling, biting, or scratching; just "it is what it is". So maybe the "roughnecks" are getting a bad wrap.
A continuous weak immigration policy by Washington is what allows this problem to persist on the border. Now we have children making their way into the U.S. because they have been given assumed amnesty from being sent back to Mexico by the current administration in D.C. For sex offenders, the border becomes a breeding ground for them to continue their attacks on women and children. If we were only concerned as much with securing the U.S./Mexico border as we are with Iraq, things could maybe improve. It will take a politician who is in politics to make a difference instead of being a politician as a chosen career path before things will get done with immigration.
All deportations of convicted criminals will have a drop off point of Isla Maria Cleofas, Mexico. Since there is no landing strip you should be able to swim because you will be safely dropped into the ocean offshore. The island is uninhabited as of yet so help yourself, literally. It is 62 miles to the coast of Mexico. In the event you would ever show up in the US again the next drop off will be further off shore with no land in sight.
TXDOT should use different paving material, Roads are too noisy in many places. It appears that different counties have different standards as road noise appears and disappears when crossing many county lines
Not only will the water taste change - electric bills will be reduced! With the new improved radio active water, you can use a few glass fulls around the house for lighting.
Yeah yeah - the devil made me say it.
in DPS Releases Preliminary Report on Two-Fatality Crash on U.S. 67 Near Mertzon
I don't know the living situation of these people, but after reading a few more posts from Nina and Annette, they bring in another variable - enabling. I don't feel it is the parent's fault these idiots decided to race on a busy and dangerous road, but by parents giving their children free room and board, either at home or in the shed in the back yard, the parents are at least guilty of being bad parents, so I guess parents do share some blame of what their children grow up like. However regardless of where the degenerates lived, it was their idea to race one last time, the parents didn't force them to race!
Incidentally, parents are always getting a bad rap. The parents that are unfortunate to have a kid, such as this Wadsworth cat, and finally throw him out at age 16 because he will no longer comply then get blamed when the 'still underage' kid gets himself in trouble. The first thing you hear is "where are the parents"? just how much crap should parents take from a child who will no longer comply with any of the parent's rules? So, is the parent who gets rid of a non-compliant child at 16 just as bad as the parent who enables his kid to live rent free in the basement? If parents do a horrible job of raising a child, how long after should the parent continue to be blamed for the kid's bad behavior? The issue is not black and white.
As for blame, there is plenty to go around. One can blame the parent, one can blame the child (which usually is the correct person to blame), one can blame the school system or the legal system. But at the end of the day, values and appropriate behavior begin at home and if a parent doesn't do a good job of instilling proper enough virtues to allow the child to withstand the temptation of a careless society, then we lose them to that society.
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