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I am frankly amazed.......when I initially read this article and saw the $300k bail; my first thought was "Finally, for once; Judge Wolfram has made a rational decision behind the bench". Unfortunately, this simply is not the case with this change of mind regarding the bail. These gun toting cowards in no way deserve bail of kind.
It is fortunate none of the victims died. The way criminals are coddled in Walla Walla County only gives a nod of approval that little punishment is in store for them when caught. It is business as usual for most gang-bangers.
I am still reeling from the local decision that gave the Blue Mountain Mall pre-meditated slashing a break in sentencing, after she slit her victims throat in cold blood until she died. She also had intentions to scalp the poor girl. What a barbaric and painful way to die? She in no way deserved a break. the victims are never given consideration and their lives are treated as worthless by local judges.
I pray for the cyclists safety since the drivers in town totally disregard the safety of anyone else , be it two-wheelers or pedestrians - and the police turn a blind eye. I hope nobody gets killed. However this does not include the joggers that run two abreast down the middle of the road on Bryant Street early every morning. They have no idea just how invisible they are in the dark of morning and seem to have a death wish.
Yes.....the Obama / Geithner depression!
OK so let me get this straight.....this rather large mural is perfectly fine within the city of Walla Walla? Yet the downtown Octopus was not?
I surely agree with you my man!
I am really amazed that more pedestrians and bicyclists do not get hit and killed in Wall Walla. The intersection of Wilbur and Pleasant has had numerous accidents – there needs to be a STOP LIGHT there! The section of Wilbur Avenue from Alder to Bryant has a speed limit of 25 MPH. Cars travel this stretch of road night and day at an average speed of 40 – 80 MPH. Nobody is ever going 25! I have pleaded with law enforcement to patrol and issue citations in this area – they will not. They could write tickets all day long and put money in their coffers than they would know what to do with. Mark my words – there are many children and pets in this area and someone will end up dying – not to mention the poor individual who may be attempting to back out of a driveway when these cars come racing down the street. I do not understand…at one time you were expected to abide by the speed limit in town – NOW anything goes. There is not a police officer in sight anywhere?
Why on earth would Judge Wolfram vacate the current default order when plainly Gilbert's lawyer failed to respond? No second chances for most folks....this is incredible....he is playing the court system like a fiddle too!
I am so glad I did not purchase my new Honda from this company back in August. I wanted to shop local but even at that time something looked very wrong with the dealership, when I drove by. to see what my options were No Hondas on the lot, and every other type of used vehicle you can imagine. I made the right decision by going out-of-town with a company I know will be in business for a long time to come.
What the city manager wants the city manager gets...it seems....be it octopus, his own outrageous salary raise, or any other tax payer funds! Incredible!
Well said - I appreciate the Freddie Mercury analogy!
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