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Bullseye Mr. McKern. These yahoos think the United States began in 1776, too. They've forgotten we've a century and half of colonial constitutions, laws, trials, Colonial Supreme Courts, under the British. Those Signers & Founders, many with early colonial ancestry, knew what the New World promised from the lips of their mothers and fathers..
You Mr. McKern know too.
As a single man, whose blood work is less than optimum, I've purchased, Tuesday, an entree, sat with Chef Colleen and talked about food. (talked about food like I've not done for a decade) She has a Grocery List that I looked over as we talked and realized would take me down grocery aisles I've seldom visited. Used it, what fun!
The Scotch Broth is the beginning of, I hope, of a long business/client relationship. I'm no longer eating frozen entrees, processed foods. I've made new food discoveries, and will enjoy prepared meals I've never experienced before.
Dr. Bob Sapolsky wrote that a trait of aging well is: novelty. I can't think of a better practice than new foods.
I've recently given serious thought to aging and health. It appears, having shopped yesterday, I'll spend less than before; after four days, I've not eaten so well in decades.
The right of children to a future outweigh anything involving a gun.
Why I know anything about some ancestor's at all is that they mustered at the local armory and presented their weapons to inspection. Most were fined sometimes throughout their lifetime. Amazing what records survive over three centuries.
You want Original Intent? It's there for you to read and discover on your own. You're not going to like it. They were Regulated Militia.
Maybe we need thicker skin? Something to stop .223 would be nice.
Therefore, the Monarch butter-fly is superfluous to profit.
Mr. Shane Laib, your attendance demonstrates your dedication and respect, or the lack thereof, of the People's business. Please step down before you become an embarrassment. Sometimes life becomes a different plan than what you'd thought.
We know now that the Washington State Constitutional Convention considered super-majority votes—and did purposely not require them.
I suggest the district ask the public to build a great Sciences building. That is the greatest need.
It's time to consider building to a storm-severity measure, ie: no asphalt shingles/ flat roof. (Does the Green Park Library or Sharpstein atrium, or Blue Ridge still leak?) Many schools built with flat rooves were later trussed.
When the second gym was built a bone was tossed (to the non-jocks) to build the lecture hall. It lacked a Green Room, make-up rooms, rest rooms in the back-stage areas from the beginning. It was then over-sold/marketed as a theater/ performing arts building. Some portion of these monies were to fix that 1990s omission.
I'd recommend the district ask the public for a state-of-the-art Sciences building. Technology is advancing so quickly that classroom teaching as we know it may be significantly different. (If I could have tested as fast as I read I'd have finished the history/civics portion of my education by 15)
Show us a great project involving smaller monies and bring it in on budget and on time.
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