paco1234 17 minutes ago on Letter - Pascal’s wager

Senator Maccain was rescued from a secured death by drowning by a bunch of Mahayana Buddhist. He was very fortunate, indeed!

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paco1234 5 days, 4 hours ago on Letter - Real names should be used on U-B website posts

What a relief, Pearl. I'm so glad that my investments in Cayman Islands, The Bahamas, and my deposits in Switzerland (Banks) are not online due to being "protected" by USA laws! About my letters/ postings to the editor, I just keep them anonymous, under paco1234.

Carlos F Acevedo MD

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paco1234 5 days, 4 hours ago on Letter - Sign initiative on campaign finance amendment

The Supreme Court, and the conservative establishment, has always voted for "plutocracy" (government by the wealthy) and such loaded government is OK with them; as opposed to voting for government by the people and for the people!

The general public must be heard! Please sign Initiative 1329!

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paco1234 5 days, 4 hours ago on Letter - Decision not to prosecute isn’t justice

Mr. Herrera, did you read what dogman12 is suggesting? Let's do something meaningful sooner rather than later!!

Under such circumstances as presented by dogman12, the taste of beer is rather bitter!

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paco1234 5 days, 12 hours ago on Letter - Decision not to prosecute isn’t justice

Walla Walla might be creating a case for "prosecutorial laziness and indifference", not a good reputation at this time in its history. As Mr. Herrera is hinting at the possibility of justice indifference towards members of the Hispanic community, some comments of reassurance to the contrary by the Prosecuting Attorney's office is in order.

I personally believe that this is hopefully not the case, the case of prosecutorial indifference, indeed. As we say in Puerto Rico "I decidedly don't believe in the Devil, but I will lit a candle...just in case".

Carlos F Acevedo MD

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paco1234 5 days, 12 hours ago on Campaign targets distracted driving

One important aspect of unsafe driving is the presence of sleep deprivation. Young and healthy, these kids exhaust themselves with long hours studying, sometimes partying good and heavy, as many of us did. Subjectively they feel they can drive, but after their first nodding off from real tiredness, it might be too late! Obviously these circumstances apply to adults as well. The older you are, the more serious it gets!

Parents, students and teachers awareness about causes of sleep deprivation is a must. It is, actually good preventive medicine.

Carlos F Acevedo MD

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paco1234 5 days, 20 hours ago on Punch lines about ACA may be changing

Thanks for being fair...and balance. No one with a pre existing condition will be denied humane health insurance, ever! There will be no cap on the amount of insurance provided. The ACA preventive medicine program is amazing. The healthier our population gets, the more money we all save. All children are now covered at perpetuity

Who on earth could possibly be against these, incredibly benevolent human rights for all Americans!

Carlos F Acevedo MD

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paco1234 1 week ago on Letter - Today’s children will decide your nursing home

Remember, Charlie, I voted "yes"...Either you put me on a good nursing home or you're off the will. Now, there...

Grandpa--Charlie said--it cost me half a million dollars to graduate from college.

Alright--grandpa remarked---lets pay it off. I'm moving to Chiwawa!

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paco1234 1 week ago on Local crackdown on booze thefts is positive step

All ideas as to how to stop liquor thefts,usually kids in their teens, are valid and appropriate. Please do not "stand your ground" and shoot one of this kids in the back, while running away with a quart of vodka. There are no excuses such as a "shiny" bottle of liquor looking like a gun that "threatened" the life of "a good guy with a gun", therefore entitle to killing the "thief" for a mere misdemeanor.

Walla Walla might not be the best place to get reasonable justice for such an eventuality.

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