Shame that real winners of the contest didn't actually get to play the giant cowbell in Pittsburgh or get free tickets to the show.
Love this episode. I'm already looking forward to visit. :)
Totally cool! I love the kaleidoscope of sounds that Troxum brings to his music!
This is awesome! ;3
Love, love, love.
I love Troxum!
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Was wonderful. Was there today for lunch. Pizza and cupcakes were awesome.
There seems to be a lot more at stake for the person having all the closed negotiations. It's interesting that Mr Fitzgerald is the one person who can benefit the most from any drilling activity in Allegheny county since many of his personal companies can profit a great deal. He is in the water purification business and also has worked with chemical companies. Does this sound fishy to anyone else....well it seems like those council members that abstained for "Conflicts of interest" did so because some of them have good reasons. The person who should be abstaining from these negations is the one and only who will personally profit the most! Sounds like a conflict of interest to me. One person gets rich, and the rest of us pay for it with our health, environment and safety at risk. Not to mention loss of property values. Mortgage companies and insurance companies are now not granting either near drilling activities because of the risk associated with properties close to drilling activities. If that's not enough information for you just go some research of your own. It's a bad deal for everyone but the toxic industry and a very few individuals!
I forgot to mention I grew up in New Kensington, out side of Pittsburgh.
Hello George: Your comment about style caught my eye. In the past I have been in many writers groups. All have had, what I see as not creative critique, beyond, what i feel, is helpful to the writer. Like you I feel we have a style, unless we let someone change that through some all-knowing advice. I am starting a writers group for short fiction writers. I have sat through some terribly long readings that said nothing.
I love writing fiction, although I also write from my life, which has been a long series of adventures. When I tell one of my true tales, people always tell me i should write about them.(I am, but I enjoy fiction. I have many posted on my site at bogwig.com)
I just published an illustrated children's Christmas story from a play I wrote in 1976. I would like to send you a copy. Contact me with a mailing address. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seeing as how the state of Pennsylvania doesn't view young adults as independent until they reach the age of 23, have a child, enter the military, or seek legal emancipation why couldn't the bill protect people until the age of 23? Once someone turns 18 they shouldn't loose the protection this bill seeks to offer. If anything once a person turns 18 they may see an uptick in such behavior as they're seen as being "legal" and therefore an even wider net of pervs might begin to target them.
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Hirtle is correct. It's better to endure more Christian ads than for atheists to remain invisible.
I believe there are other alternative ways to put qualified teachers in to the classroom. What about the teachers who have their Private Academic Certificate and did not receive their full certification. Most of these teachers already have their degrees and a masters degree. Many of them did not pass the tests in PA. I believe anyone can teach their content area if they went to a four year university to become a teacher. I want to know if the teachers can make in the classroom enviroment everyday. We need to get a way from all this testing from teachers down to the students in the classroom. We are losing a lot of good qualified teachers in the city and in other states due to all the testing the students need to do to become a teacher. Alternative way could be performance based testing and continue the student teaching evaluation. There are a lot of teachers that passed the tests, but they leave the profession after 3-5 years because of the classroom enviroment. I rather have a teacher that puts in hard work everyday and who cares about the children.
Mike Mills is a buddy of mine, but here's my attempt at an objective review; Eat and Drink at Butcher and the Rye. We'd eat there more, but they don't deliver to Brooklyn.
I thought the show was a lot better than the review and the last comment allude to. The last guy either lives under a rock, or refuses to believe that his donkey kong utopia no longer exists. People no longer play with Stretch Armstrong and pretend their parents don't have sex. Don't come to the show with that mentality. Open your eyes to someone elses reality, and take it for what it's worth. The show was excellent, the actors completely committed, and the set wonderfully designed.
Just curious,what do you think you will lose joining the union? I am a proud Unite Here Local 57 member... I have rights as a union member, good pay, wonderful health insurance!!! People have fought long and hard for our contract!!! Unionizing the casino would make a big difference for the better!!!
Some guy with a stick up his ass who can't get past semantics. Could you ask for a better endorsement? I'm even more excited to see this Sunday!
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