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« snowbird wrote on Thursday, Apr 22 at 04:37 PM »
If negative ventilation is good enough
for operating rooms in hospitals, why isn't it good enough for the hospitality industry??
« taxidriver wrote on Thursday, Apr 22 at 12:50 PM »
Sorry typo's on BRUCE
« taxidriver wrote on Thursday, Apr 22 at 12:39 PM »
Giuliani would convey what? #1 his first wife was his first cousin, #2 Guiliani also was the leader of a police protest in which 300 to 500 off duty drunkin officers went on a rampage through City Hall,and one of those protesters wrote on the walls of city hall, that " mayor Dinkins was nothing but a washroom attendent" all while the first black mayor of NYC was in south africa celebrating the release of Nelson Mandela from prison. this information is public record. Guiliani never attended a townhall meeting in the black community as mayor of NYC,He should get credit for cleaning up a crime ridden NYC and for downsizing city government and make it more effective, a 911 guiliani was just grandstanding for the world media and the world viewers took it hook line and sinker.Why can't AU get some positive speakers like Dick Gregory, or Bruse Kovner now this Billionair was once a nyc cabdriver he is now the world #146 billionair. now that fellow can inspire some one to achieve.Footnote I Have Been to Mr Kovner's home and had apples from his orchards.
« rollingstone42 wrote on Thursday, Apr 22 at 12:31 PM »
insomnias greek food sucks, it will be nice to have a greek restaurant to eat at that actually knows how to cook greek food!!!
« genebb wrote on Thursday, Apr 22 at 12:01 PM »
There are absolutely no scientific studies showing any degree of decency in Canadian spammers who invade Alabama and hijack its message boards to push their ventilation systems.
« thispaperneedshelp wrote on Thursday, Apr 22 at 11:02 AM »
What about the stupid "readership survey" that keeps popping up when I visit this site, do you feel the same way about it?
« snowbird wrote on Thursday, Apr 22 at 09:30 AM »
There are absolutely no scientific studies showing any degree of long term
harm from exposure to the levels of smoke one would normally encounter in a
decently ventilated modern bar or restaurant environment."
As noted by Michael J. McFadden,The Author of "Dissecting Antismokers'
Thunder Bay, Ont.
Ph. 807 3457258
« tonyhawkfoundation wrote on Wednesday, Apr 21 at 05:39 PM »
Thousands of communities across the country have realized the social benefits of creating a safe, sanctioned place for their youth to skate. With more than 9-million skateboarders nationwide, it's no longer reasonable to continue to create new facilities for traditional sports that already have fields/courts/tracks, and which are actually practiced by fewer people than skateboarding is, and ignore the need for safe, sanctioned places to skate.
In this day and age, more and more youth are choosing individual sports like skateboarding, and communities need to recognize this shift and adapt to it. Telling young skaters that yes, they can build a skatepark, but that they must raise the money themselves is unreasonable. Baseball, soccer, and football players didn't have to build their stadiums.
There are Federal TARP funds available for recreation infrastructure, as well as community block grants. The Tony Hawk Foundation also provides some funds for skatepark construction to qualified communities (www.tonyhawkfoundation.org). The skatepark just needs to be a community priority--the youth and their current needs have to be a community priority.
Yes, the skaters can help plan the skatepark, design the skatepark, and even help fundraise for the skatepark. But to hide behind the myth of liability or lack of funding is to miss the point. If it's important to the community, it can be done. At least it was in 3,000 other towns across the country. Even in this economy.
« thenewme wrote on Tuesday, Apr 20 at 12:02 PM »
Dear Ms. Phillips,
Your article is blindingly misinformed and dangerously ignorant. Shame on you and your editor! I'll leave it to others to point out your blatant errors in other areas, but breast cancer PREVENTABLE??? Do tell! As a breast cancer survivor, diagnosed at 39 years old with a very aggressive type of breast cancer, I'd love to be able to tell my 3 young children that it's preventable! Yes, I'm angry, and you owe your readers a sincere apology and a factually correct version of this "article." Again, shame on you!!
« tiger22 wrote on Tuesday, Apr 20 at 11:33 AM »
Wasn't that when Newton was visiting the campus?? I heard he really likes laptops, so much so he can't get enough. About the right size and build?
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