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« PatriotPaul wrote on Friday, Jul 30 at 05:19 AM »
Congratulations to Alabama for being so progressive in this area. This is truly an act of pro-life for the children of this State. As an aside, I think it's imperative that parents plan for a week's worth of provisions for all their family members including pets. Too often 72 hours worth is what is suggested but as we learned during Katrina that was simply not enough.
Also include things such as books and toys for your kids to help them feel more at ease during a disaster.
Author, "Diary From the Dome, Reflections on Fear and Privilege During Katrina"
« Luanna.P. wrote on Wednesday, Jul 28 at 02:41 PM »
It's really quite sad what's happened to this newspaper. Online only during the summer? When was the last time the Plainsman didn't print? And the atrocious copy editing and story quality. I understand new staff transitions, but come on.
Let's hope the editor in the fall can step the game up, because this paper is circling the drain and has been for the last year.
« carpept wrote on Wednesday, Jul 28 at 11:14 AM »
Pedestrians in Auburn - and a lot of the drivers, too - don't really get the whole "crosswalk" thing. I won't say any more than that except I imagine 9/10 students either don't know or don't care about proper protocol for sharing the roads. If the city ticketed every pedestrian who didn't observe proper protocol, they could probably fix the problem by turning all the crosswalks in the city into pedestrian overpasses made of solid gold.
« carpept wrote on Wednesday, Jul 28 at 10:59 AM »
Yeah, I hope that this gets back to your manager and you lose your job. Give me a break. In the future, I'll make sure to demand refunds on ordered pizza if it arrives cold, poorly made, etc. There's plenty of other work to be found in Auburn if you don't like delivering pizzas.
« augrad wrote on Monday, Jul 19 at 11:56 AM »
Nice job--good article. A perspective on AU football I hadn't seen before.
« seldomrest2 wrote on Sunday, Jul 18 at 05:07 PM »
that would be a summer training regimen. a regiment refers to the size of a military unit.
« RussellT wrote on Friday, Jul 16 at 11:25 PM »
A follow-up article on training courses offered by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation (http://www.msf-usa.org/) would be nice.
What I learned in the course has saved my life several times in the last ten years.
« Bushmaster556 wrote on Tuesday, Jul 13 at 06:42 PM »
Challenges such as properly crossing a street? Perhaps too much since most students, foreign and domestic, seem to have trouble with the concept.
« RussellT wrote on Saturday, Jul 10 at 11:20 PM »
Have you people even heard the term "viral marketing?" Sheesh!
« Bushmaster556 wrote on Friday, Jul 09 at 04:48 PM »
Good luck with that, Doc. She probably thought you were in the wrong just because you interrupted her phone call. You know her mommy and daddy would have been down here all over you too. I am glad you didn't hit her, but if you did it might have knocked some sense into her.
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