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Wow! Good news for a change. Congratulations to the happy couple!
I have to disagree with NORBVR. I think offering a card for this service would fall under the same category as calling a towing company for a wrecked or disabled vehicle.
Yes it is, and I live happily inside the city limits with my chickens who don't bother anyone, but provide my family with fresh, wholesome food that weren't the product of a factory "farm".
“I don’t want my children to grow up next to a farm,” Jesika Munn said.
Ignorance is bliss.
Since lines are already in place, what is the feasibility of purchasing water from Montgomery County?
Build a dormitory on the same plan as a college student lives in and require all House and Senate members to live there at taxpayer expense. Why bring the whole family to DC when we didn't elect mom or dad and the kids. And most of all, if you can't live on the huge salary, then don't run for office in the first place.
In this day and age of technology, stay home and do the country's business via telecommunication. While we're at it, eliminate fundraising and lobbiests and lets get them all honest.
Hey, a person can dream, can't he?
It's common practice for road workers to put in hours at night. It's safer when well lit, less traffic, stores closed, less inconvenience all the way around. Sure they have families, but so do the majority of people who work third shift jobs. I'm sure the money that's earned at night is just as welcome as the dollars that are made in the daytime.
Do the work at night.
Like the saying goes, if God can make it on ten percent then the government should do likewise.
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