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  1. 2 days ago on Heart of the City

    …meteorologists are not news announcers, or TV anchors…and she wants to be a news anchor…

  2. 2 days ago on Cul de Sac

    Day care centers were part of human society as soon as societies began to congregate in groups.

    If you are talking about this past century, as in 1920’s and later, then there were day care centres in villages and towns also. My mother who is 100 years old went to a day care center before she started elementary school. My brother and I also went to a day care center and we were born in the 1950’s.

  3. 3 days ago on Baby Blues

    Looks like you don’t your history, definitions, or even how to follow a discussion.

    So what’s your point?

    Automatic or semi—-it doesn’t make a difference to the casualties and the survivors when they are in the line of fire and getting killed or injured, they are saying: “Oh, he’s using a semi, then that’s fine because it’s legal…”

  4. 3 days ago on The Boondocks

    U da man Riley(!!!)

    Covering the bases, just in case…

  5. 3 days ago on The Boondocks

    If one understands the computer business, as the big companies do, the programming updates are done constantly.

    As I said, the banks were ahead of the game as far back as 1975, but it had to be done even sooner than 1975, because those programs already then had to have their interest tables up to date to 2000 and forward, for mortgages that were due in 2000.

    So an emphatic no there was no such thing as an instant calamity when the clocks struck midnight on December 31, 1999.

  6. 4 days ago on The Boondocks

    Well, midnight came to Australia way before it happened in New York…and the world didn’t end…

  7. 4 days ago on The Boondocks

    Our business was in computers also, (we are happily retired now), and we kept saying to our clients not to worry, but they didn’t believe us. I just don’t know about people falling for that scare.

  8. 4 days ago on Baby Blues

    Resorting to using “straw man argument”…

    You should learn history before you reply with so-called facts.

    So what’s your point?

    Automatic or semi—-it doesn’t make a difference to the casualties and the survivors.

    No matter what, for all intents and purposes, nowadays more people are killed because the killers use an automatic gun…

  9. 4 days ago on The Boondocks

    Y2K “calamity” was a hoax and many men, yes men, who are con artists, made enough money for their doomsday predictions to tide them over until the next dreamed up calamity.

    My nephew was all up in arms about it, and that’s when he became a “survivor”.

    When I found out, I asked him: “You have a mortgage, when is it up?”

    He replied: “2003.”

    So I said: “Well? Don’t you see that the bank has it already figured out?”

    “Oh,” he grumbled.

    But that didn’t convice him, because he fell for that boogaboo about all the power grids failing. Well, we know what happened. And all those hucksters did a lot of backtracking and how all the powers-that-be were the ones spreading the fear, and they were just making those fears public. As if…

    As for the nephew and his his family, he’s still a “surivor” and he is a perfect example of a person who falls for every conspiracy that’s out there. He’s proud of describing how he’ll survive in spite of all.

  10. 6 days ago on Baby Blues

    History speaks for itself, if you bothered to learn it, that is.