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andy fischer April 20, 2014 at 11:05 PM
PhDs can't even agree on this. How is Joe Blow (who watches TV 20 hours a week) and his wife BimboRead MoreB etty (who's on Facebook 30 hours a week) going to have a reasonable opinion?
andy fischer April 14, 2014 at 04:27 PM
Solar is nice if you're willing to wait 17 years to get your first penny back because that's theRead Morebre akeven point - and it's a lot longer if you have a tile roof.
Jack Leonard April 08, 2014 at 09:44 AM
SEE YOU Saturday, April 19th - RSM Library parking lot as we "paint" Town areas withRead MorePURPL E RIBBONS ! FUN TIME, great munchies... WORTHWHILE CAUSE, the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life pre-event. Mark your calendars for May 3rd and 4th when Relay for Life - RSM will be at Central Park!
andy fischer April 05, 2014 at 10:05 AM
How many hours of research did you put into this post?
Karen April 05, 2014 at 05:44 PM
Well there are so many people, like myself, who recycle the shopping bags into plarn and makeRead Moresleepi ng mats for the homeless. Saddens me to think they might disappear since the make comfortable and water proof bedding for people who have very little.
andy fischer March 27, 2014 at 10:14 AM
What's the real reason these kids went on this "mission"?
Brad McGirr March 27, 2014 at 06:55 PM
Andy, the "real" reason these young people went to the Navajo Nation was to help otherRead Morewho were in need. There's no mystery to it; just the desire to help others. My son was part of this group and I could not be prouder of him.
andy fischer March 31, 2014 at 09:36 AM
Make sure you pick up all the ugly, unauthorized campaign signs.
Shannon Widor March 31, 2014 at 01:05 PM
We in RSM have constantly seen teens assembling at the Central Park amphitheater and city hallRead Morewater fountain area to perform skateboarding tricks. Yes, our youth need a place to play. But, not only are RSM taxpayers waiting to be hit a lawsuit when (not if) a teen gets hurt on the property and sues the City, these teens constanty leave their fast food trash on the ground. Every time I'm in Central Park, I pick up fast food bags, cups and other trash left on the ground after the skaterboarders leave. City officials, please be proactive and address this.
Penny Arévalo (Editor) March 28, 2014 at 03:41 PM
I hope you find him! Feel free to upload a photo. Just look for the green drop-down menu arrow toRead Moreth e right of the headline. Click edit. Then click the camera icon below the text field to upload a photo. Best wishes!
Mission Viejo Mom April 08, 2014 at 04:40 PM
I really hope you find your kitty AND that if you do, you Keep Him Inside! Coyotes, other WildRead MoreAnim als and Vehicles are everywhere. It just not safe for them to be outside. Please everyone, keep your cats inside for their safety. How many "lost cat' signs have you seen and we all know what that probably means. So sad. Spay & Neuter as well.
Gail Nichols March 30, 2014 at 06:34 PM
Andy, I'm not sure what you are referring to with this comment. Please feel free to contact meRead Morewith any of your thoughts.
andy fischer March 30, 2014 at 09:12 PM
I was referring to Jessie's bio on this page: http://www.collegeright.com/about/
Gail Nichols March 30, 2014 at 09:45 PM
My apologies for not including the location: RSM Public Library.
andy fischer April 19, 2014 at 10:13 AM
One private school (Chaminade) must have out recruited another private school (SMCHS). [Here kid,Read Morehe re's a free ride to our private high school; we'd appreciate you putting the "ball in the hole" for us. Don't worry about grades, we'll "take care" of those for you.]
Jack Durish April 19, 2014 at 10:51 AM
Candidate Raths is correct to focus on mission. Much of the waste in the Pentagon is directlyRead Moreattrib utable to the fact that they don't seem to have a cohesive mission. The President wallows from one misbegotten enterprise to another and the military wastes millions, maybe billions trying to adapt. Weapon systems are developed as though someone is preparing for a high tech version of WWII, while terrorists cross our borders with impunity hidden among nascent Democratic voters arriving without legal authorization. If you don't believe me, just take a drive along our border with Mexico and see the signs that the Administration has erected warning you away. It seems that our government has decided that surrendering sovereign territory to drug lords and terrorists, and erecting signs is far cheaper than defending America.
andy fischer April 19, 2014 at 11:55 AM
Jack, you know, I think you are correct, My hairdresser told me the exact same thing. And one rinky Read Moredink congressman from South OC is going to be able make a big impact to changing things. Let's be realistic, What the pentagon or president or federal government does is 99.999% out of our hands. Your kitchen top can opener breaking has 69 times more impact on your life than a congressional or presidential election. Life is too short to waste your brain's clock cycles on essentially irrelevant "issues". Anonymous posters commenting on the workings of the pentagon and the federal "machine" is like anonymous posters commenting on the workings of a neurosurgeon. If you think you know what's best for the federal government, then you don't know what's best for the federal government.
Gregory Raths April 20, 2014 at 10:41 PM
Can “one rinky dink congressman from South OC... make a big impact”? Read CharlieRead MoreWilson 's War by George Crile and then ask me that question. You may also watch the film version starring Tom Hanks, but you'll miss a lot of the key answers to your question. Charlie Wilson, a member of Congress representing a district in Texas, felt that the United States should help the people of Afghanistan repel the Soviets who invaded their country in 1979. Despite indifference in Congress, a doubtful President, and the active push back from the State Department and the CIA, Charlie pressed forward. With the aid of a CIA agent, Charlie secured funding and weapons for the insurgents known as the Mujaheddin. When he equipped them with shoulder-fired Stinger antiaircraft missiles, they were able to drive the Soviets away. That's what one rinky dink Congressman from Texas was able to accomplish. Why couldn't I have a similar impact on the Pentagon where our national treasure is being wasted on weapons systems that our warriors don't want or need while our soldiers, sailors, and airmen are going without proper training and suffering cuts in pay and benefits? Don't get me wrong. There's a lot more for a member of Congress to do than flush out the problems in the Pentagon. Members of Congress are ombudsmen for their constituents. If you ever have a problem with a bureaucracy, you'll be able to count on me to go to bat for you if I'm elected. I'll also help other members of Congress with their projects. Every person elected to Congress arrives with talents and background that incline them to focus on their special interests. Healthcare professionals in Congress will necessarily be focused on the unique problems of that industry. Business people will have special knowledge that will be useful in solving problems with the economy and jobs. Unfortunately, politics have gotten in the way in recent years and members of Congress have been legislating their ideology rather than the interests of their constituents. Even more egregious, they've been working for their political allies while allowing the Administration to use its bureaus and agencies to attack political adversaries. They can't seem to comprehend that a political adversary is not an enemy, but rather a fellow citizen with a different opinion. Yes, one rinky dink member of Congress can do a lot of good while one ideologue in Congress can do a lot of harm. We have the legislation to prove it, don't we? Look at Obamacare...