On Fill'er up
Question: Why can't we get this fixed?!?! Answer: BECAUSE PEOPLE ARE HAVING TOO MANY BABIES!!!And with that, my 2000th post, sannio is officially retired.arrivederci!
On Gov. Walker tells unions state will lay off workers
Milroy said; "It may have looked violent on the video but I had a puffy jacket on." Gotta love it.
On 150 years ago TODAY – ABRAHAM LINCOLN inaugurated US President!
Northman - I agree with you, it probably was an unintended consequence.I was happy Mr. E. jogged me to the wiki.I checked the lengthy references section of the wiki, but didn't find anything by William Herndon, which I thought was odd, since it's available at Amazon.comI did find something you might be interested in down in the external links section though:.The Entire Writings of Lincoln including an introduction by Theodore Roosevelthttp://fulltextarchive.com/page/The-Enti...
On Changes for charter schools considered
This is exactly what Superintendent Schulte wanted to do for years, and now she's got an excuse.
On Do you favor split in UW System?
Five more comments to go until sannio hits 2000 and retires.Oops. I guess this will make it four.
I don't know anything about this plan, but I sure hope I remember to get a Janesville Gazette this Sunday to get a better understanding of this, and the pawn shop ordinance issue.I'm not being sarcastic BTW.I agreed with Scott Angus in his editorial last Sunday about local papers, and their value to citizens on local issues.
On Is city wise to impose limits on businesses?
If I read the right ordinance, police already collect pawn slips daily from the stores, and manually enter the data. This new ordinance simply places the burden of entering the data onto the shop owner.If that's the case I would question the collection of pawn slips to begin with.Not being a lawyer, I'd say they need probable cause and a warrant to collect pawn slips. The reason? They're presuming guilt by collecting the slips, and the 4th amendment of the Constitution forbids that.I wish knew more about it.I'll have to read the Gazette's views in this Sunday's editorial section. Unfortunately, my memory often doesn't last that long...
Northman - Maybe he is "twist[ing] it into yet another tired call for ""compromise"" in Wisconsin.", but it got me to read the wiki article on Lincoln, and as an educator Mr. Eyster has succeeded in his job in that respect.
On Good old fashioned Facebook friendships
I found you if your Facebook page has two kids and a dog on it, but what to do? I'm in a quandary.
I wanted to check something out yesterday, and the link took me to a Facebook page (PZ Meyers). I couldn't view it without signing up, so I grudgingly did. I don't know what other use it has for me, but I'm going to search you out. It won't be as sannio, however. I'm going to retire sannio after 2000 posts, and I'm at 1990 right now.
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