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Exeter Resident April 18, 2014 at 07:35 pm
No, it's a quote, by Frederic Bastiat, which concisely points out the sad fact that government isRead More nothing but a war of all against all.
SPH April 18, 2014 at 08:17 pm
What's your alternative, ER, anarchy? There has to be some structure to a (decent) society. At leastRead More under this system you get a voice. Now, close the lid on the Sterno can, remove your bulletproof vest, take off that helmet, and crawl out of the bunker.
Exeter Resident April 18, 2014 at 08:54 pm
I gave you an alternative: competition. People far smarter than you have written volumes on theRead More topic. Tell me: are you ok with 40k deaths on government roads every year? Is it worth it? Government is not structure; it is planned chaos.
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christopher papazoglow April 18, 2014 at 08:32 pm
@Armen...it's tabloid and it's 'Trending'....which are the two basic criteria that Brian SlupskiRead More starts with, in determining an article's relevance on Patch ( before then deciding WHICH of the salacious tabloid stories make the cut ). Apparently, Patch management has decided that what's most important is to focus on appealing to the baser instincts and appetites of readers......
concerned citizen April 18, 2014 at 08:58 pm
Now that's funny!
Susan April 18, 2014 at 09:31 pm
Ok
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jpf2361 April 18, 2014 at 04:39 pm
It's about FRIGGIN time these retailers are held accountable for the DAMAGES they cause toRead More consumers. I am not talking about the Fed's imposing fimes of which we the Consumers don't see a penny of either. Why can't these Companies INVEST IN BETTER TECHNOLOGY TO PREVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING IN THE FIRST PLACE? Just saying.
Zoltan April 18, 2014 at 06:01 pm
Until Chip and Pin encryption is adopted in the US these breaches will continue and likely increase.Read More The information contained within the magnetic strip on our credit/debit/ATM cards is written in plain text and is much too easy to access and exploit. Mexico uses a more sophisticated form of card security than we do.
Patch file photo by Gary Jeanfaivre
Unsubscribed April 18, 2014 at 08:54 pm
Keep you GD dogs on a leash and "OFF OUR BEACHES"!!!!! Dukescounty.orgRead More ------------->>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Eastville Point Beach Norton Point Beach Joseph Sylvia State Beach............................ DOGS AND PETS – Many dogs and pets like the water as much as we do. However, some restrictions are necessary to enable all of us to use and enjoy the beach. Dog and pet restrictions: ·Dogs and pets are prohibited on all beaches April 1st – August 31st. ·During the month of September dogs and pets are prohibited on the beaches between 9am to 5pm. **************************************** Report violators to the Communications Center - Non-emergency at 508-693-1212.............. They WILL be fined!! Also report those who park on the dunes!!!
Screen grab from NBC 8 in Florida
Toni April 18, 2014 at 06:19 pm
Sickening
John April 18, 2014 at 07:36 pm
Any word on where the baby's mom was ?
tamarya April 18, 2014 at 09:04 pm
This is what happens when we don't teach teenagers in high school to grow up and be adults. TheyRead More turn into their 20's and have kids and treat their kids the way they treated other classmates in school. Time these people grow up. Starting at 16 you are not a baby and definatly at 24 you are not.
Photo Credit: Boston Athletic Association
BH April 18, 2014 at 11:20 am
Ok so all this security for the marathon, what about the platform of train stations, parks duringRead More lunch, outdoor concerts, parades and charity walks? Give me a break. All this police presence and money spent and overtime is a scare tactic and can't possibly deter someone determined to carry anything out.
Srpska dobrovoljačka garda April 18, 2014 at 01:27 pm
I'm scared.
Buzz April 18, 2014 at 02:41 pm
I'm steering clear. Not interested in police state type environments.
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Kevin April 18, 2014 at 04:24 pm
This lowlife should be put down like a rabid skunk.
user April 18, 2014 at 04:33 pm
The animal's father, who owns the NAC is just as immoral and disgusting. sleeping with his salonRead More staff. Stay classy Worthington family! Stay classy
Agranon April 18, 2014 at 04:53 pm
This is news and in the Patch because no one has heard of Millbrae. Mike Robinson, Christine, EricRead More S. what is wrong with you people. Nothing happens in Millbrae, don't you want to hear the news?
James W. Worthington
Bryan Harz April 18, 2014 at 02:27 pm
Drink responsibly, not repetitively. LOL!!
LB TAXPAYA April 18, 2014 at 03:36 pm
I hope the young man who got bit by Mr. Worthington's teeth (rusty Nails), gets a tetnus shot realRead More quick. A human bite is very dirty, and judging from Mr. Worthington's scruff, it doesn't look like he brushes his teeth very often!
dougmill1 April 18, 2014 at 07:15 pm
why are you posting things like this to mislead us into thinking it happened in Studio City? WhatRead More is this crap doing on the LOCAL Patch??
Snag man April 18, 2014 at 02:58 pm
If I recall correctly - there was a bill introduced shortly after the Cate's incident where murderRead More in a home invasion would be added to the death penalty list. Sadly, the idiots out there that think they are doing "good" and get a "good feeling inside" when they fight for these despicable sub-humans, got it shot down. Death is inevitable, if life was ever-lasting, I could see the argument but since it isn't, is it really that horrible to take the life of someone who has taken a life themselves? Hmmm? You "liberal" assbags make me ill.
Patriot April 18, 2014 at 03:35 pm
SPH, this is your described troll here.** "Cost aside, while I'm not religious in theRead More conventional sense, I do have a problem with killing someone because they broke our rule of no killing. Seems a tad hypocritical. But it's a very tough call. No doubt about that."** Without a doubt one of the dumbest statements I ever read!
steve forte April 18, 2014 at 05:50 pm
No one can honestly say " life is cheaper" because no one knows what it will cost toRead More incarcerate someone 50 yrs from now. Especialy when they get on in age and may have health issues.
“You're going to shut your mouth or I'm going to have some duct tape put on it," Judge John McBain told Camia Gamet during her sentencing Wednesday. (Screenshot: WJBK Video)
Melissa Wilfenger April 18, 2014 at 03:54 pm
Kudos to the judge! Most criminals don't get what they deserve anymore.
Kevin April 18, 2014 at 04:27 pm
Hey Joe,I bet you'd hit that,eh slick?
Grumpy Old Man April 18, 2014 at 05:29 pm
I don't think she'd fit in Old Sparky, a rope would probably break if they tried to hang her, theyRead More would have to use a year's supply of chemicals for lethal injection and a long long sword. I opt for the guillotine.
WCSC screen grab shows charges against worker.
joebanana April 18, 2014 at 03:03 pm
Just what "federal" law is it that this person is being extorted over? And shouldn't aRead More sign be posted warning that "drink refills" are a federal crime?
Thomas Silva April 18, 2014 at 08:24 pm
Why don't you just take "Local" out of the title??
Kerry Murphy April 18, 2014 at 09:18 pm
In all lklihood, the guy knew refills were not free, and he was intentionally stealing. That said,Read More INSANE punishment and I strongly agree that if there are no refills, then YOU FILL THE CUP. Let the man pay and be done with it... Quote from someone above: "This incident is arguably entrapment." NO. Do know what entrapment means? lol, entrapment!!!
NHTI, Concord's Community College. Credit: Patch
Stephen D. Clark April 17, 2014 at 10:38 pm
Great idea to reduce in-state tuitions. Kudos to the New Hampshire Democratic Party for getting itRead More done.
steve forte April 18, 2014 at 06:08 pm
When one gets a college education it allows them to earn more money. There is nothing wrong withRead More them taking some of that " more money" and using it to pay for the education that allows them to earn it.
Stephen D. Clark April 18, 2014 at 06:28 pm
When troops demobilized after WWII, Congress passed the GI Bill to address the 1946 - '47 recessionRead More by educating a glut of unemployed labor in the form of idled GIs. ________________________________________________________ "POSTWAR PROSPERITY AT HOME: 1945 -1960" ________________________________________________________ "Perhaps the most important measure taken in combating the recession was the Montgomery G.I. Bill, which Congress had passed in 1944 to help the 15 million returning U.S. veterans reenter the job market. Also known as the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act and the G.I. Bill of Rights, the G.I. Bill gave government grants to any veteran who wished to return to school. Neither Truman nor Congress predicted that more than half of returning veterans would take advantage of approximately $15 billion in federal grants to attend vocational schools, colleges, and universities. The G.I. Bill also set aside an equal amount of money to provide veterans with loans for new homes, farms, and businesses. ________________________________________________________ "Historians have since hailed the Montgomery G.I. Bill as the most significant law passed to address the concerns of the postwar years. It reduced fierce competition for jobs after the war and boosted the economy by helping millions of workers acquire new skills. Many have claimed that the economic boom in the 1950s would never have happened at all without the G.I. Bill." ________________________________________________________ http://www.sparknotes.com/history/american/coldwar/section4.rhtml ________________________________________________________ Educating New Hampshire's workforce isn't just good for the individuals who receive the education. It's good for all of us when the ripple effects of increased productivity and earnings enlarge the general pool of the state's prosperity.
Snow April 17, 2014 at 05:37 pm
20 tons is alot of lobster traps and fishing gear to go astray- but its great that its the fishermenRead More themselves doing the cleanup.
skram bled April 18, 2014 at 05:13 pm
Stephen, you don't have children, do you? If you did you might understand. Or maybe, if you wentRead More through multiple miscarriages and struggled through six years of infertility before finally succeeding, like my wife and I, you might finally see the value of human life, even that of the unborn.
jpf2361 April 18, 2014 at 05:20 pm
It's quite apparent that this demonic miscreant aka stevie clark has no moral compass. I can't waitRead More for the right opportunity to re-post this garbage to make sure others know exactly who they are dealing with here on Patch.
Stephen D. Clark April 18, 2014 at 06:31 pm
One's personal experiences, good or bad, still don't make a fetus a person. That's a religiousRead More belief and people differ in opinion about that. ________________________________________________________ My daughter is a grown young woman who isn't ready for motherhood due to the personal circumstances of her life. If she became pregnant before she was ready, I would be extremely supportive if she chose abortion over carrying the pregnancy to term because I wouldn't consider the developing fetus to be a grandchild. When she does become a mother then I will love the child she chose to keep. ________________________________________________________ When Terri Schiavo was in her vegetative state, the body of a human being was alive but the person who inhabited it had been dead for years. I have no moral qualm about the medical decision made to stop providing her remains life support. A developing fetus is just the same situation in reverse. ________________________________________________________ jpf, say whatever you want. It's not like anyone else will take you nearly as seriously as you take me. Moreover, I'd like it if my ideas were propagated and attributed to me. Anything you might want to say would be helpful. At the very least, none of it would hurt.
Walter Havenstein launched his campaign for governor on April 16, 2014. Credit: Tony Schinella
Liz Pierce April 17, 2014 at 05:59 pm
I would also bet that Maggie's kids don't/won't go to public high school and they won'tRead More "pay" to go to PEA.
Stephen D. Clark April 17, 2014 at 05:59 pm
Bet away.
Snag man April 18, 2014 at 08:09 am
Hey Clark..... Please tell us which bridge you live under.
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MillicentBroderick April 17, 2014 at 08:00 am
Horses should not be nose to exhaust pipe on city streets. That is cruelty and the horse had hadRead More enough.
kathleen macmurray April 17, 2014 at 08:46 am
A horse and carriage ride in a park, fine. But not on busy, crowded city streets. It's cruel to theRead More horse and dangerous to everyone else. I'm with the NYC mayor on this one.
Sheila April 17, 2014 at 08:16 pm
Poor horse. I hope someone equine rescue unit will relieve him from his present circumstances andRead More either give him a good home or find him one.
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