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  2. busrolls36

    Lost dog..possibly stolen

    Did you find her yet? There was a tall pit bull mix with short ears running around highland street area! If you have a name of your pup or picture might help
  3. Clearfield Alert) Inc: Vehicle FireAdd: 106 I 80 WCity: UNIONUnits: FG12 ET38 E37 STDC TA36 E39-1 B38 SQ37 AT39 #PENNDOT R38 EMA1 C40 B40 SANDYEM. I-80 west bound is currently closed between the 111, and 101 exits due too a tractor trailer fire, it will be closed for an extended period of time, traffic is being diverted onto route 153 to 255 through Penfield. PLEASE AVOID THE AREA!
  4. fedup

    Has anyone else noticed?

    The drama has become silly. A new label every day. The constant pushing of Man Made Global Warming. Naming every weather event. Telling you what you should feel instead of the actual temperature. What MIGHT happen IF. And my favorite------ there is a 50% chance of something happening.
  5. fedup

    Has anyone else noticed?

    The Weather Channel and all other weather sources turning into MSM?
  6. fedup

    Hospital parking

    I brought up the parking deal in another thread. It's already bad and can only get worse. The best engineer in the world can't put 4 pounds of ? in a 2 pound bag.
  7. Is this akin to worrying about the minimal suffering of an executed inmate while overlooking the suffering of his victim whom he may have beaten to death, raped repeatedly or buried alive? You reap what you sow. Perhaps the employees are entitled to some retribution for their mental suffering and fear? We worry to much about those who bring nothing to society except trouble and require those who contribute to be shining examples of rectitude and have inhuman abilities to make legally correct decisions in impossible situations.
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  9. busrolls36

    Hospital parking

    My poor mom went to see a family member and had a helluva time finding a handicap spot and had to walk what felt like a mile to her!!!!
  10. Your probably right by law. I personally don't care how bad (and how) they beat him down. My mind tells me he had a choice in life. Go in and ruin other people's lives or walk on by. He made the decision to ruin people's lives for his own greed. He ain't worth worrying about.
  11. yes, and yes...……….. I know what you mean however...….. I just believe that professionals of such importance should strive to make sure their decisions are as fair and lawful as possible.....
  12. There is nothing I like better than setting at a light at 4:30 in the morning watching all the pedestrians cross the street. NOT
  13. They are proving that the light does go out when you close the door as we speak.
  14. Don't forget, certain high ranking government officials can allow known lawbreakers to hide in their cities without a toss of a coin. They can even inform the known lawbreakers of impending arrests. They are viewed by some as benevolent. Go figure.
  15. The only way to make them better is to throw them in the fridge and let them chill out for a few hours. 😋
  16. Rolling down 23rd St, Panama City. Looked to the right, Cracker Barrel. Gave 5 cars behind me a brake test. Went in and seen the yellow packaged bliss. Bought 4 doubles. Girl behind the counter said she would pay for them if I stayed and finished her shift. Double bliss, but I am not in need of a granddaughter. Just about 6 bucks for 4 doubles. Half the size they used to be. 2 chomps and 1 double was gone. Will save the other 3 to mate with my peanut butter cups. Gotta get me a big bag of Wise chips and a Pepsi for chasers and life will be good. Right after the Alka Seltzer.
  17. Harvey Mungaknuts

    Hospital parking

    from what I have heard it is going to get worse, or at least employees may have to park further. They bought property between main and brown and are starting the process of clearing it for parking lots. That is a lot further of a hike up and over the hill.
  18. Really? Did your employers require a record of HOW you arrived at each decision or did they evaluate you on the results of those decisions? I understand that you were a teacher. Did parents come in and ask why you were teaching xyz in the particular manner you were using or did they want to know how their children were doing? One is a question based on decision making on how your were doing your job and the second is based on the outcome of that decision. That is where I am coming from.
  19. pineappleology

    Hospital parking

    Of course in Pittsburgh but why burden the community with an expense they are not used to. It really needs to better.
  20. It's a big dill! Picklesburgh is happening this week Share Updated: 1:24 PM EDT Jul 16, 2018 It's a big dill! Picklesburgh is happening this week Share PITTSBURGH — Pickle lovers, rejoice. Picklesburgh is back this week and promises to be bigger than ever! This year, the event will be three days long. It will be held July 20, 21 and 22 on the Roberto Clemente Bridge. On Friday and Saturday, Picklesburgh runs from 12 p.m. until 10 p.m. On Sunday, it continues from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m. Play Video Play Mute 0:00 / 0:43 Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Stream TypeLIVE -0:43 Playback Rate 1x Chapters Chapters Descriptions descriptions off, selected Captions captions settings, opens captions settings dialog captions off, selected Audio Track default, selected Fullscreen This is a modal window. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window. Text ColorWhite Black Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta CyanTransparencyOpaque Semi-Transparent Background ColorBlack White Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta CyanTransparencyOpaque Semi-Transparent Transparent Window ColorBlack White Red Green Blue Yellow Magenta CyanTransparencyTransparent Semi-Transparent Opaque Font Size 50% 75% 100% 125% 150% 175% 200% 300% 400% Text Edge Style None Raised Depressed Uniform Dropshadow Font Family Proportional Sans-Serif Monospace Sans-Serif Proportional Serif Monospace Serif Casual Script Small Caps Reset restore all settings to the default valuesDone Close Modal Dialog End of dialog window. Advertisement According to the Picklesburgh website, it is "a culinary celebration that goes beyond the dill pickle to include international dishes and handcrafted foods from local chefs that feature house-cure pickled vegetables." Food highlights include: Foods and artisan cocktails from local chefs and restaurants (including an Eau de Pickle pickle-flavored spirit by Wigle Whiskey) Pickle beers by Great Lakes Brewing and Southern Tier Brewing Ethnic foods that incorporate pickling (corned beef, sauerbraten, chow-chow, pickled beet eggs, and more) Pickle-themed snacks (dill flavored popcorn, pickle flavored ice cream, and of course, deep-fried pickles) International foods that use pickling methods (kimchi, chutney, pickled ginger) There will also be how-to demonstrations, pickle-themed merchandise, live music and a pickle juice drinking contest. To view the full lineup of music, click here. To learn more about the pickle juice drinking contest, click here. Also new this year is a marketplace on Fort Duquesne Boulevard that will have more programming, activities for kids, a petting zoo and a farmers market. The giant, 35-foot Heinz pickle balloon will once again be at the center of it all. This year will be the fourth annual Picklesburgh festival. SEE VIDEO ; http://www.wtae.com/article/its-a-big-dill-picklesburgh-is-happening-this-week/22162793
  21. Reported accident on Reynoldsville-Falls Creek Rd.(Rt.950) in area of Pancoast Rd..- Falls Creek area. Time 4:10 PM. St.4 and ambulance respond. Use caution in the area. Set up LZ at ball park in Falls Creek. St.38 to set up LZ.
  22. Hot water bottles in cars could be fire hazard by LESLIE MORENO, WRSP/WICS Monday, July 16th 2018 Share Video https://wjactv.com/news/nation-world/water-bottle-in-car-can-start-fire <iframe width="640" height="360" frameborder="0" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="https://wjactv.com/embed/news/nation-world/water-bottle-in-car-can-start-fire?external-id=39d82ab3927949dfa12c74bd426ddf9c"></iframe> Share Video Playlist Next Up Local kids learn about river sports in Johnstown 00:00 00:00 Hot water bottles in cars could be a fire hazard. (Midwest City Fire Department) SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WRSP/WICS) - A lot of us are guilty of this: leaving water bottles in our cars. Midwest City fire officials said it could start a fire inside your car. If a plastic bottle is left in your car and the right amount of sunlight hits it at just the right angle, a car seat could catch fire. The Midwest City Fire Department put the water bottle scenario to the test, showing just how quickly it can happen. Local fire officials said this is something that can and has happened before. If you have any water bottles in your car, make sure you get rid of them. Hot water bottles in cars could be a fire hazard. (Midwest City Fire Department) Not only are water bottles a fire hazard, but the chemicals from the plastic bottles can also melt into your water when it gets hot, which can be bad for you if you drink it. SEE VIDEOS ; https://wjactv.com/news/nation-world/water-bottle-in-car-can-start-fire
  23. Keyser Soze

    Fantastic natural food

    This is why! Land-grant universities celebrate Morrill Act sesquicentennial America's public universities, the backbone of advanced education and research in the United States today, will pause to observe the sesquicentennial anniversary of the passage of the Morrill Land-grant Act of 1862 on Tuesday, June 26, in Washington, D.C. Written by Sen. Justin Smith Morrill of Vermont and signed into law on July 2, 1862, by President Abraham Lincoln, the legislation provided grants of federal lands to the states for the establishment of public universities and led to the democratization of higher education. In 1863, the Pennsylvania legislature designated Penn State the Commonwealth's sole land-grant institution -- a distinction it still holds. Pennsylvania received 780,000 acres of land, which were sold for $439,000. The state Legislature then converted this amount to a $500,000 bond yielding 6 percent ($30,000) annually to Penn State. The bond functioned in effect as Penn State's "endowment" during those early years. In return for this support, Penn State began a steady expansion of its academic program. It also pledged to disseminate the benefits gained through research and instruction, which today takes the form of hundreds of outreach programs that touch the lives of millions of people each year throughout Pennsylvania and across America. In this way, the Morrill Land-Grant Act in effect conferred on Penn State its three-part mission of teaching, research and public service. This mission continues to guide the University in all that it does for Pennsylvania, the nation and the world. https://news.psu.edu/story/148276/2012/06/22/land-grant-universities-celebrate-morrill-act-sesquicentennial
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