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  1. 13 points
    mollycan

    GOOD NEWS WANTED!

    I heard from my Grand-son today who was deployed to South Korea and he his healthy and well! <3
  2. 13 points
    If they are going to hand out free lifesaving drugs maybe they should hand them out to the seniors who have to choose between their medication and food.
  3. 11 points
    raisin

    GOOD NEWS WANTED!

    I'm going to Florida today to see my first grandchild!!!! Baby girl Eden born 10 days ago!!!!!!
  4. 9 points
    LFG

    GOOD NEWS WANTED!

    I sent 30 eggs from SC to Springfield, OR through the USPS, and all 30 arrived today with no cracks
  5. 9 points
    Instead of spending money to hand out Narcan like candy, how about give some funding to get some justice for these people. Just my opinion.
  6. 9 points
    well as of next Thursday I will officially be terminated from my job along with 107 other employees. These individuals were great to work with. I have only applied to one place so far as I was waiting to be terminated and then taking a week off to rest and work on my resume a bit. Well I did get the job and will be making a little more per hour than I was.Tthe 401k I am not sure about but will be no where near what I was getting but better than not having a job at all. I really wasn't worried about finding a job and quite a few people have found other jobs some with local companies near where they live others with GE and other big companies. There are jobs out there people you just have to be determined. With this new administration jobs are coming back and are out there. My son had three interviews this week. Just past Pittsburgh Mills exit the one called Cheswick there are lots of companies hiring and some are $35 and hour one company whose name escapes me but starts with a C is hiring welders, machinists electricians, assemblers and they are paying big dollars. Personally trade schools are much better than a lot of these college degrees. I wish I would have gone to trade school when I was young. As it was I was stuck in no end jobs I really hated and thought were good money. Then my job was no longer there and I went to school. Wow the opportunities are amazing. If I was single I could work overseas or anywhere in the country with big corporations making big bucks. So for you younger people take a chance and go to trade school you will thank me down the road. Get an education, after school you may have to take a job where the pay is not good but not great but dont pass up these jobs they are good learning experiences and a great springboard to better opportunities. Believe in yourself and apply to those jobs you think you may not get you may be pleasantly surprised. I applied to only one place and that was on Tuesday and got hired last night. So if you have multiple skills the opportunities are endless. If an old fart like me can get a good job so can you.
  7. 9 points
    jt85

    Duncan Donuts

    Won't be going there. I'll stick with locally owned businesses. Without them this town wouldn't be. Stay local buy local.
  8. 8 points
    Polo

    GOOD NEWS WANTED!

    Just wanted to see if there was any good news out there today. It seems that drugs, sex abuse, and shootings are dominating our news. I'm in need of some good news! I'll start. Our church had Scout Sunday last Sunday, and what a great group of boy and girl scouts who came out and participated in the service! Their leaders and parents were there, too! Afterwards, the scouts had a spaghetti dinner fundraiser in the church basement which was delicious! When I see these kids, I feel good about our future. There is so much good; we just have to look around. Some of you have family, pets, and other great news about things they are doing that I enjoy seeing on here. You are also involved in various groups who are really getting some cool stuff done for others. O.K, who is next?
  9. 8 points
    Bon

    To honest and kind person.....

    There are more good than bad people, it's just that we hear more about the bad.
  10. 8 points
    michael880

    Nickles Outlet Closing

    Economy is so good nobody is buying day old bread anymore.
  11. 8 points
    Lyndsey33

    Bon Ton closing

    My issue with their coupons is they exclude more then u can use them for.
  12. 8 points
    I like Sarah Sanders. She has guts and is not afraid of anyone. She is a good speaker and knows her stuff. She doesn't mince words and tells it like it is. I think she is solid. The folks who are body shaming her are making themselves look bad. If that is all they have to do, just wow! I think she looks attractive and businesslike. A good role model.
  13. 7 points
    raisin

    Florida High school shooting today

    In the 60's we didn't have the cultural rot we have nowadays. Arguably that is when cultural rot started creeping in to our society and it is in high gear and on full display currently thanks to liberal ideology. In reading your posts I see you blame the guns, the NRA, the president, the American people, the second amendment. Typical liberal blame. Now let's list a few things that you will never hear a liberal blaming because most of them are the cornerstones of their ideology. How about God intentionally being taken out of our society. How about the constant violence Hollywood spews out in the name of entertainment. Can you even find a show or movie nowadays that doesn't show guns being used to kill people. How about the constant hate spewed out on social media. How about video games that a person can push buttons and kill people as easy as chewing gum. How about the idea that a lot of people look the other way in fear of being called a bigot or a racist or any other host of labels that liberals like to place on people. And yes how about drugs . You will never convince me that an unstable mind isn't affected by the constant droning of this kind of crap.
  14. 7 points
    Cacao

    Florida High school shooting today

    I'm all for the 2nd Amendment. But, why does anyone need to own a semi-automatic gun? I asked 3 hardcore gun enthusiast and all answered, "because I can." Same answer as to why kids are eating Tide pods.
  15. 7 points
    For anyone who doesn't know, I am an avid fan of poultry, but a peacock??? For emotional support??? I still have emotional scars from my first encounter with a peacock that I didn't know was there. It was almost dark, I was unlocking a fence, when from behind me I heard the gates of Hell open up and the banshee scream forth. Have you guys ever heard a peacock scream? Magnificent creature my azz, their scream will cause delicate parts of your body to shrivel, they are an unholy creation of an evil being disguised as something beautiful. The woman trying to sneak her on the plane was probably a terrorist. Or a witch. Did anyone check to see if she floats on water?
  16. 7 points
    Amazing. We can't even realize that ALL body shaming, regardless of party affiliation, is WRONG. It disgusts me that so many in the "entertainment" industry find it acceptable to make fun of politicians, and their families, all for the sake of a laugh. I don't find bullying to be a laughing matter.
  17. 7 points
    classicjenn

    DASD Protest Tonight (1/25)

    I can't help but think the same way. When I was in junior high the middle school was built and I was in high school by the time the middle school was opened but when it opened they moved the 6th graders. No one seems to have a problem with that now just like they will get over it when they move the 5th graders. I swear people around here are allergic to change.
  18. 7 points
    Lyndsey33

    DASD Protest Tonight (1/25)

    Mine are in high school so this doesnt affect me but i was wondering if this is really as big of a deal that people are making it? I think the kids will adjust just fine. Its the parents having a hard time with it.
  19. 6 points
    KittyMommy

    To honest and kind person.....

    Who found and turned in my Apple Watch at Blinker Sheetz last night, may God bless you richly all the days of your life! It is good to know that there are still honest people out there! I am absolutely grateful to you!
  20. 6 points
    I don't know about you guys, but I feel safe when there are uniformed officers in stores or restaurants where I am. And I like that they have their weapons. Less chance that any one would try to harm other people that way. I was taken hostage years ago at gun point and it was very scary. Knowing an officer with a weapon is nearby gives me comfort.
  21. 6 points
    DuBois Perkins is locally owned by an awesome family that works the business and that is why it does such a great job!! They actually take pride in their venture.......that is what makes our Perkins stand out from so many others. It is clean and inviting and the wait staff usually makes sure from start to finish that you have a good experience when you are there. Been a customer for so many years and been around to witness the changes this location has undergone. After the fire........better than ever. Thanks for providing DuBois with a good place to take our families and meet our friends.
  22. 6 points
    Why do the rest of us have to live with constraints that are deemed necessary to control idiots?
  23. 6 points
    $4277 is better then $0. That can help a lot of families pay off things or buy things they need.
  24. 6 points
    We saw this on the news the other night. I watched the whole story without saying a word. When it was over, LFGal turned to me and said "Friend of yours?"
  25. 6 points
    DLE1950

    Duncan Donuts

    I';ll stick with Scottys
  26. 6 points
    Ridiculous! These people are nothing but enablers!! Levine needs to get her head out of her butt and realize these people are never going to seek treatment as long as Narcans in existence And let's not forget...heroin is illegal!!! Why these people aren't going to jail or forced into treatment after being saved by Narcan is beyond me!! Id like to see a Narcan developed for heart attacks or cancers!! Blows my mind that this country's only concern is to save the lives of people who are doing wrong to begin with!!! SMH
  27. 5 points
    rossiter

    GOOD NEWS WANTED!

    My daughter is coming for a birthday visit!
  28. 5 points
    steelnut

    GOOD NEWS WANTED!

    I'm thinking SPRING! I started my garden outline and just found myself smiling
  29. 5 points
    Vader

    GOOD NEWS WANTED!

    It's not snowing...yet.
  30. 5 points
    Cacao

    Florida High school shooting today

    Folks are more concerned with "making memories". Most cannot afford to "make memories" and dive into debt to do it. It puts a huge strain on the entire family. I point the finger at social media. People make their lives look better than it actually is...others see it and are consumed with jealousy and try to out do their "friend".
  31. 5 points
    Petee

    Florida High school shooting today

    This is not about guns or murderers. It's about the mentality that we adults have allowed to be taught to our children. Kids games, cartoons, books, toys are mostly about sexuality and violence. Kids aren't allowed to be children or they won't be cool. These stressors are about money, not peacefully bringing up innocent children.
  32. 5 points
    A group of firemen elect a child rapist as chief, and the mayor wont question their decision? Then, the felon steps down whining that he will "no longer be affiliated with any organization that helps anyone." Well, I'm sure the citizens of Spartansburg will sleep better knowing that it was the felon who voluntarily stepped down from the "organization that helps." You know, the organization that elected a child rapist to a position of authority.
  33. 5 points
  34. 5 points
    People who dont want to be subjected to nonsense nonstories... Hmmmmm
  35. 5 points
    mr.d

    Meet The New Gerber Baby

    Parents Meet the first Gerber baby with Down syndrome; his name is Lucas! 19 hours ago Terri Peters TODAY Contributor The 2018 Gerber baby is Lucas Warren, a 1-year-old from Dalton, Georgia who is the first child with Down syndrome to be named a Gerber baby since the contest's start in 2010. "He's very outgoing and never meets a stranger," Lucas's mom, Cortney, told TODAY Parents. "He loves to play, loves to laugh and loves to make other people laugh." Gerber/Cortney Warren The winning photo of Lucas, submitted by his mom, Cortney Warren, to the Gerber Spokesbaby contest. Cortney Warren said she entered the Gerber contest on a whim, after a relative pointed out an ad seeking submissions. After posting a photo of Lucas on Instagram using the contest's hashtag, Cortney and her husband, Jason, received the news that their son had been chosen from more than 140,000 entries to be the 2018 Gerber Spokesbaby. Meet the adorable winner of the Gerber Baby photo contest Play Video - 4:20 Bill Partyka, CEO and president of Gerber, says Lucas's smile and happy expression captured the hearts of the Gerber team. "Every year, we choose the baby who best exemplifies Gerber's longstanding heritage of recognizing that every baby is a Gerber baby," said Partyka. "This year, Lucas is the perfect fit." "We're hoping this will impact everyone — that it will shed a little bit of light on the special needs community and help more individuals with special needs be accepted and not limited," dad Jason Warren said. "They have the potential to change the world, just like everybody else." Gerber/Cortney Warren Lucas, 1, with his parents, Cortney and Jason Warren. Katie Driscoll is founder and president of Changing the Face of Beauty, a non-profit organization committed to advocating for equal representation of people with disabilities in adverting and media. Driscoll says brands like Gerber have the power to change the future of the disability community by valuing the minority as a consumer in their advertising. Follow TODAY Parents on Facebook "We believe if brands represent children with a disability, they are communicating their value to our society," said Driscoll. "Moves like this move us closer to a more inclusive world." Gerber/Cortney Warren "He may have Down syndrome," said Cortney Warren of her son, "but he's always Lucas first." Cortney says she hopes her son will be seen not only as a baby with Down syndrome, but also as a funny, energetic child who loves music and socializing. "He may have Down syndrome, but he's always Lucas first," said Cortney. "He's got an awesome personality and he goes through the milestones of every child... we're hoping when he grows up and looks back on this, he'll be proud of himself and not ashamed of his disability." SEE VIDEO ; https://www.today.com/parents/2018-gerber-baby-first-gerber-baby-down-syndrome-t122258
  36. 5 points
    LFG

    People Wonder About Appliance Safety

    Mama June isn't really hot, either
  37. 5 points
    This article IS about a "normal person". A woman who was born a woman and identifies as a woman was forced to use the men's room because 'she looked like a man'. (Short hair = dude to a lot of people.)
  38. 5 points
    I am so sick of this stuff. What about the normal people's feelings?
  39. 5 points
    << Get some education and the world is your oyster.>> I have 2 degrees: BS in Bus Admin and an Assoc in Computer tech. Two large companies that I worked for relocated to Mexico and Japan. To get a job, I had to take a $2.00/hour cut in pay. If you're not in the top 1% financially...there are no 'oyster level' jobs.
  40. 5 points
    Because we let Walmart in
  41. 5 points
    Ignatius

    Bon Ton closing

    Well, let me say this about that: First, for the past decade or so, we've had our government declaring manufacturing dead, and for the past year, we're finding out in fact it is not. Has that opinion trickled down to our local area? Not yet, because of our infatuation with ball fields and hotels, leaves our local leaders with time to open their eyes. This area has yet to understand jobs are not all food, service or sales, plus following with Cacao has been posting, many of those employers engaged in those types of business, have been under tremendous pressure from web based businesses. Second, in this area, we used to have a local "Economic Development Corporation". Around 2001 or 2002, it was merged into an arm of the local chamber. It doesn't appear that it has participated in any meaningful activity since that timeframe (prior to those dates there were "wins" for the area, but never really publicized). The EDC needs resurrected as a separate entity from the Chamber. Third, local governments have to learn to work together. Would a merger of several help or hinder? No one here can answer that, but, at the least, this area needs to explore a local "council of governments" in which local community government leaders meet together, in a formalized manner. What happens after that is anybody's guess, but something needs to change to first halt the continued deterioration of local business and then reverse to growth. The fact is, this area is not a very attractive area for business or living.
  42. 5 points
    Polo

    Bon Ton closing

    I'm sorry to hear this. It's one of our more quality stores, and I always enjoyed shopping there and saving lots with my coupons.
  43. 5 points
    Bon

    Perkins Restaurant To Remain Open In Clarion

    So happy DuBois is NOT on there!!! I eat there at least twice a month. I just love there breakfast food for lunch or supper!!
  44. 5 points
    That place will be packed Sunday night. McCraw is a good man with a good business, it's a great restaurant with a great atmosphere for that type of place, and he has received a lot of support since he stopped airing the NFL games. Whether you agree or disagree with the player's right to kneel, the owner also has the right to show or not show the games, and you can tell he has done it from the heart, not as a business promotion. He is on a stretch of road that is covered with sports bars and restaurants from low end to high end, so if not airing the game hurt business there would be plenty of other choices within a half mile. My guess is Palmetto Ale House will be at least an hour and a half wait by 4PM. Good for him
  45. 5 points
    Bon

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    SOB made fried chicken, tortellini w/garlic Alfredo sauce, & buns. 1st time her dad had her fried chicken.
  46. 5 points
    Again... it is not my fault... I wasn't myself... He should never see the light of day again, nor should he be breathing air now!
  47. 5 points
    I agree completely. She's got a tough job and she deserves to be judged only on her ability to do her job, not her choice of dresses.
  48. 5 points
    Lyndsey33

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    This made me think of you
  49. 5 points
    michael880

    Fox's in DuBois

    Nothing compares to Frank's.
  50. 5 points
    That's nothing to sneeze at.
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