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  1. 3 points
    Lumberjack58

    Where are the Plows!

    Maybe if everyone would simply _SLOW_ down and learn how to drive, it wouldnt be a problem.
  2. 2 points
    I remember as kids we used to play army all the time at that age and we did not not injure any one playing that game with our fingers or any other object stick etc. The teacher and the school should have handled this differently and called the parents and sat down with this child and explained the problem with doing this. They blew this way out of control and should be ashamed of themselves. I like many on here know what type of person does this to a helpless child let alone one with down syndrome.
  3. 2 points
    lavender

    Where are the Plows!

    Right, can't drive in snow and ice move south where they shut down schools for a few inches of rain.
  4. 2 points
    NikonSniper

    Where are the Plows!

    This was copied from another social media site.... Where the hell is PENN DOT?!? Let me tell you.... on every road in their designated area....which they can't cover all at the same time....plowing, putting material down, dealing with multiple requests from EMS for multiple accidents and vehicles off the roadways and trees down because we live in Pennsylvania where it SNOWS!! And this time it snowed fast! The only one that can be everywhere at once is God!....so here's some advice... 1. If you don't have to go out on the roads...stay home. 2. If you have to go out, leave in plenty of time. 3. Expect delays. 4. Realize you don't get a personal escort from the plow trucks. 5. There are way more roadways than plow trucks and they can't speed anymore than you can!!! Also, the first responders have the same issues to deal with as you do. So the fire, police, ambulance, dispatchers, traffic controllers, etc. As well as the Penn DOT folks ARE family, HAVE family and are doing the best they can. They deserve your patience and prayers, not your criticism!
  5. 2 points
    Better do a search of Vivid Entertainment....I"m sure you'll find at least one who's performed that act.
  6. 2 points
    Not one person, ever in history, has ever been killed or injured by a finger gun. I flip-off lots of people throughout the week and yet I doubt one of them has ever been able to F themselves.
  7. 1 point
    mr.d

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Spaghetti/meatballs, salad, rolls, cupcake, coffee at St.Tobias in Brockway.
  8. 1 point
    Gator11

    Where are the Plows!

    I agree when roads are bad just slow down. I put 90 miles on that morning and did not have a problem with my vehicle but I had it in 4wd and I have excellent tires. well I am not sure where you buy your tires but you need to look elsewhere or order the ones you want it only takes a day or two to get them delivered or even if it takes a few days longer it is worth it unless you wait until it snows to try and get them and need them that day which a lot of people the procrastinators. I get mine from TSP in Brookville and they can order just about any tire I need if they do not have them. I also don't wait until it snows to get them either. I plan a head a little bit. I am sure most of the tire dealers in town can also. I also would not buy from these big box stores either. There is nothing better than personal service from the local dealers. ********************************************************************************************* Personally I think they do an excellent job of maintaining the roads in the winter. There are thousands of miles to plow and they cannot be everywhere at the same time. If the roads are that bad then I suggest staying home for a bit until they have time to clear them or just slow down. Seems like everyone on here had no major issues getting to where they were going regardless of the roads. The roads cannot be 100 percent clear and dry all the time this is winter folks. Leave your home earlier either 10 minutes or even a half an hour early if need be.
  9. 1 point
    Illiterate

    Where are the Plows!

    Not so much 4wd, but getting good tires. Seems like the only thing stocked locally are cheap, crappy tires. 4wd means nothing if your tires are trash.
  10. 1 point
    damn I'm getting old.....dont even know what most of those are or for
  11. 1 point
    Colonial-era building discovered in Pennsylvania town during demolition by WNEP Staff Friday, February 7th 2020 AA Colonial-era building discovered in Pennsylvania town during demolition (CNN Newsource)<br> WASHINGTONVILLE, Pa. (WNEP) — On a nondescript street corner in Washingtonville, Pennsylvania sits a building that is much, much older than it looks. It's a centuries-old log cabin hidden under layers of more modern construction and siding. A local official estimates that it dates back to the 1700s. The discovery came about as a result of the town cracking down on blighted properties. The building was a former bar and had been condemned. A contractor was tearing it down when he uncovered the hidden piece of history. "He said it's very much salvageable and he couldn't believe it himself, what we uncovered here, and said it's very much worth saving,” said Frank Dombroski. Local officials want to preserve the cabin and move it to a different location. They say it will have to be carefully taken down by hand and put back together somewhere else. For now, it will stay in its current location. SEE VIDEO ; https://wjactv.com/news/local/colonial-era-building-discovered-in-pennsylvania-town-during-demolition-02-07-2020
  12. 1 point
    BillyC

    Three Vehicle Accident In Penfield

    glad they caught him
  13. 1 point
    what's up with these people not stopping
  14. 1 point
    Georgie_girl

    DuBois schools closed today

    Obviously we'd have people on call just for you. :p
  15. 1 point
    we should have those finger guns registered and have a background check done. This country is getting out of hand with this political correctness bullshit.
  16. 1 point
    Petee

    Where are the Plows!

    Hubby had to go to Altoona first thing this morning and had to detour a couple of times because roads were closed for whatever reasons. Stop complaining unless you want to drive a snow plow. Go slow and buy a 4WD! Be grateful for what you have and prepare for what you don't have!!
  17. 1 point
    mr.d

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Toasted double cheese sandwich, tomato soup, coleslaw, Mtn.Dew
  18. 1 point
    mr.d

    State of the Union

    Being an older woman it was a past her bed time , she got tired and frustrated threw a temper tantrum and needed her bottle.
  19. 1 point
    Sanibel

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Home made Italian wedding soup.
  20. 1 point
    Bon

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Spaghetti with Alfredo & bacon sauce, & meatballs.
  21. 1 point
    sapphire

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Superbowl party: Italian sliders, French onion beef sliders, pizza, wings, broccoli cheese balls, buffalo cauliflower, veggies and chips with dips, death by chocolate cake and "make your own" ice cream sundaes (sure glad that wasn't my kitchen... LOL 😳).
  22. 1 point
    sapphire

    Hey Grandpa, What's For Supper?

    Red Lobster: Lobster Lover's Dream (lobster tails with shrimp and lobster linguine Alfredo and broccoli).
  23. 0 points
    NEWS Paramedic responds to fire at own home that killed his daughter He responded to a call regarding a fire at his own home and treated his daughter, who later died of her injuries Getty Images Feb. 7, 2020, 1:11 PM EST / Source: TODAY By Scott Stump A veteran paramedic responded to a call about a house fire at his own address and where he found firefighters rescuing his daughter, who had become trapped in the home. Eddie Thomas gave his daughter CPR for cardiac arrest at the scene on Tuesday morning in Alamance County, North Carolina, but Candice Wynn, 40, later died of her injuries after being taken to a local hospital, according to the Altamahaw-Ossipee Fire Department. "I said it, I’d be a wreck out there," Fire Chief Edward Lipscomb Jr. told a local Fox affiliate. "Eddie never missed a beat, and that’s the kind of guy he is, he did everything he could." Thomas, a 30-year paramedic in Alamance County, was the only paramedic on the scene and rushed to treat his daughter in front of the house, according to a GoFundMe page set up to help raise money for Thomas and his family. "This is the absolute definition of the worst case scenario ever imaginable for anyone in public safety," Paul McNabb, a fellow paramedic with Alamance County, wrote on the fundraiser page. NEWSFrightening video shows police officer saving baby who stopped breathing "We’re family, and it’s heartbreaking to see that, and as a parent, I can’t imagine what he’s going through," Lipscomb said. The fire is still under investigation, according to the Altamahaw-Ossipee Fire Department. https://www.today.com/news/paramedic-responds-fire-own-home-killed-his-daughter-t173429?cid=referral_taboolafeed
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