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spaghettiwasted last won the day on June 24 2016

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  1. spaghettiwasted

    Bride Orders 450 Burgers For Wedding Guests

    The RV parking would make it an even bigger hit then for the seasonal Treasure Lakers. I really do wish someone would get on the ball in getting that side of town developed. So much opportunity.
  2. spaghettiwasted

    Bride Orders 450 Burgers For Wedding Guests

    I wish we had a Cracker Barrel. It would do so well off exit 101 if we got another store or two out there.
  3. spaghettiwasted

    Rollover in Library parking lot

    This... happened before?! How do you gain enough speed in that parking lot to flip over like that?
  4. Incredibly curious as to how this could happen? (Also, obviously, be careful heading through there for now.)
  5. spaghettiwasted

    3 Small Dogs Sighted in Reynoldsville

    I'm always armed with a leash and some treats. I have no shame in running down Main Street chasing after a dog like a psycho, either. If I can help them I definitely will.
  6. spaghettiwasted

    Farmer's Inn

    Yay!!
  7. spaghettiwasted

    3 Small Dogs Sighted in Reynoldsville

    Doesn't sound like it was any of them, but I saw a medium-ish black dog running down Main Street just a little bit ago. Turned around to try and find it and it vanished. Searched every side street for about half an hour but couldn't find it anywhere. Do you know of any updates on the original 3?
  8. spaghettiwasted

    3 Small Dogs Sighted in Reynoldsville

    I work in town, I will keep an eye out for them.
  9. spaghettiwasted

    shelter dogs

    Eh, I guess I'm in the minority here. I would far rather shell out $200+ to a group of people who put the money towards saving more animals, then give it to a breeder who only cares about money in lieu of the animals' health and well being. And yes, home checks can seem like a bit much, but the example Petee gave is only one of many. There are plenty of people who go into shelters to find pitbulls to use as bait in fights, people who want to add another dog to their hoard of 30 starving and living in their own feces, so on and so forth. Home checks are there for that reason. Some shelters have rules more strict than others, but if I was "selling" a dog to what should be its forever home, I would absolutely want to know that said home was more beneficial to the dog than the shelter. As a side note, I have a rescued pitbull and he is the sweetest dog you could ever ask for, nothing but a big baby. Great with kids. Quite frankly after getting him, I don't know if I'd ever get a different breed again. They are easily one of the sweetest, most loyal breeds you can find. As for the "it's a dog, not a child" comment... that irks me. Sorry. But a dog cannot care for itself, it relies solely on YOU to do that for them. For a dog, you, their human, are their everything. So yes. You must take (damn near) the same level of care for the dog as you would with a child. A dog is not a possession. In my personal opinion, (and no this is not meant as a jab at anyone but rather a generalized statement) if you think a one-time fee of $200 is too much to pay for an animal that will love you unconditionally and never leave your side until the day they die, then you shouldn't get one.
  10. spaghettiwasted

    Full Moon

    Are you new here? She has been absolutely horrendous to deal with. hor·ren·dous həˈrendəs,hôˈrendəs/ adjective extremely unpleasant, horrifying, or terrible. Steve did us all a MAJOR favor by removing her and her consistently toxic "opinions." Say "thank you" rather than trying to school him on words I am confident he already knows the definition to, enjoy the lessened amount of childish, unwarranted personal attacks all over this forum, and then tonight when you feel like getting on here again and criticizing this website owner's rules and ideas to make this a better place for all of us, who, mind you, reap the benefits of his time and effort for FREE, go outside and enjoy the full moon and the peepers instead.
  11. Another article I read said they are not going to stop selling it entirely - just removing it from the checkout lines.
  12. spaghettiwasted

    Need Advice

    Any liability you can keep from entering your own hands in this case I think would be best, so I would try and leave it up to the cops. Most important part in my opinion, is definitely emphasize that she is unaware she is causing problems due to her mental health, so they don't immediately jump her like a criminal with terrible intentions. Most officers have a sheet with them (or at least have access to it) with phone numbers and addresses for local mental health centers, crisis lines, etc. - if they cannot solve this issue or lead her where she needs to go, then perhaps I might seek advice from an independent agency?
  13. spaghettiwasted

    Need Advice

    That too ^
  14. spaghettiwasted

    Need Advice

    Honestly, I would call the cops. Just make sure it's well known that it's not necessarily an emergency, they're nice people and you don't want to press charges. They can try to get her the help she needs, or if all else fails and things escalate, they were at least made aware of the situation prior to. Perhaps they can dig and find some family to help get things sorted out.
  15. Aaaand another one! JUST IN: Fifth Case Filed Against Punxsutawney Woman Accused of Wrongfully Entering into Timbering Contracts Posted on Friday, March 23, 2018 by Gant Team in Crime, Local News, Top Stories YOUNG TOWNSHIP – A 70-year-old Punxsutawney woman, Lana S. Laughbaum, who has been accused of wrongfully entering into timbering contracts, is facing a felony theft charge in a fifth case. According to Punxsutawney-based state police, on Dec. 13, 2017, Laughbaum entered into a timbering contract with Blose Logging Inc. of Punxsutawney. The business paid $7,500 to Laughbaum to perform timbering work on her land. Blose Logging was subsequently advised that there was a lien placed on Laughbaum’s land on Jan. 7, 2016. She was banned from selling anymore timber until it was satisfied. The lien was still in effect on the date of the contract agreement, and Laughbaum entered into it while allegedly knowing she didn’t have the right to do so. On Friday, Laughbaum was charged with a felony count of theft by deception. She was initially charged in three separate cases Monday and a fourth case was filed Wednesday. State police say the investigation is still ongoing, and anyone with information is asked to call 814-938-0510.
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