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spaghettiwasted last won the day on November 5 2019

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  1. Yep I knew you'd be comin' for that one. DuBois Avenue and DuBois Street connect with each other, and you wanna know the best part? If you use Google navigation, she'll pronounce one as DooBwa and the other as DooBoys.
  2. Car wash at the intersection of DuBois & DuBois has a sign that says "Buy 5 coupons get 1 free roll of toilet paper" ... $50 for one roll of toilet paper ain't gonna be a bad price soon by the sounds of it.
  3. I'm not saying this didn't happen or that he shouldn't be held accountable if it did, but I do know the accused is highly autistic and mentally much younger than 24. That needs to be taken into account before immediately dubbing him as some sick creep that likes to touch little kids.
  4. I use Spotify and have for a good 5 years or so now. It's about $10 a month as well. Can't really compare it to iTunes Radio since I've never used it, but it is more than just radio. You can save your own library, create your own playlists with individual songs, etc. - you can also choose which songs, artists, or albums you want saved offline (so it doesn't use data, and is available if you're somewhere without signal to stream.) Member perks are an occasional thing too. For example they include a basic Hulu subscription with your Spotify subscription, and every so often you'll get another freebie or some kind of promotion. I actually just got a free Google Home Mini for being with them. Not sure how the two compare with availability of artists and albums, but I also don't know where I'd be without Spotify at this point, so there's that.
  5. Nobody told you how, when and where to get your oil changed. You asked for clarification on the law and you got it.
  6. Fed! This has been answered several times now. You do not have to be driving while intoxicated to be "in control" of a vehicle while intoxicated. All they need to prove is that you had the "ability" to drive while under the influence. It is extremely far-fetched to think any officer has the time or energy to actually enforce this by going hunting for drunk people changing their oil in their own driveway, but if it makes you that upset, maybe call your local lawmakers. Start a petition to change it.
  7. Not even a little bit, but I guess I can understand it to a degree. All it takes is one bad apple, blah blah... My question is do they ever actually enforce it? How many cops are going around searching driveways for drunk people changing their oil?
  8. Doesn't matter if the vehicle is moving or not. Still a DUI if you're in the driver's seat.
  9. I'd rather see Falls Creek have a locally owned variety shop or grocery store. Would be nice if someone (not DG) bought the old Willar's.
  10. BREAKING: Coroner: Clearfield Woman Who Died in House Explosion, Fire Was Homicide Victim Posted on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 by Gant Team in Crime, Local News, Top Stories (Photo by Julie Rae Rickard) (Photo by Kim Finnigan). CLEARFIELD – A Clearfield woman found dead after a house explosion and fire back in October was a homicide victim, says Clearfield County Coroner Kim Shaffer Snyder. According to previously-published GANT News reports, human remains were found in a building destroyed by an explosion and fire on the morning of Friday, Oct. 4, 2019 at 327. E. Market St., Clearfield. Shaffer Snyder confirmed Tuesday morning that the victim, Shanna Carlson, 34, died from “penetrating wounds to the head and right lung due to an explosive device.” The case has been ruled a homicide, she said. Shaffer Snyder said the investigation is currently ongoing between the Pennsylvania State Police Fire Marshal Unit, ATF (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms), Pennsylvania Attorney General, U.S. Attorney’s Office and the Clearfield County Coroner’s Office. The building, which housed several apartments, was completely destroyed and those living there lost everything, according to previous reports. Click here to read previous GANT News coverage.
  11. If this becomes reality, I foresee a lot of little bars around the area permanently closing their doors.
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