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Sanibel

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  1. Look at that smile! You have much to be thankful for this year. She is such a blessing!
  2. Turkey, stuffing balls, mashed potatoes with gravy, homemade noodles, candied sweet potatoes, green beans, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie with whipped cream. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
  3. If the guy cheaped out and didn't pay for coverage available then I cede the discussion to you!
  4. I am willing to bet that this is not a coverage available. The first guy was lucky. Even his lawyer said the insurance company had no obligation to cover the damage. I looked at my homeowner's policy ( which is excellent) and can find no clause under which this would fall. I am not an insurance agent though so I speak with no certainty.
  5. I agree, but what about the other house that had $70,000 worth of damage and insurance did not cover any of it. The insurance company has no obligation to cover it.
  6. Yes! But the perp ran into some RANDOM house to which he had no connection. The homeowners are victims and there should be some kind of victim compensation fund in my opinion. The homeowner will never see any compensation from the perp.
  7. Happy Birthday! Have a great day!
  8. Sanibel

    halloween

    You are entitled to your opinion. My comment was based on children's safety, not comfort. Happy Halloween.
  9. Sanibel

    halloween

    Agree! They should have postponed as soon as the tornado watch was issued.
  10. I know better than to even get involved in this discussion, but you aren't entirely correct Bob. You CAN be fired...just not without just cause and due process. Will the union back you up? Not if you broke the law, but in most cases, yes. That is true of most unions, I believe. Retirement health insurance? Not in PA unless an individual school district offers it and most don't. As far as repercussions based on quality of output, that is no longer true in all cases. In Pennsylvania, students must take Keystone Exams in Biology, Algebra and English/Lit. If my students didn't achieve the state's mandated percentages in my subject, it would result in an unsatisfactory evaluation for me. If it happened three times In a row, that is grounds for dismissal. I didn't consider the salary as a great incentive when I started. My husband made more working in a factory. I was offered twice my starting salary to enter a management program at UPS where I worked during college. It wasn't what I wanted to do with my life. You are correct in that ALL students are not prepared for college. College is definitely not the correct career path for all students. You can't force student to take a college prep curriculum anymore than your college can refuse to accept them. All I can say is that I taught many students who were amazing workers and much more prepared for college than I ever was! (And I was a straight A student, college prep) Pension? I have no argument with you there. I am enjoying that very much!
  11. Those are a favorite at our house this time of year too. I have been unable to find them this year. ( There is a cheap knock-off at Dollar Tree but no dollop of peanut butter in the center!) I am wondering if they were made by the NECCO Company that closed down?
  12. She is so sweet! I love that onesie!
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