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After the much long-awaited release, Sarah Palin‘s emails are here. Journalist and news crews awaited the boxes upon boxes of the 25,000 emails at the state administrative building in Juneau this Friday.
It is beginning said that the emails show Palin’s hard work as Governor of Alaska during her term for 2006-2008.
The documents are being scanned by Times Data Desk to have them available online for all to view.
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In New Mexico a man bashes ex-girlfriend in her decision to have an abortion. Mr. Fultz, 35 years-old put up a billboard depicting him and a 2 month old baby. Words on the sign saying “”This Would Have Been A Picture Of My 2-Month Old Baby If The Mother Had Decided To Not KILL Our Child!”
The ex-girlfriend wants the sign down. They have taken it all the way to court. She feels the sign invades her privacy. Mr. Fultz feels it his right to free speech.
In my opinion is he has missed the big picture. The situation shouldn’t have found its way on a billboard. Now if we look a bit deeper, this situation has little to do with the abortion and more to do with communication.
Why, I must ask, if the abortion is true did the woman feel she needed to do it? I have great views on abortion. But I think in this situation you can clearly see that lack of communication. How does the billboard make the situation better? The baby is no longer and now they are in court.
Please, in this day and age can we find some common sense. Is nothing private?
Just to be fair, I understand the hurt that one must have when a baby is lost, but we must look within in ourselves to find why a situation like this might happen. So now that the billboard is up does the man think it will bring the baby back. I think it displays his lack of maturity and maybe an underlined reason why the woman decided to have an abortion.
I don’t think he will be having any babies soon.
Clarice Taylor died at the ripe age of 93 on May 30, 2011. Public viewing for the actress on Tuesday, June 7 from noon to 4 pm.
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Grandmother on The Cosby show in the famous scene when Rudy sings on the happy anniversary episode.
If anybody has ever seen Sesame Street in the 80’s you would have seen her. I remember her raspy voice.
A man from Utah
who disputed his $25 dollar medical bill paid with 2,500 in pennies. After inconveniencing staff with
inappropriate handling of strewn coinage. The police was called and cited the man with a disorderly conduct ticket.
Personally I think this was a waste of police man power. I’m not saying the man conducted himself tactfully but if he had thrown a $20 and a $5, I think they would have just pick up the money and called it a day. If the Utah man was being disruptive then what happen to calling security and having him put out.
I don’t think we should be issued a ticket every time we have a bad day. I think he should have gotten a warning. And if he did it again then maybe a ticket would be needed to deter his behavior.