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I keep hearing that some of "The Clinton Chronicles" were "debunked". Having been involved in the investigation I haven't seen any factual part of it that isn't true - and the speculative parts either proved true or are reasonable assumptions.
Does anyone actually believe that the merger will be undone? Obviously that isn't possible and since its a civil administrative issue, no one will go to jail either. What exactly do those who oppose the merger expect to happen? What specifically do they want to happen if the FTC prevails?
They should all listen to Mr. Crowdis. He seems to be the only one with any sense of what the community requires of this commission.
He insulted the wrong people. Last we read about him in the Herald, I believe the article said he defaulted on his debts and was living with his mother.
Worst idea ever. You could put a Paula Deen RESTAURANT in Albany and it would fail.
I wonder who he means by "non-profits" which don't pay their share? Is it many, or just one?
I wonder why they refuse to represent their constituents?
For those who haven't figured this out yet, preachers are the single least-honest group in society. Law enforcement types are a close second, followed immediately by politicians, lawyers, hospital administrators and bankers.
See - there IS a bright side to the DCSS cheating scandal. Graduates of other school systems know not to call the cops when they own a grow house.
People who don't know anything about music consider Clapton a "deity." Those of us who actually DO know music know that Clapton is a hack-actually. His playing isn't even technically proficient. You want technical profiency among Clapton's "peers", look at Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, SRV, Joe Bonamassa, even Joe Walsh. I can outplay Clapton - and I'm a drummer.
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