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They'll go free because the government does'nt want to or can't answer to where the peanut/food inspectors were during this ??? peanuts are one of the most inspected (supposedly) food products in America, not only the nut itself but warehouses cold storages, etc. etc. are also constantly inspected (supposedly) yet these peanuts went from the planted seed all the way to the finished eaten product ???? were the inspectors asleep, incompentant or paid off to let'em ride ? THAT is the story that should be researched.
Show me where I passed judgement in what I wrote ?? You guys are the ones passing judgement, I sign several farm commodity contracts every year, they are pretty standard nation-wide other than the set prices, some years the prices go down, and I WIN, some years the prices go up, and I LOSE ! Thats the nature of contracts, being "locked in". You said you were a Notary, thats a very long distance from being a legal expert so you can try convincing some others of your vast legal knowledge, not me.
Not sure how often you read farm commodity contracts or if you ever have but brother your wrong ! they are very simple. A contract protects "both" parties on terms agreed to. Look at your last sentence, if that was the case then why did the farmers sign ?? most farmers these days are college graduates and are not dummies and I'm pretty sure they were'nt forced into signing. Failing to pay as agreed is wrong no doubt, if he did'nt pay as agreed the justice system will definetly set things right, PER the agreed signed contracts by "both" parties.
I agree 100%, the fall-out from a move like this will last for decades. I say this is a bad move and the commissioners/administrator will pay dearly later when the public trust is gone and a new SPLOST is needed. If the money is'nt to be used as voted on then give everyone a rebate in the form of a 1 time property tax/advalorum tax relief.
Why not just name the highway "Memorial Drive", that way all the past service men/women who gave their lives will be honored, future casualties also. Maybe add a stone marker along side the road with their names listed. That would be much more fitting.
Nah, storage unit in the parking lot screams "outside job", LOL
I have absolutley no problems with one drinking but do think there is a proper setting for doing so. Yes, a few years back a funeral home was denied a license locally for such. I quess some "leaders: would have no problem with MADD ( mothers against drunk drivers ) holding a benifit with alcohol served to promote safe driving ??? I personally think the Girls Club leaders fail "big time" with this idea. I'm sure others opinions vary on this subject.
Yea commissioners and Girl leaders, lets set a great example for the Girls Club, show them how drinking is acceptable today among society when money/society is involved ! Why not let funeral homes have alcohol license to serve drinks too so we can celebrate at funerals for our departed friends.
Lets not forget that Ga. already has one of the highest tag/tax rates on vehicles in the country. Example, my wifes vehicle tag/tax in Ga. is $475, same vehicle in Fla. is $89, same vehicle in Ala. $85. I'd like to hear Rynders explain those differences in public without stepping on his tongue, All this is due to them bowing to the political squeeze of the Georgia Automobile Dealer Ass.against "casual" sales which hurt them. If you remember all of this happened back in the 90's too !
Its strange that 3 weeks ago in the same court a local bank teller was found guilty of fraudgently cashing a few tax return checks for her "freinds" and she's sent packing then and there to serve her sentence. Something is definetly wrong and its happening right under our noses when people can steal 10+ million dollars and are only sentenced to a 1 or 2 year term and are then given the opition to report at their descrition. When released they file bankruptcy thru the same court while they have a nice tidy sum waiting for them in a Cayman Islands Bank to live happily ever after. The end of the story goes....."with liberty and justice for all", gotta love it !!
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