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I may not like Al Gore or I may--That will not stop me from realizing that everything that we do on this earth has an effect! If we don't realize that, we will be gasping our last. I happen to have a SCIENTIST cousin that has been on the ground floor at the University of Illinois for most of his career studying the atmosphere. Those reports get burried in political arguing and never are seen by the public. How can you say there is no scientific evidence when clearly there is. Do I accpet everything every charlatan says? Heavens NO! However, I do recognize that much of the truth does not get to us. I happen to hear of a bit of it because of family. We had better listen!
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Thanks for posting this. I agree with swbones. Although I never served or took the oath, I was born to one who did and married one who did. Those of us who live outside of the metropolitan areas need to begin to take action against all of these "well educated idiots" who have no idea of life except their own.
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I agree with you 100% about dress codes. If parents would learn when to say yes and when to say no to their children, there would be no problem with wearing standard clothing. It is no more expensive to buy clothing that fits the guidelines than it is to buy the modish clothing that kids want to wear because they saw it on their favorite singer or on MTV or wherever. Just use good sense and send your kids to school dressed appropriately, and there will be no problem for your child.
I see no mention anywhere--in the discussion of Exelon's nuclear plant--of what will happen to the waste. Where do they plan to dump the waste? Until we know that, how can a reasonable person decide that it is a good idea or not? Because it will create an economic boon for the area in regards to jobs, is not sufficient reason to welcome it. The citizens and businesses in the area should all be concerned about the whole of the problem!