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I keep hearing, "Lose weight. Your pain will be gone." I've lost weight, and I still have terrible pain.
I can't help but believe that Bill Stewart is looking down on WVU and Coach Holgorsen with a big smile on his face. I think karma is here to stay.
Living in Charleston my entire life, I was so proud of the large, hand-cut stones along the riverbank. They looked so beautiful, and I knew the time it took to cut them. But these smaller rocks look cheap and tacky. And now to find out they're doing away with the beautiful stone-cut steps is sickening.
St. Albans needs a Bob Evans restaurant.
Every time you turn the TV on, they're preaching about these teenagers smoking cigarettes. Why don't they say something about all the drugs? That's what they need to stop. A little cigarette isn't going to hurt them.
Rather than saying bad things about Marshall, people ought to be happy and proud that we have a team from our state going for a championship. That's the way it should be. I'm a Marshall fan, and I like to see West Virginia win too, but this year it's about Marshall.
Unbelievable that Holgorsen and his assistants would cost over $14 million to get rid of. I say, fire Oliver Luck, and all the ticket buyers should boycott next season.
Way to go, Becky Jordon. That needed to be done 10 years ago. Not soon enough.
George W. Bush did nothing to prevent the outsourcing of jobs during the eight years that he was in office. Now President Obama is trying to bring those jobs back, and the Republicans are doing nothing.
Solar power and/or wind power are upcoming industries that we need. Coal is not going to last forever. Duh.
Going to check my own insurance policy, which has raised over $200 per month in the last 14 months. I'm going to make sure this 80-year-old couple is not paying for maternity benefits, drug rehab or child dental care. Perhaps we should all check. It's enough to drive one to drink.
Went to church yesterday only to discover that the doors had been locked. Apparently the pastor didn't want to chance getting out in a little snow to do God's work. I sure am glad all churches don't follow his example. I was warmly received at another church in the same neighborhood.
It's interesting how U.S. media ignore Israeli Jewish violence and vandalism against Palestinian Muslims and Christians. People are beaten, olive groves cut down, and anti-Christian and anti-Muslim graffiti is spray-painted on churches and mosques -- and not a word from U.S. media.