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Fire safety worth effort

April 4, 2013

A couple of recent fires provided us with a tragic reminder about how important fire safety is, especially when it comes to children....

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taxtired

Apr-04-13 11:25 AM

hmm. Guess it is time to outlaw matches and lighters to save lifes.

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rschweizer

Apr-04-13 12:28 PM

taxtired, you mean 'lives.'

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taxtired

Apr-04-13 12:33 PM

Yes and you need a life.

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rschweizer

Apr-04-13 12:41 PM

taxtired, Oh, I'm sorry, I was just in such a shock that you would someohow find a way to make this a political issue. Not.

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PleaseGetAClue

Apr-04-13 1:09 PM

RS...did you actually expect something less?

You've been here long enough to know...I'm just waiting for TOT to swing by and somehow blame these fires on Democrats

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TiredOfTax

Apr-04-13 1:33 PM

Hey they are banning salt, soda, fat, cigarettes, guns and ammo, and even ear buds... is it such a far reach to another INTRUSIVE LAW against another innate object? But if the matches ban saves a single life won't it be worth the inconvenience or rubbing two sticks together? WE NEED LESS GOVERNMENT!

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rschweizer

Apr-04-13 3:16 PM

TiredOfTax, God forbid they ban harmful things like fats and salts! Oh, the humanity!

And if you remember (I'm sure you do), but the soda ban was denied.

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rschweizer

Apr-04-13 3:17 PM

Actually, ToT, the soda ban wasn't a ban at all. Get your facts straight.

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PleaseGetAClue

Apr-04-13 3:34 PM

Disco: "Most landlords won't do that however cause they don't realize the way to make money is lose it on paper." I find it hard to believe that YOU would take advantage of a loophole.......LOL. Irony is everywhere

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PleaseGetAClue

Apr-04-13 3:35 PM

RS you know by now that TOT NEVER lets the facts get in the way

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taxtired

Apr-04-13 6:21 PM

rs and all the rest of your names: tells most people you have no life.

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taxtired

Apr-04-13 6:25 PM

Just your opinion which means nothing.

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taxtired

Apr-04-13 6:28 PM

RS with all your bs why do depend welfare ??

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taxtired

Apr-04-13 6:29 PM

you

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taxtired

Apr-04-13 6:31 PM

gotta hen peck on here. the site is to slow for typing with 2 hands

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TiredOfTax

Apr-04-13 9:27 PM

The town of Concord, Massachusetts is going on the books as the first city to institute a municipal ban on all bottled water sales, a move that critics point out as the latest instance of the “nanny state run amok.”

Ironically, the ban would still allow people to buy soda or sparkling water, just not liter-size or smaller bottles of H2O.

Water companies are outraged, saying that the ban deprives people of personal consumer choice, and also deprives them of the benefits of being able to choose a healthier drink. Businesses in the town are not happy, since they would lose sales when residents simply drive to the next town to buy their bottled water.

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taxtired

Apr-05-13 8:35 AM

That was meant for rs not you. I have rented houses in the past also. I stopped when the tenents rights were getting better then mine and I was the owner.

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