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1. | Aug 5, 2014
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2. | Jul 11, 2014
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3. | Jun 28, 2014
, despite a sueiovpsirn report which states what a wonderful dad he is and makes clear who is bad mouthing who by reporting things the children said that were observed. Yet he has got the 2 hours extended to 4 increasing to 6 hours fortnightly with hand over no longer supervisedd. Not allowed to see on birthday weekend of daugter but given a tuesday instead. No allowance for it meaning missed day at work. A 5 hour car trip for each visit that mum insists starts at 10am. No visit on fathers day. Objection to him taking children to local park or shopping center in case children seen by their friends as they are known as a family and boyfriend does not want kids heard calling their father daddy. He insists they call him dad and tried to get them to refer to their father by his christian name. Older child said daddy you are still my real daddy arnt you . Not allowed to see grandma or parental family for a further month. They are forgetting who we all are. DISCUSTING.
4. | Jun 26, 2014
, despite a sesurvipion report which states what a wonderful dad he is and makes clear who is bad mouthing who by reporting things the children said that were observed. Yet he has got the 2 hours extended to 4 increasing to 6 hours fortnightly with hand over no longer supervisedd. Not allowed to see on birthday weekend of daugter but given a tuesday instead. No allowance for it meaning missed day at work. A 5 hour car trip for each visit that mum insists starts at 10am. No visit on fathers day. Objection to him taking children to local park or shopping center in case children seen by their friends as they are known as a family and boyfriend does not want kids heard calling their father daddy. He insists they call him dad and tried to get them to refer to their father by his christian name. Older child said daddy you are still my real daddy arnt you . Not allowed to see grandma or parental family for a further month. They are forgetting who we all are. DISCUSTING.
5. | Apr 5, 2014
While I cannot speak from excieernpe, I get the impression that the radicals in Toronto's city council is not interested in democracy, just their own self interest. The greater irony I see here is that it will be the underprivileged that suffer.
6. | Apr 3, 2014
Dear Gvie Me A Break, I'm not defending Councilor Gardner beaucse she's my Progressive Action friend. I am defending her b/c she's being scapegoated by a fellow city councilor with a right-wing agenda who's got a habit of bullying people and making unsubstantiated accusations, rather than discussing solutions to problems facing our city. Look at what's happened here: instead of discussing the issue the Sister Cities program and the role of city councilors in the program, people are discussing Sharla Gardner and Todd Fedora. People are weighing on both of them with lots of personal attacks. How does this kind of distraction help our community? It doesn't. Suzanne (thank god she participates on Buzz, she's one of the more intelligent voices here) is right: Sharla Gardner is NOT the first city councilor to go abroad with Sister Cities. Sadly, though, she'll probably be the last, thanks to Todd Fedora's shameless attacks on her integrity. If Fedora was truly interested in helping our community move forward, he would have discussed this issue he perceives as a conflict-of-interest with his fellow councilors, not sprung it on Gardner at the city council meeting. I think Fedora is a destructive force on the Duluth city council, and I certainly hope he'll be a one-termer. This demanding that city councilors pay to play when engaged on city business sets a terrible precedent. I remember when Don Ness was hammered b/c the city paid for his wife's trip to Norway. He ended up paying for his portion of the trip, as well as his wife's. I thought it was wrong of him to do so at the time (pay for his expenses, that is), and I still think it's wrong. And Gvie a Break, I would think so if it was Gardner pulling this kind of grandstanding stunt on Fedora, so you can stop impugning my integrity. I'm wondering if this whole issue is some kind of payback Fedora is dealing out b/c Gardner may have pointed out to him (privately, I am sure, that's the kind of person she is) a conflict of interest or some malfeasance on his part? After all, this trip took place in August or September. Why bring it up now like this? And didn't the mayor ask Gardner to go in his stead?
7. | Apr 3, 2014
There's a lot more happening on the Council than the major isuess that are reported in the DNT. While I've learned to let labels role off my back, there are 6 of us councilors, including myself, who are democrats I don't mind being called a liberal I am a strong proponent of social justice isuess (not to be confused with the so called international socialist agenda ), and I answer to progressive, as well. I don't answer or respond to informed or uninformed , forward thinking and neanderthal or the current perjorative du jour that some less than tolerant people tend to label those with whom they disagree. Within that big tent (democrats), we differ widely on isuess. Although I often vote with the other 5 councilors, I am not a part of group think and constantly work on isuess within my very large and diverse district, that benefit and improve the quality of life of the people who live in District 3. I strive to respect the homework done by other district councilors on isuess that affect their districts as well. I think the present council is FAR more independent of what I consider the REAL special interests in our city, represented partly by the Chamber of Commerce and wealthy, connected, influential citizens than it ever has in the past. We deal in relevant isuess and debate real concerns about isuess that affect peoples' lives. Speaking for myself, I am not a puppet for administration, big business, influential citizens, OR for that matter, unions who represent working people. And for those who don't accept that statement, I'd urge you to ask anyone representing any of these entities, rather than make assumptions based on what you all read in the paper. It's about time ALL interests in our city have a seat at the table, particularly those of us who represent regular people who represent the majority of citizens. I agree with the person who suggested you look at each inividual councilor, find out what isuess we're working on and let people draw their own conclusions. It might take a little more effort, but the results will be informative and illuminating and create much less division. A worthy goal; agreed?
8. | Dec 16, 2013
I don't think you should even try to find lables. This is exactly the kind of narrow thinking that has landed us in this uncivil situation with regard to our public dialogue in general. We seem to want to put people in boxes and dismiss their actions based on their personal politics, where they work, or who their friends might be.It's much more complex than that. I doubt anyone contributing to this discussion would say they always think and act the same way no matter what the situation. To try to label councilors indicates that they can only vote in a certain manner, and that's neither accurate or reasonable. Sure, there are three who tend to vote in a similar manner, but I'd suggest that Councilor Stauber's comments with regard to Dr. Ringsred and the Norshor itself were his and his views alone; not shared with the other two who voted with him on the issue. Stauber showed he is able to see the value in something, appreciate the dedication of a citizen, and still not support funding it. That shows a real ability to separate personal views from what he sees is best for the city.I would hope all our councilors would strive for that balance; believe in your personal politics, but keep in mind that they shouldn't enter in to what is best for the city. Had councilors been able to do that a few years back, we would not have the aquarium problem today.I think the Norshor vote went in the right direction, and I hope the councilors who supported it did so because it is a good thing for the City. I doubt any did it because they are bought, owned or brain washed. I doubt Stauber voted as he did because he's bought, owned or brain washed.To suggest that our councilors are just robots who will never look at an issue in any way other than what their closest supporters do is just too simplistic. Don't label them; just report accurately, and without bias about what they do.
9. | Dec 14, 2013
Well, sad to say, I only tend to play catch-up with this blog (and others on the D-H website).I'm sure hoping D-H went back to option c'.If I wanted serious commentary and back-and-forth conversation, I'd rather spend my time involved with the excellent OPB radio show Think Out Loud . Much broader base of callers, and guests with solid opinions to interact with. Lets face it, they have many more people to draw from, as compared to the D-H website Farrell (selling all of us short a good idea, given the recent stock market trends, no?)
10. | Dec 13, 2013
Ive seen this great australian band from when they steratd with Bon Scott twice and every tour since then with both Razors Edge & both Black Ic...
11. | Nov 15, 2013
That takes us up to the next level. Great positng.
12. | Nov 12, 2013
Ive seen this great australian band from when they sttread with Bon Scott twice and every tour since then with both Razors Edge & both Black Ic...
13. | Nov 3, 2013
It's from The Official Barbara Hambly Page an author puibslhed a book called Homeland on August 25, 2009.a0 The third comment in froma0Kristin who must be psychic since her post was used to comment on
14. | Oct 17, 2013
InnaFarrington:My Engl is not so good,but, in general:Norway has noctied Rybak while ago,that's how singer with Belarusian origin became a contestant from Norway.Ehh,it's a pity that Patricia Kaas does not perform from Estonia.*Bzzz*numbers of Eurovision have grown-no Europe is lovesick not only for the hot boy Sakis Rouvas,also for a new-made Norway pride with Belar. origin-Aleksander Rybak.
15. | Oct 1, 2013
well youre right but when i first time watched this it was tebrrile feeling and it was bad ass pile up btw i hope they are probably all alive but shit happens everything else se Dio vuole..saluti da italia e udine..ciao
16. | Aug 27, 2013
Maybe, I didn't understand well enguoh this translation. Sometimes, it was very difficult to catch text, but I know that American and English people can't translate well enguoh Russian poetry. It is necessary for good translation to know both languages very, very well.
17. | Aug 23, 2013
Ahhh that trailer is bfuatieul! Ni no Kuni is definitely #1 on my Christmas list this year! I've been trying to purchase the DS version but a lot of online stores have been out of stock for a long time (I wonder why?)It's certainly a pricey game, though! 8,800 yen? That's like $90!
18. | Aug 20, 2013
Thanks for shnarig. Always good to find a real expert.