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  1. RR208 commented on Phil Hands 14 days ago

    The founding fathers had many deep faults also, including dramatic personal arguments.
    The lesson from history is great things happen when we reach compromise forged out of the fire of debate.

  2. RR208 commented on Signe Wilkinson about 1 month ago

    4 weeks of mandatory testing this year; perhaps it is time to have time to teach.
    Nope. The first two days of the next school year are devoted to mandatory testing. We want to show growth.

  3. RR208 commented on Boomerangs 3 months ago

    Walk the connected path with guidance, don’t try to make the path go away, because you can’t.

  4. RR208 commented on FoxTrot 4 months ago

    Kids watch the show at another house.
    You cancel library cards, or restrict them.
    But better to have discussions and consequences.

  5. RR208 commented on Robert Ariail 8 months ago

    Either Republican or Democrat there is a disconnect between what people on the ground report as truth and what elected officials want to hear and believe.
    A rough time to be in the State Dept.

  6. RR208 commented on FoxTrot 9 months ago

    Truth!
    A classic. Well done Mr. Amend.

  7. RR208 commented on Jeff Stahler 10 months ago

    And the Utah National Guard will not send the agreed upon road building help to Colorado because of the impending shut down. Winter is coming.

  8. RR208 commented on Joe Heller 10 months ago

    @ Deerflatener
    Columbine and the Aurora Theater come to mind; not many restrictions on guns in Colorado. Guns are a normal part of the communities and are used in hunting and multiple gun ranges.

  9. RR208 commented on FoxTrot Classics 11 months ago

    @twypsi: It’s roughly $200/year depending on how you subscribe. Many subscribers loan out issues after they’ve read them. If a kid wants to read it any physics teacher will be happy to provide it.

  10. RR208 commented on Bob Gorrell 11 months ago

    The mid-east is a tar baby.
    The less we touch it, the better the results for us.