Not to mention teeth. Around here, meth freaks are a dime a dozen and even if you can't see them shaking and all paranoid their teeth give them away every time.
YES, the value of investigative reporting is extreme. Shows the Journal has some chutzpah and Ryan has the nose. Good job all around and keep snooping.
Hold tight, folks. The wolves are at the door. Pretty much like everywhere else.
Just what is the message, Francis? The Journal is about people, politics and art. Not so much politics in this photo essay, but plenty about people and art. And time and history. What's wrong with that?
Excellent. Nothing like the past to show the fragility of the present.
That's funny. A man who couldn't finish school won't resign from the school board he was never elected to because the Commies are out to get him.
After reading the words coming from his lips (aka, lies, ignorance and feigned ignorance) I think it time for an audit of all of Danco's business dealings with government contracts.
This man reminds me of George Bush, completed detached from reality and wondering how people could possibly disagree with him (unless, of course, they have been brainwashed by "lefties," as if plagiarism and lying are party-line issues.)
Why is it, that when integrity and honesty become a public issue, it is called a communist witch hunt? Trying to change the subject, are we?
You are right, Dan, it is not about the speech. Now it is about YOU and your lack of fitness for holding public office.
ASSCAP couldn't care less about the bands, which get a miniscule percentage of the fees. The fees are not keeping music alive, they are helping to kill it off.
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