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Posted on May 17 at 3:38 p.m. (Suggest removal)

2nd to last paragraph, "Even The Daily Gazette"...

What exactly is Justin Mason implying?

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Posted on April 3 at 6:33 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Let me quote a guy I work with who had advised me on the sale price of a John Deere riding lawn mower to a guy driving in from down state, "They got the money."

From: Saratoga Lake launch site open for boats; $8 fee returns

Posted on April 3 at 5:48 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Pets... Only with proof of neglect.

Children... Certainly.

From: Should the government limit the number of pets you can own?

Posted on March 27 at 7 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Just a random thought... it could have happened to anyone:

I see the supreme court house and contemplate the similarities of America's monuments to those of other (mostly extinct) civilizations. That is, "Is it best to? How can we? Why bother?".

Of course it is natural to pose a survey question like, "Should U.S. Supreme Court proceedings be televised?"

Now my reality check: Can you see how such a small group (similar to our electoral system) is akin to "Why Bother." Can you imagine trying to speak for every individual? (Now is probably not a good time to throw in New York State's Redistricting concerns.)

Yes, air the chamber. The pretty Spanish marble floor is worth displaying. Just remember, this is you tax dollars at work. Did everyone eat tonight?

From: Should U.S. Supreme Court proceedings be televised?

Posted on January 10 at 9:46 a.m. (Suggest removal)

I would like to see the gas price map overlaid with state taxes. I would *guess* that the higher the state tax, the more distributors/stations will charge. That is not supply and demand, that is greed feeding greed.

From: /gasprices/ -- Daily Gazette Gas prices

Posted on December 29 at 6:43 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Look at the positive side.

Here in Schenectady, the dumpster divers are happy!

They tear through the garbage for the recyclables and can make out like bandits.

I just hope I didn't through out that credit card statement I just paid.

Happy New Year!

From: Holiday season no treat for garbage collectors

Posted on December 29 at 6:37 p.m. (Suggest removal)

And what happens when the box stores that drove local businesses out, fold in on themselves?

We end up with less box stores to hold competitive pricing down.

Happy New Year!

From: More than 100 Sears, Kmart stores to close

Posted on December 29 at 6:31 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I work for a newspaper and guess that most other newspapers struggle with Internet based technology. You see, they have been doing the same thing for so long, change isn't easy for them. Sure they are making a mess but at least they are trying.

From: NY Times mistakenly offers discounts to 8.6 million addresses

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