Comments by alexa144
Posted on September 5 at 12:54 a.m. (Suggest removal)
For anyone who has dietary restrictions, such as celiac, it can certainly be a challenge. I have a few allergies to add to add to the list. They are as well as wheat, soy, dairy, walnuts, almonds, cinnim0n and artificial sweeteners. I can eat all of the other foods.
Soy is very common due to the fact that many restaurants use soybean oil. If they use soybean the likelihood of cross contamination is very high. Unfortunately it is cheap and so it is used.
I make cheese cake that I can eat that is wonderful. Most recipes I can make so I can enjoy them.
There are gluten free restaurants but many of them have soy in what they serve. Artificial sweeteners are also in foods in restaurants. I am still able to eat out, however, I am very careful. Being sick because a restaurant does not understand how long I will be sick is just not happening.
To all of us who have this problem I wish us well and happy eating. Betty Murphy
Posted on August 26 at 10:34 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I recently had a tenant who used (repeatedly) a grill on a covered porch. I told him this was against fire code and he told me he could do whatever he wanted. Those kinds of tenants will not be affected by the standard lease because they are simply not bright enough to understand anything. It is unfortunate that we as landlords have to deal with such low lives. We do need some protection and I resent anyone who is defending tenants who simply refuse to follow any rules. Elizabeth Alexandria Sutton
Posted on March 29 at 7:57 p.m. (Suggest removal)
A case of the punishment did not fit the crime. If the young boy apologized that was enough punishment. In spite of the crime he is now an angel who did not deserve what hid grandmother did to him.