Comments by dan
Posted on November 7 at 2:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)
I was wondering why whoever it actually is wasn't talked about in the possibilities so I did some searching for a missing 63-year-old man and found this article from the Gazette in 1919 (almost 100 years ago!) of a missing 63-year-old Ballston Lake man who may have been in the Schenectady area. http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=19... It can't be him, right? That's way too long ago to have not been discovered by now.
Posted on November 3 at 3:28 a.m. (Suggest removal)
For those interested, there's a course map as a PDF available here - http://www.stockadeathon.com/2014/2014St...
Posted on October 31 at 10:58 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Thank you for talking sense, pollywog.
Posted on October 31 at 3:05 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Wow… the lack of knowledge is embarrassing. I hope you're joking, but in case you're not - Ebola is only contagious from very sick people. That's why doctors and nurses are the only ones getting it here. You're not going to get it from a bowling ball. I don't understand why that is so difficult to understand. It's rampant in WEST Africa (not South Africa as you so erroneously put it… but I guess lack of knowledge comes from all directions) because of the lack of skilled doctors. We send heroes over there to work with them and treat them. And they should be treated as such.
Posted on October 31 at 9:36 a.m. (Suggest removal)
I hope people understand that writer Roslyn Weiss is definitely not a doctor and has not studied ebola and made it clear she has no idea how the disease spreads. As the doctors who actually study ebola have repeated again and again - you CAN NOT spread ebola from sweat on a bowling ball, a cough or sneeze in the cafe or subway. It's horrible misinformation just designed to attack the good humanitarian doctors who go to countries where the virus is a genuine public concern. Shame on anyone who talks like that.
Posted on September 26 at 12:39 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Maybe it's just me, but I already planned to go to both. I wouldn't stay at either more than 2-3 hours, so there's easily enough time to make an appearance at both. I'd say the GreekFest/Italian Fest being on the same day is a bigger conflict because people wouldn't get dinners at both places… but I really haven't heard any complaints about it.
Posted on August 21 at 12:11 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Does anyone else think that the Corning Tower Observation Deck, which is usually closed on the weekends and has a great view of the hotel (as demonstrated in this April photo - http://alloveralbany.com/archive/2014/04... ), should be opened for the implosion?
Posted on August 13 at 5:46 p.m. (Suggest removal)
There's a Route 12 in Scotia?
Posted on July 8 at 9:59 a.m. (Suggest removal)
After reading the article and seeing their changes, I have to agree with the district. They just wanted her to say how her religion affected her, rather than her telling the graduates they needed to follow her religion. I think the biggest mistake of the school district was choosing a salutatorian who openly rejects proven science like evolution. No student of mine would receive a passing grade in science class if they couldn't understand something as basic as that.
As far as some of the other comments here, it's mind-blowing how little people understand America. I'll go through them one-by-one.
Pro-tech: There is not "Killings/Shootings everywhere." I looked all over my house, couldn't find a single killing or shooting. Not even in the couch cushions where things tend to hide. We do not "all lean on God". In fact, I barely know anyone who does. We've moved past that. And if you read the article, the school district said that if Rebekah wanted to give "thanks to God", she could. She just couldn't preach that the graduating class do the same thing. The district made the right choice.
Angelo: It's well-past time to go back to the original pledge of allegiance before the "under god" was added out of fears of communism in the 1950's. As far as "worse opinions that could be spread"… those would have been edited out as well. Freedom of Speech and the first amendment is alive and well, that's why we're able to read this article. You do understand that Freedom of Speech has nothing to do with salutatorian speeches, right?
Posted on May 5 at 1:57 p.m. (Suggest removal)
They are fascinating animals. Last month I learned about their "horaltic pose" when I saw one standing on an abandoned house in Glenville with its wings outstretched. Creepy and fascinating at the same time. I shot some video of it. http://dangoodspeed.com/shared/f/turkeyV...