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Posted on August 31 at 3:29 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Thank God we have intelligent people like Roy Neville who can sort through the facts for us, and not everyone is a war hawk like wmarincic, who never has a nice thing to say about anyone who has a brain in their head. Thank you, Roy Neville for your thoughts on the situation.


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Posted on August 31 at 3:20 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I am proud to be a citizen of Schenectady, and love telling people so.


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Posted on August 31 at 3:16 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I am sure the preferred term is native American.


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Posted on May 11 at 3:51 p.m. (Suggest removal)

My wife has often tried, and successfully too, to do all her Christmas shopping in downtown. It can be down by those of us who love Schenectady. We love our city and love downtown. Please, if you love Schenectady too, try to spend money in our retailers' shops. There is so much to love in our city. Let's continue to make it work for all of us.


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Posted on December 18 at 3:04 p.m. (Suggest removal)

You have to understand, Safny. Wmarincic is such a hater of America that he will do anything to put down a supposed "liberal" even when there has been no indication that someone is liberal. Your understanding of ChuckD's post was absolutely right. Wmarincic has been doing this for months and months now. I am surprised the Gazette has not cut him off yet!


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Posted on July 13 at 9:57 p.m. (Suggest removal)

We in the Stockade will be so happy to have Joyce and Artur back in their market. My wife and I have already decided to buy as much as we can from them. They are wonderful people, and we simply love having Arthur's Public Market in our little community. Please, fellow Stockadians, let's really support the neighborhood market this time. It is the heart of our beloved Stockade!


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Posted on March 21 at 2:30 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Wmarincic. The more you dig your hole....the further you fall into it. Your exact quote was "Every teacher in Israel is armed." Not "All teachers in Israel are armed." So telling us now that you made a one word slip won't cut it. Sorry, but the record is clear. Why do you try to weasel out of it now? And in so doing, you now accuse Representative Nancy Pelosi and Senator Dianne Feinstein of lying? Sir, I do wish you would check your record against theirs. It seems that when you point your finger at them for lying, three other fingers are pointing back at you.


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Posted on March 20 at 9:39 p.m. (Suggest removal)

So you now admit you were telling the readers of these letters that you were being untruthful with them? Yes, it is true that schools have guards, but your statement that "Every teacher in Israel is armed," you now admit is a falsehood. I am glad you finally admit that you are untruthful here in your posts, Wmarincic.

Also, it is interesting that the only thing you can pin on me is that I copy and pasted real and true information from an actual source to prove your untruths! Oh well!!!


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Posted on March 20 at 6:01 p.m. (Suggest removal)

It is simply NOT TRUE that every teacher in Israel is armed. There may be some exceptions in dangerous areas like the West Bank (where five percent of Israelis live), but in general, Israeli teachers are not walking around like it’s the Wild Wild West, strapped with a six shooter. One only has to read any one of several references on the internet to realize that extreme right winger wmarincic is again wrong. Oh well. We have seen his errors before, and I am sure we will again.


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Posted on March 16 at 2:32 p.m. (Suggest removal)

The point that muggy leaves out is that there will be 30 million new customers of health care, and that will be great for all aspects of the health care field, including the medical device companies. All of these formerly uninsured people suddenly having insurance means that they should be willing do do a little bit in order to make it happen. And it's not just medical device companies. Hospitals will do better because now they will not have uncompensated care in emergency rooms. Same thing for doctors. These people are doing really well already, and now they are going to have 30 million more customers. Finally, nobody should go bankrupt when they get sick in this country.

And muggy, when you quote someone, (using quotation marks) it behooves you to state the exact quote.


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