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Mr. Happy April 19, 2014 at 10:09 AM
It' nice to see my post has generated such interest. The problem with the lights asRead More"Resident&q uot; says is that a qualified company generously donated their time to hang the lights. For some reason, they have not returned to remove them. In baseball, a player can make a great play but then drop the ball- making half a play. Comcast cable has made half a play. Hopefully the council will get them back to complete the play and keep The Beach from becoming the joke-at-the-shore.
FIMF the ll April 19, 2014 at 10:50 AM
@Mr Yappy, let me preface by thanking you for soliciting the keen interest of the masses. It'sRead Morecert ainly been an interesting and meaningful read. However, I fail to see where your baseball analogy makes sense or is applicable. The aforementioned dropping of the ball negates the 'great play' which you alluded to thus rendering said play as not great at all, though perhaps a valiant effort. I suppose it's a half empty/ half full type of circumstance. If the lights are not taken down by those that generously installed them, should not the community be thankful for having the lights at all? Somehow, I seem to think that some way an accommodation can be made and those lights will someday shine again. Certainly, it would be a shame if said lights were never more. I do have an outside the box idea to resolve this issue, since this is apparently a pissing match over whom is responsible for the lighting and who will pay for it. This is what you need to do: you need to find someone (even if covertly) to hang a religious symbol such as a Menorah or a Nativity figure on the dangling decos and the ACLU will swoop down like a buzzard on road kill and ,*poof *, the lights WILL come down. You needn't thank me; consider it a public service. With that issue resolved, I feel compelled to apprise you of another situation that concerns me greatly. By all appearances, your old acquaintance ( shall we say) @Spooner seems to have taken up residence at the bottom of a bottle. I'm not talking about a little foray in to the darker side, but rather a full tilt bottoming out. Any ideas how she may purge these demons before societal degradation ensues? I only ask because I care and thought that you probably would as well. Regards, and Happy Easter if you celebrate such a thing.
ED April 19, 2014 at 12:30 PM
Penn Cross, I disagree with you. Manasquan's, Spring Lake and Asbury all have a better downtownRead Moreatmo sphere than pt. pleasant. Pt. Pleasant is outdated like their hanging snow flakes that they couldn't afford to put up or take down. The million dollar bathroom being built is not in the downtown area where it is needed the most.
educatedsmallbizowner March 23, 2014 at 03:35 AM
Great... Nurses holding an event at a bar... How many health issues are related to ALCOHOL,Read Moreaddictio ns and mental health issues like OCD.... Now I know what is wrong with our american healthcare system... maybe it is not Obama-care, but maybe the over compensated health care "professionals" and foreign health care workers our corrupt politicians allow ridiculous tax/business breaks to and or allow into this country that take american jobs and the financial resources there-of and support other countries with it... I am gonna love it when our corrupt health care system falls apart and Americans fix it..
educatedsmallbizowner March 23, 2014 at 03:41 AM
For the record NURSES maybe you should be promoting this instead of being the route causeRead Morethere-of.. . Oh i forgot JOB SECURITY is more important these days... Diabetes Self-Management Education Wednesdays, March 5, 12 and 19; April 2, 9 and 16; and May 7, 14 and 21 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. More than 25.8 million people in the U.S. are affected by diabetes. The Center for Healthy Living at Kimball Medical Center is piloting a new schedule for the Diabetes Self-Management Education program for March, April and May. Recognized by the American Diabetes Association, this program offers education for those living with diabetes on managing the disease so they can maintain healthy, active lives and reduce their risk for complications. Taught by registered nurses and registered dietitians – all certified diabetes educators – the program also includes a presentation by Christopher Blakeslee, DPM, a podiatrist at Kimball Medical Center. Sessions are held at Kimball’s Center for Healthy Living, located at 198 Prospect Street in Lakewood. A doctor’s prescription is required. Registration is required by calling 1.888.724.7123.
Michael April 14, 2014 at 06:03 AM
To quote Patch 'Use of Service' policy : You may use this Service solely for personal andRead Morenon-commer cial purposes. That is to say: You can’t use the Service to make a living unless you enter into a separate agreement with us that says you can.
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