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    Yesterday, 02:05 PM
    Great input! I deal with those "kids" after they turn 18 and feel the same way. Welcome or BGP!
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    Oct 16, 17, 04:51 PM
    I see no problem if it keeps the officer and the child safe. Might also send a message to other would be offenders. I would be interested in what a teacher who works with difficult children thinks.
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    Oct 16, 17, 04:46 PM
    So, are you going to fight it? You are obviously right, but might be more than an $8.00 headache to fix.
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    Oct 16, 17, 04:42 PM
    The Boy Scouts built a great program as did the Girl Scouts. If there were problems or discontent within the Girl Scouts, then change the Girl Scouts. Don't take over the boys program. As a woman, I find this embarrassing for my gender. There is something to be said for same gender clubs that build strength, self esteem, self worth, and friendships. Anytime boys and girls are mixed together, it changes the focus entirely.
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    Oct 14, 17, 09:54 PM
    Nothing! My daughter was also a Girl Scout. I thought the whole purpose was to develop friendships, fellowship, build self esteem among other girls. My son was a Boy Scout. I thought the same thing for him. Boy/girl relationships add a component that complicates the original intent of both programs.
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    Oct 14, 17, 09:37 PM
    As a woman, and former Girl Scout, I am against it. There is something to be said for clubs that allow you to develop in a healthy manner with members of your own sex. The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts have been independently successfull for decades. Why change now? Thoughts?
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    Oct 13, 17, 10:12 PM
    Big Zig, you and I came from the same era. I watched the game tonight with a Ludlow friend. Truly, I was hoping for a close game like we both remember. I respect the Ludlow community, and have no doubt we will duel again!
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    Oct 8, 17, 11:55 PM
    We had a crab apple trees once. We never picked them, so of course, they eventually fell off. Brought nothing but crows and bees. Would have gladly given permission to anyone who wamted them.
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    Oct 7, 17, 09:44 PM
    What about Buggs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Sylvester, and Tweety? Then you can sing, "Overture, curtain, lights..."
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    Oct 7, 17, 08:48 PM
    I am curious to know why you think Ludlow "deserves" to be district champs?
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    Oct 7, 17, 08:18 PM
    I have been around a lot of years, and have seen an overconfident Beechwood team lose to an underdog more than once. Doesn't happen often, but that's why they play the game. Looking forward to seeing Blackburn play. That being said, I still believe the Tigers will roll. Beechwood 35 Ludlow 14
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    Oct 7, 17, 11:15 AM
    Congratulations Panthers!
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    Oct 6, 17, 10:19 PM
    Beechwoodfan replied to a thread Flu shots in BGP Break Room
    I would be highly suspicious of your doctor friend. I know a lot of doctors in a variety of specialties. Not one of them would say that. I have a good friend who works as a pediactric ICU nurse. No way will she or her children ever miss a flu shot.
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    Oct 5, 17, 11:05 PM
    It is a shame that people today cannot travel back in time before there were vaccines. Back then, there were a whole lot of devastated parents who would have given anything to have prevented the deaths/disabilities their children suffered. Today parents have the luxury of debating the necessity of vaccines.
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    Oct 5, 17, 10:15 PM
    Beechwoodfan replied to a thread Flu shots in BGP Break Room
    I know for most folks, including me, the flu is no big deal. I have had the flu before, survived, and felt my immune system was all the better for it. Flu shots are mandatory where I work. I used to think this was annoying. Over the years I have learned the following... 1. The flu is often fatal to the elderly and the very young. You do not fall into that category? You can still pass the flu onto those at risk. 2. Every year there...
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    Oct 5, 17, 10:15 AM
    Grew up eating bologna sandwiches on white bread with mustard. It's just a cold flat hot dog. Don't buy it myself but would still eat that same sandwich if I had it elsewhere.
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    Oct 5, 17, 10:11 AM
    Oddly enough, I think there are a lot of people who would want to stay in that room.
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    Oct 4, 17, 09:29 AM
    I don't know anything about ESA's, but we sent 3 kids to college on 529's with no problems.
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    Oct 4, 17, 09:25 AM
    We have had a health savings account for years, and I love it. Preventative care is 100% covered. If you are sick or injured you do have a big spend down, but it is money you should have put in the account already. After that, you are covered 100%. If you are not sick or injured, it is like a savings account. When you are spending your own money, it does make you think before you run to the ER. Obviously if it is a true emergency you are...
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    Oct 3, 17, 10:33 PM
    I have been lucky with my health insurance. Haven't needed it much, but it was there when I did. I can't think of one thing that the government runs efficiently. I work in health care. Can't tell you how many VETS I have taken care of who do not want to go to the VA. If my government treats our veterans like that, I surely do not want them taking care of me. I want the health care plan our Congress men and women and their families...
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    Oct 3, 17, 10:21 PM
    This happened to me right after the Sam Dubose shooting in Cincinnati. As we all know, Sam was an unarmed black man shot by a UC Police officer. I work in Cincinnati and live in NKY. At the time, there was great concern that there would be race riots in Cincinnati. I drive a VW Bug convertible. If the weather is good, it is my habit on Fridays to put the top down and sing my oldies all the way home. One part of my ride home involves...
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    Oct 3, 17, 10:04 PM
    This!
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    Oct 3, 17, 08:55 AM
    She is definitely a product of an elite educational system. It doesn't bother me that so many of our "higher end" colleges are predominately Democratic. It does bother me that there is zero tolerance for anybody with a Republican viewpoint. All colleges should be open to ideas of all kinds, and acceptance of others. That being said, this highly educated person is just plain stupid.
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    Oct 2, 17, 04:32 PM
    Yes, but when other people find those lost balls they will talk about what a bad shot you are!
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    Oct 2, 17, 02:46 PM
    No official word yet. It started on the back porch by the grill and went up the back of the house. Inspectors still working on the exact cause.
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    Oct 1, 17, 12:18 PM
    Everybody is ok, but the house has extensive damage. Thank goodness for insurance!
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    Sep 30, 17, 09:52 PM
    I have lived in Ft. Mitchell most of my life. Our fire department has always been manned by great people, including generations of family men who have served. I took it all for granted. I woke up early Thursday morning to my own home on fire. I can't say enough great things about the response from the Fort Mitchell Fire Department. The quick response, the professionalism and the kindness shown to my family was unbelievable. If you...
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    Sep 29, 17, 10:28 AM
    Congrats Lady Tigers! So glad to see the program succeed!
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    Sep 23, 17, 08:53 PM
    As you said, you have no actual experience with a Chiropractor. Thank goodness there are no REAL doctors into the "money grab thing," LOL! There are bad and good in every profession, and there is a place for both...despite what your "google research," tells you.
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    Sep 23, 17, 07:15 AM
    I don't know the statistics on this, but I know many people who have had back surgery that improved, but still have back pain to some degree. Neck and back pain are often chronic conditions with or without surgery. The spinal column is a very fragile thing and can get out of alignment very easily. That's why some people go regularly for years. It makes them feel better and helps relieve chronic pain.
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