Gary Scoggin

'He needs a sign on his desk, " The buck stops THERE."

So, these concerns are the workers' fault for not being sufficiently prepared. When you were a government employee as a teacher, how long would you have worked without a paycheck, even with the expectation that you'll be paid someday? A week? A month? Three months? A year? How long sho…

So how long would you work without a paycheck with the expectation that you'll be paid someday? A week? A month? Three months? A year?

At least with the second bin only costing five bucks I won’t be tempted to put stuff in my neighbor’s when nobody is looking. Or better yet, I won’t have to try to rent space in somebody else’s bin.

Just curious. For the people here, how long would you continue to show up for work without pay, not knowing how long you’d be furloughed but hoping based on past precedence that you’d be paid retroactively when it’s all over? At what point would you try to find another job?

I agree with Rusty. (How often does that happen?😁) If public streets are used the parking vendors should absolutely NOT be allowed to block off parking spots. They should have to pay parking lot bingo like everyone else.

The irony is that nothing that the Trump Administration has done has been in place long enough to have any climate effects anyway. And I’m pretty dubious that the things he has done will result in much climate backsliding at all.

Always happy to make your day, Rusty! ;-)

Yes I do. Hence my comment.

Boy you guys are a bunch of snowflakes. You take offense to the smallest little things. Kathleen just quoted the guy. Take a breath folks.