Scholars and writers? Really? I think you mean idiots and fools.
Posted 13 October 2016, 4:09 a.m.
In response to Quincy Jackson, you said a "young Trump" spoke those filthy words and demeaned women. Young? Are you kidding me? HE WAS 60. What do you call old, if 60 is "young"? You Trump jerks will do and say anything to try to make this neanderthal something acceptable. After what he said on that bus, he can never be president. Even people who once supported him are pulling back by the droves. This is going to be a Clinton landslide. I personally can't wait til Oct 24th when I plan to cast my vote for the first woman president of the United States. I'll be doing so for me and also for my 2 deceased grandmothers who would love this day!!!
Posted 11 October 2016, 1:37 p.m.
Sue Joyce, I agree with you completely. You could not be more right.
Posted 5 October 2016, 10:11 a.m.
larry d. bintliff, you could not be more right. Thank you for your letter. It is sad that most of AR will believe all of Trump's lies and vote for that Orange Baboon. So sad.
Posted 1 October 2016, 9:45 a.m.
No matter what he accomplishes in his professional life, he'll always be a lying, cheating, unethical scumbag. If you can't keep the most important promise that you ever make, that voids all other commitments/agreements/contracts/promises. He's just not a man of his word. We fired him because of that. And cheaters like him never change. My ex husband was cut from the same cloth. Cheaters are loathsome creatures.
Posted 1 October 2016, 9:41 a.m.
I wish something could be done to get LR 2-3 games a year. I think leaving LR is a big mistake.
Posted 8 September 2016, 3:38 p.m.
This is what happens when someone unqualified gets a powerful position. Now maybe the gov will put someone there who is qualified instead of being just one of his political buds.
Posted 29 April 2016, 7:48 a.m.
As for the actions of Johnny Key, this is what you can expect when you put unqualified people in important jobs where they have to make influential decisions.
Posted 21 April 2016, 9:30 a.m.
I love Stephanie Povey's letter. What a great laugh. Maybe it will shut up some of the male know-it-alls. Until you have stretch marks, you don't get a say.
Posted 27 January 2016, 5:08 p.m.
To answer Lionel Copping's question, "where would human's be without beer?" -- We would have way less addictions and all the horrible baggage that brings with it. I personally would not have grown up with an alcoholic father with all the problems associated with that. In my family, we would have had more stability and far better living conditions if not for the existence of beer. We would have had so much less pain and doing without and heartache if there was no beer. I see nothing good about it. All it makes me think of is the pain and fear and sadness of growing up in an alcoholic's home.
Posted 6 November 2015, 11:30 a.m.
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