Lawsuit moves forward

Lawsuit moves forward

There are 28 comments on the Hopewell News story from Mar 7, 2011, titled Lawsuit moves forward. In it, Hopewell News reports that:

With a March 29 trial date looming closer, the City and Beacon Theatre are preparing to hash out their differences in Hopewell circuit court HOPEWELL - As an incoming City of Hopewell Attorney, Thomas E. Lacheney was tasked with tying up several legal loose ends in the spring and summer of 2009; chief among those was securing a $1.3 million lien ...

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VN Vet

Harrisonburg, VA

#21 Mar 15, 2011
City, you keep rambling on and on. What a loser, you have NO idea what you are talking about. Changing you nickname all the time is not fooling anyone. Go outside in the fresh air and play with your dolls with the GOBs.
just me

Richmond, VA

#22 Mar 15, 2011
Hopeful wrote:
The only BEACON in downtown Hopewell is our AWESOME library!!!
People that belittle the Library; how about you take a trip inside and have a look around the place!
Adults of all ages, children and teenagers, everyone utilizing and enjoying the facility and all it has to offer.
I live and work close to the new library and all I see is the homeless or people just hanging out around the outside. Yes I have been inside and I am not impressed. It was alot of money that Hopewell could have use for other things. EXAMPLE: The downtown could use some help in sprucing up the store fronts. If they all had the same deco theme on the front of the stores, it would improve the looks of down town. All Hopewell's tax money should not have been used on just one project.
Hopeful

Fort Huachuca, AZ

#23 Mar 15, 2011
Maybe if you had to walk in a homeless person's shoes for a day or two you would have a different opinion.

I’m fairly educated enough to make an educated guess that not all of the Cities monies went into the funding of the building of a "regional" library. Perhaps, if you spent more time reading and less time disparaging you'd developed some semblance of a social conscious.
City

Hopewell, VA

#24 Mar 15, 2011
@ V.N. vet, I didn't grade your post, this isn't school. But anyways, being that I'm dealing with allegedly the calliper of people on this forum that are actually capable of thinking about an important matter that they are," in the know or understanding of" let's talk about which celestial object is a potential mass replenisher for the earth.

For 150 years, we've been evaporating the mass of the earth, in the name of energy, at a not so alarming rate known to many. Governments have been looking into space to find an alternative fuel source that doesn't contain too much radiation. Haven't found that but have found a planet that, by the way, has been worked on to detach a 3000 mile x 1000 mile x 1/2 mile slab to attempt to pass it through the earth's orbit to restore a good portion of the earth's mass.

The general consensus amongst scientists would be to crash it into the atlantic or the pacific. Starting to look like America is more expendable and the wealth of the U.S is being transferred to China.

A few months ago, I introduced into another topic, what is the purpose of oil to the earth? " Drill, baby, Drill. America could utilize it's own resources and become semi-efficient for a few years and a little more, once they learned to process oil shale efficiently."

So now, here we are. The caverns that are created by removing oil are caving in. Slide here, slide there and the earth's outer crust is filling in the voids. Causing a smaller ball to fight against an unchanged kinetic energy that was used to propelling a larger ball; result: the earth is spinning faster. It's not like a giant tube is holding the earth in it's orbit.

Magnetic North has been moving for 100 years. Now,earth has mysteriously been knocked off of the seemingly normal axis. Okay, religious freaks," God Did it.:-). And everyone should pray and hold hands and sing,"kumbya". So, V.N vet, let's talk. And by the way, the earth's atmospheres are not trapped, imagine a breeze blowing around your car, being trapped around your car because it's moving? Wake up, mark this one nuts and enjoy the rest of your life, before those manmade asteroids come crashing up earth's rearend.

Imagine following a tractor trailor too close, take your foot off of the gas or put it in neutral and turn it off and the draft from the truck will pull you right along. City council? CLB? Obama? When the earth was scheduled for destruction, a black president had to be at the helm; a white president would be too many colors for make-up to hide. Don't panic, just pray..lol
City

Hopewell, VA

#25 Mar 15, 2011
City

Hopewell, VA

#26 Mar 15, 2011
VN Vet wrote:
City, you keep rambling on and on. What a loser, you have NO idea what you are talking about. Changing you nickname all the time is not fooling anyone. Go outside in the fresh air and play with your dolls with the GOBs.
You must be busy, this evening, keeping the rain off of your keyboard...

Anyways, I don't change the name to hide. Most of the time, it is in response to whatever the article is about or contrary to the post that I'm replying to.

I thought we were going to converse about tangible subjects that needed the mediocre opinion of the masses? Let's talk about why jobs are prohibited from coming to Hopewell or how much money Glasser and Glasser has collected from the plants for asbestos exposure to plant workers or in general, the public-at-large that hasn't been paid out.

Would you like an application? Did you work in a plant prior to 1991? Do your lungs hurt for no good reason? emphysema? sarcoidosis? any other form of cancer? skin, throat, lung, liver, kidney or any bad skin disease that the doctor just gives you a nice cream for that just soothes the itch? Dry scalp, crusty lip, rotten teeth, tooth loss? Need an application, let me know; liver biopsies are performed at a discount in the tri-city area...Glasser and Glasser pays 75% of the costs...:-)
VN Vet

Harrisonburg, VA

#27 Mar 15, 2011
You are very strange City. By the way, it's calliber, not calliper. That's OK, we all make typos from time to time. I do agree, the world govts have screwed up the planet pretty bad.
bruiser

Hopewell, VA

#28 Mar 25, 2011
VN Vet wrote:
You are very strange City. By the way, it's calliber, not calliper. That's OK, we all make typos from time to time. I do agree, the world govts have screwed up the planet pretty bad.
by the way-- it is caliber or even calibre---according to Webster's---

and the USMC---

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