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#1 Mar 23, 2007
Ah ... Paul,
Go back to making ridiculous comments about the Hazleton ramifications. These last two columns have tanked with viewers. Some commentary on the level of sophistication of the Allentown area, huh?
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#2 Mar 23, 2007
Ah, judicial activism..uhhh, not us, says the left after doing it for over 70 years as Paul Carpenter asserts.
Since: Mar 07
#3 Mar 23, 2007
Having high-tension power lines on your property, or visibly close to it means you'll lose thousands of dollars in resale value
#4 Jan 2, 2012
All day all this train does is cross the street back and forth like 10 times in a row honking that extremely loud horn.
Why does the horn have to be so loud and done multiple times? The cars cant see the arms down and the flashing red light that are already sitting there waiting for it to go by????????
Today this train crossed the track 6 times with a break of about 2 minutes in between slamming that horn! Is that even legal to disrupt the flow of 313s traffic all the time like that for just the locomotive to cross?
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