Jobs Program Pays Off for Nonprofits
More than 150 Erie-area people found jobs or received job training through a $2.4 million effort to create career development programs.Full Story
#1 Dec 17, 2013
#2 Dec 17, 2013
That can be said about every last one of your posts. Can you even function outside your mother's basement? I doubt it. There's probably a line of people at your mom's front door waiting to punch you for the stupid things you post.
#3 Dec 17, 2013
I live with a priest from prep...your papa
#4 Dec 18, 2013
AGAIN, if you were born in Erie, normal and educated, and under 30, pack up your stuff, and HEAD FOR THE HILLS.....
Spending millions on software for recent immigrants who don't speak English shows what our leader's priorities are.
It looks like Low Level Warfare is being waged on the young who wish to work themselves into the middle class...
IMHO, this is somewhere between a tragedy and a crime.....
#5 Dec 18, 2013
You just proved Sandy's point and you don't even know it. She was absolutely correct in her assessment of you.
#6 Dec 18, 2013
so who is arguing ? it must really depress you to be an erieite.
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