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blagovich and obama

United States

#1 Jan 11, 2009
so what??? by the way the economy overall is not so bad! every resturant has a line and all the parking lots are full of cars! lots of redevolpment going on in broward county! let me guess as soon as obama takes over the media will change its tune and make like everything is great to build up their messiah!
No one Cares2

Register, GA

#2 Jan 11, 2009
State finds 18 instances of sloppy work by Harlan
By ROB JOHNSON
Staff Writer
Board to weigh more charges against medical examiner
A three-member panel from the state Board of Medical Examiners has so far substantiated 18 violations stemming from the long-running inquiry into the practice of Dr. Charles Harlan, a pathologist who spent three decades performing throughout Tennessee.
Harlan was once medical examiner for Davidson County and chief medical examiner for the state, but now he faces the possibility of civil fines and the revocation of his doctor's license. The panel resumes its open deliberations today and could rule during the session on whether Harlan deserves any sanctions.
The state Department of Health has filed charges in 20 -related incidents, including allegations of botched , sloppy record-keeping, wrong diagnoses and callous behavior to families.
Friend of Mike Taylor, D.A ( my opinion)
could of lied in many cases. because of this i dont think Lonnie Lee Owens should be sitting in jail for so long. Charges should be reduced.
bill

Hollywood, FL

#3 Jan 11, 2009
$100 a week - is that guy nuts. That is over $5000 per year. That would buy a nice vacation or a second car. Some people are idiots

“MANGLER”

Since: Dec 06

Atlanta, GA / Seattle, WA

#4 Jan 12, 2009
Jeff Foxworthy: The wealthy have retirement plans. The poor play lotto.

Of course, that means there are more playing lotto than saving these days.
American Idle

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#5 Jan 12, 2009
How about a trade of a gallon of milk or a dozen eggs for three non winning tickets.
H Pylori

Hagerstown, MD

#6 Jan 12, 2009
I'm planning to sink all of my retirement savings into Powerball tickets, I couldn't do a whole lot worse than the stock market (and at least the Lottery is supposedly an honest game).

“Life's A Beach”

Since: Jun 07

Pompano Beach

#7 Jan 12, 2009
Mangler wrote:
Jeff Foxworthy: The wealthy have retirement plans. The poor play lotto.
Of course, that means there are more playing lotto than saving these days.
What retirement plan? My 401K is hardly worth anything. I'll be working until they carry my lifeless body away from my desk.

“MANGLER”

Since: Dec 06

Atlanta, GA / Seattle, WA

#8 Jan 13, 2009
Wait, you have a job? Sweet!
Pompano Beach Gail wrote:
<quoted text>
What retirement plan? My 401K is hardly worth anything. I'll be working until they carry my lifeless body away from my desk.

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