Fire Levy Vote Could Determine Future Fire Protection

Oct 25, 2013 Read more: WBNS

A big Election Day decision is approaching as fire protection could change for some Franklin County residents.

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hey hey black Albert

Columbus, OH

#1 Oct 25, 2013
Funny how every injury a firefighter sustains is ALWAYS work related. These guys are off two and on one. They suffer halfway into shift one then suddenly get injured coiling fire hose.
Nevermind the prior 48 hours when they were hanging rafters (in the case of white FFs) or smashing the face of their baby mommas ( in the case of 'de bruhthuh FFs*)
*afromative in-action obama hires.
They cannot kill a Spook

Toledo, OH

#2 Oct 25, 2013
hey hey black Albert wrote:
Funny how every injury a firefighter sustains is ALWAYS work related. These guys are off two and on one. They suffer halfway into shift one then suddenly get injured coiling fire hose.
Nevermind the prior 48 hours when they were hanging rafters (in the case of white FFs) or smashing the face of their baby mommas ( in the case of 'de bruhthuh FFs*)
*afromative in-action obama hires.
Vote no. Firefighters wete against SB5.
hey hey black Albert

Columbus, OH

#3 Oct 25, 2013
They cannot kill a Spook wrote:
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Vote no. Firefighters wete against SB5.
If the ballot enacts a law that mandates FFs and EMS sever the descending intestinal artery when it is clear the call is for a gottdammed parasite demanding an ER run for a hangnail or constipation in order to garner a continuance in a criminal case then I will probably vote for THAT levy.

Since: Dec 11

Middletown, OH

#4 Oct 27, 2013
These comfy tax parasites, they ain't seen nothin yet.

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