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Huntington, WV

ppl who say "i want water" (goes and gets pop)

I agree with nimrod. Its the principal of being honest. I use to work fast food and people would say water and then go refill or fill with soda. Granted a 5 gallon syrup container for soda is only about 60.00 and probably triples its profits, its still the principal. I think soda in general is ridiculous due to the cost versus content and calories. The only GOOD content in soda is caffeine and the rest is just chemicals and excess calories we don't need to consume. I rarely purchase soda. If its free, like where I work, I will drink it on occasion, but water is much better for everyone!  (Sep 9, 2012 | post #7)

Huntington, WV

Why do smokers think it's their right to litter?

Anything that leaves your hand and ends up on the ground that is not a part of nature is littering. That would be McDonalds wrappers, gum, cig butts etc. Personally, I chew gum and I never spit it out on the ground. I always find something in my car to put it in till I can throw it away. How hard is it to put ALL TRASH in its place.  (Sep 9, 2012 | post #17)

Scott Depot, WV

Everyone should go to Sheetz

Everyone should go to Sheetz. That place is amazing! Say goodbye Speedway and GoMart!  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #1)

Huntington, WV

Why do smokers think it's their right to litter?

I also think throwing a cigarette butt down should be littering. Most cars have ashtrays and if your car don't, you can buy one. When you get out at a public place, they normally have a butt receptacle. I work at a public place and it nerves me all the butts I see on the lot. It also nerves me when you are driving behind someone and they throw their lit cig out the window. You can see red sparks. Would that not blow up a car if the car had a gas or oil leak? If you are going to smoke, go for it, but please take care of the butt.  (Sep 8, 2012 | post #8)

Huntington, WV

Arbys Hot Turkey Roasters FREE on Sept. 6th, 11am - 1pm

Just sharing this freebie! Try the greatest thing since sliced roast beef. Get one of our NEW hot Turkey Roasters sandwiches free on September 6th from 11 am to 1 pm. Choose from Turkey Classic, Turkey n Cheddar Classic or Grand Turkey Club and taste the greatest thing since sliced roast beef. * No purchase required. Limit one sandwich per person. Offer valid on 9/6/12 from 11 am to 1 pm at participating U.S locations only. While supplies last.  (Sep 6, 2012 | post #1)

Milton, WV

AEP bill

You can try calling the power company and see if they can place you on a payment plan. WV has good options. I can tell you to decrease your overall monthly cost, you can visit the AEP website for tips or simply turn your AC to like 80.  (Sep 3, 2012 | post #3)

Huntington, WV

list the coolest rides in Cabell Co

The Mystery Wagon. It looks like the scobby doo van.  (Sep 2, 2012 | post #29)

Huntington, WV

daycare cost

I still dont see how it would lower the cost. Again the teacher/ student ratio would drop making the cost higher per child or even eliminating jobs. If it makes u feel better my fridge stays bare too and I work in a public establishment that accepts food stamps and it sickens me what participants buy when you and me try and have bare fridges.  (Aug 31, 2012 | post #5)

Huntington, WV

daycare cost

I have to comment on this. LINK is out there to help families that can not afford daycare. Where do you think the children would go if the parents could not get assistance? You have to be working or going to school to qualify and the max income level is quite high that they assist. I do not feel that LINK makes the costs higher for the parents. Think if the centers were not getting paid from the government for those children and instead of 15 - 20 kids there was only 7 - 10 attending and the teacher had to make the same amount per hour and the center had to cover the bills. The cost would actually be higher. To me its kinda like being a landlord and accepting HUD. You are guaranteed that check for that tenant, no matter what. I was on LINK for a while and then I too made to much money and was forced to pay 80.00/wk for 2 years that she attended. I know it is hard, but you get to claim that against your taxes where LINK participants can not. I was never so glad to see my daughter go to public school, but then I still have the bills of full priced lunch and after school care, which is only 8.00 an evening vs the 16.00 for the day and I don't use after-school every day. Overall I think LINK is a good program. It helps people who want to work, work and provides children a place to go. If the center is good, the child even gets an early education, which they may not of received at home, and that benefits society in the long run too. I am sorry that you do not qualify and again, I have been there too.  (Aug 30, 2012 | post #3)