Aug 23, 2007
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Well said. Thanks! (Feb 12, 2008 | post #30)
You must not have young children. I would rather have the lower speed limits, especially in neighborhoods where there are little kids. (Feb 12, 2008 | post #22)
Well said. I am the parent of children in the elementary and middle schools of Plainville, and I appreciated the emergency response message. I would rather too many people get notified than not enough. I thought the emergency response system worked very well. (Feb 12, 2008 | post #21)
But some of those "ugly" buildings are actually historic. Look back into the City of Bristol and find out. (Feb 11, 2008 | post #8)
As a person who grew up in Bristol and remembers when the mall was constructed, I am kind of sorry that it never really was a huge success. I remember when there were some nice stores in there like Raphael's, Sage Allen, etc. I bought my bridal gown from one of the stores. But hopefully something will go there that will really brighten up Bristol. (Feb 11, 2008 | post #4)
Or give the babies up for adoption. (Jan 30, 2008 | post #29)
Oh, for goodness sake, relax! Sometimes we all need something light like this to read, especially with everything else going on in the world! (Jan 27, 2008 | post #10)
He's lost the trust of a lot of people in Connecticut and hurt those of us who believed in him and voted for him. I wouldn't give him a job as dog catcher. (Jan 23, 2008 | post #3)
Are you kidding? They don't even need to know that the suicide happened. "She was sick and she died" is explanation enough. (Jan 21, 2008 | post #60)
You may have to depend on one of those "lazy hose rollers" to save your life one day. (Jan 20, 2008 | post #8)
My husband and I went there this evening for one final meal there, and to say good-bye. For a place that received so many negative comments in this forum, it was crowded, as crowded as we always found it to be when we went there. So many people must agree with us that it is a good place. The food and the service that we had was good, as always. It will be missed at Bishop's Corner, and I hope they open again in the area soon. (Jan 13, 2008 | post #23)
I can't understand all the negative comments. Maybe people are just picky, picky, picky! My husband is 100% Italian, and we never had a bad meal there. I tasted one of the best merlot wines I have ever had at that restaurant. We never had what I would call bad service. And the Italian lessons over the intercom were quite interesting! I hope they will relocate somewhere else in the area. (Jan 13, 2008 | post #19)
Great for her! It's clear. He violated the rules. Period. (Jan 11, 2008 | post #230)
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