Its a German Catholic community. The CHURCH doesn't have an event where booze isn't a focal part of its success so why would we expect the city to set the bar any higher? Its not right, but its accurate. Pretty sad, that's the standard adults set, then expect their kids to "stand up to peer pressure". Yea, right. If parents can't do it with their peers, its pretty unrealistic to think their kids will with theirs.
lesson: don't steal.
Since its not THEIR office, its OUR office that they currently occupy, its hardly ok. This policy has been in place for years so those that exempted the legislature are likely long gone.
Smoking is horrible on equipment and the building itself. Since we pay for all that, their exemption is unreasonable. That said, nothing will change. Instead, we'll debate what the state bug is or something equally critical.
If they feel the need to exempt themselves from a new law, that should be the first clue it either shouldn't pass or it needs to apply to everyone.
Wonder why legislators get a bad rap? Ladies and gentlemen; Exhibit "A".
it takes a lot of gall to even ASK to be let out early after the carnage he left in his drunken wake. I hope he does every second of his sentence.
you want to elaborate on how its "nearly illegal to drink now a days"? To the contrary, around here it seems to be a prerequisite to most every other activity the community is involved in.
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