Another rip off , And its amazing how someone can walk in and get 15 million without a plan on how they really going to spend it even the owners of the property Cates kept it a secret that they own the property until they got the money , Cudo's to city councilman Harold Collins who saw through the lies ad refuse to vote on it!
I think that an address in Memphis is very easy to come by. Rent a room from a friend of mine, real cheap. Then start a petition for a referendum on having Mr. jones cited for vagrancy and loitering every time he shows up at any school board function, any Shelby county function, and any Memphis city council function.
What'ch bet enough signatures are easy to come by?
Constitutional law scholar
Expert in business management
Most knowledgeable in politics
Master web site builder
Public Health expert
Expert in epidemiology
Expert in inventory tracking!
Only this one I believe that he has experience with. You know, back in the 60's it was crucial that the troops receive the toilet paper.
I'm sure he created RFIDs and infared tracking and Amazon bought the drone technology directly from him.
Omniscient doesn't even cover it.
That's not the same at all. Brooks was the interim coach. He replaced PJ Carlesimo, who was a horrible coach with a bad record. And Pat Riley stepped down and gave the job to Spoestra.
Joerger replaced Hollins, a good coach with a winning resume who wanted to stay on the job.
The situation in Denver is more like what happened here
13,000 students live in downtown Memphis? Where do they go to school? UT Memphis, Southern College of Optometry, and the UofM law school have a combined enrollment somewhere barely north of 3,600 students and as best I can tell they are the only logical students to live downtown in mass numbers. I'm sure there are UofM, Rhodes, and CBU students who live downtown, but 10,000?
"...according to the article, the old SCS wasn't that much better than the MCS."
All I was saying is that being the higher of two failing grades is something no one should crow about or take solace in that they weren't alone, if they were the lower of the two. Neither is acceptable.
The best idea I've heard is for Whole Foods to move into the former Schnuck's at Forest Hill Irene and Poplar. Increasing the traffic and commercial density at Poplar and Exeter doesn't sound too bright to me. There are already 2 Krogers there!
The latest. From Sunday to Monday, 29,000 signed up for health insurance on the ACA health exchange site. It seems, despite all of the gop's fearmongering, there is a surge beginning.
There are too many people lacking health insurance; they will enroll. This program will get more popular by the day and especially after the first of the year when people actually start using their new Obamacare.
This will be a negative issue for the gop as it could really backfire on them.
Let me see if I can help quell that thirst. I didn't use the, it is not only us, as an excuse, I was simply stating a fact about corporations, especially government entities.
Also, I qualified my state, without first knowing about the attempt to see the dist a multi-million dollar inventory system. I said that most of the missing items were probably old, outdated equipment that had been replaced. I also said that was my way of thinking because you can't miss 48 million dollars worth of equipment is it is being used daily or for the ongoing operations of the district. I also replied to Grove that size has nothing to do with running a lousy inventory operation.
But, really, after the opening paragraph, I realized that something was fishy; that is why I qualified it. But, thanks anyway.
All people have to do is get a thesaurus and look up the words "all" and "that". Under neither will they find the words "so" or "much", and the same will be true for the words "so" and "much", neither of which wil get you an "all" or a "that".
You just made it up. You are arguing with the voices inside of your head and not with anything I've said., except now you are trying to convince other people, myself included, that the voice inside of you head is real and the real stuff that I said isnt, well, real.
The funny thing is, I didn't say anything, anything at all, about "so much time". What I said was "all that time, here and elsewhere, talking to yourself". See the difference? No "so" and no "much". You just made that up.
You are correct a out one thing, people can read, and they can see what you've done. It's a clear as a bell on a cold winter day.
What you're doing is called "gaslighting".
I was addressing how I had so much time. It was the only part of your post I felt worthy of a response.
It wasn't I who said, "Thank you, sir, may I have another." But, I doubt you will be able to follow that either.
There! You're doing it again! Talking to yourself!
I have worked hard for my money and now it works hard for me. It has been and is a good life.
Well! Either that explains why you spend all that time, here and elsewhere, talking to yourself, or it doesn't, making things all the more a puzzle.
Lumbering bigs, I like that . I wasn't that kind with my opinion of them (non running back bigs). You cant look at Gasol or Zach and tell by the way they are playing if they are 10 up or 10 down... I don't know if we can fix that but at least someone else sees the problem also.
I have no problem standing on my earned reputation. We all earn them on these threads. People can read, you know.
I try not to argue with the ignorant. I find they will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.
I remember when Real Clear Politics had Romney up and even winning on election day. When it comes to presidential polls, I only look at Nate Silvers', polls.
Yes, I am counting Colorado as blue for presidential elections only. There is a sizable amount of Hispanics in the state. Pa has a history of fooling the gop presidential candidate, they spend a lot of money there and still lose. Ohio has seen a resurgence in the amount of turnout from blacks the past 2 elections. Iowa, who cares? Christie would also probably lose NC.
Between Christie and Hilliary, Hilliary would certainly win!
There are some legitimate gripes there for sure. The only thing I'll say about the coach thing is that this league is not a coaches league. It's a players league.
You said...."they decided that a guy with no NBA coaching experience or no appeal around the league was the way to go." So basically they went the same route the Thunder and Heat did with Brooks and Spoelstra. Those two never were head coaches before they got their current posts. They were respectively handed the reins to teams that had legitimate superstars and title winning potential NOW without ever having held a head position before.
Whether or not you agree with either of those hires, the Joerger hire (and the lack of concern over experience and resume) clearly wasn't outside the norm for what a lot of other "win now" front offices have done in the recent past. The motivation behind that type of move? I don't know. I'm just stating that it isn't outside the norm right now apparently.
By Leonard Gill
download this issue
click here to see more »