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Re: “How to Make a Husband's Ex-Wife Exit

I and my husband have been separated for a long period of time, I came across different spell caster and they were all unable to bring my lover back. I was so sad and almost gave up on him when i met a man called DR Lawrence who helped me get my lover back. Ever since then i have been so happy and couldn't believe it would happen. He also helped me with success spell, I have been living happily with my lover now and will be getting married soon.Thank you drlawrencespelltemple@hotmail.com

Posted by Nichole Hawkins on 04/16/2014 at 2:47 AM

Re: “Sanders Speaks in New Hampshire, Weighs Bid for White House

Jim and Ray if you don't see the writing on the wall for our democratic government you can't read. We are no longer governed by the people and I know that has been eroding over time but recent decisions to allow unlimited amounts of money into the voting process has doomed everyone but the monied few to pawns. If not Bernie speaking out for you, who??

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Posted by Bill Magnus on 04/15/2014 at 3:19 PM

Re: “GMP to Buy Neighbors' Property in Lowell Wind Settlement

Hold on a minute... someone is saying that having a wind turbine makes 540 acres useless for vegetable growing or haying? Is there any merit in that statement? The wind turbine is going to make the grass die?

Any chance of a follow up or fact check on those claims?

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Posted by OhYeah on 04/14/2014 at 2:01 PM

Re: “Sanders Speaks in New Hampshire, Weighs Bid for White House

Yeah, Bernie...you doubled the voter turnout in Burlington in 1981.
You did it by staffing your campaign with
every uninformed over-hormoned 18 yr old college student
who bought your socialist save-the-world voodoo and then spread it to
the rest of the student populace...especially the non-native students.
They then voted in Burlington AND their real voting district in dozens of other states.
YOU WON BY 14 VOTES!!!
If we only had a good voter ID system then!!!

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Posted by Jim Daley on 04/14/2014 at 1:56 PM

Re: “Sanders Speaks in New Hampshire, Weighs Bid for White House

Forget it Bernie; We will remember the F-35.

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Posted by Ray Gonda on 04/13/2014 at 4:43 PM

Re: “Troubled Waters: On Champlain Cleanup, Environmentalists Doubt Shumlin's Resolve

Yay to VPT Board for cleaning house! CEO oversight happens far too rarely in this country, promoting a culture of ethical and professional behavior in small business means so much to so many. Nice job!

Posted by Penelope on 04/13/2014 at 1:32 PM

Re: “Winooski Police Chief Retiring to Disney World

Steve is one of the best police chiefs this state has ever seen. Very community oriented. His ideas with alternative justice for certain offenders should be standard practice in the entire state. Great job Steve and good luck.

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Posted by Guy Paradee on 04/13/2014 at 11:23 AM

Re: “Did Vermont ever have a state bank? Or its own currency?

Coinage of “Vermont Coppers spanned 1785 – 1791, ending as the State of Vermont came into existence. Crediting the government of the State of Vermont for the minting of currency under the Vermont Republic is like crediting Mexican government for the minting of currency occurring under New Spain.

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Posted by John Cisar on 04/13/2014 at 10:48 AM

Re: “Troubled Waters: On Champlain Cleanup, Environmentalists Doubt Shumlin's Resolve

Regarding Sen. Hartwell's comments, it might be worth watching the video or reading the transcript of how the Dalai Lama answered a question about climate change when he was at Middlebury College

Watch the video here: https://vimeo.com/51346431

Here's the transcript of his response:

Dalai Lama on Climate Change

What ethical principles should shape humanity's response to climate change?

I think climate change, to some extent, of course our behavior, our way of life... according to some scientists...so then we also get some sort of blame for that. But overall I think that nature sort of ..cycles..solar she's changing. One location scientists said, they made a presentation. There are galaxies moving the direction which we are moving, and other galaxies same direction. So one day they clash. {he laughs} This beyond our control. Laughter, chuckling. Don't worry. Billions of years after billions of years, don't worry. Laughter Nature is on a trend now. And our sun, after several millions years the sun becomes hotter and hotter so they automatically, I think some sort of pictures or information about Mars, one time some river, some water, now completely dry. So eventually This planet also may become like that. These are not our responsibility.

But I think one serious problem is firstly, I think the population increasing, population explosion. It's a very very serious matter. And again it is too strict control like China, Chinese do, one child. That also has consequences. So that's very difficult. Then on top of that the gap between rich and poor. Very serious matter. The poorer section of people don't care about environment. Their life, poverty, so because of that fuel... very difficult to follow. So that I think, is a manmade problem. We have to reduce this gap rich and poor and I think American lifestyle, I think should practice a little more contentment [translator: little more simple].

And remember, the same planet, other side, really a lot of poor people. Many people and especially children, undernourished. And starvation. And on top of that there is fighting in this area. Really, really man. Some nations spending lot of money for weapon. Completely neglect..the farms or these things. Very sad.

So the younger people have a lot of work to do, lot of work to do. How many African students here? [a hand or two] African continent potentially, there is great potential, but you need work or effort with vision and more holistic way, I think.. I have been South Africa few occasion, then Nigeria, one occasion, then Gabon one time. In Gabon I got yes I got impression the elite trained France, French speaking, speaks French, or western style, just out of site... naked and poor people. Rich in country, leaders, elite people and masses, huge gap.

I think they really need Mahatma Gandhi's spirit. Live with people, lifestyle like people, then lead people to transform society.

Of course this is not my duty. I have no right to criticize these things. Okay, next question.

Posted by VermontCE on 04/12/2014 at 8:50 AM

Re: “Early-Morning Helicopter Raid: A Wake-up Call for Winooski?

this is kind of awesome. deal heroin in vt, we'll chase you with a helicopter

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Posted by ryanunser on 04/11/2014 at 3:51 PM

Re: “Winooski Police Chief Retiring to Disney World

Great article. Wonderful idea to assign him rewriting city ordinances--with his knowledge of the town and its people, he's probably the ideal candidate. Wishing him well at Disney!

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Posted by Marna Ehrech on 04/11/2014 at 2:45 PM

Re: “Miller to Quarterback State Health Care Reform Efforts

I too Wendy had the same thought, Mr. Larson has worked tirelessly on this effort along with Lindsey Tucker, not to mention countless others on the Vermont Health Connect team, who have immense knowledge, by living through this launch. I do hope care is taken to ensure that no key player is cast aside that could continue to add value and insights to this very important effort.

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Posted by Kim Steinfeld on 04/11/2014 at 1:57 AM

Re: “I Heard the People Sing at Lyric's 'Les Mis'

I have worked on Lyric shows before. All the dedicated work and all the talent that goes into one of these shows is amazing. In return all the volunteers want is for the audience to love them. I have seen it many times. It looks like they have done it again.
I absolutely miss working on Lyric shows.
Congradulations Lyric....

Posted by Steve Goodrich on 04/10/2014 at 11:18 PM

Re: “Miller to Quarterback State Health Care Reform Efforts

What happened to Mark Larson?

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Posted by Wendy L. Wilton on 04/10/2014 at 10:30 PM

Re: “Troubled Waters: On Champlain Cleanup, Environmentalists Doubt Shumlin's Resolve

In this realm, he is a failure. The algae blooms will eventually make the whole lake toxic.

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Posted by Pamela Simmons on 04/10/2014 at 2:51 PM

Re: “Artists Draw Conclusions About Creativity and Financial Savvy

I have had the pleasure of taking many artist development courses through BCA and the VT Arts Council, and now get to teach some of those BCA workshops, including the etsy one mentioned here. It's a blast. I can't recommend them enough to other artists. So much of the business side of making a living from your art can be so counter-intuitive and just plain intimidating, but it's actually not a big deal once you break it down and - as Beth said - have supports who keep you accountable. Sitting in a workshop with other people who know what you're going through and can share stories and tips is a pretty great way to spend a day.

Posted by Laura Hale on 04/10/2014 at 10:18 AM

Re: “Farmers Need Seeds to Cultivate New Hemp Crop

From White's viewpoint, one of the apparent marketplaces is oil. "We've been informing farm owners and those interested: 'We are start for company to buy any Vermont almond seeds,'" he said, including that Complete Sun wants to be handling regionally expanded almond "as soon as possible."



Spybubble gratis

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Posted by Timothy Green on 04/10/2014 at 9:35 AM

Re: “Squimley and the Woolens, 10,000 Fire Jellyfish

Love their sound, will be spreading the word. Who is the singer, he sounds great!

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Posted by Lucy on 04/09/2014 at 10:32 PM

Re: “Farmers Need Seeds to Cultivate New Hemp Crop

To grow a crop of psychoactive marijuana with any street value,the underground farmer must keep their female plants away from the pollen of the male plants. Otherwise, all that kind, Jah love energy switches from making sticky buds to producing seeds, the black market farmer could not plant anywhere near a hemp farm.
I've heard voices from law enforcement over the years claiming that a hemp farmer could plant marijuana in amongst the hemp plants. Anyone who knows anything about marijuana cultivation would know that this would not be possible. Of all the entities who should be welcoming hemp farming, you'd think it'd be law enforcement. You would die of emphysema before you'd get high on rope!

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Posted by Concerned Citizen X on 04/09/2014 at 1:59 PM

Re: “I Heard the People Sing at Lyric's 'Les Mis'

WOW!! I couldn't agree more!! I work on the hair crew and have seen this cast and their dedication in playing their parts to the fullest. Even when they break character off stage, they are right back into it. This is a very well organized and pleasurable group of people to work with on and off the stage!! I am honored to be a part of this stellar event and in celebrating Lyric's 40th anniversary with this production!
~Linda GoodHUE Fleury, Hair Design Team

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Posted by Linda L Goodhue-Fleury on 04/09/2014 at 12:17 AM

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