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Re: “Asian Bistro (Williston)

Great Food, Great Value, Great Service!
I have never been a big asian cuisine person, but this place changed my mind! Not only do they have a great selection of classic asian dishes (general tso etc) but they also have sushi. The mongolian beef is to die for! The food is always hot and fresh, the servers are pleasant and the atomosphere is perfect for a date or family outing. This place matches Kotos minus the hibachi and the prices are much cheaper. Food: 5 Ambiance: 5 Service: 5

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Re: “'Til Death Do Us Pay: Legislators Consider Divorcing Alimony Law

My husband parents just went through divorce. She is in her 70's and He early 80s (don't ask me why they waited so long). She never worked an actual job. She initiated the divorced because it was all about the money. The alimony money discussion was tough. She wanted half of his income right off the top. He was diagnosed with possible early Alzheimer's in the middle of divorce. Our lawyer was awesome but advised us to settle the alimony out of court because the courts thought was "hes 82, probably going to die soon, we should give her more money" they settled out of court to avoid him paying more. The laws do need to be changed. But shows how things need to be looked at on a case by case basis.

13 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by Pixcchic on 03/08/2017 at 12:52 PM

Re: “SoBu Decision to Drop Rebels Nickname Sparks Backlash

The word rebel gained its meaning LONG before the confederacy did its thing. We all were rebels when our nation dumped tea into Boston Harbor during the Boston Tea Party. My point, the name rebel take on what ever meaning YOU give to it. I do feel it should be up to the tax payers if they want to change the name, after all they are the ones paying for new logos, signage, jerseys, mascot costume, and other materials.

38 likes, 16 dislikes
Posted by Pixcchic on 02/08/2017 at 7:45 AM

Re: “Burlington City Council Rolls Back Mask Ban

Conventions of the furry or cartoon animal type can rake in millions of dollars for the cities they are held. Pittsburgh PA, home to Anthrocon brings in an estimated 34 million dollars, 28 different countries represented, all the while raising an additional 30k for animal charities.

4 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by Pixcchic on 03/08/2016 at 12:35 PM

Re: “Archie's Grill Reopens in New Shelburne Location

According to their most recent facebook post, Archies menus is now available. They do have Gluten Free buns, but states that their whole kitchen is not Gluten Free. You can check out the menu including the pricing at http://www.archiesgrill.com/

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Pixcchic on 01/14/2016 at 2:46 PM

Re: “Protesters and Trump Supporters Square Off in Burlington

Regardless of what side your routing for - pretty sure those masks are against the law in Burlington. Way to go Burlington PD -Goes to show those fuzzie/ furries were right about the selective enforcement of that mask law. I mean I know star wars is a big deal right now but the law is the law right?

4 likes, 4 dislikes
Posted by Pixcchic on 01/08/2016 at 3:10 PM

Re: “Update: Money and Mask Ban Keep Burlington 'Furry'-Free

Its funny how people always seem to bring the racy side of the furry fandom to light. These furs have never displayed anything sexual in nature. They clearly stated in the previous article that is not what they are about. Frankly what is done in each persons bedroom is their own business. Sounds like some people are just uneducated and unwilling to learn and believe everything they see on TV. Every fanbase rather it be starwars, walking dead, star trek, air planes they all have those romantic themes. Its called Rule 34 google that!

Posted by Pixcchic on 01/05/2016 at 2:19 PM

Re: “Update: Money and Mask Ban Keep Burlington 'Furry'-Free

I think the whole thing raises a lot of questions.

Why does the CSM need back ground checks done on these folks when the entertainers permit process clearly asks for the ID from each performer? They are not being employed or paid by the CSM to do their service. 

What is being done with the money the CSM is making off these guys?

According to the previous article the fuzzies have been around for a while, WHY is it NOW the CSM is barely asking them pay to be there?

Why should they pay $50 per person to provide a free service or in the case of Mardi Gras to simply exist and revel with the rest of the masked folks?

I feel Burlington's Mask Law is outdated, and needs some changes. These furries are clearly around for  the theatrical and entertainment purposes. They don't panhandle unlike some the other garbage on Church St. They bring a unique flavor to Burlington and Burlington is missing out.

After reading the first article I went and research furries and the like to educate myself. Seems to me furries could bring a lot of money to the city if they could actually hold the convention they mentioned in the article. It would be an economic boom for the city especially in the form of hotels, restaurants and shops.

19 likes, 5 dislikes
Posted by Pixcchic on 12/30/2015 at 4:14 PM

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