Quickly, Jan. 2, 2013
January 1, 2013 3:56PM
Updated: January 4, 2013 11:27AM
You know, recycling dude, you are standing right there. You can’t just set my bin back down in the driveway? You have to toss it so it goes in the ditch? You’re right there; just set it down!
We have a man breaking into homes in central Hobart. Keep your front- and back-porch lights on. Don’t make the cover of night easy for him.
Facebook keeps me in touch with cousins I grew up with and loved. We share a lot of memories, laughs and tears. We can keep up on our families’ busy lives. So, if it’s for adults who haven’t grown up, I’ve got one thing to say— na-na-na-na boo-boo.
Back in my day, we didn’t have PowerPoint. A power point in my day was Mrs. Leets pointing to the door forcefully as she sent me to the office — daily — for not doing my phonics worksheet in first grade. God love you, Mrs. Leets.
Testing. No reply required. Thanks, Quickly, I’m overwhelmed.
Instead of holding back a few children who can’t read well, we should somehow find the money to start sending kids to school two years earlier? Ever read anything besides the Quicklies? America is broke.
While out eating dinner with friends after work, I saw a woman intentionally pull her son’s hair to make him cry. She then left the restaurant without paying because her son was being “unruly.” I saw the whole thing, and I’m sorry I did not call the police.
We have a group of local people stuck on a cycle of government hatred. Instead of the daily bashing, run for office and make some of those changes.