I recommend to anyone who cannot afford a college education, find a low-skilled job first, and use what money you can save above and beyond living costs, to take no more than one or two courses per session. There is no law that says you must finish college in four years. You will find you will move up in the job world as you move along through the university and wind up on graduation with actual experience on your resume, which means better prospects than the four-year graduate--and no debt to pay off.
There is an old joke among lawyers: If you have the facts on your side, argue the facts; if you do not have the facts on your side, argue the merits; and if you do not have the facts or the merits on your side, argue like hell!
Colorado USA Swindler Exposed by WOA Records: Beware of Xiren (Seer-rin), a con man and fraud
Xiren (Seer-rin), a Colorado resident and local small time musician, begged to joined the WOA Records India Tour in 2008. WOA International being the charitable organization that it is felt pity for this wannabe and accepted him on the WOA Records India Tour. These are the real facts of how Xiren (Seer-rin) went on to cheat WOA Records and the founder Oliver Sean. Written by MTV Europe Music Awards Nominee Oliver Sean. Read the full story here
Golly Ellen, spoken like a true whack-job liberal. In your narrow little mind, one is either a vegan or a heart attack. I'll put my health up against yours and Miz Fields and come out on top. Want to wager? The only thing the vegans have right is single source foods.
The path to health is through moderation in what one ingests and EXERCISE not radically drastic lifestyles.
Thanks for the tip on Ranch food direct, went today and had an awesome bacon cheeseburger, with home made fries (cooked in beef talo) and a drink all for $6 even. Drive past Carl's, McDs, BK, Arbys, Taco Bell, and all the rest to this place.
Other than your slam against Christian ministries, a little of which might make you a nicer person, or at least calm your anxious heart about your eternal destiny, I would agree with you.
Guess what Techie, our town CAN'T handle the basics, that's why so few firms consider this city as a place to do business, and is one reason some left. Whether that's good or bad depends on one's point of view.
You can bet that Mayor Botch and his developer pals have a lustful heart for the growth that comes from big-name corporate investment, but for that growth to show its face here there has to be better infrastructure (which costs MONEY) and a climate that's good for something besides money-grubbing bible-waving organizations. TABOR is our death dirge.
We also need a congress person who's not the laughing stock of the government, and trust me, it takes massive stupidity to be the laughing stock of our elected national joke.
Back to transparency, big investors see NO transparency in how Mayor Botch has fired all the key city personnel and hid behind typical mealy mouth gobbledegook about contract privacy, yadda yadda. Throw in Rep Lamebrain in congress, crazy man Tom Tancredo as a possible Governor or Senator, plus Sean the haircut Paige pimping a Koch Bros agenda via AFP, and the national business community just looks at this city and laughs its ass off.
Transparency? Yes, big money sees right through our BS conservative lies and facades.
This line from one of the prior posters says it all: "...Ms. Burbach's laboratory was denied accreditation by the American Board of Forensic Toxicology ... "
How bad does a lab have to be for it to be denied accreditation?
Shouldn't a failure to gain accreditation indicate a need for new leadership?
Following a simple Google Search on the poster "Coloradowrits" (Coloradowrits = Vincent Todd).
and a simple Google search on "Disciplinary Actions by the Colorado Bar Association against Vincent Todd":
Readers can learn more:
"Following a Reinstatement Hearing pursuant to C.R.C.P. 251.29, a Hearing
Board denied a petition for reinstatement filed by Vincent C. Todd (Attorney
Registration No. 12955), on August 9, 2006. The Colorado Supreme Court
affirmed the Hearing Board’s decision on June 28, 2007. The Hearing Board
found that Petitioner failed to provide clear and convincing evidence of
rehabilitation from the conduct that led to his suspension as required by
It's very sad that today in most occasions higher education is impossible without getting in debt. College is almost a luxury today and that’s why lots of young people take out loans and get in debt to get a college degree. I think that college education is very important, it’s a worthy investment because people with college degree have more career opportunities. But on the other hand, college degree isn’t a guarantee of a wealthy life. In case you have a student loan debt you’ll spend your best years to pay it off. Many graduates work below their skills and use http://northenloans.ca/short-term-loans.ht… to make payments on their student loans.
Wishful thinking, Lee. Your boy's going down.
So, in the month prior to her retirement the CDPHE receives an outside report (that it contracted for) on her bias and job performance, she is removed as Toxicology Laboratory program manager, and prosecutors in a vehicular homicide withdraw her as a witness when faced with a court order that the outside report must be turned over to the defense if she testifies; and it's speculative to suggest that her retirement was brought on by her misconduct catching up with her?
What kind of expertise is displayed by not being able to read your college catalog or remember the written application for degree you submitted as a college junior in order to know that you did not have a double major (something which required an additional year of coursework beyond what Ms. Burbach completed)?
How was it that Ms. Burbach testified on March 30, 2012, describing her duties, that she works on the Toxicology Laboratory's national accreditation (the American Board of Forensic Toxicology accreditation) when she had done nothing on the ABFT accreditation since being informed on December 31, 2010, that her program failed the accreditation inspection? Do you speak in the present progressive tense about something you haven't done in fifteen months?
Court transcripts show that, over the years, Ms. Burbach testified that she had as many as sixty hours of Chemistry at NMSU; in an affidavit she authored in December of 2012, she admitted that she had received credit in only four Chemistry courses at NMSU. On May 3, 2013, the CDPHE's own Laboratory Certification program found that the Toxicology Laboratory failed to conduct analyses in accordance with its own protocols and conditioned certification for 2013-2014 (in the areas in which they had not already been revoked for failing three consecutive proficiency pannels) upon an acceptable corrective action plan.
There was a time when the CDPHE Toxicology Laboratory was run by scientists who followed the evidence to conclusions based upon solid science. Sadly, that has not been the case since Ms. Burbach became the program manager. The Colorado criminal defense community was slow on the uptake because Ms. Burbach's predecessors were honest scientists whose agenda was to let the science speak the truth. Ms. Burbach's removal as program manager of the Toxicology Laboratory was a positive step towards restoring honest science to the state's cases; as Ms. Schielke's experience proves, dishonest state experts can destroy the credibility of a prosecutor's case before the first defense witness takes the stand. And yet, Ms. Schielke, like most of the defense bar, would prefer to face the honest scientist.
Not following your logic. Were you applying logic here? More likely: "Post hoc ergo propter hoc" (If definition needed: the logical fallacy of believing that temporal succession implies a causal relation.) Certainly very entertaining, but probably not a comment by a successful courtroom attorney.
JL Fields will have the last laugh. Veganism is the ONLY way to go. For the animals. For your health. Remember that when the ambulance is taking you to the hospital because clogged arteries caused a heart attack while you were still middle-aged.
This further solidifies that Cynthia Burbach was biased in her testimony and was in bed with the DA's.
"However, there is no excuse for the police not holding this guy until he sobered up and confiscating his weapons."
If he had shown signs of intoxication they would have held him. They did confiscate the firearms.
"Or is this another example of the police not enforcing laws they don't agree with, like common sense laws regulating gun use? "Colorado Springs code 9.7.104 reads, "It is unlawful for any person to wrongfully fire or discharge any cannon, gun, pistol, revolver, rifle, shotgun, air gun, BB gun, gas operated gun, spring gun, or firearm within the City."""
He was cited under state laws, which carry a greater penalties than city codes. And more charges can and probably will be levied at his first court appearance.
"I know which direction all my rounds were landing. I was shooting towards a rock face. I was between 150 to 200 meters away with a nine [millimeter] and a 12-gauge shotgun that had buckshot in it, so I wasn't hitting anything, and I wasn't doing any damage or anything like that, which I knew."
Sounding exasperated, Bougades adds, "I didn't even hit the rocks. A nine millimeter at 150 to 200 meters, it's probably not even gonna make it that far.""
OK, this right here proves this guy has no clue what he is talking about.
#1 You NEVER shoot at rocks. They tend to cause ricochets, which are difficult to predict where they are going to end up.
#2 A 9 mm can travel about 1 mile and still kill someone at that distance.
Tech , knock yourself out fighting your "war." I would recommend that your take a more mature, reasonable, and logical approach when fighting your "war." It is frustrating not receiving the level of service you expect when needing assistance. I have been on the receiving end of poor service and it can be very frustrating. I have also witnessed numerous times when customers come to an office for assistance and expect immediate assistance when there is a lobby full of customers and employees need to take a few minutes to update customers' accounts, process payments, and numerous other duties that may take some time to complete before assisting the next customer. The employee needs to complete transactions, order reconnects for services, consult with dispatchers, review accounts with a supervisor, and other duties. I am sure if you were a customer you would want your issue or concerned resolved efficiently and correctly. Don't automatically assume the worse. Everyone is doing more with less and it may take longer to get the assistance you need. By using fewer employees it helps keep prices lower but unfortunately, it also affect the service level. You can't have everything without sacrificing things like speedy service. I know you enjoy being negative and judgemental, but hopefully one day you will understand both sides of the story. Have a nice day.
Another plot ripoff (sigh). Remember the popular made-for-TV movie/series, "V?" "V" was just a plot ripoff of the novel, "The Greks Bring Gifts." And now we have "The Purge" - which is nothing more than a plot ripoff of the original series Star Trek episode, "Return Of The Archons." The difference? In the Star Trek episode, they called it "Festival" - and while "Festival" didn't last as long as "The Purge," it did happen more often.
To answer the question "Where is the speculation?" The speculation exists in the supposition that retirement after 30 years of employment had anything remotely close to the rantings posted here. People retire all the time after 20, 25, 30 years without some ominous reason, or is that not obvious to most logical people? Some disbarred attorneys have too much time on their hands and vivid imaginations.
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