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Re: “10-year-old is seizure-free after one year of cannabis oil

Healing from COPD, i never taught DR AYes who could ever get my COPD cured with his healing herbs, i have tried almost everything but i couldn't find any solution on my disease, despite all these happening to me, i always spend a lot to buy a COPD drugs from hospital and taking some several medications but no relieve, until one day i was just browsing on the internet when i come across a great post of ! Williams Fran-ca who truly said that she was been diagnose with COPD and was healed that very week through the help of these great powerful healing doctor, sometime i really wonder why people called him Baba Ayes i never knew it was all because of the great and perfect work that he has been doing that is causing all this. so i quickly contacted him, and he ask me some few questions and he said a thing i will never forget that anyone who contacted him, is always getting his or her healing after take the herbs cure in a week so i was amazed all the time i heard that from him, so i did all things only to see that at the very day which he said i will be healed, all the strength that has left me before rush back and i became very strong and healthy, this disease almost kills my life all because of me, so i rush to hospital for the final test. So the disease and the doctor said i am COPD negative, i am very amazed and happy about the healing DR.Ayes gave to me from the ancient part of Africa, you can email him now for your own healing too at Dr's email is: and
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Posted by Stella Derick Brittany on 10/25/2016 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Proposition 106: The Colorado End-of-Life Options Act

The truth of that matter is, that it is none of anybody's business when a person needs/wants to end their life with dignity. How does it possibly effect you? When I see extreme right wing conservatives rail against it, I want to scream at them for their insane hypocrisy. They have always maintained a position that they don't want governmental interference in people's personal lives, yet hypocritically believe that it is okay to try and tell someone what they can and cannot do with their body. I guess when it meets with their own personal agenda it's ok to interfer. Oh the irony is staggering

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Posted by Christin Mason on 10/25/2016 at 9:48 AM

Re: “Legally, it doesn't take much for a guest to stake a claim to your home

I have a nightmare story. Rented a house and was stupid enough to add a roomate to the lease who then turned out to be a K and meth addict. who then got a restraining order on me before I was able to get one on him. First come first serve it seems. The police removed me from my home. I had ten minutes to get clothes and items. I paid the rent and utilities and after month of him being a nightmare roommate i was evicting him. He saw on my fb i was getting a restraining order and so he beat me to it. I was still paying rent and all utilities plus i had multiple businesses i worked from home with.

He ended up stealing everything i had. over $250,000 worth of merchandise.

Took me 3 months to get the restraining order on me removed. And now I have a permanent one on him.

But I lost everything I had in the process.

My day job , multiple businesses I started , over $250,000 in merchandise. My family heirlooms and pictures etc. Clothes you name it. I literally had to start life over and in debt for lawyers fees and having to pay bills for a house i was not allowed to live in. after its said and done I have no respect for the legal system and realize that nothing protects me from this person who continues to stalk me.

The system does not work. and anyone can get a protection / restraining order on another person.

Be careful who you rent a room too as they can take everything you own. And the police wont care.

fyi the weekend before they got a tro on me he did a false 911 call saying i was holding him hostage with guns and the police almost took him to jail for a false call. I did law enforcement for 3 years prior and at the time every fire arm i own was locked in a rv as i didnt trust my roomates around my firearms in the new house.

some ppl move in to just steal everything you have. be careful

Posted by SelfHandled on 10/25/2016 at 8:26 AM

Re: “The tick and the time bomb

Brothers and sisters, I want to quickly tell all here how my dog was cured of his Anemia Due to Iron Deficiency. Rhod Minster is my name, and I live in USA. My dog was diagnosed of Anemia Due to Iron Deficiency months ago, and my dog begins go slimmer by the day. His doctor said this disease have no cure, my dog is going to die. So I was already crying waiting for that faithful day my dog will finally die. But after some time, my friend came visiting and saw how slim my dog was so she asked what was wrong with my dog, and I told her but she said to me that a doctor who is a specialist in dogs uses herbal process to cure her own dog of lyme disease, and also another was cured of parvovirus and that since then her dog was cured, her dog have been doing very fine. So she gave me the contact details of her dog, and I contacted the said doctor his name is Doctor Uwadia Amenifo. I explained to him what my dog is passing through and promised to help me save my dog, so we made necessary arrangements and he prepared the herbal medicine, and sent it to me in USA. So I was giving the medicine to my dog just as he directed and behold my dog so responded positively to his medicine, and today my dog is totally cured of his long suffered Anemia Due to Iron Deficiency. So I decide to come here and tell all whose dog has a one deadly disease or the other to quickly contact Doctor Uwadia Amenifo. His email is (, phone number (+2349052015874).

Posted by Rhod Minster on 10/25/2016 at 1:37 AM

Re: “10-year-old is seizure-free after one year of cannabis oil

My name is Florence form Canada I had a history of uncontrolled tonic clonic seizures for 20 years. I've tried many anticonvulsants and had never been able to stop the seizures. Surgery was not an option. My seizures worsened as I aged. Finally, i met a Doctor on the internet called Lawson . I ordered for the Herbal medication and used the medication for 6 months, after which I went for medical test, which has been confirmed cured completely. It worked! I've been seizure free for 12 months. contact him on via email

Posted by Florence Blake on 10/25/2016 at 12:05 AM

Re: “Building the new Pikes Peak Summit Complex will be no easy task

What, no mention of the efforts to also build the Pikes Peak Observatory up there?

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Posted by Bruce Bookout on 10/24/2016 at 12:23 PM

Re: “Cracks in the code

Good analysis - Apropos , if someone needs to fill out a KY AOC-105 , my kids came across a blank version here

Posted by Tamala Hagedorn on 10/24/2016 at 12:10 AM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

A lot of people are simply voting AGAINST a candidate, not FOR one. That is the only explanation why anyone would vote for people with such severe faults.

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Posted by Baba Kakuta on 10/22/2016 at 4:23 PM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

No, hipdude, I'm still working, still upright, still contributing something other than vitriol. This forum has been fully one sided for quite some time. I'm glad I can be entertaining. As one of my friends said, don't let the usual suspects bother you. I don't, and he also said keep posting. I will.

If nothing else, hippyhelper, you're true to form. I know change is difficult, but give it a try and contribute some solutions instead of middle-school pap.

Curious, I qualify as an entrepreneur, a small business owner, and a taxpayer. I let my objections to regulations be heard, I vote my conscience (and for the good of the country) and try to help folks help themselves. No free lunch (tanstafl, anyone). As far as government not creating jobs, I agree in part because legislated contractual improvements to our infrastructure creates jobs by the thousands, and when gov't is handcuffed or misguided by anti-tax policy that doesn't happen. Public/private partnerships in every sector of our society have worked for years and should be at work for us now but for TABOR.

You blame city officials for complicity with developers that short change the working public. We're in the midst of an important election cycle. Colorado Springs has the opportunity to make changes, but I don't see any coming on the near horizon. Apparently everyone is with satisfied with the status quo or apathetic because of the influence of money in politics. If the TaxedEnoughAlready folks are happy with the way things are things won't change, and the Republican control of the city gov't will remain unchallenged. If things aren't already far enough to the right for you, then run Joel Miller again. If that doesn't work you can't go much further right, so let the pendulum swing back toward the center, where most of us live. To support real change then vote money out of politics and corrupt politicians out of office.

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Posted by Vietnamized on 10/22/2016 at 2:57 PM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

Vietnamized: Ya got me! Auto-correct got the better of me. Well, actually Mr.K-- spotted the error, and you just regurgitated his comment.

Jealous of what? Is it the heroic way you are changing the world through your sheeple like ramblings on an internet forum? Maybe it's the way you face gender confusion head on with such courage? Maybe its that full head of hair and sparkling teeth, and the way they make you look so pretty?

My resume? Are you trying to hire me? If you need a home caregiver to change your bed pan, contact the V.A., I have all the work I can handle.

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Posted by hippyhelper on 10/22/2016 at 2:07 PM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

hippyhelper, you're jealous! Do you have a resume? I'd like to see it. After your use of antidote instead of anecdote I'd like to see your high school diploma, too.

Look - I was attacked by posters who doubted my military service, my work qualifications, my patriotism, even my gender. I defend myself when necessary. As far as the comb over, I still have all my hair and teeth.

You can sit in judgement of me if you choose, but I haven't seen anything real or substantive from you yet. Keep on attacking me. It makes no difference at all.

Ballot will be in the mail on Monday, Joel. And by your use of words I can see I did get under your skin. I answered your gender questions long ago - you chose to ignore.

Curious, thanks for clearing up Mr. Miller's record. Things were going like that long before Mr. Miller was old enough to vote, yet the city just seems to keep on keeping on. I have seen it go from 25,000 residents to who knows how many now, seen the city limits expand, seen businesses come and go, with big box stores running the little guy out of the market.

I've been self-employed for most of my adult life. I'm comfortable with what I've accomplished, but I still fall short of my own expectations, and strive to do better. I have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on wages over the last 45 years, and even in the 70's was paying labor $10/hr when market was about $5, and minimum was less than that. That's helping others achieve the American dream - hardly self-aggrandizing and narcissistic. I suppose I could retire, make some popcorn and sit back and watch the show - but where's the fun in that? I guess I could just quit and play golf every day, game would improve, but it would be totally self-serving. I choose to continue to try to make a difference, like Mr. Miller, but I do it differently.

Thanks for the edit, Mr. K...spelling and context are important!

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Posted by Vietnamized on 10/22/2016 at 12:33 PM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

Joel Miller did unexpectedly well in the mayoral race. He did especially well considering that City Leaders were vehemently opposed to him being elected mayor. And the Gazette, owned by billionaire Anschutz, also owner of multiple properties and business entities in COS, printed voluminous reams of copy expressing its opposition to him and his fiscally conservative ideas of govt. The reason for the venom and animosity is that Miller believes tax dollars should be used to pay for those legitimate govt functions such as public safety, roads, parks, wildfire and flood mitigation, storm water, utilities, and administrative departments to carry out these tasks and not for economic development and job creation. The only jobs govt can create are in the public sector, jobs paid for from taxes collected from employees and employers in the private sector. But govt can assist the private sector in job creation by reducing the burden of taxes, fees, licenses, and overkill regulations. Making the economic climate attractive for entrepreneurs and businesses will result in jobs for the un- and underemployed.

As evidence of fiscally irresponsible ideas, our City Leaders believe in helping developers build more housing for the affluent and more shopping centers filled with national chain restaurant and retail stores. Our City Leaders believe in giving developers our tax dollars to pay for infrastructure and other amenities to revamp "blighted" neighborhoods, with the result that risk is transferred to the citizens and profits to the developers. Our City Leaders believe that building a downtown stadium using tax dollars without the consent of the citizens will revitalize the area. To achieve this objective, our City Leaders intend to divert sales tax dollars from roads and other govt functions in order to construct a concrete blob next door to the Olympic Museum because a stadium is what a major landowner/developer wants so that all those properties he owns in the area will go up in value and so that he, now just a common ordinary millionaire, can realize his goal of becoming a billionaire.

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Posted by curious on 10/22/2016 at 12:01 PM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

The word you are reaching for, hippyhelper, is "anecdote," not "antidote."

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 10/22/2016 at 11:44 AM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

Vietnamized: My position is that you are engaging in insidious innuendo without much in the way of facts to back it up. Thanks for helping shore that up for me.

Your arguments with their overly abundant use of "I" statements and personal antidotes in place of verifiable facts contain an assortment of logical fallacies that any high school student should be able to spot as indicative of a weak argument.

Your entire rhetorical style is a spot on impression of Donald Trump. Are you rocking a spray tan and comb-over as well?

You are endlessly entertaining though.

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Posted by hippyhelper on 10/22/2016 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

Once again. Mr/Mrs Vietnam (No Gender snark intended--just unsure of who you are): Absolutely got my butt kicked. I accepted no corporate donations and $14,000 will not overcome $500,000. Proud of my campaign and 3rd place finish with 16% of the votes and the issues that were part of the campaign because of me. Despite the hate messages from detractors, I never once considered any of those I would serve as either deplorable or irredeamable but repeatedly re-affirmed my commitment to serve all citizens.

It's obvious your disdain runs deep and your insults from behind your anonymity are intended to strike a nerve, so I won't indulge your hope for a bite. I simply say that the record will clearly demonstrate the enormous efforts I made to change the Status quo. The record will also clearly show that despite being the only councilmember with a full time job in the private sector with a young family to raise, I nevertheless worked 60 hours per week on council duties and informing my constituents of what was happening inside their city and maintained the best attendance record of any other councilmember. But facts will certainly not be an antidote to the accumulated bile that guides you. As to Hillary Clinton, her private sector job ended with her being precluded from practicing law and her record in the Senate where she served on the majority includes bills she sponsored involving naming post offices and highways and designating historic sites. Her votes supported the invasion of Iraq, the failed stimulus and the bank bailout.

I'll end this little chat here. Don't forget to mail your ballot.

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Posted by Joel C. Miller on 10/21/2016 at 4:24 PM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

Actually, hippy helper, I was trying to shore up your position. As for self-aggrandizing and narcissistic, I was clarifying who I am and what my experience level is. How about you?

Joel, is that gender snark all you've got? No wonder you got your butt kicked in the mayoral election. Loud and clear, the people's voice was heard! Your views and support of Trump indicate (at least to me) that you are not satisfied with the way things are, but your experience as an elected official produced what changes for the better. I'm unfamiliar with your record - please enlighten me. To take a page from Trump's playbook, how come you didn't get things changed while you were in office? Did the big, bad good ol' boys network shut you down? Or did your ideas get rejected by your constituents?

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Posted by Vietnamized on 10/21/2016 at 1:34 PM

Re: “2016 Indy endorsements cheat sheet

Cs Indy, obviously backing special interest with their nominations. People, please do your own research, if 71 passes we are are screwed as citizens. Colorado care REPLACES YOUR TAXED EARNINGS IN YOUR PAYCHECKS. They act like its a huge raise, but they don't offer calculations for fiscal savings on paychecks without medical coming out of then, only how much taxes are raised. And I am tired of getting pushed aside medically, with doctors refusing to do the tests to actually figure out what's wrong with me because of my insurance.

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Posted by Tresa Morris on 10/21/2016 at 10:04 AM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

Vietnamized: It would have been simpler to just admit you were just piling on baseless b.s..

Your self-aggrandizing, narcissistic posts are always a source of endless entertainment though. Thanks for the chuckles. Keep the faith, you really are one of the "true believers " . Oh.... by they way, only dorks listened to disco in the 80's.....

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Posted by hippyhelper on 10/20/2016 at 7:17 PM

Re: “Few local GOP faithful are willing to say whether they support Trump

I do not know the political leanings of Attila the Hun, but I have heard that Steve Bannon calls himself a "Leninist" and I do know that Lenin was a staunch communist.

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Posted by Mr. K-- on 10/20/2016 at 6:00 PM

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