Wow! A dream come true! How fun!
I am having dry needling for tennis elbow. Along with exercising and stretching. And the graston technique. The needling part has been the most effective part of my treatment program. Acupuncturists need to get over themselves and realise it may be the same tool used but it's entirely different procedure.
I need a job where would I apply for a trimmer job?
The design and culture of Colorado Springs can simply be described as short-sighted and close-minded. -Konrad Schlarbaum
The pothole debacle this Spring, and the response that followed crystalized how things run here. Unfortunate and also true.
I have a possession charge that was expunged 2yrs ago in south carolina. I also have a possession and DUI that I plead guilty to over 7yrs ago in Kentucky. Will those stop me from getting a support license in Colorado? Would employers also be less likely to hire me? They are only misdemeanors and all fines were paid. I also completed DUI school if that matters. Hope it doesn't mess up my chances.
What's trivial about long-term saved money and escaping a commodity that is tied to external economic pressure for continual rate increases?
What's trivial about choosing the fruits of technology advancement. American society gave up the buggy whip to invest in the Model T long ago and hasn't looked back for the old technology.
Is this for real?
A bunch of cliches and trivial talking points?
StoneyBertz deserves to be #1! Congrats fam!Listen to StoneyBertz: https://stoneybertz.bandcamp.com/music
The Surface rocks!
This seems very similar to an article recently published by Julia Serano.
Particularly the "don't punch down" part, but that's none of my business...
John Gordon. I too vote for Red Crags. Best B&B we've ever stayed in, and we've stayed in many all over the country.
I vote for Red Crags! It is a wonderful scenic place! It is owned by my cousins. We went there and it is so beautiful. I vote for Red Crags to win first place!!
- Non-native: A species that was brought to an area unintentionally or intentionally by humans. Non-native species can be invasive, but not all non-native species are invasive.
- Invasive: A non-native species which spreads and starts wiping out native species.
- Pheasant: This non-native species has only a small impact on native species and is not considered invasive.
- Pig/Boar AKA hogs: This invasive species is extremely damaging and out competes many native species for resources. In some areas they are so bad that people have been paid to hunt them.
- Russian Thistle: Invasive weed which wipes out native species and increases fire danger.
- Cheat Grass: Another invasive species which some wildlife cannot or will not eat, thus putting pressure not only on native plants, but also on native animals.
happy hour BEST DEAL is $1 wells at CLEATS on Delmonico every night 11pm- midnight.... great staff and bar munchies Just moved here from NYS and i have no relationship to the place except a customer...
What a beautiful story.
What happened to all the old standard farmers markets at Memorial Park and Powers? Half my friends have to go to the store to buy veggies because they can't find a market. They need to advertise or something.
There is a farmers market in Fountain. Mondays, I believe.
Did anybody else notice the fact that there are no farmers' markets in the "southeast quadrant"???
I like your name "Local Beer 4 All".
Creating our basic needs on a local level including our Beer is always a good idea.
Now back to the issue of charging a monthly maintenance fee. We are not talking a few extra dollars for this fee. Charging customers close to $30.00 a month, close to $400.00 a year just to stay connected is excessive or so it seems and this "Fee" obviously keeps getting bigger.
To really break this issue down to the nuts and bolts of what is necessary to keep the grid maintained we need to right here in a public forum look at the real costs involved and how much would the true cost add to our kilowatt hour charge on our bill each month.
We can add the cost to our kilowatt hours to keep the cost fair for everyone.
Those who want to conserve will save money and those who use more power will pay for their usage.
So "Beer 4 All" how much is the true maintenance cost and how much would this add to our kilowatt hour cost?
Its just simple math - lets talk about this.
Do some research on the subject and get back to us.
E. Allen Owen III
New Urban Design General Education.
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