You know, the more I read this story I can only come to three conclusions and will put them in order of likely hood starting with the least likely.
1.) He made enemies who slipped him a mickey, took his money and they are paying off State Department officials to look the other way.
2.) While teaching English, he had his class read passages from the Holy Bible and those commies just don't take to kindly to His Word.
3.) Mild mannered English teacher by day, CIA by night.
That's all I got.
August 10, 2014 at 10:10 p.m.
could it be . . .
could it be sarcasm? perhaps?
September 21, 2011 at 5:42 p.m.
Man, I don't know about you guys but one look at this Dailey fella and I see "bad news" written all over him.
I mean be honest now, if this guy gets out of a car and approaches you, you're thinking hell is about to pay you a visit. Fender bender? Yeah I'm on to your tricks bucko . . . I see how you roll!
Our society clearly is not safe with a man like Dailey roaming the streets . . .
Crayton? Four years ain't long enough . . . I hope you drop the soap on more than one occasion.
September 21, 2011 at 5:10 p.m.
What an honor it is to be considered the best and brightest incoming freshman.
best wishes to all of you
May 14, 2011 at 8:55 a.m.
Not to beat a dead horse . . . I'm no animal lover but the Charity in Animal Charity needs re-evaluated maybe . . .
I have a small cat running around the house, stray, friendly, but I have no room at the inn for this cat and want to get someone to come take it. I called every number in the book, animal related, and either they wanted to charge me money to take the thing, or they were going to kill the cat. I called the CLS and they didn't want it either.
I wish I could call the Trapper and have him come get it.
Anyone want a cat???
Anyone??? Cat ladies??? Want to restock your shelves for free??? Come get the cat!!
September 18, 2010 at 1:08 a.m.
With my luck, I'd get pulled over by a Poland cop going 27 in a 25 on my way to renew my license.
If the lady who "won" the license has any scruples she would offer the jobs to the people that work there now. If she doesn't . . . look for nepotism.
April 30, 2010 at 9:41 a.m.
And so now it has come to this? The right to peacefully assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances is being hung out to dry because a few knuckleheads don't know how to behave themselves.
I would love to hear Ryan explain his vote, I would love to hear the finer details. AND I would love to ask this question:In four years when this law becomes law of the land, and the uninsured become the insured, is there a level of insurance mandated? For example, can my insurance, which is currently at 80-20 be reduced to 50-50 to compensate for those now being insured?
What EXACTLY constitutes quality health care when there is no reformation of pricing, cost controls and tort reform to say nothing of actually paying for this down the road?
So who do I owe a hearty thanks for this to? The democrats that passed it, or the Chineese who will pay for it via borrowing?
March 31, 2010 at 10:05 p.m.
Bush economy or not, Obama economy or not . . . the question remains; What has the economy done to justify the increase in the dow?
Careful with the labeling . . . no neocons over here . . .
March 27, 2010 at 8:23 p.m.
-----------You say it's a lie that the stock market is rising even though the Dow is approaching 11,000 and is up from 6,500 a year ago.-----------
I find that funny. How much of that is driven by investors trying to recoup what they lost? What has the economy done in the last year to justify that increase?
As for John Boccieri, what exactly changed his mind? If all it took was a few constituents' hard luck story then I would like to propose that he is NOT in tune to his district as he should have been for it all along.
No no, I think John told Nancy he needed some love and a backroom deal was brokered.
Sweatpea is right. This was about political survival than what it right for the country.
March 27, 2010 at 6:42 p.m.
You naysayers have all the answers.
I suppose Mayor Williams could wave a magic wand and completely cure the city of all its ills. I suppose a plan devised some seven or eight years ago should have solved the multitude of problems this city has.
However, what CEO would relocate his business in a city with the neighborhoods looking the way they are? When Tressel was coaching here, they used to bring recruits in at night so they couldn't see all the blight.
First things first, you clean up your neighborhoods--try getting families relocating here otherwise--and you continue to lay the foundations of building upon your strengths namely, YSU.
Believe it or not, there are factors out of the Mayor's control. He can't force companies to come here, especially in this economy and especially when our feds give them tax breaks to go overseas. He has no control over the incredibly inept school district--another HUGE detriment to the city. He has no control over crime. He can only respond to it.
-----------STAN SAID:"Lets put them to work at low tech jobs and cut down on their 24/7 idle time which they are using to destroy the city."
I agree, but the devil in the details is how do you propose he pay for that?
March 14, 2010 at 4:23 p.m.