Maybe they should have turned them into hard cider? Or animal feed? Surely they could have found some trucks and skipped Portland and Seattle which ship to foreign countries. This sounds like incredibly poor planning by the Washington State Fruit Association and growers relying on only one mode of transport for distribution. And I hate red delicious. They are no longer tasty and typically mushy.
I think the one thing being missed is the notion that folks will pay a premium for walk ability. We have low incomes in Idaho. I want to continue walking but if you gentrify the neighborhood too much, far less folks who would walk will be able afford it. And we don't want to live in Kuna or Meridian.
Glad it's April Fools because only a fool would propose something like this. They'd be tarred and feathered!
Sadly being in Caven Williams means no one will be able to attend. My daughter and her soccer club practiced there in winter. It holds no more than 2500 people max. That totally sucks. It's not worth the hassle to stand in line when tickets will be gone in a half hour, sadly. But seeing Obama is well worth it.
Hmm, That's basically less than an hour, but I'll take it. Assuming I manage to get a ticket.
The proposed ordinance is bullshit, plain and simple. Lazy cops, lazier county officials. Gee, let's criminalize every underage drinker and their parents. How about an infraction like a parking ticket at the most? How about some commen sense like when I grew up? Empty the drinks. Call the parents and/ or drive the kids home? This shouldn't even be a criminal offense!
Thank you because I almost always am in my own on Christmas and have tried Madhuban and they make all us singles feel welcome.
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