Traditional

Traditional burials in the United States operate differently. Less of a circle, more of a dead end. Studies reveal that every year 800,000 gallons of the toxic chemical formaldehyde, more than 2 billion tons of concrete and hundreds of millions of tons of non biodegradable caskets are put into the ground with our loved ones. […]

this project hasn’t been

Again, this project hasn’t been approved yet. The time to borrow money and demolish buildings is AFTER the board has OFFICIALLY voted to replace the building. That can’t legally happen until the public is given details on the actual building plans (with REAL numbers, not estimates) and after public hearings are held to allow for […]

They also attend workshop classes

“They also attend workshop classes to increase their skills for employment. Tracy proved she is responsible she just needs support to help and guide her.” Acevedo has her learner’s permit and will soon get her first driver’s license. She’s writing resumes and looking for a job. Natalie Perry from The Depot Bakery said interesting people […]

the world exploded for them

That, the world exploded for them. It look like success came out of nowhere, but trust me, they worked for it. Of course they did. He was/is too predictable to be effective. These days, his run up to wkt is actually faster than his delivery. Apologize if I upset his fans (I am one too, […]

As he stepped up his role in the

As he stepped up his role in the absence of his ailing father, Lee was seen as the new face of Samsung, fluent in foreign languages and educated oversees. Since Lee assumed a bigger role, Samsung promised to inject the company top down hierarchy with a nimble, startup like attitude. Corruption allegations similar to those […]

I think I am going to start a new

I think I am going to start a new movement called the Day After. Next year on Halloween I will stick a big sign on my lawn saying, “Sorry, no treats tonight. Come back tomorrow.” The logic for this move is simple. In your trouser pockets, every ounce and every cubic inch counts. That’s why […]

Making

In the years since, those troubles have been compounded by rising fuel costs and the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression. The recession hit San Bernardino particularly hard. As Keady noted, an airline making a play for San Bernardino would be betting on drawing customers from a region with high unemployment and foreclosures. Making […]