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Messages - Lepard LLC

1921
Religion Opinion / Re: All-American bird...
« on: October 31, 2008, 04:37:45 AM »
I get it, we laugh about this stuff everytime we see each other.
 
I have a sense of humor also... but thus far, everyone on this thread hasn't figured that out yet.

1922
Local News / Re: Help Pardon Stewie!!!
« on: October 31, 2008, 03:54:06 AM »
I did about 600, you folks are working it.
 
We have been making a huge difference.

1923
National Political Opinion / Re: Early voting... I just voted!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:51:08 PM »
Radical little shit aren't I?

1924
National Political Opinion / Re: Early voting... I just voted!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:50:27 PM »
Early voting permission granted. Yours is legit.
 
I would be willing to bet almost every candidate of both parties had already voted, because of the reasons Ed just said.  I have voted already but I have to be in Jefferson City next Monday - Thursday evening because of large school groups coming up each day and  then duties on Election night at the cacus gathering.

Dave

1925
National Political Opinion / Re: Early voting... I just voted!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:48:56 PM »
We know you are special.
 
Well i am special and i voted 2 weeks ago and my wife voted today.
 If you think the people in Florida are not special wait and see the hanging chad on all the Nobama ballots :poke:

1926
National Political Opinion / Re: Early voting... I just voted!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:47:23 PM »
To me absetee means absent, what if everyone voted beforehand?

1927
National Political Opinion / Re: Early voting... I just voted!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:29:40 PM »
Good point, but no one expects him to not vote in his own precinct.. I think saying you will be in Dixon shouldn't qualify.. I am not special so I will vote on election day..
 

 
 

"Will be absent from your precinct on voting day" is probably what Mr Farnham checked.  Lots of candidates whose name appears on the ballot vote absentee, due to the fact they will probably be campaigning at another polling place. If they do happen to make it by their particular polling place on Election Day, they don't have to go inside or within the 30 feet of the polling place so one cannot construe that a candidate was violating the "no electioneering within 30 feet of a polling place" law.
 
It's really one of those "darned if you do or darned if you don't" situations.

1928
National Political Opinion / Re: Early voting... I just voted!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:24:11 PM »
Here is a quote from Farnham himself.

"Some of us political junkies have already voted by absentee and are just waiting for the election outcome.
When the phone rings and the voice on the other end starts the why I should vote for their candidate I put a stop to them real quick by announcing that I have voted already.
Wish I would have thought of this years ago, sure does cut down the phone time from the phone banks."

1929
National Political Opinion / Re: Early voting... I just voted!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:15:16 PM »
Farnham voted early, which one of those did he qualify for?? It doesn't say I am better than you on any line.. I doubt he is out of town on election day either. SO that leaves.     
  • Are incapacitated or confined due to illness or physical disability, or caring for an incapacitated person
  • Are restricted by religious belief or practice 
  • Are employed by an election authority 
  • Are incarcerated, but have retained all your voting qualifications
Perhaps he's afraid he will qualify for the last one by election day?


 
 
I had no wait what-so-ever.  Here are the requirements for early voting:       
  • Will be absent from your voting jurisdiction on election day 
  • Are incapacitated or confined due to illness or physical disability, or caring for an incapacitated person
  • Are restricted by religious belief or practice 
  • Are employed by an election authority 
  • Are incarcerated, but have retained all your voting qualifications

1930
Local News / Re: Help Pardon Stewie!!!
« on: October 30, 2008, 08:11:00 PM »
They are catching up fast.

1931
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Boobies - for Rick
« on: October 30, 2008, 05:06:20 PM »
I was busy talking about boobies in another thread. No harm no foul. I have to work for a few hours now.. Later..
 
2 minutes - it took you two minutes to open it! you're getting slow Rick!

1932
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
« on: October 30, 2008, 05:03:25 PM »
Like Obama said we can't use the axe when a scalpel is the better tool.

1933
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
« on: October 30, 2008, 05:00:38 PM »
You have to call Dr. Desert Sky for that.
 
 
so I take it you don't offer the male mamogram?

1934
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
« on: October 30, 2008, 04:52:39 PM »
Yes I have heard of this..  This isn't my specialty that I went to school for 9 years to perfect.. We manogram experts have to stay focused.
 
 
 
 
Ok, well in that case........Dr. Lepard, you know men get breast cancer too.   :wink1a:

1935
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Boobies - for Rick
« on: October 30, 2008, 04:49:03 PM »
What a big let down.
 
 
 
so what did you think you were going to see......
it's HALLOWEEN time.

1936
What surprises me is how much time is spent here talking about the presidential race while local corruption goes unnoticed.. We all can't do much to change the outcome of the presidential race but we sure can affect change at the local level.. We can't change how things are done in Washington for sure. It seems like we have alot of people in local government treating us all like a bunch of idiots. We need to speak out against this behavior..

1937
All I saw in he paper was the Prosecutor would release the infomation under the sunshine law, but did not specify what information, or what case. This was after a closed session of the County Commission meeting. I believe other readers made te acusation in the papers comment section.
 

Wasn't there in article in the DG that said he was under investigation.?

1938
So if the people saying he used county money to pave a private road are right, you would still vote for him? Wouldn't that give him the go ahead to spend our hard earned money in this way again? When I asked people in power at the court house they couldn't comment on it, that tells me there must be something to this.. Because if there wasn't an on going case or investigation they would say so immediately. Why is it being buried until after the election? If he has to step down because of it, the Governor will appoint his replacement, not us..
 
I bet the guy who allegedly got his road paved with county money is voting for him too...
 
Personally I don't claim to walk on water.. I have not been the perfect person all my life, just like most people.. But when it comes to county money I draw the line, there will never be any relief coming from me when I think we might be getting screwed. People in that position must be above reproach, or I am going to report it, over and over. I don't care what our elected officials do in their private life.. I care what they do to our lives..
 
 
 
 
 
 
I will still be voteing for Com. Farnham.  He is the only Commissioner that seems to care about this County and shows it by getting involved in such things as the new generator for the courthouse.

1939
Things that make you go HMMMM / Re: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
« on: October 30, 2008, 03:35:06 PM »
I am offering free Manograms in the Pulaski County Area.
 
 
MEN YOU WILL NOT GET A CHEAP THRILL OUT OF THIS SO YOU DON'T NEED TO READ THIS IT IS FOR THE WOMEN

Seriously, all women get your mammograms.  I am a survivor of 6 years.  My tumor was found at a very early stage by a mammogram.  It was so small it could not be felt by self exam nor could the doctor feel it in their exam.  I did not have to had Chemo or radiation.

GET YOUR MAMMOGRAM EVERY YEAR.

1940
Local News / Re: It's not every day we link to a story in the Democrat..
« on: October 30, 2008, 03:49:40 AM »
That's what I am thinking.
 
 
Does this include the Firefighters soliciting to 'Fill The Boot' for MDA?

1941
Local News / It's not every day we link to a story in the Democrat..
« on: October 30, 2008, 03:12:21 AM »
Ok, it's not even yearly..  Brings up a good point.. The Democrat I am told has about 400 subscribers, and the Daily Guide I'm told has about 600 subscribers.. Guess the point here is, more people read my site.. AND Darrell is doing much better work..
 
 
 
Seems St. Robert has outlawed standing at traffic lights soliciting..
 
http://richlandmirror.com/publish/article_2826.shtml

1942
Ladies having a hard time deciding who to vote for, for Eastern District Commissioner? Then go by looks if you can't decide...

http://content.gatehousemedia.com/files/20/farnham,arnold10:28.pdf




1943
Music, Bands, Concerts? / Re: Anyone like Oldie's
« on: October 29, 2008, 08:35:22 PM »
Here's some oldies for ya.

1. Good Morning to All (Happy Birthday To You) - 1893 
2. Amazing Grace - 1800
3. Jingle Bells - 1857 (by James Pierpont)
4. Old MacDonald Had A Farm - 1859 
5. Camptown Races - 1850 (Stephen Foster)
6. Mary Had a Little Lamb - 1889
7. Rock-a-bye Baby - 1884 (by Effie I. Canning) 
8. Alphabet Song - 1834 (copyrighted by C. Bradlee, it's probably older) 
9. Wedding March - 1844 (by Felix Mendelssohn, from A Midsummer Night's Dream) 
10. William Tell Overture - 1829
11. Semper Fidelis - 1886 (by John Philip Sousa)
12. (Oh Dem) Golden Slippers - 1879 
13. Stars and Stripes Forever - 1897 (by Sousa)
14. When Johnny Comes Marching Home Again - 1863 (by Louis Lambert & Patrick Gilmore) 
15. Chopsticks - 1877
16. The Battle Hymn of the Republic - 1862 (by Julia Ward Howe)
17. While Strolling Through The Park One Day - 1884 (by Ed Haley)
18. Can Can - 1858 (by Offenbach)
19. When The Saints Go Marching In - 1896 (by Katherine E. Purvis & James M. Black) 
20. Row Row Row Your Boat - 1881 
21. Funeral March (Pray For The Dead and the Dead Will Pray For You...) - 1840
22. Fur Elise - 1810 (by Beethoven)
23. I've Been Working on the Railroad - 1894
24. She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain - 1899 
25. Oh! Susanna - 1848 (by Stephen Foster)
26. Glory! Glory! Hallelujah! - 1861 
27. America (God Shed His Grace On Thee) words - 1832
28. I've Been Working On The Railroad - 1894 (copyright, is probably older) 
29. Dixie's Land (aka Dixie) - 1860 
30. Home, Sweet Home - 1823 (by John Howard Payne) 
31. Joy to the World - 1839 (by Handel)
32. A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight - 1896
33. Alouette -1879
34. O Where O Where Has My Little Dog Gone - 1864 (by James Bland)
35. Turkey In De Straw - 1834 
36. Funiculi Funicula - 1880
37. Polly Wolly Doodle (All The Day) - 1883 (copyright, is probably older)
38. Reveille - 1890
39. Gloria - 1890 (by Mozart)
40. (Oh My Darling) Clementine - 1863 (by Percy Montrose & H S. Thompson)
41. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot - 1872 
42. Onward, Christian Soldiers - 1871 (by Rev. Sabine Baring-Gould & Sir Arthur Sullivan)
43. The Yellow Rose of Texas - 1858
44. O Little Town of Bethlehem - 1868
45. Buffalo Gals - 1844 (heard in film, It's a Wonderful Life. Malcom McClaren did it in the 1980s too)
46. My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean - 1881
47. Blue Danube Waltz - 1867 (by J.S. Strauss)
48. Shoo Fly Don't Bother Me - 1869 
49. Rock of Ages - 1832 (by Hastings)
50. Au Clair de la Lune - 1811
51. Morning - 1890 (by Luse)
52. Home on the Range - 1873 (by Daniel Kelly & Brewster M. Higley)
53. King Cotton March - 1895 
54. (I Dream Of) Jeannie with the Light Brown Hair - 1854 (by Stephen Foster) 
55. (Gimme That) Old Time Religion - 1865
56. Song Of India - 1897 (by Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov)
57. The Man on the Flying Trapeze - 1868
58. Hail to the Chief - 1820 (by Sir Walter Scott & James Sanderson)
59. Barber of Seville - 1813
60. Old Folks at Home (Way Down Upon the Swanee River) - 1851 (by Stephen Foster)
61. The Thunderer - 1889 (by John Philip Sousa) 
62. Skip To My Lou - 1844 
63. The Merry, Merry Month of May - 1862 (by Stephen Foster)
64. Frankie and Johnny - 1869
65. Grandfather's Clock - 1876 (by Henry Clay Work)
66. Beautiful Dreamer - 1864 (by Stephen Foster )
67. Away In a Manger - 1887
68. Flying Dutchman Overture - 1844 (by Wagner)
69. The Washington Post - 1889 (by John Philip Sousa) 
70. A Night on Bald Mountain - 1887 (by Mussorgsky)
71. Hello! Ma Baby - 1899 
72. Git Along Little Dogies - 1893
73. Pictures at an Exhibition - 1887 (by Mussorgsky)
74. I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen - 1876
75. Hark the Herald Angels Sing - 1855
76. Sleeping Beauty Waltz - 1890 
77. Peer Gynt Suite - 1888 
78. Mazel Tov - 1894
79. Baa Baa Black Sheep - 1865
80. Liberty Bell March - 1893 (by John Philip Sousa)
81. Red River Valley - 1896 
82. Maple Leaf Rag - 1899 (by Scott Joplin)
83. Goodnight Ladies - 1853 
84. King Cotton March - 1895 (by John Philip Sousa) 
85. Home on the Range - 1873
86. Coronation March - 1849 (by Meyerbeer)
87. Carry Me Back to Old Virginny - 1878 
88. At A Georgia Camp Meeting - 1897 (by Kerry Mills) 
89. She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - 1838 
90. Good Night - 1899 (by Mendelssohn)
91. Dance of the Hours - 1876 (by Ponchielle)
92. Gypsy Love Song - 1898 (by Harry B. Smith & Victor Herbert (From the musical The Fortune Teller)
93. Prelude in C# Minor - 1893 (by Rachmaninoff)
94. Hush-a-bye Baby - 1884
95. El Capitan - 1896 (by John Philip Sousa)
96. It Came Upon the Midnight Clear - 1850 
97. Romeo and Juliet - 1871 (by Tchaikovsky)
98. Three Little Kittens - 1885 
99. Good King Wenceslas - 1860ish (words)
100. I Gave My Love a Cherry - 1850 (heard in 1979 film, Animal House

1944
Local News / Waynesville Graduate Kevin Grieco Killed in Iraq.
« on: October 29, 2008, 05:04:34 PM »
DoD Identifies Army Casualties[/s]
 The Department of Defense announced today the death of two soldiers who were supporting Operation Enduring Freedom. They died Oct. 27 in Baghlan, Afghanistan, of wounds suffered when a suicide bomber detonated explosives as they were preparing to enter a building.
 
  Killed were:   
Sgt. Nicholas A. Casey, 22, of Canton, Ohio, who was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Fort Bragg, N.C.   
Sgt. Kevin D. Grieco, 35, of Bartlett, Ill., who was assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 122nd Field Artillery, Illinois Army National Guard, Sycamore, Ill.   
For more information on Casey, media may contact the U.S. Army Special Operations Command public affairs office at (910) 432-6005 or at http://news.soc.mil .   
For more information on Grieco, media may contact the Illinois National Guard public affairs office at (217) 761-3569; after hours, (217) 725-2265, or at http://www.il.ngb.army.mil .

1945
Restaurant Opinion / Re: Stefano's
« on: October 29, 2008, 03:31:57 AM »
He runs a tight ship for sure, on the other hand if he let everthing they do go, someone would would be in here complaining that they had bad service there.. I was much harder to work for back 25 years ago.. He will mellow, it's the first business he has owned..
 
 
It's been a while since i've commented back on this site. I understand he has a lot of pressure on him, but I don't think he would have a problem finding good help if he'd stop yelling at everyone. I've noticed that the cooks hardly ever get yelled at it's always the waitresses fault. I understand that it is his business, he'll do what he wants. I'm hoping the owner reads this and understands that he will get no where with yelling at a waitress, besides with hiring a new one. I'm not speaking bad about him, I don't know him, but i dont like how when my waitress is talking to me, and he yells at her to come over there, and i have to hear her get yelled at because of me talking to her. She always says it's okay, but i can tell that it bothers her. I go just about once a month. My favorite waitress is luckly still there, but she is the only one that's left since i started coming. I've heard from other people that waitresses can't handle him yelling at them, and they just walk out. The food is wonderful most days, although i wish he would add more sausage  to his pizza's :] i love it. I just wish I wouldn't have to hear my waitress get yelled at constantly when i'm in there. I guess maybe it's my fault for talking to her, but hell, i'm there for a good time, and my waitress always brings a smile to my face. lol ya'll should get her as a waitress, she knows what she is doin! haha. well like i was saying I understand getting stressed, but I don't want to hear you yelling at someone while i'm with my daughter and son that are 2 and 4. I want it to be relaxing and when i see my waitress tense because i just saw her get yelled at, it ruins it.
 
Wishing you all a blessed evening. Goodnight.

1946
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Trena
« on: October 28, 2008, 05:00:21 PM »
LOL, Dont sweat it, in 3 years I will be a third century too..
 
Gee thanks lol

1947
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Trena
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:55:50 PM »
 +_+_+ So you will be a third century sooner than we thought.. LOL
 
 
Nope Nope. Good thing too, because my husband would be in big trouble for forgetting, lol!

1948
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Trena
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:52:42 PM »
What happened in 1975 ?


January 1975


Sunday 05:
The Tasman Bridge in Tasmania, Australia, is struck by the bulk ore carrier Lake Illawarra, killing twelve people.



Wednesday 08:
Ella Grasso becomes Governor of Connecticut, becoming the first woman to serve as a Governor in the United States who did not succeed her husband.



Tuesday 14:
Teenage heiress Lesley Whittle is kidnapped by the Black Panther.



Monday 20:
Michael Ovitz founds Creative Artists Agency.



Thursday 23:
Barney Miller debuts on ABC.



» January 1975




February 1975


Sunday 09:
The Soyuz 17 Soviet spacecraft returns to Earth.



Friday 21:
Watergate scandal: Former United States Attorney General John N. Mitchell and former White House aides H. R. Haldeman and John Ehrlichman are sentenced to prison.



Monday 24:
Hard rock band Led Zeppelin release the classic double album Physical Graffiti.



Friday 28:
A major tube train crash at Moorgate station, London kills 43 people.



» February 1975




March 1975


Thursday 06:
Algiers Accord: Iran and Iraq announce a settlement over their border dispute.



Sunday 09:
Construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System begins.



Monday 10:
Vietnam War: North Vietnamese troops attack Ban Me Thout, South Vietnam, on their way to capturing Saigon.



Tuesday 25:
Faisal of Saudi Arabia is shot and killed by a mentally ill nephew.



Wednesday 26:
The Biological Weapons Convention enters into force.



» March 1975




April 1975


Tuesday 08:
Vietnam War: After spending a week in South Vietnam, U.S. Army Chief of Staff Frederick Weyand gives a report to the U.S. Congress that South Vietnam will fall without additional military aid.



Sunday 13:
An attack by Phalangists on a Palestinian bus in Ain El Remmeneh, Lebanon marks the beginning of a 15 year civil war.



Monday 21:
Vietnam War: President of South Vietnam Nguyen Van Thieu flees Saigon, as Xuan Loc, the last South Vietnamese outpost blocking a direct North Vietnamese assault on Saigon, falls.



Tuesday 22:
Barbara Walters signs a five-year $5 million contract with the American Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), becoming the highest paid television newsperson.



Thursday 24:
The Baader-Meinhof Gang blow up the West German embassy in Stockholm.



» April 1975




May 1975


Monday 12:
Mayagüez incident: The Cambodian navy seizes the American merchant ship SS Mayaguez in international waters.



Friday 16:
Junko Tabei becomes the first woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest.



Wednesday 28:
Fifteen West African countries sign the Treaty of Lagos, thus creating the Economic Community of West African States.



» May 1975




June 1975


Thursday 05:
The UK holds its first and only UK-wide referendum, on remaining in the EEC



Tuesday 24:
An Eastern Airlines Boeing 727 crashes at John F. Kennedy Airport, New York. 113 people die.



Wednesday 25:
Mozambique achieved independence.



Thursday 26:
Indira Gandhi establishes authoritarian rule in India.



» June 1975




July 1975


Wednesday 09:
The National Assembly of Senegal passes a law that will pave way for a (albeit highly restricted) multi-party system.



Friday 11:
Chinese archeologists discover a large burial site with 6,000 clay statutes of warriors from 221 BC.



Saturday 12:
São Tomé and Príncipe declare independence.



Thursday 17:
History of East Timor: East Timor was annexed, and became the 27th province of Indonesia.



Thursday 31:
In Detroit, Michigan, Teamsters Union president Jimmy Hoffa is reported missing.



» July 1975




August 1975


Monday 04:
The Japanese Red Army takes more than 50 hostages at the AIA building housing several embassies in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The hostages included the U.S. consul and the Swedish charge d'affaires. The gunmen win the release of five imprisoned comrades and fly with them to Libya.



Friday 15:
Miki Takeo makes the first official pilgrimage to Yasukuni Shrine by a sitting prime minister on the anniversary of the end of World War II.



Tuesday 19:
The cricket test match between England and Australia is called off after the pitch is vandalised by supporters of George Davis.



Wednesday 20:
Viking program: NASA launches the Viking 1 planetary probe toward Mars.



Monday 25:
Bruce Springsteen releases Born to Run, the album that would launch him to superstardom.



» August 1975




September 1975


Friday 05:
In Sacramento, California, a follower of incarcerated cult leader Charles Manson named Lynette Fromme attempts to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford, but is thwarted by a Secret Service agent.



Sunday 14:
The first American saint, Elizabeth Ann Seton, is canonized by Pope Paul VI.



Tuesday 16:
Papua New Guinea gains its independence from Australia.



Thursday 18:
Patty Hearst is arrested after a year on the FBI Most Wanted List.



Tuesday 30:
The Hughes (later McDonnell-Douglas, now Boeing) AH-64 Apache makes its first flight.



» September 1975




October 1975


Wednesday 01:
Thrilla in Manila: Muhammad Ali defeats Joe Frazier in a boxing match in Manila, Phillipines.



Saturday 11:
Saturday Night Live debuts with George Carlin as the guest host.



Thursday 16:
The Balibo Five, a group of Australian television journalists based in the town of Balibo in the then Portuguese Timor (now East Timor), are killed by Indonesian troops.



Wednesday 22:
Gays in the military: US Air Force Tech Sergeant Leonard Matlovich, a decorated veteran of the Vietnam War, is given a general discharge after appearing in his Air Force uniform on the cover of Time magazine with the headline (printed in all uppercase) "I Am A Homosexual."



Thursday 30:
Prince Juan Carlos becomes King of Spain after dictator Francisco Franco concedes that he is too ill to govern.



» October 1975




November 1975


Thursday 06:
The Sex Pistols play their first concert at St. Martin's School of Art in London.



Monday 10:
United Nations Resolution 3379: United Nations General Assembly approves a resolution equating Zionism with racism (the resolution was repealed in December 1991).



Friday 14:
Spain abandons Western Sahara.



Saturday 22:
Juan Carlos is declared King of Spain following the death of dictator Francisco Franco.



Tuesday 25:
Suriname becomes independent.



» November 1975




December 1975


Monday 01:
The long-running soap opera The Edge of Night switches networks to ABC after 19 years on CBS.



Tuesday 02:
The communist Pathet Lao seizes power in Laos, and establishes the Lao People's Democratic Republic.



Sunday 07:
Indonesia invades East Timor.



Wednesday 10:
Andrei Sakharov wins the Nobel Peace Prize. The prize is accepted by his wife, Yelena Bonner



Friday 26:
Tupolev Tu-144 goes into service in Soviet Union


1949
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Trena
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:51:01 PM »
Oh thought it was today.
 
 
Yes, I'm 32 now. Will be 33 on Nov 12th.

1950
Pulaski Enquirer / Re: Happy Birthday Trena
« on: October 28, 2008, 04:47:47 PM »
Nevermind then.. LOL You aren't 32?
 
Ummm, Rick. I was born is 75  :wink1a: