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Lights, action, and don’t consider quitting day job

Lights, action, and don’t consider quitting day job

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When I attended the filming, I had no idea what to expect, but it was a pleasant experience overall.

The Reader 4/19/14
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Comments, complaints and compliments…readers respond.

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Buying a home? Prepare to have fingernails removed
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The kicker came when our Realtor (who we enjoyed) called and said: “Jonathan, you need to write a letter to the current owners and tell them why they should sell the house to you.”

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Pull up the gangplank because we’re not getting any smaller
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And still they come. Texas added more residents than any other state in 2013 over the previous year – more than twice the national rate of population growth.

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HISD priorities wrong in weight loss program
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Monetary incentives for weight loss is immoral and unfair to the employees who aren’t losing four pounds or more per month.

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Reader 4/12/14

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Reader 4/12/14
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A lot of great ideas have somehow gone missing
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Let me check my list of the vanquished and vanished.

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Not all growth is worthy of complaint
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It’s interesting when we talk about growth and development. There are a lot of things we despise about them, but when you realize that our growth is improving our way-of-life, maybe it’s helpful that we put this sea of change in perspective.

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Students’ message of hope helps editor remember grandparents
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That’s what made the March 28 performance of “The Hiding Place” by First Baptist Academy students so amazing.
The students, between fifth and eighth grades, showed depth and understanding far beyond their years in portraying how faith, hope and love was present in some courageous families during one of the darkest periods in the history of the world.

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Call us anything, but don’t call us sell-outs
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You can call us a lot of things – bad journalists, crummy writers, poor editors, inept publishers – but those who would accuse The Leader of selling out just for advertising are blatantly wrong.

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