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Buying a home? Prepare to have fingernails removed

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.”

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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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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Blame politician goofiness for our apathy
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The reason we stay home is because our candidates don’t talk about things we care to hear, which means we can blame the candidates for our apathy.

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Can you find any good from traffic sins?
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My transgressions have not required jail time, but you need to know about them.

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An old friend is rejuvenating our community
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I want to tell you about a man who has served us for almost five decades now, who has done more for our community than any single person I know.

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We’re hosting a party just for our seniors
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Almost a year ago, our office started talking about ways we could better serve our community.

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Got any advice for real hazards of child rearing?
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A public relations firm sends me an email about three times a week with such ‘ground-breaking’ research on child rearing.

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Can’t we get offended and still keep talking?
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A news medium that doesn’t offend every once in a while – at least in my opinion – is worthless.

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When parents get involved, our schools win
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In terms of bettering a community, I do not believe there is a single thing more important than parents getting involved in public schools.

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