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You're right crank; it's called "churning the account", When in court and their client is out of money, they tell the judge to postpone it of the case for a while ("Motion to Continue")as they're looking for "Mister Green". [ as in Daddy "Greenbacks"] This is even after they got that whopper of a retainer up front and took the RSA Ch. 311:6 oath that they ignore all the time. The one that reads of to delay no man for lucre nor malice. - - - - - As for his "lie" that Ardinger calls a "false"hood, see: http://www.courts.state.nh.us/committees/attydiscip/index.htm over to: http://www.nhattyreg.org/ for where to file an official complaint as against the Rules http://www.courts.state.nh.us/rules/pcon/ and in particular: Rule 8.4(c) at: http://www.courts.state.nh.us/rules/pcon/pcon-8_4.htm in that: " It is professional misconduct for a lawyer to: . . . c) engage in conduct involving dishonesty, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation;" . So if Ardinger is really serious she WILL file a complaint to this PCC: Professional Conduct Committee, but then Feltes might apologize first? I doubt it, as he seems to be more of the Socialist here of wanting to buy votes of those with children of that age and what? put the baby sitters in the free enterprise system out of business!? (:-) At least Ardinger is going in the right direction of to privatize "education" to some degree. ...(full comment)

Negative mailers, debate over full-day kindergarten heats up District 15 primary

ROTFLMAO ...(full comment)

My Turn: America needs a firm, fair immigration policy

Please don't make me add, "Mary Tyler Moore on Catnip", to your profile. ...(full comment)

Letter: It’s no fun for the pigs

TCB, I always figured it was in reference to some Long Island DiVorcee that burned PBR many moons ago, since he's the only one who ever seems to use this lame acronym. However, upon further review, I see it used in a January/2014 CM thread. Scroll down to a post by "jim...wrote", and find "Low Informed Democratic Voter". As I said, it's pretty lame. Here's the link..............http://www.concordmonitor.com/home/10381285-95/washington-memo-our-democracy-needs-campaign-finance-reform ...(full comment)

My Turn: America needs a firm, fair immigration policy

Gun Owners of NH is conducting what I would call a push poll. It lasts less than two minutes and asks if you would vote for Scott Brown if you knew.....blah...blah...blah. It goes on with four or five questions, before it is done. I am an ardent supporter of gun rights, but I don't believe that is the only issue. I fine with a middle of the road Senator, but I want a Senator who will not be a rubber stamp for Obozo, and that's what Shaheen has become. In the primary, it is more important, is to elect a candidate who can beat Shaheen, and that candidate is not Bob Smith. ...(full comment)

Law puts tighter limits on push polling

Woops- the IPCC predicted in 2007 that winters would become warm and snowless. In hindsight they have added the extremely cold, snowy winters, to cover things either way. ...(full comment)

Letter: What climate change looks like

Something stupid BPR made up. ...(full comment)

My Turn: America needs a firm, fair immigration policy

“Who will invest in every child and every family?” Flip it over to see the green check mark next to a photo of Concord attorney Dan Feltes." If Feltes wants to pay for it, have at it, but it won't be him, he wants you and me to pay for this glorified baby sitting service. Just the fact he's an attorney should disqualify him from holding any office. Attorneys in any legislative or regulatory body, from local ZBAs and Planning Boards on up to President, just live to make things more difficult, complicated and expensive for YOU and me. Why? It makes more work for more attorneys! ...(full comment)

Negative mailers, debate over full-day kindergarten heats up District 15 primary

What difference does it make how pigs "interpret" these events? We are the ones forcing them to it and they feel fear and pain. How do you know dogs enjoy wrestling? Do you "interpret" their feelings. These "amusements" have nothing to do with believing animals feel but are for the benefit of humans. And by the way anyone who has had a dog or cat in their family know they feel love and loyalty and the joy of someone coming home from school and also fear and anxiety. ...(full comment)

Letter: It’s no fun for the pigs

The "blown out eye socket" is not just an error - it's a lie. The X-ray was cribbed from the University of Iowa website, and after that was discovered the fraudster clumsily tried and failed to erase the identifying markings. Basing one's argument on a lie is not the best way to persuade. ...(full comment)

Letter: Behind the destruction

Ahhh; what's an LIDV? ...(full comment)

My Turn: America needs a firm, fair immigration policy

Agreed with estimates of porcine intelligence. That said; how do you know how pigs interrupt these events? Sounds like anthropomorphic assumption. Looks at the vast range of humans and how people can class the same stimuli as pain and others, the same stimuli as pleasure. Amount of squealing? No correlation. Amount of adrenaline released? No correlation. Most dogs enjoy wrestling - are we sure the slightly more intelligent pigs do not? Bambi - movie with horrible unintended consequences. Obviously started a whole generation of naive and very impressionable children to believing wildlife think, feel and have the same value systems as we do. ...(full comment)

Letter: It’s no fun for the pigs

This is a complete useless comment and adds nothing to the subject besides making absolutely no sense. ...(full comment)

Letter: It’s no fun for the pigs