Against some big businesses.
Wouldn’t help MB.
Varnum Ave paving.
Won’t get done before the freeze.
Rips provide traction.
Causing lots of arguments.
Look for common ground.
You can’t teach kids if they’re stoned.
We’ve failed the future.
Dems were for workers.
Now they only help the bums.
Lazy people vote.
Why give amnesty?
Illegals must follow laws.
Then they’ll be legal.
Schools over budget.
Three months after big raises.
Not even our kids.
BELLINGHAM – A Bellingham man wrapped a baggie of marijuana around an arrow and fired it at the second-floor recreation area of Whatcom County Jail on Tuesday morning, Aug. 27, according to the sheriff’s office.David Wayne Jordan, 36, later claimed he had been aiming at a squirrel.”He had no explanation as to why squirrel hunting requires attaching marijuana to an arrow,” said Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo.A civilian employed by the sheriff’s office saw Jordan get out of his red Ford pickup at 8:40 a.m. on the south side of the jail, 311 Grand Ave., with a hunting bow and arrow. He fired the marijuana missile upward toward a mesh screen near the top of the second-floor, fresh-air exercise area for inmates, Elfo said. If fired at a perfect angle, the sheriff added, an arrow might squeeze through the screen.
Full article here: http://www.bellinghamherald.com/2013/08/28/3172988/sheriff-man-shoots-arrow-wrapped.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter#storylink=cpy
Squirrel hunting eh? Is that what the cool kids are calling it these days? The only thing worse than “I wuz jus’ huntin’ tree rats, honest I wuz” by this dope was Costner’s horrible accent that dissapeared halfway through the movie.
LOWELL — The Lowell Housing Authority’s chief financial officer is facing drug charges after he was caught allegedly purchasing two ounces of marijuana at Tewksbury gas station last month.
CFO Adam Garvey, of 113 Burnham Road in Lowell, was arrested at the Mobil on The Run at 1785 Andover Street in Tewksbury last month and charged with possession of Class D drugs and conspiracy to violate drug laws.
Garvey initially told Tewksbury Police he did not purchase any drugs from Alessandro Maccanico of Woburn. He later admitted to purchasing $480 worth of marijuana from Maccanico in Garvey’s 2007 Ford Edge.
Well, this story is troublesome. How can you not question a guy’s qualifications as a Chief Financial Officer after something like this. I can barely balance a checkbook, but even I know that you don’t patronize Tewksbury Gas stations on any day other than Sunday. I don’t care if you’re there for a Dunky’s iced coffee or two pounds of weed, If you’re not getting six cents off on your fill-up, you’re an idiot. A certified moron.