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Laura April 16, 2014 at 08:32 AM
You are correct IF it is blinking. I was in court a couple years ago and was surprised to learnRead Moretha t yellow does not mean "proceed with caution" anymore. You can get ticketed for going through a hard yellow light. This law changed over 20 years ago, but I remember no public service announcements about it. The judge, however, chastised everyone for NOT knowing this new rule.
hae62 April 16, 2014 at 06:28 PM
I do not understand why it takes days to fix a simple traffic light..unacceptable.
K. Scott April 14, 2014 at 04:43 PM
Nice ad Russell, but we are not the 1%, so we can't swing it. Good luck with sales. I'll beRead Morechanging my 9 volts.
RON Ostrodamus April 01, 2014 at 11:27 AM
If only you knew what goes on in Canadian nonunion shops used by both Ford and GM to thread, drillRead Morea nd inspect for defects major engine parts forged in Mexico. They hire their own immigrant labor and as jobs are scarce for the uneducated in Canada they pay them crap. If they survive the harassment of their supervisors and reach the glass ceiling of eleven years of back breaking labor they can be paid as much as sixteen dollars per hour. No wonder we have so many Canucks working this side of the border. Their supervisors by the way place tagged as defective parts by their quality control and place them back on the line to be shipped back to GM and Ford. No wonder so many car buyers swear by foreign cars? Look up laissez-faire, it means the maxing of profit no matter the social costs. Enoying your Mexican beer, your Russian Vodka? The only thing we can say is truly made in America today is your mom's apple pie. We can always return to the good old days of sweat shops, child labor, and slavery. Keep supporting an administration that invites out of state carpet baggers to due whatever they wish with your downtown. Oh, that is right Laura Harrison it is not our downtown it belongs to a DDA who politically support the campaigns of our elected officials.
Jack Manning April 10, 2014 at 09:46 AM
I drive through DT RO for only one exhilarating experience of seeing all the weird looking peopleRead Morewa lking the street. It's a treasure-trove of weirdness. And who including myself would want to miss the nights of "Cycle Mania." It's a night where the smell of sweat enhanced leather fills the air. Yes, DT RO is a treat to behold!
Mark Itall April 10, 2014 at 06:48 PM
Ron, the practice of Ford and GM dumping bad parts on the line to end up in cars is very old andRead Moresta rted here in the US. I had a friend who worked for Ford Transmission on the test/repair line. If the regular drive unit did not make the new transmission turn, they applied one with twice as much power and forced it to turn. They also beat the hell out of the casings with hand sledges to loosen things up. If it turned at all, it went back to the line and into your car. Oboy. Remember the Ford transmissions that jumped out of park? Made there, that way. Employees were given official reprimands if they took "too many" bad units off the line. Who cares that they were defective? Not Ford. GM did exactly the same.