I agree 100% with this. They're fast moving stairs, not a carnival ride. Move to the right or walk up them.
@Erik Littlefeather: What don't you understand? People are saying that they don't like fluoride, don't want it in their systems, but if other people feel differently that, yes, there is a free and voluntary program in schools "for the children".
Did someone who was anti-fluoride come into the Mercury office and shit all over the floor while shouting "Clean water rules, your face drools!"?? This whole campaign was a lot nicer a couple weeks ago when certain people weren't running around accusing others of wearing tinfoil hats and being up there with gun nuts and climate change deniers. No wonder there are nearly 200 comments here, you're giving people a reason to feel like they need to defend themselves. The thing that shocks me the most about this article is not that you all barely expand on any idea but that you're so damn rude to the other side.
I'm sorry the lack of fluoride in Portland ate your baby. I'm sorry the lack of fluoride in Portland dumped pig blood on you at your prom. I'm sorry the lack of fluoride in Portland convinced you try to try anal sex and then didn't call you back. But maybe stop hurtling out insults and instead try to engage in an intelligent debate so we can all move forward with this and not hate each other when it's all over. Or better yet, stop trying to post about political issues and go back to letting me know if the cocktails at Church are worth Bay Area prices.
Spend the money to allow greater access to health care, not mass medicate an entire community.
Also what's the point of this article? To show we haven't been listening to enough personal stories on peoples experience with fluoride? I have horrible stains on my teeth thanks to fluoride but haven't had a cavity in all my time living here without it. Who cares, some like it, some don't, just keep it out of the water.
Absolute love. That show was fantastic.
So you dealt with that long ass line just to leave after the first comedian? Hope you have VIP passes. I thought that bit was funny, but even if it was awful, you missed out on a great show - I mean, there was a video clip with Jon Hamm in boxer briefs.
Can we list other notes for next year here?
*Mail the wristbands and/or don't have the pick-up be at the same venue as a big show. Bagdad was a clusterfuck. (on the same note, don't be surprised when people show up at 7pm for their wristbands just because you aren't ready for them. also, don't force people into a single file line only to then direct them to split into three lines. did i mention it was a clusterfuck?)
*Don't kick people with wristbands out of a venue that want to stay and watch the next show. I understand you're trying to give everyone a fair chance to see everything, but shows often run late, and it puts everyone already at the venue at a huge disadvantage to have to exit and get in the back of a line that's already a block long. If fairness is really such a huge concern, schedule the shows next year with more time in between, but don't punish those that choose to station themselves at one place.
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