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agree with anonynous but when a speed trap is set right where the limit changes and going downhill the likelihood of speeding at that point is high.
Woodridge. Do you need a lawyer?
if there’s a limit then the froend should mention that otherwise I wouldn’t call this person a friend.
After I started this thread I noticed the price dropped four cents at the pump. Does not match the 15 dollar per barrel drop we’ve seen recently.
Some of these calls leave a message since it’s voice activated and when the answering machine picks up.
The calls are coming from all over the US (at least that’s what caller id says) I just pick up and hang up. I’m wondering if there’s a way to get off the automated lists?
As a father of a teenage daughter, if she’d be in the situation you are in, I’d rather hear it from her rather than someone else on the street.
If you’re mother knew what was going on, maybe she’d send your brother to pick up the packages. A little puzzling though why you HAVE to go to that store since in Flatbush you have many choices.January 4, 2010 6:22 pm at 6:22 pm in reply to: Yeshiva Principal Enforcing No-Cell-Phone Policy; Proper Or Not? #673481
The teachers should also not use their phones in front of the students to “rub it in”. Another issue is smoking. Many Yeshivos have a no smoking policy for the bochurim but when the Rabbeim walk into the classroom, the whole room starts to smell from cigarettes.