"Socialized medicine" is the bogeyman that just won't die. The epithet has been hurled at every national health plan since the New Deal -- even Medicare, which critics warned would strip Americans of their freedom.
Dissapointed in the road repair schedule for S. Toledo district 3 I submitted this email to Councilman Mike Craig:
As a resident of South Toledo I was very disappointed in learning that only .43 miles of roads in S. Toledo District 3 are to be repaved this year; a total of 4.31 miles of East Toledo streets are to be repaved.
Space Shuttle Endeavour lands at Kennedy Space Center on March 27, 2008 after being in space for 16 days
...Thought you might enjoy this video.
"To create a Toledo Maritime Center, to relay our past, present and future of Toledo's waterfront, which is essentially the foundation of our community," explained Paul LaMarre, the Boyer's executive director and special assistant to the Port Authority president.
I've been out of town for a while. Has anyone heard anything about a new newspaper coming or something?
Ok...here is a stumper. I have an Old Compaq EVO D310m PC. It has been an "Old Faithful" box never acting up or crashes. In the lifespan of this box I have upgraded the memory, video card, added a DVD writer. Recently I decided to add a second HD. I set the jumpers on the HD to Cable Select and attached Disk 1 connector (Closest to the controller) to the drive.
Has the format of Swampbubbles changed - so only a small few topics are posted now?
For former auto worker Jerry Brockway, the trail of temporary jobs has stretched from Toledo to Romulus, Mich.
Men's Health Magazine listed the best and worst teeth in the nation. Toledo placed as having the 23rd nicest teeth. Madison, WI finished first....and Lubbock, TX has the worst teeth. You may not see Toledo in this link...but the hard copy has the complete list.
Michael Collins, Lindsay Webb, Betty Shultz and Mark Sobczak tell Troy their view on last nights 6 hour council meeting.
I would like to clarify a few things for you. In the 3/22 Blade I said:
Many earmarks to Ohio colleges were sponsored by more than one lawmaker.
Of those that were directed to individual schools, Republican Sen. George V. Voinovich and Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur, of Toledo, tied for the most, with 16. Voinovich's name was on $13.3 million, and Kaptur's was on $12.5 million.