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Freinds of Library Book Sale

Friends of Lucas County Public Library are havin' their next book sale this week, and I'm keeping everybody informed as promised. Here's the schedule:

New location! New inventory of used books!

Reynolds Corners Shopping Center,
1301 Reynolds Road (southwest corner of Reynolds Road and Dorr Street)in plaza/strip mall where Food Town used to be.

Troy Neff Show: Council Members React to Last Nights 6 Hour Council Meeting

Michael Collins, Lindsay Webb, Betty Shultz and Mark Sobczak tell Troy their view on last nights 6 hour council meeting.

Council votes to hike trash fee, cut cost for recyclers [blade]


I finally have more info. on the new online paper!!!!!!! I tried to tell you that is was not a joke!!!!!

The paper is coming!!!!!

The online paper will be released to the public on Monday, March 31, 2008.

The name of the paper is called, "The Toledo View."

You can go to the website for more information on the interviews they have obtained for the first edition.

2nd Amendment being mulled

Here we go on the roller coaster. The Supreme Court is now hearing oral arguments on the constitutionality of DC's ban of handguns. From the first day's arguments, it sounds as if the proponents of gun rights are getting a positive hearing.

NAACP wants police indicted for fatal Lima raid

LIMA, Ohio - The Lima chapter of the NAACP yesterday called for the indictment of all officers involved in the Jan. 4 raid of a biracial woman's home during which she was shot and killed by a city police officer.

"If I commit a crime, and five of my friends are with me, I'm getting charged, they're getting charged, bottom line," said Lima's NAACP President Jason Upthegrove.

TPS Board Candidates Will All Be Interviewed.

The Toledo Public School's Board of Education decided in executive session tonight to interview all 14 candidates on March 5, 2008 at 5:30PM. Each candidate will present a two minute introduction and then answer four questions, one from each board member. Each candidate will be allotted 15 minutes. That will take almost four hours.

Vote No: Demand Change press conference and rally to oppose Issue 7, the TPS levy.

On Thursday, 2/21 at 4 PM at the Kent Branch library - large auditorium, there will be a Vote No: Demand Change press conference and rally to oppose Issue 7, the TPS levy.


Would it be possible to lengthen the Recent Comments section located on the right side of the screen? When there are a lot of posts, some comments that are just a few hours old drop off the end of the list. It would be helpful to see who commented and what those topics were for an entire day. Just an idea.

Chef's Place opens in Toledo

"What we strive for here is that it's a fun, flexible place." Those were the words of Chef Patrick Wheeler, who recently opened his restaurant, Chef's Place, located at 207 East U.S. Highway 20, Toledo (the former location of Sue's Hometown Café).

Court to decide 2nd Amendment question

The Supreme Court is taking up the question of individual gun rights by promising to rule on the D.C. law that currently prohibits handgun ownership. This may be the first time in more than two hundred years that a definitive ruling may be made on the 2nd Amendment rights of individual citizens to own firearms anywhere and in any jurisdiction.

Rev. Floyd Rose on the Troy Neff Show

The Rev. Floyd Rose will be on the Troy Neff show Tuesday, February 05, 2008 @ 7:30am.

Troy would like to ask YOU to participate in the interview.
Please post your questions here, E-mail to or call the show 419-240-1230

Links to get you caught up:

E-mail from Floyd Rose to Troy 02/04/08:

Life Management in The U.S. (I heard they're coming for you next)

Not in the U.K. this time-and , no, this is , sadly-NOT a joke. THREE politicians came up with this sweetheart, not just one lone nut. And-Someone I know in Miss called the one assclown and spoke to him personally, figuring it was a spoof or tongue in cheek. He assured him they were dead serious.

Mississippi HOUSE BILL NO. 282

Rev. Rose Returns to turn around Toledo

I just learned the Rev. Floyd Rose has decided to return to Toledo to turn the city around. Apparently Toledo has problems that no one knows about but that are in need of fixing.

It will be interesting to see how the Rev. Rose and his honor get along after such a long absence. Perhaps its true that the heart grows fonder for those who have been away. We will have to wait and see. Whatever the case may be Rev. Rose's return is certain to be news worthy.

Company fires non-smoking employees

Here's a novel way to resolve the office conflict between smokers and non-smokers: fire
the non-smokers. Companies do it to smokers. Is turn-about fair play?

find more information on government spending

Have you ever wanted to find more information on government spending? Have you ever wondered where federal contracting dollars and grant awards go?

Just One Reason We Should Dump Guantanamo and the Secret Trials

"GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - The U.S. government has for years had secret evidence that could help a young Canadian prisoner defend himself in the Guantanamo war crimes tribunals, a military defense lawyer said on Thursday."

The Docks in the crosshairs

I see Carty and crew have found the last remaining successful venue still standing in Toledo.

UK:Fat kids taken away from parents

Countdown until the nanny-state lovers show up to say they think this is a wonderful idea: 10-9-8-7-6-

By Kevin Widdop

THREE children have been taken away from their parents and put into council care because they are TOO FAT, the News of the World can reveal.

In UK-employees who have a drink on their lunch hour will be fired

Coming soon to a once-free country near you.

- Main Page Content:Pete Robinson: Workers banned from using pubs-Don't Drink & use a Hard Drive
5 September, 2007

By Pete Robinson

The 'war' against pubs by officialdom continues to gather pace.

UK (again)-Outlaw cars-save a fatass today

Force me to Walk or Run - SAVE a FAT ASS Today ~
Call to ban cars to fight flab,,2-2007370365,00.html

August 13, 2007

CAR exclusion zones should be set up around schools to make families walk as part of a bid to tackle obesity and climate change, a report suggested today.

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