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Posted on September 30 at 6:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)

And with your first two words you took your god's son's name in vain. That's blasphemy. Guess you're not the word of your god that you thought you were.

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Posted on September 29 at 7:42 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Android users (and maybe iThing users too) might be interested to know about an app called Allpoint which will show all the local ATMs that don't charge a fee. Gets mixed reviews but it's worked well for me in the Capital District.
Anyone else remember back in the day when ATMs were first going through approval that the Big Selling Point was how much money it would save the consumer? Beware of financial people bearing shiny things.

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Posted on September 26 at 6:03 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Did somebody step on a duck?

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Posted on September 26 at 5:57 p.m. (Suggest removal)

+1 blubaru, +1!

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Posted on September 21 at 1:01 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Thank you Gazette for painting this picture of what really goes on in the Schenectady education system. If one only watched the local news and its fixation on the dramatic, there'd be the impression that it's like a psych ward and most of the kids are criminals. We now see that there's a clear method in place. We see education is happening and we see more of the demands placed on teachers and maybe why they're worth their weight in gold.
Well done, Dr. Spring and staff. Some of us know the value of a sound public education system and look forward to its impact on the community.
The only nit to pick on the story is where's the voice of the students? Certainly there are upper grade-level students who could also be cited. They are humans, and the focus of all this effort. What do they have to say? A big miss...

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Posted on September 20 at 4:40 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Right, let me help you since most people with any initiative to get themselves an education already know this, and I feel bad for how stupid you come off as on these pages.
When someone adds the word sic after quoting someone else, it means they're acknowledging a misspelling in the original quote, in this case "Persing". In fact it spelled Pershing, as in John Pershing, and the Pershing missile. I avoided comment on the first since we all make typos. But then you did it twice.
Why are you tea baggers all for everyone pulling themselves up on their own, until it comes to getting educated?

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Posted on September 19 at 6:17 p.m. (Suggest removal)

I'm trying to avoid feeding the trolls here, like you and that other ranting fool pnotto, but let the record show that the "Persing"(sic) legend has never been proven and evidence shows it would be way out of character for him. But lord, doesn't that image excite the angry white internetters. For folks who claim to be "Pro Life", it sure seems like killing is kinda exciting for you.
Sorry for some tough-love here but it doesn't look like your claim, or your other theories, holds much water. Like Santa Claus, it's probably not true.
But there's always the Great Pumpkin, right?

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Posted on September 19 at 9:47 a.m. (Suggest removal)

"These families already have plenty of assistance and obviously refuse to learn or to use the sources correctly"
Wow joyce, stereotype much? You know what that means, right?

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Posted on September 18 at noon (Suggest removal)

mezz, considering all the "blessings" Europeans have bestowed on them, White Man should be the considered the nicest thing they might call us.

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Posted on September 17 at 10:12 p.m. (Suggest removal)

Thank you, Officer Daly.

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