Comments by JIMOCONNOR
Posted on May 2 at 8:51 a.m. (Suggest removal)
it only takes one off center triangle pop to cause coup-countra coup
Posted on April 15 at 8:42 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Good luck. But, go with your training and experience over the unctuous demands of parents. In the end, you'll do admirable service. They'll get pissed off. You'll move on to a much friendlier position.
Posted on April 7 at 1:41 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Has any thought been given to installing better drainage systems along the edges of streets. Sections of McClellan, The Plaza and Rugby have been ''resurfaced.' Yet, their edges are riddled with pot holes. This forces cautious drivers to straddle these street's crowned, smooth center strips.
Posted on April 5 at 3:41 p.m. (Suggest removal)
i'd be more sanguine knowing ALL GRADUATES had to take more ''in class'' than '' on line'' courses. Article also omits difficulties finding internships.
Posted on April 5 at 3:22 p.m. (Suggest removal)
More sixteen year old's behinds in seats means more state aide. SCSD tried Social Promotion 1890-1910 SED slapped their hand then. G.E.'s APPRENTICE PROGRAM and FDR's CCC turned ''motivated learners'' into productive citizens
Superintendent needs to come up with better double talk. We all haven't failed 60% of our courses.
Posted on April 5 at 2:49 p.m. (Suggest removal)
The ''lack of progress' cited by Mr. Cherry, is much more a function of the county's power brokers need to market only tourism and agricultural options. Until START UP NY, power brokers were very comfortable obfuscating and hiding behind water and sewer line extensions allowing a huge industrial site to lie vacant for 15 years. Old guard agrarian dreams, and newer guard need to protect their perception of a limited labor pool conspire to keep OUTSIDERS OUT.
Posted on April 4 at 1:32 p.m. (Suggest removal)
The weather is a contributing factor to why so few northeast kids ever get looked at, or, drafted for the bigs.
Posted on April 4 at 1:19 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Although i've received EXCELLENT PERSON-CENTERED CARE requiring more time than ''routine'' patients, some of this article's citations leave me questioning the true focus and objectivity of those cited.
THE UNON needs to PICK and PREP younger, possibly less aggrieved spokespeople.
Posted on April 3 at 3:14 p.m. (Suggest removal)
BEAUTIFUL PIECE ABOUT BEAUTIFUL OPTIONS.
One option not mentioned is its being a SAFE PLACE TO REHEARSE both socialization and work skills. This is wonderful because it will allow folks to ''PRACTICE'' both skill sets which they can GENERALIZE to broader social and work environs.
Posted on April 3 at 2:42 p.m. (Suggest removal)
Having no arms may present many problems. However, it rarely impacts a person's ''business acumen.'' Therefore, both Mr. Buel's and the initial author's citations are spot on. I/We have no way of knowing how Mr. Steven's viewed his amputations impacting his abilities to do anything. I believe it is fatuous and dehumanizing to posit a need for highlighting ''HANDICAPPED'' folks survival stories.
LEAVE US TO LIVE OUR LIVES. If we are involved in news stories, then, mention our functional limitations, but leave it at that. INTUITING HEROISM AND BRAVERY, only leads to further STIGMATIZATION