My doctor. I respect you, but things are changing. I feel like I’m not as important to you. You seem mad at me, or is it you’re too busy? I want you to listen to me and get to know who I am. I feel like I’m a number.
I think it’s fair that Gov. Cuomo buys all New York gun owners magazine belts so we can buy more magazines to make up for the seven rounds per clip. Only fair, right? Or will this increase the risk of someone shooting someone else? Only you have the right answer, Governor.
Safe Act is the most unpopular law signed by Cuomo throughout his history of being a politician. I am still baffled we didn’t get to vote. That doesn’t scare anyone else? It makes you question, what will be next?
It is a welcoming site to have the parking spaces back on City Hall Place. Good for the businesses that suffer because no parking, making people use a lot when there are spots available that are taken by greedy businesses in the summer.
Shouldn’t the city buy a snowplow before you take on an endeavor that should only be during boom times? The City has nobusiness running a marina.
To the person who was concerned about the kids seeing the drug bust: Maybe it was a good thing. Maybe they can learn something from it.
I don’t think the things that people post are humorous all the time. Some people have really serious issues, and they need to express them. They find Speakout to be helpful. It’s not always a joke, I’m sure. Life isn’t all roses. Sometimes people need help with a problem.
In response to the Speakout about the drug bust and children seeing it: Bury your head in the sand and pretend it doesn’t happen. Quit protecting kids from seeing what happens when you use and sell drugs, and maybe you will stop some kid from doing it someday.
Our dog was put down, of all days, New Year’s. We were given a price of $230, but forgot to mention that it didn’t cover burial. $301.61 was the total. Not everyone is rich. Happy New Year’s! Not!
Gun registration always leads to confiscation. Confiscation leads to the past, and the past will never again be repeated.
The individuals you speak about tipping often do not make minimum wage, or barely strike that amount. Tips supplement their income. Letter carriers, check the stats, a well paid job indeed.
Here’s an idea: Why not let the business owner pay their waiters and waitresses minimum wage? Some of us have to save up for a month to be able to take our family out for a nice meal. Then we have to pay extra for a tip.
Restaurants should have to pay their employees at least minimum wage. Then more people could afford to go out to eat. When you pay upwards of $100 for your meal, you shouldn’t have to pay the waiter/waitress their wages also. It should be the business owner’s responsibility.
What is wrong with people? When we frequent your establishment, we should be greeted and thanked. Do local business owners know their patrons are not being told, hello, good bye, thank you etc.? People need to be taught good customer service and be told it’s a requirement for the job.
If I go to you to have my hair cut, colored, etc., and I’m paying you about $100 an hour, please give me your undivided attention. It’s rude when you are listening to other people’s conversations and chiming in with them when you’ve just missed what I said to you.