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Elaine Horsley
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Around the country, men and women in high-security prisons are picking up a needle and thread and learning how to sew. Why? "It enables them to be calm, productive, creative and to mentall
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So very sad to hear of the San Jose police officer killed tonight as he was responding to a call for help. Condolences to his family and the #SJPD community. #LineOfDuty 
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Dog got skunked! Fine thing to deal with at 1am! Thank you Internet for info on what to do!!!
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What's with the hands as you get "older" - yikes! The wrists and thumbs just ain't what they used to be - they really hurt and I could hardly work in the yard. Sucks!!!
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I was just thinking the same thing! Not fair, not fair!
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Anyone have a favorite dinner place on Maui - Ka'anapali side? Not real high end, good food, nice view?
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I do not understand why anyone would have a pitbull. What a horrible story from Pacifica tonight. Pregnant woman dead. I love dogs and have always had at least one. I would NOT own a dog that has the potential to do that kind of harm. They raised him from a puppy - who knows why he did this but it really doesn't matter now, does it. The damage is done and a woman and her fetus are dead. I would never want to worry about a dog of mine like that. Problem is that if they decide to attack for some crazy reason, you don't have a chance against those jaws. What do you think?
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+Elaine Horsley How do you trust a shepherd? A doberman? A chihuahua?

2009 Dogs that killed humans:
Pit, Rottweiler, mixed breed, husky, mastif, boxer, Pack of dogs, Australian shepherd, Great Dane, Collie Mix, American Bulldog, Malamute, Weimaramer

What surprises me is that Doberman is not on the killer list. I have a hybrid wolf and an American Shepherd. I'd be more worried about the shepherd than the wolf mix.

Any dog can kill.
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The dog can skip the alarm about the deer in the yard tonight. They ate all the vegetation LAST night!! Plus, it would be nice to have uninterrupted sleep for a change!!
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I have been very pleased with work and service of this company. The owner, Eddie, is very knowledgeable, punctual, reasonably priced, and knows what he is doing. Many years ago, he had to put a huge bolt in one of my trees because it was splitting. Now, 10 years later, you can't even see where the bolt is and the tree is as healthy as can be. He has periodically trimmed many of my trees, ground out stumps, and done other landscaping and I have always been pleased. I have referred him to many neighbors and friends and I always get positive feedback. I would recommend him.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
I am only giving three stars because they sold me a Whirlpool Cabrio washer and dryer and they are the worst things I have ever had! The people are nice there but I can't believe they haven't had complaints about these washers and dryers. Everything comes out wrinkled from the washer, soap stays on the clothes, there is no over ride to add additional water, then when you put the stuff in the dryer, it doesn't take the wrinkles out. Everything is a wrinkled mess and the clothes just don't come out clean!
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Do not go unless you have an appointment! I had a horrible experience in Redwood City. Apparently, they closed their Menlo Park office and Redwood City has new people who are obviously unhappy that their workload has increased. Although they were not terribly busy, the two people working there, while very polite, took forever with each draw. They seemed to be making a point that if you were a "walk-in" you were going to pay dearly with your time. There were three high school girls who had waited an hour and a half only to be told that they don't do TB tests until noon. They missed school to go there but then had to go back. If anyone came on who had an appointment, they were taken first - even though they were early for their appointment. They clearly did not want to take people who did not have an appointment. When, finally, after an hour and a half, I was the only one left except for another person who did not have an appointment and just arrived. The last person serviced left ten minutes earlier so the woman worker had no one for the past 10 minutes. The man had someone he was drawing blood from. I stood and waited at the desk because I knew I was next, no one else was there with an appointment, and waited (thinking where the heck did the woman go!). Finally, the man finished with his patient and when he came out to get his next patient and look at the sign in sheet, I said I know I'm next. He takes his time and looks at the sheet. It is 9:36 and he is looking for the 9:30 patient who is not there yet. At that moment, the door opens and he calls the name a second time and sure enough, it's the 9:30 appointment lady just walking in the door. He says "I have to take her." I said "come on!" Then I get this lecture because he is clearly peeved at people who do not have appointments and wants to show them! I said that I had to be at another appointment at 10am and had been waiting since 8:15. He continued to lecture me. The woman who had the appointment told him to take me first which was very kind of her. Thankfully, my 10:00 appointment was in Redwood City and I was not late. I don't know whatever happened to the other woman worker there - she disappeared. I have had to drop in for blood tests for years and never saw such slow workers. I heard them complaining (to patients) about the Menlo Park closure and "management" and their terrible workload. Maybe so but don't take it out on the patients. I was so upset because I was going to be late for my appointment but mostly at their condescending, reprimanding attitude.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago