By Ticked Off - Tickled Pink on November 14, 2017.
At how slowly and carefully people drove Nov. 2, when our streets were very much like skating rinks. I was pleased to be allowed to drive with care and not feel pressured to drive faster. I saw drivers let others into their lane — the courtesy was very good to see.
If the RCMP could follow (at a discreet distance) the school buses around Redcliff. That way they would catch all the ignorant drivers who do not stop when the buses have their stop signs out and the red flashing lights going.
With the time change. The earlier sunlight will make the morning commute safer, especially for school children. Sunlight also provides an energy boost. The earlier children are exposed to sunlight in the day the better.
If people would pick their lane and stay in it as long as possible. Avoid unnecessary lane changes and we will have fewer accidents.
By all the kind hearted people who spend time and money feeding birds. Many would not survive the winter were it not for you.
Thank you to the Esplanade for the tickets to the Barra MacNeils; an act of kindness indeed.
If Chapters and Starbucks opened in the Sears location.
If Red Lobster moved to the Montana’s location.
With all the dumb drivers who don’t put their headlights on at 6 a.m. The daytime running lights don’t show up at the rear.
At a local dental clinic that charged my dental plan for work they didn’t do. I’m going to the authorities.
At the free opioid and drug use clinics. Diabetics have no choice and they have to pay for everything.
At people who come late to the Tigers’ games. They make everybody in their row stand up and let them in, and then they decide to go up and get a coffee.
That the poor people and sick people are no longer valued by our society. Just look at our bus system and the hospital.
I don’t open my door on Halloween night but I’d be tickled pink if others would do what I do: Donate to the food bank instead.
It stands to reason why our kids are below the academic average. It’s because kids today are out of school more than they’re in school. Too many days off.
That the city has come to its senses and will bring the old bus service back. I’d be even more tickled if they would keep the new hours because there are a lot of people I know have to be at work at 7 a.m. and keeping the hours from 7 a.m. to midnight would be a better option for those people.
It was a nice article on the Hargrave funeral but stopping traffic on the Trans-Canada Highway was unnecessary.
That there is a tree-cutting service in the city that does as good a job as a competitor but at one-third the price.
Never thought I’d see booze prices higher in Alberta than in B.C. but I do now, thanks to the deranged tax and spend, spend, spend of the Alberta NDPers.
We should end Halloween if it comes down to people inserting sewing needles into chocolate bars. What kind of sick, demented person would do that?
With how well the Tigers are playing. Feel bad for all the people who left when the Tigers were up 3-1 against Seattle, thinking we had it in the bag. The overtime was exciting.
About all the people who came out to the Friends of the Monarch wine-tasting fundraiser at the Beveridge. It was a great event and next year will be bigger and better.
That there is no bus service in Ranchlands and Parkview areas. The area’s more than 10 years old and still no buses. We all pay our taxes.
As a taxpayer I am tired of hearing about and paying for safe injection sites. I am sorry but taking drugs is a life choice. I shouldn’t have to pay over and over again for stupidity, addicted or not.
About the free ads in paper. It’s the same ads over and over. Don’t you people realize nobody wants your treasures? We all have our own. Maybe donate to charity and get it out of your way.
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