Wednesday, November 30, 2005
Yesterday on the morning news it said that something was going on at the refinery.
The men that were reporting to work for 7 o'clock were locked out.
They said that they would bring the news as soon as it was made available to them.
Well the news was that there was a fire at the refinery, and a spokesperson was on the air saying that their own fire department got it under control.
You should hear the people that live over in the east end complaining here today?
It was the topic at lunch and they feel that they heard the sirens that are 2 long and one short , or in other words the sirens are codes.
They feel that they should know what these sirens mean especially for those who hears them.
What would happen to the people who live close to the refinery if their very own fire dept could not get it under control?
The media did not share the news maybe because the Irvings refused to give them the new,,,,who knows?
The bottom line is they have way too much control.
I like this guy style. He's the only elected official who has his name on his vehicle. If that wasn't good enough for the voters? Look what he drives?> The only problem? It's BLUE!!!...lol..It makes 50 milles milles a Gallon and it's a Aveo from G.M.
This is a huge waste of time.
Last year, I phoned in the Melanson Live talk host. < the good old days of freedom of speech >
The guest was an R.C.M.P. officer talking about the D.A.R.E. program.
I asked the officer if they talked about Ritalin to the classes?
They didn’t and they can’t because in my view it would degrade the kids who are on Ritalin in the classrooms.
So the major problem in the schools and the universities are prescription drug but Bernard Lord don’t care.
The drugging and the killing of our childen will continue till October 15th, 2007.
The prescription drug problems in the schools are at a all time high and the officers who promotes the D.A.R.E. program can’t talk about it!!!!
Here's the story in the telegraph Journal.
NB Telegraph-Journal | Saint John
As published on page B7 on November 30, 2005
DRUG AWARENESS PROGRAM GRADS
Click to zoom (Peter Walsh/Telegraph-Journal)
More than 500 Grade 5 students graduated from the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) program on Tuesday. The drug awareness program, which consists of an hour a week instruction for 10 weeks, is sponsored by Saint John schools and city police. Here, Jamie LeBlanc, 11, of Champlain Heights School, receives his certificate from Const. Paul Shepard of the Saint John Police Force. In the background is David Hosford, who also attends Champlain Heights. More than 6,500 children have graduated from the program over 15 years.
THE LORD IS ON MY SIDE; I WILL NOT FEAR. WHAT CAN
MAN DO TO ME?
( PSALM 118:6 *NJKV )
We all have difficulties in our lives from time to time. Times
when dealing with people or situations get us down. Some-
times those difficulties even seem to overwhelm us to the point,
that we feel there is nothing that we can do about it!
Now when that happens remember that it is written; I CAN
DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST WHO STRENGTHENS
ME. ( PHILIPPIANS 4:13 ) So the next time that you are
faced with something that seems difficult to you, why not
ask for God's help? After all it is written; FOR WITH GOD
NOTHING SHALL BE IMPOSSIBLE. ( LUKE 1:37 )
Therefore remember that with God's Help Noah built the Ark,
while professional men built the Titanic.
So Charles, never feel defeated when you have the awesome
power of God on your side? For your difficulties, no matter how
large, cannot compete with the awesome power of the Lord!
So face those problems with confidence knowing that God will
help you. Amen.
With My Love & Prayers,
your servant Allen
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