Today’s news – Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Today’s news and information gleanings from here and there.


Yet another COLUMBIA BOROUGH SCHOOL DISTRICT SPECIAL MEETING SLATED FOR TOMORROW!!! – LEGAL NOTICE in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster. Ask your employer if you can leave work early for the convenience of the school board!

And who’ll make dinner for the kids –  ah, let them fend for themselves.

Today’s quote … “Snowflakes: “An overly sensitive person, incapable of dealing with any opinions that differ from their own. These people can often be seen congregating in ‘safe zones’ on college campuses.” – The Urban Dictionary

snowflakeJim Haag’s picture of Columbia’s snowflake. – From What’s Happening in Columbia,Pa. and Area facebook page

Today’s second quote … “We need to fiercely guard our First Amendment rights — even when we disagree, and perhaps then, even more so.” – From today’s LNP – Always Lancaster‘s editorial, First Amendment on the march.

And, yeah, a third quote … Tom Brady “is smarter, more disciplined, mentally tougher and yeah, coached better.” – From this Pittsburgh Post-Gazette column, “Paul Zeise: Patriots outplayed and out-coached the Steelers yet again”

  • Gas is cheaper in Marietta | $2.39 there but $2.55 all over ColumbiaGasBuddy
  • Blighted Property | 301 N. Second Street, Columbia, PA – A LEGAL NOTICELancaster Online
  • Smart people – “dumass comments” | Alternative news watch the news clips again at News Corpse
  • Arrogance | “People don’t care”Actually, people do care – “Conway contradicted polls that show most Americans want to see the returns when she said: “People didn’t care.” – The Guardian


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