Monday’s news items [“Confessions of a school board member”; Legal Notice; Bitcoin at Musser’s & more] – 8/19/2019

No one likes Monday.Add to that the fact that it’s going to feel like 100 degrees, it’s going to be even worse.”The Morning Call

Volleyball tourney | ” … raises money for kids who lost parents to overdose, awareness for addiction”CBS21-TV

Where’s Fairview Park? | “along Fairview Road approximately one mile west of Prospect Road.” – West Hempfield Township Website

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“Confessions of a School Board MemberAn educational psychologist describes life as a school board member.”Psychology Today

“Larry Kudrow’s track record for predicting recessions is stunningfor his ability to miss the biggest and most obvious recession of all. In 2007, Larry wrote insightfully in the National Review,

“The recession debate is over. It’s not gonna happen. Time to move on…. The Bush boom is alive and well. It’s finishing up its sixth splendid year with many more years to come. (National Review)” –

Yet, the DIC’s bozo says | “no recession on the horizon”UPI

Playback from an April, 2013 Columbia new, views & reviews report.bitcoins-si

  • Can we pay in Bitcoins?” posed one of the councillors at Monday’s council meeting. It appeared that the councillor was the only one among the assembled who knew about this new payment venture. Here’s a recent article about this “decentralised digital currency created in 2009”: What are Bitcoins and why should you care? – The Fiscal Times


Maybe the time is now? | You can buy bitcoin at Musser’s Market Mountville, 3985 Columbia Avenue, Columbia, PA 17512. The current rate of exchange is 1 BTCUSD = $10,334.17.

baghdad bikersBaghdad Bikers | Yep, it’s a thing. (Photo above: “Members of the Iraq Bikers are seen during a car and motorbike show outside the closed Hall of Shaab Stadium.” REUTERS/Thaier Al-Sudani)

football outlook | LNP – Always Lancaster assesses Columbia’s football prospects this year this way: “Columbia: Coach Bud Kyle has 31 players on his roster and that’s great news for a program that has struggled with numbers — and depth — the last several seasons. Last season, the Crimson Tide won three games and were on the cusp of a district playoff bid. With all 22 starters set to return — including QB Matt McCleary and his entire merry band of wideouts — Columbia is fully expecting to nab a playoff spot this time around.”

LEGAL NOTICE | There’s a legal notice published at Lancaster Online announcing Columbia Borough’s seeking Requests for Proposals for certain contracted services. That notice was posted at the Borough Website several days ago.

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How to get big crowds | Show up or no payThe Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh


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