of the US stock market dropping over 5% in the last 10 days. Just another blip by the unbelievers?...or maybe they've sold their stocks to buy pickup trucks?
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is about 65K higher than expected......Labor Board is trying to say that it's because of Sandy.......however, the three states mainly affected by Sandy were NY, NJ, and CT, and they had a total of about 10K or less. Surprisingly the two states least affected by Sandy (Ohio and PA) accounted for a huge majority of that increase. hmmmmmmm
people had coal furnaces in their homes and burned it for house fuel. That was outlawed in the US in the middle 50's, not because of pollution but because the embers took so long to cool down that house fires were comonplace and insurance companies complained. I remember the coal truck coming and loading up our coal room in the basement like a cement mixer with the chute. We used that room as a playroom after the new gas furnace was installed.
people had coal furnaces in their homes and burned it for house fuel.
GET OUT!!! NO WAY!
You would be considered "rich" with your fancy truck delivering coal.....A horse and wagon used to deliver ours. In the summer he delivered blocks of ice with his horse and wagon and in the winter he delivered coal and used horse and sleigh.
And NO he wasn't Santa Claus.
delivering ice for our fridge........I also remember the horse drawn wagon that came around collecting paper and rags. They were gone by the time I reached the age of five or six though.
Never considered the rats, but my older sister and I had a favorite playground called the 'city dump'. We found all kinds of neat treasures, including little lizards that we would bring home, put into our blowup swimming pool, and be totally upset to find them gone in about a half hour. LOL
but here's a summary of what I heard on the radio.
It's 5000 government jobs out of 13k+. I hope that's a glitch and not an indication of what's keeping Ohio below the national unemployment average. As for your question about Kasich and the exchanges, here it is. Looks like a "No".