Links are easy. Delete the HyperTextTranferProtocol and the WorldWideWeb, as they are not needed for a modern browser. Put a space between the dot and the com, org, info, or whatever adn Wa La!
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A lot of words get bleeped bleeped.
I wish the Salem news would let us add links. Trying to give somebody a page link is a killer diller moment. 10 lines zillion spaces for a three page website address.
L.M.A.O. this how I dooze it! hehe
Who really cares what that rag says, anyway? Been to NYC, not impressed.
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"What does the ROT part of "Truth"s (his label for himself, not mine) mean?"
Rolling on the floor laughing my a ss off, i'd wager. I seem to remember getting that censored here myself.
Hey, I think I got it. Seriously.
I typed in Num on my iPad and the rest of Numnudz's name came up because I'd typed it in before.
So (am I probably right here?) Truth must normally use profanity so when he typed in ROTF, his iPad finished what it thought was the F word for him. Yes? If so, I am ROTF !
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Okay, it get Roll On The Floor (laughing implied)
But what the heck is Truth doing to make it get bleeped?
Admitting ignorance again. What does the ROT part of "Truth"s (his label for himself, not mine) mean? (I can figure out what came after it by myself!)
Look, something crawled out from under its rock.
Ohio is a red state?
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"The magazine used various factors in its rating formula, including median income, unemployment, level of education, obesity and life expectancy.
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Looks like all the counties on the bottom to include ours are in red states. Part of the Republican plan to make all our lives better.. ROTF*****........
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Hit the road 52 years ago, only see or hear what is said about Salem.
They must not checked out other counties in the state.
Very little if any economic development. More children receiving free/reduced lunches that those paying. Jobs leaving the area to other states. Every state has their "bad" areas. Columbiana county 25-35 years ago would not have been on this list. Reality today is that it is. Now, who are you going to blame? What are you going to do to change it?
The coastal city-states like to exert its will over the rest of the country. They don't understand the rest of the country doesn't necessarily want to follow in their footsteps but they continue to throw their weight around, influencing opinion and policy in lands to which they have never ventured, nor have any business. The residents of the states of New York and California are practically held hostage and get the worst of it.
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If looking at Columbiana County from a New Yorker's perspective, then I would say it looks pretty harsh. In comparison, it's desolate, it has little economic opportunity, and there is not much to keep one entertained.
Looking at New York City from a Columbiana County resident's perspective, I see a prison where the inmates don't realize they are incarcerated.
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The liberal press did not feel warm and fuzzy?
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And New York is an easy place to live????!!!!!!
Nope. Blue skies here.
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