Originally Posted by linda22003
Absolutely. The infrastructure for landlines was prohibitive in many places, and cellular connectivity is much easier and cheaper.
I figured that, I was trying to make a funny. :p
Directly? No but your post insinuated it or you wouldn't have mentioned the Clinton economy.
Or worse yet...three leaders of three separate terror cells are now missing and whereabouts unknown in the U.S.
The protestors will give the St. Louis police a reason to dip into their stockpile of tear gas.
If I got teargassed in 1984 while peacefully standing on my porch and drinking beer while...
Did I say that? No. Detroit's problems outside of the bankruptcy issue go back way too far to blame them on the guy who was President from 2001-2009. And the problems are too complicated to blame...
They may be victims of foul play, or they may turn up at a Border Patrol station in Texas claiming to be abused Central American teenagers.