is that we’re in mail-in ballot counties. Which means no going to the polls. Instead your ballot is mailed to you at home. You fill it out at your leisure, and you mail it on or before Election Day. At first glance, it’s a great idea. Saves time, saves money, greater participation, it’s all there. […]
First, a little about me. I’m not a coffee drinker, so instead of stopping at Espresso World on the way into work for a carmelly-coffee thing, I run by McDonald’s and get a large diet Coke with extra ice. Our local McDonalds’ offered an a la carte large soft drink for 89 cents. With tax it […]
Answer: Less likely! Well, that’s good news. This is a nice bit of optimism (even though the end of the article isn’t there) in a world of it’s-the-end-of-the-world real estate.
Maybe insure it? Sure there may be nothing on it, but someone could hurt themselves or, who knows what else, while walking around your property, and then sue you for damages. Here’s an idea which, as our society becomes increasingly litigious, might be a great option.
I always say we’re in the red part of a blue state. Most Tri-Cities residents vote Republican. In fact, most of the Eastern side of the state votes Republican (larger tracts of land, less people pushing in from every side, more of a don’t-tell-me-what-to-do-when-you’re-all-the-way-across-the-country mentality). From Zillow comes this fascinating piece of research about property values and […]
I traveled to Ireland over ten years ago. Before I went, and while I was there, I heard about the famous friendliness of the Irish people. If you ask for directions, they’ll close down the shop and walk with you (’tis easiest that way). Every single cashier thanked me for me ‘custom’. When we were […]