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Burpo family. Photo courtesy of Sony.
jMichael April 18, 2014 at 03:06 pm
Anonymous Johnson and Charlie Cheswick: Terrific. Many thanks to both of you.
nobody April 18, 2014 at 03:12 pm
"jMichael April 18, 2014 at 03:06 PM Anonymous Johnson and Charlie Cheswick: Terrific. ManyRead More thanks to both of you." ___________________________________________________ Agree!
ChristieD April 18, 2014 at 07:03 pm
@ Fortified comment: "The ones who made comments grouping all religious people, and/orRead More religions as bad, yet claim it is for the intolerance of religion..........are taking the 10% and burdening 100% of believers. THAT is the definition of intolerance. -------lets be clear-----You can't take 10% of something, and smear 100% in the name of tolerance------." I could not agree more with this statement. Not all Christians are Westboro Baptists. Not all Muslims are jihadists. Not all white heterosexual men are pedophiles. Not all Mormons or Christians are against gay marriage (I am living proof of that). Not all atheists are anti-religion. Religion does, however, tend to lump people into the "right" and "not right" category which is not only an elitist attitude but also an inflammatory one. And every religion claims to be "right." As for the PEOPLE within those different religions; not all treat people from other religions (or no religion) that way. Understand, however, that there is a difference between saying "you are hateful for trying to outlaw my love for another person" and "you are going to burn in hell forever and ever and ever." Even if that person believes it to be true, most often those words are used from a personal anger rather than a true concern for the person.
Jiroemon Kimura, age 114 (in photo) and my grandfather Shigeyuki Umeda, age 94
Mike April 9, 2014 at 10:46 pm
He forgot number 11. Never, ever get married otherwise you will be nagged to death.
Allen April 10, 2014 at 02:40 am
The last article I read was by a 104-yr-old woman who said, "Four shots of whiskey a day. OneRead More in the morning, one at noon, and two before bedtime." Moral: Nobody knows anything about longevity.
Tom Hollman April 18, 2014 at 11:28 pm
HILLERY COULD HAVE GOTTEN THIS GUY TO THROW THE SHOE IN THAT SKIT THE OTHERDAY WHEN SHE TRIED TORead More LOOK IMPORTANT TO HER SHEEP FOLLOWERS ON CAMERA.THAT WOULD GIVEN HIM SOMETHING USEFUL TO LOOK FORWARD TO
Moji Oluwa. Photo courtesy of Patty Oluwa.
® Cody Walker March 28, 2014 at 06:56 pm
Is this the Obama brother hut neighbor?
Connie April 8, 2014 at 02:26 pm
What is so good about this? Waste of space and reading.
Igor April 8, 2014 at 02:35 pm
This guy looks a lot like me. With some minor differences. He's taller than me, more muscles,Read More better clothes, better looking.But on the plus side I have a nice round stomach. Other than he's balck and I'm white we could be identical twins.
Faith Racusin December 20, 2013 at 03:27 pm
I second the nomination for Alyson Miller. I serve with her on the Springfield EnvironmentalRead More Commission and she works very hard to improve Springfield for ourselves and the future.
Margaret Bandrowski December 20, 2013 at 03:30 pm
I think ALL the volunteers who work so hard for Springfield are People of the Year!
Paul M December 21, 2013 at 12:40 pm
All the above mentioned are great for Springfield, and have made this town #1. So many people inRead More this town from the volunteers of little league, the PTA, the teachers, town council, the leaders in crisis time, especially Ziad with Sandy last year, the BiD for trying to improve this town, the countless current business's who donate goodwill above and beyond and lastly our Fire, police and Emt in this town are amazing. We are all in good hands
Princess Valiant December 12, 2013 at 04:47 pm
The transformation to the building is delightful. Hard work made for a lovely ceremony and luncheon,Read More thanks to all who made this possible. Proud of our town! I hope many seniors enjoy this terrific amenity.