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    Strolls in the forest, especially during a full moon

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  1. WolfMan

    Old car wash in Vestal

    It will soon be a car wash called Classy Chassis, as has the same one on Front Street near The Spot.
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    BUnnies still around?

    Anyone here know if the BUnnies are still in operation? If so, PM me. JCC.
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    New guy on WBNG News

    Plus you’d be surprised how many of the recent spate of youngin’s were like in their 3rd or 4th gig at WBNG.
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    New guy on WBNG News

    One of the recent sports guys was from U-E, and one of the young gals was somewhat local too. That was about it. Their bios are on the WBNG site and all include hometown, college etc. Some have been non-local but went to a nearby college.
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    Direct Tv

    USA Today article on it Nexstar stations blacked out on AT&T DirecTV and U-verse amid contract dispute https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2019/07/04/at-t-directv-and-nextar-dispute-channels-blacked-out-independence-day/1648807001/
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    369 in Port Crane?

    Douchebag hit and run drunk driver who killed that girl (she was 16y, riding a bike) last night ...had at least 1 prior (DUI or sort) incident, and 3 of last 4 posts on his Facebook are about booze...a field sobriety joke, being drunk and one about booze. Fucking loser. Rest peacefully Constance. My heartfelt sorrow to your family, loved ones and friends...
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    Poll: Would Binghamton support a NWHL team

    Only if games were weekend afternoons, MIGHT average 500. No local support otherwise.
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    Just one of my favorite music video's and more.

    Something about this classic always impresses me. The way it crescendos more than once is fabulous. I think it’s one of the most impressive performances ever.
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    Columbus Park

    Wow. I have to admit this unofficial “renaming” is more than curious. I understand not wanting it “Columbus” anymore, but yeesh. Google finds: https://medium.com/@roderickdouglass/binghamton-park-renamed-due-to-columbus-legacy-of-slavery-child-sex-trafficking-juneteenth-f4f271fef9a9 the first mention of “Assata Shakur Park” is several paragraphs down.
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    19 year old JC trustee Benjamin Reynolds hits the sauce

    You might want to bone-up on laws and fact of THIS case first Virginia. One, we know not where this picture was taken. FACT: FORTY-FIVE states have provisions allowing under-age consumption of alcoholic beverages. Even NY has a provision allowing possession in specific family situations (but not consumption it appears (weird?), other states do tho.). Lots of info here. https://www.alcohol.org/laws/underage-drinking/ I am guessing if all the facts were known, no issue here.
  11. In such a case no IMO. But did you read the article to see what the bill encompasses?
  12. Bad move Calif. How long before NYS does the same? https://www.ocregister.com/2019/06/13/california-moves-to-let-felons-serve-on-juries/
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    19 year old JC trustee Benjamin Reynolds hits the sauce

    This depends on where the picture was taken. If he was in Canada, perfectly legal. In MANY of the 50 states, depending of particulars of the situation, it can legal at his age to consume an alcoholic beverage. It’s the PURCHASE of alcoholic beverages that is illegal in all 50 states for those under 21, and illegal to sell to those under 21. Now you can argue whether or not it was wise due to his elected position, but don’t assume what the picture shows was illegal until facts of the particulars are known. Bottom line, in the 50 states the laws in each state vary greatly in the consumption of alcoholic beverages. Same with POSSESSION of such beverages, which IS different than consumption. Just sayin’
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    Just one of my favorite music video's and more.

    Being an avid YouTube surfer, one thing I have been doing of late is watching “reaction videos”. In this case they are videos put up by 30-somethings or younger who watch, react and review videos of songs that they, as far as they know, have never heard before. Most are from the 60s, 70s and 80s and typically are great or very well-known songs. The one here is this guy absolutely loving and freaking out to We Are The World. Part of his review is a heartfelt wish he had been born long ago to have grown up with music from the 60s thru 80s. Worth the watch, especially if you haven’t heard We Are The World in a long spell...