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Re: “My Three Dogs

Disappointed is an understatement. I have been a loyal customer bringing my pup here for daycare and intermittent boarding, but I will NEVER return and would strongly discourage others from trusting them to care for their pets. I reluctantly left my fur-baby for a 10 day work trip, only to get a call on the last day that she was so matted and tangled that they couldn't bathe her and would need to completely shave her. I was obviously shocked to hear that they hadn't brushed her in my absence. Even more shocking is they was the staff handled the issue. They took no responsibility at all, blaming me for not "adding on the brushing service" to her stay, despite never having offered that to me. I assumed basic upkeep and wellbeing was included in her extended stay, shame on me. My poor puppy is so matted and tangled that she is crying when I so much as pet her. If the staff had been petting or attending to her, they too would have noticed that something was wrong. I stopped by another groomer on my way home, hoping to salvage her beautiful coat, and she confirmed that to detangle her at this point would be cruel. An egregious example of neglect topped with the staffs complete disregard for customers feelings... all I can say is WOW.

Posted by Sara Lane on February 27, 2017 at 6:33 PM

Re: “Muhiyidin d'Baha sits down with Quintin Washington two days after arrest during Confederate flag protest

So, Chesterboy, what you're saying is that him fighting against it validates it? If he did nothing, would that not also validate it? I'm sure it wouldn't matter to you how he opposed it, it would all give validity to the cause, right?

No one is supreme over anyone else. We're all people. We have the same thoughts, feelings and abilities. We all get traffic tickets, jail sentences, college degrees and Nobel prizes for the same things. What separates us is language, distance and culture. These are the very things that we should peacefully engage one another on, to grow closer as human beings - because we're much more alike than we are different - instead of using those things to divide and conquer based on nationalistic differences or melanin count. The separatist/racist mindset is the problem, and it's the very reason why his reaction was one of the noblest of responses. Fighting against the problem of evil is the only way to reach a solution of peace. To not fight against evil is to fight for it. If the things white supremacists do are done to them, they'll be in an uproar, because they know it's unfair. It's not only unfair if it's done to them. It's unfair against all of us. Anyone operating under the double standard which says otherwise sits at the height of hypocrisy and is the cancer of humanity. Unity doesn't cause problems, division does. Be part of the solution.

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Posted by William Davis on February 27, 2017 at 5:19 PM

Re: “Protesters clash outside of Bree Newsome lecture

Put up a gofundme page for his bail, court and attorney fees. WORTH IT!

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Posted by Chelle Ellis on February 27, 2017 at 5:05 PM
Posted by tupper29406 on February 27, 2017 at 1:29 PM

Re: “The Agenda: Tecklenburg pushes I-526; Solar tax breaks; DeMint's Heritage a bridge for Trump agenda

"D.C. think tank behind Donald Trump"? Trump is not too keen on anyone not behind him.…

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Posted by tupper29406 on February 27, 2017 at 1:23 PM
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