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Re: “You're walking to work in the morning when suddenly...

oops I meant Cogswell street (time for more vodka...)

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Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 10/20/2012 at 3:42 PM

Re: “You're walking to work in the morning when suddenly...

I'm wondering if this bitch is written by someone who has to walk toward downtown Halifax from the Quinpool area. After passing the commons, depending on the time of day you may have the misfortune to meet a generally solid wall of north end high school students walking toward you. They are having to get off the Number 7 bus at the corner of Gottingen and Cornwallis, then they walk up toward the commons. This occurs on school days just before 9 am and if you spit on them, please report back to us here at LTWWB and please send pictures of your condition during the aftertime. Um, excellent advice! Yeah, let me know how that goes for ya!

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Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 10/20/2012 at 3:36 PM

Re: “How are average people supposed to live?

Speaking about ridiculous high prices, has anyone visited the Annapolis valley recently? I was there just for the day on Thursday (Dec. 31st) and the gas prices for regular gasoline was $1.74!!!!!!!!

I had planned to gas up when I got to Kentville as I was running late when I left the city, but when I got off the highway in Wolfville and saw the sign saying 1.74 I thought, maybe I can make it to Kentville and back to the city without gassing up, I still had a good half tank.

When I turned around to come home to Halifax at the end of the day, I got back on the highway at New Minas and noticed the Irving big stop sign was sporting the same 1.74 price!!! I am thankful our gas only went up to 1.17 here in metro on Friday.

Be ready though people, I suspect we may see the gas prices get a lot higher in the near future. Which of course translates out to higher prices on everything that is not produced locally and that we have to transport here with gas/transport trucks....

I was also reading a story about a wheat crisis lately, has anyone been following that story, it said that there was a 50 percent reduction in crop yield last year due to tempature fluctuations and flooding, and some type of disease or rot that is hurting the wheat. It said that wheat prices are rising out of control and there have been riots in some countries already about this, it is pushing the cost of bread and cereals out of reach for many people and resulting in other grains rising in price for example rice and corn. Im sure everyone has noticed the sharp rise in bread prices over the last few years most of the time it costs $3 a loaf on average. I refuse to pay higher prices for things and I wont buy them that is the only way I know to peacefully fight back, I was given a bread machine and now use it make bread faithfully, a bag of flour lasts a long time ;) I also replaced alot of my flower beds with vegetables this past summer and the taste of my own vegetables was well worth it, not to mention the savings on things like tomatoes and cucumbers.

Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 01/03/2011 at 2:15 PM

Re: “Hot Girls

Um sorry to go totally off topic on this but I'm curious if there is a pattern here that could indicate Kay and TTFN are the SAME person(and I may be way off here but just wanted to give it out there as food for thought, I'm the contemplative type and I hope you are too...)
Okay so this comment got me thinking:
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PS - were is TTFN, she usually weighs in on these matters??? I haven't heard the word cunt in a few days now and am starting to worry she tripped over her tits and hit her head.
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So I check TTFN's profile and it says her last post was:
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Re: “Attitude of NS”
Thank you, thank you very much - TTFN has left the building (cue exit music).
Posted by TTFN on August 14, 2009 at 2:01 PM
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Then I think yeah, LL is right, she hasn't been on here. And come to think of it, I don't see a lot of posts from Kay (yeah I realize she's listed on the side bar as a "top poster" but you would have to make a lot of posts to be close to 1500 as she is). I like to read and laugh, occasionally bitch and rarely comment lol. So I check Kay's profile, and it says:
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Re: “Yet Another Bike Bitch”
Halifax may not have bike lanes but Halifax has a smashing library! cool huh? smart even *wink*
Posted by kay on August 14, 2009 at 11:58 PM
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So do we have an interesting coincidence - Kay and
TTFN stop posting within an hour of each other on the same day. Or?

Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 08/18/2009 at 1:33 AM

Re: “Tastless Tart

ROFLMAO

Um wtf did you take time from your busy day at work today to write this poetic crap? Hilarious and get a life, "cupcake"....

I was skimming over the LTWWB section on the main page, read this "bitch" & I was like I can't believe someone would write this, whatever this is, but then I had to click through and read the comments, and had a GOOD laugh :) I love the one "Grade 2 is calling" how appropriate.

And I totally agree, they are so not over their "lost" friend...

The Bitcher/OP here definitely is giving lots of clues as to why they were dumped as a friend... It's pretty easy to see... everything is all about you, how you feel - ever think about how your former friend feels, if you are bitching on here, likely you are bitching behind their backs too about how untrustworthy they are etc. Grow UP!!

Maybe your former friend, you know the demeaning, miserable, withered up old creature/bottom feeder, MAYBE they don't like you and maybe you should get over it. You sound pretty miserable yourself. Get some therapy, hon...

Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 07/17/2009 at 11:30 PM

Re: “Shitty Halifax Living

I had a problem with mould four years ago while renting, I called HRM 490-4000 and they directed me to the appropriate person to make a formal complaint, told them my story and received a complaint number. I can't remember exactly the name of the department I was put through though which is frustrating because I would like to help.

During the call the person I spoke to who was handling my complaint was quite ready to take action and attend at my property and do an inspection, and then I felt a little guilty about siccing the HRM on the landlord so being a softy I told the HRM that I would speak to my landlord one more time and tell them HRM was ready to come out and inspect for toxic mould and I had a complaint number.

WELL after hearing that news my landlord was a little snitty but said they would "see what they could do" Then, said landlord had contractors in SO fast to tear it all apart and put in new drywall my head spun (this is after approximately one year of written requests for them to repair the drywall as I had a huge hole in my ceiling from a leaky pipe above. When a big clump of mould and wet drywall hit my floor and exposed what was up there I panicked and started making calls). This may work for you.

Also, it should be around $26 to file a complaint with residential tenancies. What do you MEAN it's too late for you to do anything about this. Are you serious? Please realize you will take the mould with you when you go as the spores are now in your sofa, upholstered furniture and clothing and curtains. Keep records of everything, photograph the mold up close and sue them for the things you have to throw out.

Here's a link referencing removal of items from a contaminated site to avoid transfer of spores:

http://www.halifax.ca/mediaroom/pressrelea…

Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 07/08/2009 at 8:45 PM

Re: “All The Monkeys Aren't In The Zoo

Wow

Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 07/02/2009 at 5:01 PM

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Re: “Bluenose II Restaurant

I think if I wasn't such a salad lover this place would be great, however I have a friend who loves this place and I was dragged out there a few times and had to say no after two things that went wrong on more than one visit. The first problem was the wait, my friend ordered a sandwich and I a salad and we didn't make it back to work in time, it took so long to get our food, this happened twice. The 2nd problem was the lettuce. More than once it was hunks of yellow lettuce. So the next time she asked me to go there, I said no. And I haven't been back. That was last summer. And over the course of the year that we went there a few times before I stopped going, I noticed there was a lot of staff turnover.

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Posted by Central Halifax Resident on 02/23/2009 at 9:53 PM

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