Blue Financial Services Limited (BLUE.bw) listed on the Botswana Stock Exchange under the Financial sector has released it’s 2011 abridged results.For more information about Blue Financial Services Limited (BLUE.bw) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Blue Financial Services Limited (BLUE.bw) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Blue Financial Services Limited (BLUE.bw) 2011 abridged results.Company ProfileBlue Financial Services Limited is a South African-based micro-finance institution which provides loans and financial services to low-income and financially underserved customers in Africa. The company has an international footprint; operating 220 branches across Botswana, South Africa, Zambia, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi, Mauritius, Nigeria and CMA. Blue Financial Services (Botswana) Limited provides solutions for personal loans, consolidated loans, short-term loans, education loans, home loans backed by a pension and provident fund, loans for home improvement, debt consolidation and handset finance. The company also offers insurance solutions, including corporate life, personal life, corporate short-term and personal short-term insurance. Blue Financial Services Limited was founded in 2001 and its head office is based in Pretoria, South Africa.
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Currently, there’s less space on a rugby field than in a studio flat in Clapham, so fewer substitutions would mean more tired players – and tired players mean more gaps in the defensive line.The issues of the collision forces in rugby are well known and it has been exacerbated by allowing eight fresh monsters to replace eight tired monsters after around 55 minutes – fresh players running into tired players is a mathematical formula for injury.Limited substitutions will also mean that many players will have to play the full 80 minutes and therefore prioritise fitness over mass. But perhaps the greatest benefit of limiting substitutions is that it will reduce the benefits of rugby’s ‘buying culture’.Fewer substitutions will minimise the importance of the bench and allow a more level playing field for smaller clubs and Test nations. In modern rugby it is always the bench that makes the difference, particularly at international level. Beaumont is bang on the money with his suggestion.Related: Should there be fewer substitutions in rugby? Bristol are the new model for spendingThe days of English Premiership clubs being able to stack their entire squads with Test players appear to be over. That recruitment model simply isn’t affordable under the current salary cap and having a depth chart that is deeper than the Mariana Trench is going to attract some weird glances in the future.It is in this regard that Bristol seem to be changing the way that elite teams need to spend their money. Yes, they have signed some premium players in Semi Radradra and Kyle Sinckler. But they also have their fair share of ‘own brand’ players. TAGS: Harlequins Alex Dombrandt is a classical No 8If Rembrandt had painted a No 8, it would have been Alex Dombrandt. He is a classical eight: 6ft 3in tall, 18-and-a-half stone, the type of acceleration that could flatten a loose stone wall. But whilst the Harlequins back-row has the appearance and grunt of a textbook ball-carrier, his handling is from a different book altogether.He has been dominant in every appearance this season, but his work in the build-up to Danny Care’s try against Saracens was insane. Catching the ball from the back of the lineout, he cleverly passed an inside ball and left the first defender motionless. Then he managed to stay on Care’s shoulder, where he received one more pass before holding off the second tackler and finally executing a perfect reverse offload. Power surge: Alex Dombrandt makes a break for Harlequins (Getty Images) If primetime Sergio Parisse or Zinzan Brooke had done this, the world would be in awe. Dombrandt is the real deal. And whilst he isn’t in the England squad just yet, he will be.Rugby has had its ‘expenses’ scandalThere was a time when Members of Parliament could claim for seemingly anything on top of their salary. Additional properties, stables for their horses, little hats for their ducks. But British politics’ gravy train came to halt. And now, hopefully, rugby’s has too.Sign of times: A Gloucester fan references the Saracens salary cap scandal (Getty Images)Saracens have been dealt with, and rightly so. But the issue is so much bigger than just one club in England. Cheating the books is cheating the long-term health of the game. You need only look at the starting line-ups for the South African Super Rugby squads to realise just how unbalanced the global game is becoming at club level.Related: Saracens relegated from Premiership – and docked further 70 pointsPaying players good money for short careers is obviously a worthwhile goal. Modern rugby’s players pay a heavy physical price for their career choice and the renumeration should be commensurate with that. However, wages for individuals cannot take precedence over the good of the global game. Rugby is a sport that means a lot, to a lot of people. To adapt a political slogan, rugby should be ‘for the many, not the few’.Bill Beaumont is right on fewer substitutionsRugby has become an incredibly progressive game, but sometimes you need to step backwards to move forward and that is exactly what Bill Beaumont is proposing. Limiting the number of fresh substitutes in rugby would be a great move for the game and for many reasons. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS They have essentially chosen to build a squad based on expensive seniors and affordable juniors. What’s more they’re playing some of the most exciting rugby in the game. Bristol Bears are very much the future of English club rugby.Welsh rugby is recruiting cleverlyWhilst we’ve all been focusing on what patterns Wayne Pivac and Stephen Jones will be executing on the field, Welsh rugby has been doing some Carlos Spencer-type moves behind the scenes.Firstly, they manage to secure Nick Tompkins and put him straight into the Wales squad. But, perhaps more importantly, they’re starting to lure some of the Welsh youngsters who leaked through the talent pipeline back to Wales. Sam Costelow has signed with the Scarlets and Sam Moore has joined Cardiff Blues. Welsh rugby has been ringing its hands in recent years over the exodus of young Welsh players into the public school system in south-west England, but it has been rather clever in its approach.Welsh rugby is essentially letting the private schools train and educate them to a high standard, then when they’re ready the Welsh recruitment drive begins. With stacks of young talent already featuring at Gloucester and Bristol, it will be interesting to see who else comes back in future seasons. Paul Williams reflects on rugby’s recent goings-on, from recruitment to scandals The March 2020 issue of Rugby World magazine – a Six Nations special – is on sale now.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Colombia: Bogota church hosts medical brigade clinic for the poor Rector Washington, DC Submit a Press Release Rector Pittsburgh, PA Tags Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Rector Tampa, FL Rector Martinsville, VA Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Bath, NC Featured Jobs & Calls Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector Shreveport, LA Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Anglican Communion, Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Youth Minister Lorton, VA Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Rector Belleville, IL Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Knoxville, TN The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group [Episcopal Diocese of Colombia] The Divine Savior Episcopal Church in Bogota, located in one of the poorest sections of the city, recently hosted a medical (brigade) clinic on a Saturday. Clinic services included an opportunity to visit with a doctor or nurse, receive physical or respiratory therapy, or receive dental care.For a fee of COP$1,000, or a little over 50 US cents, visitors could gain access to the lower floor and take advantage of any of the medical services. A pharmacy also was available to pick up any recommended medication.In addition to the clinic, a used clothing store was set up. For a fee of COP$1,000, visitors could shop for jackets, pants, shirts, dresses, shoes, children’s clothing, and more. And on the first floor, located in the chapel, haircuts were being offered.Since the poor often face legal challenges that can be daunting, a lawyer also was available in the sanctuary for free consultations.When departing, all attendees received a gift bag with a bar of soap and a tube of toothpaste.All of the professional staff members were volunteers. They served a total of 90 people over a period of 6 hours.The fees, while basic and insufficient for covering the actual cost of the services, provided the participants with a sense of dignity, knowing that they had contributed something for the services they received.Founded in 1963, the Diocese of Colombia is the youngest diocese in the Episcopal Church and one of seven Province IX dioceses spread across the Caribbean and Central and northern South America. 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Francisco Orrala y su esposa Claudina Pacheco frente a la iglesia episcopal de San Mateo en Guayaquil, Diócesis de Ecuador Litoral. Foto de Lynette Wilson/ENS.[Episcopal News Service – Guayaquil, Ecuador] Al igual que en todas las relaciones, las relaciones de diócesis compañeras y de parroquia a parroquia están sujetas a fluctuaciones, pero para las parroquias de las diócesis de Tennessee y de Ecuador Litoral su relación de larga data ha mantenido el rumbo y ha continuado evolucionando.La apertura al cambio y el escuchar atentamente han caracterizado la visita más reciente de la Diócesis de Tennessee a la Diócesis de Ecuador Litoral, una visita anual planeada de antemano que dio un viraje luego de que un terremoto de 7,8 de magnitud azotara la costa central [del Ecuador] causando la muerte a centenares de personas, lesionando a millares y desplazando a decenas de millares de sus hogares al norte de Guayaquil.Los compañeros de Tennessee han hecho visitas anuales a Ecuador desde 1998. A lo largo de los años, han participado en proyectos de construcción, renovaciones, nuevos edificios y cercados; han moderado talleres y clínicas; han participado juntos en reuniones cultuales y fraternales y han practicado un ministerio de presencia, particularmente durante su más reciente visita en la que oyeron las historias de los sobrevivientes del terremoto y sus familias.El grupo se reunió con la Rda. Betty Juárez Villamar, que preside la mesa, en la iglesia episcopal de San Pablo en Manta, una de las zonas más afectadas por el terremoto del 16 de abril. Foto de Lynette Wilson/ENS.Originalmente, el grupo de 11 personas se esperaba que ascendiera al doble, y que algunos de sus miembros abrieran una clínica. Por el contrario, los compañeros de Tennessee se concentraron en un ministerio de presencia, visitando iglesias en Guayaquil y la provincia de Manabí, una de las zonas más castigadas por el terremoto, a unas tres horas y media por carretera [de Guayaquil] en la costa central.Para responder a algunas de las necesidades de las personas, un grupo de profesionales de la medicina de la Diócesis Episcopal de Puerto Rico, que dirige un sistema de salud en la isla, se unió a los médicos locales, del 15 al 18 de junio, para ofrecer servicios médicos de atención obstétrica y ginecológica, medicina general, pediatría y atención psicológica a las personas de Manabí.El que los asociados de Puerto Rico, que también tienen relaciones de compañerismo con Ecuador Litoral, respondieran a necesidades médicas, les permitió a los compañeros de Tennessee sentarse y escuchar los relatos de la gente y sus preocupaciones.“Nos encontramos en una encrucijada … ¿hay algún modo mejor de hacer las cosas?”, dijo Paul Wholley, compañero de misión durante mucho tiempo y miembro de la iglesia del Buen Pastor [Church of the Good Shepherd] en Brentwood, Tennessee, que ayudó a coordinar la misión de tres días auspiciada por esta iglesia. “Si el terremoto tiene un aspecto positivo es que pudimos hacer un viaje para escuchar”.Las diócesis de Tennessee y Ecuador Litoral tuvieron una relación oficial de compañerismo de 1998 a 2010; ahora la relación se mantiene entre parroquias, coordinada por un comité de compañerismo dirigido por George Kurz, miembro de la iglesia episcopal de San Felipe [of St. Philip’s] en Nashville.Dos cosas de importancia están sucediendo en la Diócesis de Ecuador Litoral. Se está desarrollando un plan a largo plazo para responder a las necesidades de personas afectadas por el terremoto, su bienestar físico y emocional, la reconstrucción de sus hogares y el ayudar a que la gente encuentre empleo. El otro foco principal, que ha estado en marcha pero que está cobrando fuerza, es el trayecto de la diócesis hacia el autosostén para su misión y ministerio.Cuando le preguntaron cuáles son las carencias, necesidades y expectativas de sus relaciones de compañerismo, Alfredo Morante, obispo de Ecuador Litoral, dijo que son muchas pero que la primera prioridad es encontrar asociados y compañeros que puedan acompañar a la diócesis en su trayecto al autosostén.Cada una de las siete diócesis que integran la IX Provincia de la Iglesia Episcopal —Ecuador Litoral, Ecuador Central, Honduras, Venezuela, Colombia, Puerto Rico y la República Dominicana— deben adoptar un plan de autosostén.En mayo, los obispos de la IX Provincia crearon un grupo de desarrollo provincial durante una reunión del sínodo en San Juan, Puerto Rico. El propósito del grupo de desarrollo es colaborar al desarrollo y autosostén de las diócesis mediante la promoción de un desarrollo sostenible, la solicitud de recursos y el fortalecimiento de las relaciones de compañerismo.El grupo de desarrollo se inspira en el Grupo Dominicano de Desarrollo, que ha ayudado a la Diócesis de la República Dominicana a establecer un fondo —con la colaboración de la Iglesia Episcopal— que ha contribuido a garantizar su misión y ministerio futuros. Gran parte de lo que ha podido hacer el GDD ha sido posible con la cooperación de compañeros, que han facilitado más de 50 viajes de misión al año.El obispo ha hablado hace tiempo acerca de la necesidad de la diócesis de llegar a ser autosostenible, dijo Kurz.“Esto no es ‘Ecuadorlandia’, esto no es un parque de atracciones”, dijo Kurz, durante una entrevista en Guayaquil. “Me siento llamado a estar aquí… y quiero hacer lo más que pueda por ser un compañero”.Lo que los compañeros de larga trayectoria han advertido en Ecuador refleja lo que sucede en Estados Unidos: las parroquias que tienen un firme liderazgo se convierten en las parroquias más pujantes, y los líderes fuertes en Estados Unidos asociados con líderes fuertes en Ecuador tiene la capacidad de producir resultados sostenibles.Los diáconos y los sacerdotes de la diócesis, dijo Morante, quieren lo mismo que él, relaciones de compañerismo que puedan ayudar a llevarles por el camino del autosostén y que puedan ayudarles a servir a sus parroquias y a las comunidades circundantes.La Rda. Mariana Loor, a la izquierda, vicaria de la iglesia episcopal de Jesús el Señor en Guayaquil, Ecuador, y Sarerna Pettit, de la iglesia episcopal José de Arimatea en Hendersonville, Tennessee, conversan frente a la iglesia. Foto de Lynette Wilson/ENS.El autosostén es algo por lo que la iglesia de San José de Arimatea [St. Joseph of Arimathea] en Hendersonville, Tennessee, está colaborando con la iglesia de Jesús el Señor, su asociada en la zona de clase obrera de Guayaquil, dirigida por la Rda. Mariana Loor.“En Jesús el Señor tienen un verdadero talento para las empanadas”, dijo Sarerna Pettit, miembro de San José de Arimatea, intérprete al español del grupo de Tennessee y quien ha sido compañera de misión durante mucho tiempo.La iglesia tiene una ventana que da a la calle, lo cual facilita las ventas; el plan es comenzar algo pequeño con las empanadas y luego expandir la operación para incluir panadería. Con el dinero que se recaude localmente y el apoyo de la diócesis y de los compañeros de Tennessee, la iglesia cuenta con el capital inicial para empezar, afirmó ella.Con el transcurso de los años, Pettit y Loor han terminado siendo amigas: se mantienen en comunicación vía email y saben que oran la una por la otra.“(Nuestra) principal relación es de oración”, dijo Loor, durante una visita a Jesús el Señor, aunque ella también ha hecho una visita a Tennessee. Tenemos una hermosa relación y estamos unidas en el Espíritu Santo”.– Lynette Wilson es redactora y reportera de Episcopal News Service. Traducción de Vicente Echerri. 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Comments (2) Rector Bath, NC Comments are closed. [Anglican Journal] Three clergy in the diocese of Toronto have sent a letter to Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby to register dissent and request an “intervention” following the election of Canon Kevin Robertson, a gay man currently living with his partner, to the episcopate in September. Welby, however, has no jurisdiction in Canada; all 38 member churches of the Anglican Communion are autonomous.The letter, signed by the Canon Murray Henderson (St. Matthew’s Riverdale), the Rev. Catherine Sider Hamilton (St. Matthew’s Riverdale) and Canon Dean Mercer (Anglican Church of St. Paul, L’Amoreaux) argues that the election was “irregular” and “out of order insofar as its slate included a candidate whose lifestyle is contrary to the teaching of the historic and universal church on chastity and marriage.”They also claim that Robertson’s inclusion was “contrary to the present doctrine and discipline of the Anglican Church of Canada,” and that he was therefore “not duly qualified for the office of bishop.”Full article. Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Associate Rector Columbus, GA Rector Washington, DC The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Featured Jobs & Calls Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Rector Albany, NY Submit an Event Listing Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest October 19, 2016 at 4:56 pm Why do priests and canons of the Church of Canada not know the Archbishop of Canterbury has no jurisdiction whatsoever in provinces of the Communion? Press Release Service Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET October 25, 2016 at 6:18 am I disagree. Giving ‘honest and faithful service’ is adhering to what you call ‘older doctrines and customs’ of the Church of Christ. The issue is not whether or not the ABC has jurisdiction but whether or not the Holy Bible has jurisdiction over the church of canada. In the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church there is no room for picking and choosing what or what not to believe. Read the advice the head of the Russian Church offered the ABC in his recent visit to the Lambeth Palace on the current situation of Anglicanism. God help us. New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group J.F. 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Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Historic Highland Manor, Apopka, FL Decision Apopka 2018Opinion/AnalysisBy Reggie Connell/Managing Editor of The Apopka VoiceJust as the sun is setting in the western Apopka sky this evening, two men will shake hands and come out fighting. Apopka Mayor Joe Kilsheimer goes toe-to-toe with Orange County Commissioner Bryan Nelson in the first (and only scheduled) Mayoral debate at the Highland Manor before a capacity crowd of approximately 300, and with countless others watching on a live stream feed at venues around Apopka and at their homes.The scheduled starting time is 6:15 PM.For the past 11 months, and a lot longer in an unofficial capacity, Kilsheimer and Nelson have been on a collision course leading up to this head-to-head meeting. Things have been relatively quiet between the two camps, but that is likely to change tonight.And according to Kilsheimer, this is a great way to compare the two candidates.“I am excited that Apopka voters will get a chance to contrast our message in a live setting with that of our opponent,” he said. “If it were up to me, we would have 10 debates before the election. Competition makes us all better.”For Nelson, this is an opportunity to unveil some of his plans for Apopka.“I am looking forward to the Mayoral debate,” he said. “I will share my vision on how we shore up our finances, grow our dining options but keep Apopka’s ‘small-town feel’.”The winner of the election gets the center seat on the Apopka City Council, the keys to a $110-million budget and a city that is in the midst of a 21st-century gold rush. Apopka is booming in both population and economic growth. The emergence of the new $200 million Florida Hospital Apopka, the upcoming City Center project and the completion of the Wekiva Parkway almost guarantees Apopka’s emergence as a major player in Central Florida for years to come.But who is best equipped to manage its growth or potential growing pains? Who would make the better mayor? Who is better prepared? Whose vision might take Apopka to an even higher level?Perhaps an answer will emerge.The candidate who stands out tonight; is able to convey their message best, and ultimately is perceived as the winner of tonight’s debate may well be the frontrunner moving forward in the March 13th election.Debates are a lot like minefields. A candidate might navigate through it unscathed or even gain some ground, but one misstep could potentially send them flying in several different directions never to recover. Campaigns are sometimes won and lost on debate performance, especially when only a single debate is scheduled. It can be similar to that moment in a poker game when you slide all your chips to the center of the table, and your opponent follows suit.However in this debate, neither candidate can be seen as an underdog or an unknown, so neither Kilsheimer or Nelson are likely to take risks. Both men have strong name recognition in the community. Neither candidate has ever lost an election. Both campaigns are well-funded and ready to take their message to the community moving forward to election day.However, there is one issue that will not allow either candidate to play it safe.Perhaps the night’s most contentious topic, and one that both candidates have weighed-in on publically is the Apopka Budget for the Fiscal year 2017-18. Back in October, The Apopka Voice asked both Kilsheimer and Nelson to give their viewpoints on the budget, and management of general fund reserves. Their answers illustrate the stark differences in their approaches.(To review the Apopka budget for the fiscal year 2017-18, go here.)There is nothing more important to a city than its budget. It’s a roadmap of how the coming fiscal year is going to go. That’s probably why discussions about budgets, reserves, and how to spend the Apopka taxpayer’s money create such passionate debates on the City Council. And no one will have more impact on a budget than the mayor.Expect a lot of time dedicated to this issue tonight, and expect this to be debated as passionately as any in the debate.It is, after all, where the outcome of the Apopka Mayoral election may hinge. TAGSApopka Mayor Joe KilsheimerOrange County Commissioner Bryan Nelson Previous articleApopka Police Department Arrest ReportNext articleParts of Lake Apopka Wildlife Drive reopening Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR February 1, 2018 at 6:32 pm Florida gas prices jump 12 cents; most expensive since 2014 Red flag to me was listening to the mayor speaking about the area that Amazon is going to, and that it was not a low millage rate area….uh uh uh. Red flag to me!! Also the willingness of the mayor, to talk about giving away city incentives (money) to Uber and Lyft ….I thought Trump was the one giving it all away to the companies……!!! Plus the bragging about Apopka being the second lowest millage rate of any full service city…..oh boy, I did not hear this kind of bragging at the budget times of the city council of the years past, out of Mayor Kilsheimer! Not at all, what I saw was a looking down, or snubbing the low millage rate, that I had spoken about before the council, and that our low millage rate is something to be proud of, and that it was an Apopka tradition. My, how the election changes everything!!!! Mama Mia Reply Mama Mia Good Job January 31, 2018 at 9:22 pm Of course Mayor Joe is not going to give profits to charity from the red light cameras. He needs every source of revenue he can get his hands on to keep the city in business. Ej Central Florida auto insurance rates are among the highest in the country all because of how people drive here. The question Mayor Kilsheimer was asked was, “Would he be willing to give the red light camera money away by donating it to charity?” That is what I heard, and I didn’t hear any clarity of answer on that one. 31 COMMENTS February 1, 2018 at 3:30 pm Mama Mia Reply Seargent Saunders January 31, 2018 at 8:28 pm February 3, 2018 at 9:02 pm January 31, 2018 at 10:54 pm Reply I could sit here and write you all a book on what I think about the mayor’s debate, and the Trump state of the union, but I won’t, as it doesn’t matter. I got to go to bed, and try to take care of what really matters to me, and that is my little dog, who is not doing good. His heart is bad, and had a rough night last night, sleeping some, and waking and grunting, coughing, and making choking sounds. I just never expected that something like this would occur, so quickly, over a two week period, as he was fine just a couple weeks ago. Sometimes he is okay, and other times, he is having it rough. It breaks my heart, and I don’t know if there is anything else the vet can prescribe to help him. I just love this little dog so much, and he loves me too, like you wouldn’t believe. He wants to be right where ever I am, and on my lap, on at my side, or on my pillow, next to my head in bed. So Amazon didn’t set up a big time national headquarters around here, boo hoo, surprise surprise. At least the mayor and his minions can sit around and cry in their beer here in this town very soon, for not getting Amazon, as the beer joints are on their way, and will be everywhere in this town, on every corner, for that “quality of life” thanks to the current council administration majority vote. Reply Reply Reply Now I am reading about Bill Sublette’s withdrawal from Orange County Mayor’s race. This after raising more than $100,000 dollars since Dec. 31. Well, I wasn’t going to vote for him anyway, so no love lost there from me. He doesn’t even give reason why he is dropping out either. Quote, ” There is no single reason I can point to that explains my decision.” ” I considered many factors and simply came to the conclusion that now is not the right time to continue my campaign.” Well, I’ll be. Voters don’t like these indecisive wishy- washy candidates! Reply Reply Reply Reply February 1, 2018 at 6:39 pm February 1, 2018 at 6:26 pm February 3, 2018 at 9:06 pm Reply Reply Mama Mia February 1, 2018 at 4:13 pm Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply January 31, 2018 at 8:50 pm Mama Mia Mama Mia Reply Trump stated during his state of the union address that he is going to see to it, that drug companies lower the cost of prescription drugs in this country, this year. He said, “Just watch”! He had previously stated that the drugs are too high in price for our country’s citizens, and the same drugs are being sold in other countries at a much cheaper cost……… We watched the debate with the others from the Victory Church. Thank you Commissioner Doug Bankson for hosting the debate at you all’s church, along with your family that was there. Glad I was watching with the civilized crowd from the Victory Church, instead of at the Highland Manor, where the groupies were loud mouthed! I think it will be up to the city’s registered voters, who will decide who got an F on their homework. Reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here January 31, 2018 at 9:43 pm Janice Rapp Mama Mia January 31, 2018 at 9:05 pm Mama Mia Reply Reply Well, he better get on it ASAP. They are cheaper in other countries, but here is the thing. My diabetic meds, the injectable insulin pens, that I have to use, one that I take, one shot per day, and the other pen I have to inject once per week, have gone way way up in cost since Trump took the helm! I don’t know why they have gone sky high now, unless it is due to Trump’s fight against the Affordable Care Act, and that somehow that has had an affect on the drug prices, and how the prices are set. It is ridiculous the change in the prices of what they cost now! I would not even know the costs, but I get a statement from the health care company, and I see what is billed, and what is allowed to be paid out, and my costs also. Not only has the drug costs skyrocketed, but the my co-pays have gone way way up also! So Mr. Trump is to blame, so he should do something about it, is the way I see it! Mama Mia I am getting to see the mayor’s debate once again on both the Apopka Chamber of Commerce Facebook website of which, by the way, I do not have to have a Facebook account, to view the video. That is the problem most of the time for me, when I try to look at most websites videos, although I do get to see some of them, without a Facebook account. I also see that Apopka Critic has posted the debate on his website, and it is viewable without having to have a Facebook account also. Thanks Apopka Chamber of Commerce and Apopka Critic, as I wanted to listen to certain parts again, and I DID LISTEN once again! Reply Mama Mia February 1, 2018 at 3:56 pm I’ll share with you, another day, just what the different insulin pens cost, and you will be shocked, I promise you, unless you already know, and have to take them too. People don’t have money trees sitting around….well, my neighbor had a money tree out front, for real, and it froze….lol Reply Mama Mia He is not subject to term limits according to the article, so maybe that is why he is hunkering down on his current job, otherwise, who knows what he is up to? LOL The porn star that Kimmel had on his show…..sorry, I stayed awake to see that interview. As Hillary Clinton, would say, and sum it up, that was a “nothing burger”. Kimmel tried his best to get her to talk, and he knew she had signed the gag agreement for the hush money. Maybe he should of signed her to model a fashion show on his show, or something instead, as the interview was a dud. Here is what gets me…..she was worried about things written and posted about her on the internet that she said were not true, such as one said she was a man, and another said she worked for the FBI, and she was worried about what her daughter would think, if she read those things about her mom, but apparently it didn’t bother her if her daughter knows she does porn?????? January 31, 2018 at 8:06 pm UF/IFAS in Apopka will temporarily house District staff; saves almost $400,000 Gov. DeSantis says new moment-of-silence law in public schools protects religious freedom February 1, 2018 at 5:55 pm Reply February 1, 2018 at 4:00 pm Bryan Nelson announced he is going to give back one half of his mayor salary, if he gets in there, PLUS, the biggie, he also said, HE IS GOING TO GET RID OF THE RED LIGHT CAMERAS, if elected mayor! Yeah baby!!! Reply February 1, 2018 at 3:44 pm Mama Mia Mama Mia Reply February 1, 2018 at 3:37 pm Mama Mia Mama Mia I read about the GOP lawmakers on the Amtrak train that was headed to the annual retreat and that the train hit a garbage truck and that one person was killed and about 4 others injured, and that the GOP Steve S., the one that was shot at the annual baseball game was on this train too. Wow, poor guy, he will be afraid to go anywhere with his luck. Reply Mama Mia February 1, 2018 at 6:22 pm Reply Last night’s state of the union address by Trump……to me the real debate was right there in that room. I was debating in my mind, which woman was the maddest. Was it Melania, who was the maddest at Trump, or was it Democrat Nancy Pelosi, who was the maddest at Trump?….that was the real debate…lol I don’t think Melania or Nancy, either one, would make a very good poker player, as I could read their faces, oh so clearly. The Trump’s wedding anniversary of 13 years passed right on by, and no congratulations, no hugs, no hand holding, no sweet kisses, and no hello kitty, I suppose….LOL Mama Mia February 1, 2018 at 6:04 pm Seargent Saunders Then Mayor Kilsheimer commenced to calling Bryan Nelson a career politician, and that he was a state rep, a county commissioner, and now, was after another elected job. Okay, mayor, that is the pot calling the kettle black, so to speak, because mayor, you were a city commissioner before, served two of the four year term, and didn’t finish the term, someone else had to do it to serve, and then you ran for mayor, and now you are re-running. Can you say career politician???? Mama Mia Mama Mia Reply Mama Mia I got to say that Mayor Kilsheimer is the one that to me, went out on a limb, and risked it, as coming off as being nasty. When that ridiculous question was asked of Mayor Kilsheimer, of what he thought was Mr. Nelson’s qualifications to be the Mayor of Apopka….that was a loaded question, and shouldn’t of been allowed. The obvious thing to have answered would have been, ” I am not here to tout my rival’s qualifications, you would have to ask him again, rather than me, as I am here to explain my qualifications for being your Apopka Mayor.”……geesh! But I watched Mayor Kilsheimer’s face, and I saw the wheels turning, and I knew it was coming……because I watch him all the time in action, at the council meetings, and I knew that look……. Reply Please enter your comment! Thank you to Fox 35 for live streaming the mayoral debate. I watched from my home in Apopka and I thought both candidates did a great job. Mayor Kilsheimer, you have my vote March 13th. January 31, 2018 at 8:46 pm Mama Mia Now I can’t stand Trump, and I make no secret of that. And I can’t stand his politics or just about anything about him. However, I think he did very well on his state of the union speech. If he conducted himself in that manner, all the time, instead of the idiotic way he has been bullying, intimidating, name calling and acting like a total azz, then at least, if nothing else, people would respect him better. Michael Heaton Mama Mia January 31, 2018 at 9:09 pm Reply Now it was on the tv news that the health insurance companies are denying people their medications they need because of the cost, and/or trying to push them to get other cheaper drugs prescribed by their doctors, because they don’t want to pay. There is a state lawmaker, a lady, didn’t catch her full name, her last name was Mayfield, I think it was, and she is trying to get a bill passed in the Florida Legislature, where these health insurance companies cannot deny you your needed medications during the period of your insurance, until it renews again, and that the meds would have to be issued to you, per the law, and they would be required to pay for them, at least until the next renewal period, per your policy’s list of drugs they cover, that you signed up for. The tv news stated fingers crossed, that she can get it passed, but there is no guarantee, because the last time something like that was tried to get passed, the HOUSE voted against it!!! What good are they, the FLORIDA HOUSE MEMBERS???? Also if they don’t try to switch you to another cheaper drug, they just flat out deny you, is what I am hearing some are saying is happening to them, through their health insurances. Seargent Saunders I keep hearing about this “quality of life” of Apopka…..well, how about this: My recycles didn’t get picked up today, along with the rest of our neighbors on our street, on the day my COA refrigerator magnet says is our pick up day for recycles…..duh! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. January 31, 2018 at 8:43 pm Reply Oh, I got it, maybe Sublette is going to run for Florida Governor….ha ha ha, after all, everybody else is!!! February 1, 2018 at 6:17 pm February 1, 2018 at 4:18 pm Getting rid of the cameras is no easy task. The city has a contract with the provider. Revenue changes hands. How is THAT going to be handled? The reason some people are crying and whining about RLC’s is because they dont want to get caught running red lights. I mean, it’s all pretty simple. If you don’t want a ticket from a RLC monitored intersection, then DO WHAT YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO DO…come to a COMPLETE stop before turning right on red and don’t try to run the light going straight or if you turn left! How obvious is THIS??? The “questions” were all fluff questions. ANYBODY could have answered them and sounded like a candidate for mayor! February 1, 2018 at 4:10 pm January 31, 2018 at 8:19 pm Reply February 4, 2018 at 9:04 am Mama Mia January 31, 2018 at 9:13 pm I think about what would I do, all the time, if I didn’t have this health insurance. The costs of the blood work, the costs of the doctor visits, the image testing, and the enormous costs of the meds, and the needles, test strips, lancets, and all the other meds, I have to take, that aren’t diabetic needs…and I think about people that are in serious shape, with serious medical problems, and their need for drastic medical care, and what about them, if they don’t have big money. Trump don’t care about those people. January 31, 2018 at 8:23 pm Mama Mia Reply Please enter your name here Mama Mia Reply
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