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Building Conference Hosts Wheeling Native

February 1, 2013

MORGANTOWN — For Wheeling native and Linsly School graduate Matthew Miller, educating and empowering young people are keys to improving communities....

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Feb-01-13 10:44 AM

Mr. Triton, what you've just [written] is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever [read]. At no point in your rambling, incoherent [comment] were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone [on this site] is now dumber for having [read] it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul

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Feb-01-13 8:11 AM

I think there should be a penalty jar and every time you say "empower" you have to put a dollar in it. It always fascinated me, in college, that those who thought they were so counter culture, were really just slaves to their own invented culture, dressing alike, saying the same buzzwords, chanting the same chants, voting the same way regardless of how phony the candidate( if he dressed alike and said the same buzzwords). Young people always like to think they invented nonconformism, but then they conform so much its hard to tell. Oh, yeah and you have to say you are saving the environment even if you drive an SUV, jet to Cancun and flip Dicarlo's boxes out the window of the landark. Yeah a penalty jar and it should be donated to someone who does none of the above...the true nonconformist. And what say we reinstitute the draft so that flakes can be empowered to serve their country just like the poor kids. Woops there goes a dollar into the jar.

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