I do not care either way but why not get it right the first time around. Years ago the legislator passed a helmet law just to repeal it a few years later. Then they vote to legalize fireworks just to now consider repealing it. When fireworks were legalized, a number of individuals invested a considerable of time and money to get into retail fireworks sales and now the legislature is considering saying - too bad you are out of business. There are much more serious problems at the state level, why not spend the time trying to solve the state's financial crisis and get with the program. I guess it really doesn't matter since the governor isn't about to sign any bill until they take care of the hospital debt. Oh yes, fireworks are much more important. How about addressing the use of cell phones while driving since the use is responsible for killing innocent children and adults on an annual basis. But that would affect the legislators more than anyone else so don't even let it get out of committee. Focus on fireworks instead!
Why the secrecy! Why did the mother not allow the superintendent of his school comment... Why sneak out of the hospital and not face the press and the national media to answer their questions and why not graciously accept the gift from Mr. Searles who waited 3 hours outside the hospital tp deliver it? That is the least the family could have done since so many folks took time from their schedule to look for the missing skier! I don't get it.
Let's see, adding three months to two life sentences must really have driven the point home. This is a prime example that our judicial system has gone of the deep end. Our courts are backed up with cases and time is wasted on a case with no possible strong arm results. Waterman must have been laughing at the system all the way to the court and back to Warren. He succeeded in wasting court and personnel time knowing that the system cannot make his sentence any worst.