mona1000's comment history

mona1000 said...

Is there an oral surgeon who would be willing to pull broken off teeth at the gumline for a 71 y.o. who can't eat because her teeth hurt and she can't chew and swallow? She is on medicaid!

October 26, 2012 at 9:55 a.m.
mona1000 said...

Obama & Romney are wondering where their next billion dollars are coming from for their campaign, I'm wondering where I can get $1.00 for a loaf of bread! Did you know the "average" of $16 per month is what senior citizens on Medicare & Medicaid get for food stamps? Disgusting!

October 26, 2012 at 9:53 a.m.
mona1000 said...

I agree with Salsa, consultants are a waste of money and Erlanger will probably hire from within and all that head hunter money is down the tubes.

August 4, 2012 at 10:32 a.m.
mona1000 said...

No cell phones while driving. Too many distractions. Oh, by the way, watch out, Gant Towing will tell you to park, after you park, they call for a tow truck and try and tow your vehicle. If you pay them cash, they won't tow your vehicle! It's a scam, they made a bundle last weekend at Riverbend. Police are aware. BBB contacted, they don't tow after you pay, but they won't give you your $ back. They also damage your vehicle trying to get it out of the parking spot they told you to park in!

June 23, 2012 at 7:47 a.m.
mona1000 said...

The Chattanooga City Council members want $50,000 for consulting fees! Are they out of their minds? What are they consulting about? Listen to the public, they will tell you for free! They want $45,000 for meetings! Since when did meetings cost $45,000, are they service Maine Lobster? That breaks down to $3,750 per meeting (1 per month), outragious! Whatever happened to coffee and danish? They want $13,515 for travel! Where do they plan on going, how are they going and where? A phone call, fax, or email could do the trick if they want to know how other towns are dealing with gangs, etc. Every one of those board members need a lesson on economics. Please tell these people to quit sitting on their brains. I would love to be a member of their board, they would not last long!

May 16, 2012 at 12:58 p.m.
mona1000 said...

She does not deserve these children

October 10, 2011 at 1:51 p.m.
mona1000 said...

Back in 1977, I had a job with a Florida County Government office. It was my job to keep up with on time maintenance, who had what vehicle, and when they had that particular vehicle. All this was done manually as a computer was out of the question (no money from county government). With proper set up, a calendar, pencil and paper, I had the most accurate records of the specific fleet that was in my charge. Appears to me, someone or some people were not doing their job they were being paid to do! It does not take a rocket scientist to do what I did. No one else, except the East Ridge government should have to pay for their unkempt records.

September 29, 2011 at 11:56 a.m.
mona1000 said...

Please excuese my lateness in posting my comment, as my blood pressure is still boiling. As noted above, why is this piece of excretment on the streets? 118 rapes in 18 years equates to 6.56 rapes per year, one every other month!!! Was there any judges? Was there any jurys? Where are the attorneys? Is there anyone in a right mind in Hamilton County? This man belongs behind bars forever. No chance of parole, even after he is castrated! How anyone can let this man walk any street is totally incomprehensible to me. Is Hamilton County afraid to put him in jail? Why? Afraid he will be molested by other inmates? Too bad, so sad, what goes around, comes around. Surely all the moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc. should be in the courtroom on Sept. 20th to be sure this piece of excretment never walks any street ever again.

September 4, 2011 at 7:53 p.m.

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