Dalhectar 
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Re: “Herring Expands on Same-Sex Marriage Reversal

People have the right to have a change of heart 7 years later.

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Posted by Dalhectar on 01/27/2014 at 5:13 PM

Re: “For Richmond, the Kids May Not Be All Right, Study Shows

"Boy / Girl Scouts, volunteers, paper boy / girl, sports team, anything showing a commitment and responsibility, will put them ahead of those with nothing."

Now actual and relevant work experience matters when you are 21, but no employer is going to care about your High School extracurricular if they have no direct application to your job hunt 4 years after those events.

An Associate Degree in English shows demonstrates current work ethic more than what you did with your sports team 8 years ago when you were 13.

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Posted by Dalhectar on 05/29/2013 at 9:43 AM

Re: “City Considers 9 p.m. Curfew During Art Walks

Turnstyle has for years and continues to host Guest DJs to spin without incident. However, any activity on the sidewalk (outdoor art display, coffee shop tables, live music, or DJs) impedes pedestrian traffic, which becomes a problem when the # of attendees swell from 2K to 5K.

Also, if the City can supply extra police to round up under-18s, then it can supply extra police to close Broad St. for exclusive pedestrian use.

If the city is willing to spend more money such as enforcing a curfew mandates, then it can close Broad St. and really allow Art Walk to grow organically.

Blaming under-18s and keeping the event closed to the region's art students want to be a part of the Richmond, is not the answer. Denying DJs and live PA electronic musicians the right to play would be ineffective.

Posted by Dalhectar on 09/28/2011 at 12:01 PM

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