pool fences

John blueoval at 1SMARTISP.NET
Sun May 8 20:19:23 MDT 2005


Another clear sign of brain damage, Jim. That's the long and short
of it. That's like a group of people pooling their money together
to buy a major league sports franchise, yet depending on public
tax money to build them a new playing facility. Not a lick of
common sense in that, either.

John Q.



On Thu May 05 15:11:40 PDT 2005, Jim
<jnantz2 at 216-19-216-108.GETNET.NET> wrote:

> I heard something on the radio today about a local charity.  The
> organization's goal is not to feed the hungry or provide clothing
> or
> housing for the needy.  Their sole purpose for existing is to
> provide pool
> fences for those who cannot afford them.
>
> It is the law in this state that if you have a pool, you have to
> have a
> fence that keeps the neighbor kids from getting to your pool.
> This law is
> in place because so many kids drown in pools.
>
> Let's see if I've got this right.  There are people out there who
> can
> afford to buy a house without a pool and have one put in or buy a
> house
> with a pool.  Once they have their house and their pool they can
> afford
> clorine and everything else they need to maintain the pool.
>
> They can afford all this, but they can't afford a fence?
>
> Am I missing something?
>
> --
> In 08 vote for a crook you can trust.
> Del Boy for President.
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>
>
>


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