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Rugby fans’ double standards

first_imgHave a word: Ref Matthew Carley speaks to Bath players during their 19-19 draw with Northampton Pompous, deluded jibes at football are not constructive. Improvement starts with a look in the mirror and fans are just as responsible for upholding the sport’s core values as players are, if not more so. Frankly, rugby folk have no right to bemoan segregation if they are hurling mindless insults around.Just as fair physicality must trump thuggery on the field, respect, discipline and enjoyment must rise above abuse off it. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Granted, the group of Bath dissenters was small, but sadly this was not an isolated incident. Though this Premiership campaign has seen some scintillating action, uglier instances have cropped up regularly. The nadir came a month ago when Tim Wigglesworth had cups thrown at him at Kingsholm. Imparting a TMO at every game has intensified scrutiny throughout the season.These days, it is impossible for 80 minutes to pass without a call being questioned. Rugby’s ever-evolving law interpretations mean that is to be expected, but as rugby union grows as a professional entity – something made blindingly obvious by this season’s European merry-go-round – the financial stakes get higher. Without serious care, hostilities will rise proportionately.Football is more mature as a professional sport and unsavoury conduct has undoubtedly been allowed to creep in. Even so, you don’t need to reflect on Nigel Owens’ one-liner to chippy Treviso scrum-half Tobias Botes in 2012 (“This is NOT soccer”) to realise parallels are appearing.Queensland Reds skipper James Horwill is making a habit of towering over referees and whining after marginal calls. At six foot seven, the Wallaby could be accused of intimidation if he didn’t look so much like a spoiled eight-year-old while doing it.“Like an eight-year-old”: James Horwill disagrees with a referee’s callFurthermore, as Clermont were being strangled by Saracens at Twickenham last Saturday, Morgan Parra bought a penalty from Owens by running away from the ball at a ruck and pretending he had tripped over Billy Vunipola.Gamesmanship is nothing new – All Black Andy Haden wrote himself into rugby legend by diving at a lineout in 1978 to beat Wales – but Parra’s action was strikingly similar to the Premier League play-acting that is so often derided in rugby circles.More transparency would be welcome. Having had the pleasure of interviewing the genial Luke Pearce back in October as he pored over an assessment document – a thing of vast detail listing every decision made and missed from the previous day’s clash between Saracens and Wasps – I can vouch for how assiduously RFU referees are reviewed. Maybe if punters knew about such protocol, slurs might ease. They have to somehow.The worst possible reaction is to ignore matters. It is all too easy to get smug and hide behind actions like Toby Flood’s on Saturday, when the Toulouse-bound fly-half told JP Doyle he had been held up over the line. An admirable deed, but would he have done the same if Leicester Tigers were not coasting at 28-3 up and the afternoon had already been delayed by umpteen TMO referrals? Even Flood cannot know for sure. The past week has subtly demonstrated a worrying rugby trend. To put it bluntly, two unconnected pieces of news exposed the horrible sense of self-entitled hypocrisy we must all guard against.Firstly, there was the Telegraph’s claim on April 28 that fans from different nations could be segregated at Rugby World Cup 2015, with opposing supporters seated separately in stadiums to improve atmosphere.The story’s sensational language – “this could end up destroying one of the sport’s greatest traditions” – had the desired effect. There was a tsunami of displeasure and over 4,000 online readers voted against the proposals in a poll. Tournament organisers swiftly denied any such plans.Four days later, Northampton Saints held Bath to a 19-all draw at The Rec. Except it wasn’t that simple. The final play merited a thorough report in itself.With the hosts pressing for a win to guarantee a play-off berth, Courtney Lawes charged after George Ford with characteristically rapid line-speed. Too late to effect a fair tackle, he pulled out – but not early enough to prevent a body-check on Ford.Also drawing attention: WigglesworthImmediately, touch judge Ashley Rowden’s flag flew out. Thinking there was a penalty advantage, Ford then aimed a drop-goal. It faded wide.Rowden consulted with referee Matthew Carley, saying he thought there had been an offence. However, he wanted the television match official to confirm his inkling – an extremely modern, frustrating process.Watching the big-screen replay calmly, Carley ruled that the collision between Lawes and Ford was accidental. He blew for full-time and, with Bath now needing to beat Harlequins to cement a semi spot, incensed sections of The Rec vented.Northampton lock Christian Day walked off alongside Carley and heard the spikiest barbs. He felt compelled to take to Twitter. “Don’t care if [the ref] got it right or wrong,” posted Day. “Doesn’t belong in rugby.”Herein lies an awkward irony. Less than a week after rugby supporters united in vehement reluctance to be treated like football followers and remain apart during games, a group of oval-ball fans stooped to soccer’s worst stereotype – abuse of officials.last_img read more

UTOPIA Fiber Announces Completion of $52.5 Million Funding Round

first_img Previous articleVirginia lawmakers vote to abolish the death penaltyNext articleGarland vows sharp focus on Capitol riot as attorney general Digital AIM Web Support Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Local NewsBusiness UTOPIA Fiber crews install fiber conduit in West Point, Utah. The network announced it had successfully closed on a $52.5 million round in February 2021. UTOPIA Fiber Announces Completion of $52.5 Million Funding Round WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter Facebook TAGS  Twitter Pinterest By Digital AIM Web Support – February 22, 2021 last_img read more

Judge to Bank of America: Hold Off Paying Investors in RMBS Settlement

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / Judge to Bank of America: Hold Off Paying Investors in RMBS Settlement Sign up for DS News Daily Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Previous: President: A Strong Economy is the Key to America’s Future Next: GSE Serious Delinquency Rate is Lowest Since Start of Conservatorships February 9, 2016 1,445 Views The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Scott Morgan is a multi-award-winning journalist and editor based out of Texas. During his 11 years as a newspaper journalist, he wrote more than 4,000 published pieces. He’s been recognized for his work since 2001, and his creative writing continues to win acclaim from readers and fellow writers alike. He is also a creative writing teacher and the author of several books, from short fiction to written works about writing. A New York judge last week signed an order to delay payouts to investors from Bank of America Corp’s $8.5 billion mortgage securities settlement because Bank of New York Mellon, the trustee in charge of the securities, was unsure how to split the proceeds among investors.Justice Saliann Scarpulla of New York state court in Manhattan signed an order to hold payouts to a group of mortgage-bond investors including BlackRock, MetLife, and Pacific Investment Management in escrow. The decision to disperse the money had been made just one week prior to last week’s delay order and is intended to give investors the chance to voice their opinions on how the funds should be dispersed.Scarpulla has set a March 4 deadline for investors to file papers.According to the order, BNY Mellon petitioned the court to delay the payouts until it could untangle competing interpretations of the methodology. Payouts were scheduled at the end of January to begin on Feb. 10 and will eventually go to 530 residential mortgage-backed securities trusts.BNY Mellon’s argument reportedly stems from a question of what each of the trusts should do with the money once received. The main question is whether the trusts should count the money it will receive from Bank of America as a decrease in the trust’s liabilities to investors, or as an increase in the trust’s assets. According to the filing, the order could lead to investors in less-secure investor classes receiving money that would otherwise be distributed to more senior investor classes.A group of 22 institutional investors negotiated the deal in June of 2011 to resolve claims that $174 billion of mortgage securities issued by the now-defunct Countrywide Financial Corp. (which Bank of America acquired in 2008) didn’t meet their promised quality. The petition was accepted in New York Court last April.The payouts, when made, are expected to be a huge relief for Bank of America, which has had to contend with $50 billion in bad money, most of it due to what it took on from Countrywide, since the recession. Judge to Bank of America: Hold Off Paying Investors in RMBS Settlement Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago  Print This Post in Daily Dose, Featured, Newscenter_img The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Tagged with: Bank of America BNY Mellon RMBS Settlements Related Articles About Author: Scott Morgan Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Bank of America BNY Mellon RMBS Settlements 2016-02-09 Scott Morgan Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Share Save Subscribelast_img read more

Minister Phil Hogan met by up to 150 protesters in Glenties

first_img WhatsApp Minister Phil Hogan met by up to 150 protesters in Glenties Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Pinterest News Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Facebook Google+ WhatsApp Google+center_img By News Highland – July 25, 2012 Twitter Twitter Pinterest Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Previous articleMan arrested in Derry in relation to RAAD operationNext articleMacGill : Hogan says he will cut number of councils and councillors News Highland The Environment Minister Phil Hogan has confirmed that the revenue commission will be responsible for collecting the new property tax when it comes in to force.Speaking at the Magill summer school this evening, he said the plan all along was for revenue to take over the tax – and he’s denied he’s passing on the charge for political expediency…..[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/17hoga1.mp3[/podcast]Meanwhile, Mr. Hogan was confronted by up to 150 protesters from the Cant Pay Wont Pay campaign who are refusing to pay the household charge.The Environment Minister refused to engage with the group, and used the back door of The Highlands Hotel in Glenties today.Cant Pay Wont Pay spokesperson Micheal Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig said that they were dissapointed that Minister Hogan wouldn’t speak to them……[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/mig530.mp3[/podcast] RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Breakdown Of Police – Public Relations And How Community Policing May Be A Solution

first_imgColumnsBreakdown Of Police – Public Relations And How Community Policing May Be A Solution Parikshit Goyal15 Jun 2020 1:28 AMShare This – xKilling of George Floyd by police officers of Minneapolis, USA has triggered massive world – wide protests. The question of racial inequality, without doubt, is the central narrative but what it has also laid bare is the callous attitude of police towards general public. A complete lack of apathy and use of brute force was in front of the whole world to witness. India is no stranger…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginKilling of George Floyd by police officers of Minneapolis, USA has triggered massive world – wide protests. The question of racial inequality, without doubt, is the central narrative but what it has also laid bare is the callous attitude of police towards general public. A complete lack of apathy and use of brute force was in front of the whole world to witness. India is no stranger to police brutalities. In the past few months, police has become much maligned due to their handling of anti-CAA protests, ensuing riots in Delhi and beating of marching migrants across India during Covid times. The distrust between public and police is growing at a time when the role of police is shifting from not just being a law enforcing agency to becoming a service provider and enabler. It is, therefore, important to look at police–public relations, the breakdown of trust and community policing as a solution. Indian police was designed by the British to serve their empire. The structure of police has remained largely unchanged even though the country became independent and most institutions have undergone massive transformation. With time, police – public relations have gained acceptance in law enforcement establishments. Theoretically, it can be understood as a process of establishing and maintaining mutual understanding and cooperation between police and public, through effective two – way communication. Practically, police cannot operate effectively without willing cooperation and support of the very public, whom it is entrusted to serve, defend and protect. Police often require citizen involvement, public participation and community relations for effective discharge of their duties, whether it is crime prevention, investigation, nabbing a dreaded criminal or controlling law and order situations during protests, bandhs, strikes etc. Growing distrust between police and public A first of its kind study on policing, conducted by Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) in 2019 revealed that the poor, marginalised, minorities and women tend to fear and feel alienated from the police. Men and upper classes reported greater contact with the police compared to women and the poor. More than half of the respondents felt that the police treated the rich better than the poor, a clear reflection of a feeling of discrimination. It was also found that there is a decrease in representation of SC/ST, OBCs and minorities in police force. In criminal cases, the poor were found to be twice more likely to be contacted for investigation by the police, as compared to the rich. Abuse of power further erodes the public’s trust in police. Fear of getting wrongfully arrested, beaten up and sexually harassed is common. These fears are based on the perception of police being discriminatory and oppressive in behaviour. This could be an underlying reason for reduced trust in police among the lower sections of society.[i] Efforts made so far Since independence, numerous committees and commissions have recognised the need to get rid of the colonial legacy and rebuild a police force equipped to meet the changing dynamics of Indian society. The Second Administrative Reforms Commission Report (2006) has noted that police – public relations are in an unsatisfactory state because people view the police as corrupt, inefficient, politically partisan and unresponsive. Second report of the National Police Commission (1980) recommended that the police should duly recognise, and be trained and equipped to perform the service – oriented role in providing relief to people in distress situations. The Supreme Court, in a landmark judgement ‘Prakash Singh & Ors vs Union of India’ (2006) issued seven – step guidelines aimed at systemic police reforms. Besides establishment of a Police Establishment Board, fixed tenure for DGPs, a State Security Commission, the Court also recommended constitution of Police Complaints Authorities (PCA) at state and district levels to inquire into allegations of serious misconduct and abuse of power by police personnel[ii] However, most of these directions remain largely ignored and eight states are yet to constitute PCAs. Community policing as a solution Community policing can be step towards improving the relations between police and public. Community policing is both a philosophy and an organisational strategy aimed at policing in active consultation, cooperation and partnership with community at large. It is based on the principle that the gap between police and citizens should be minimized to an extent that the policemen become an integrated part of the community they serve. It is aimed at a decentralised approach that involves community members and the local beat level constable. It is an essential model in order to foster harmony, trust and transparency between the police and public. Legislatively, the first effort in this direction was the Karnataka Village Defence Parties Act, 1964, which introduced the institution of ‘Dalpathi’ as the interface between the police and rural community.[iii] Many states followed with their own models of community policing. In Kerala, Janamaithri Suraksha project was introduced in 2008 to facilitate greater accessibility and closer interaction between police and local community. In Covid times, through this project, the policemen were able to reach out to large parts of community for monitoring, contact tracing, reaching out to senior citizens and creating health and hygiene awareness. The Meira Paibi (torch bearers) in Assam is a project through which the women help in improving law and order problem, especially drug abuse. They light their torches and go around their neighbourhood guarding the entry – exit points after sunset, to prevent their youth from wandering out. In Delhi, the Special Police Officers (SPOs) have acted as a bridge between the police and community since the 1980s. In some areas, Nagrik Suraksha Samitis were organised for local harmony. Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs), local traders group, thana level committees have actively participated with police for prevention of crime in their respective areas. Various other community policing models such as ‘Joint Patrolling Committees’ (Rajasthan), ‘Friends of Police’ (Tamil Nadu), ‘Community Policing Project’ (West Bengal), ‘Maithri’ (Andhra Pradesh) are also in place. Community policing assigns responsibility to individual participation. In covid times, active involvement of community can help the police in better discharge of their duties, which now clearly go beyond just crime prevention. However, caution needs to be exercised while expanding community policing efforts. It should not lead to vigilantism and mob justice. The experiment of ‘Salwa Judum’, which involved arming of local tribal youth to fight Naxals in Chhattisgarh should be kept in mind. In ‘Nalini Sundar & Ors vs State of Chhattisgarh’ (2011), the Supreme Court rightly ordered ceasing of the programme and held it to be violative of Article 14 and 21 of the Constitution.[iv] Police – public relations are a twofold process. At a time when police are at the frontline of fight with Covid, they also need the support and cooperation of public. Hundreds of policemen have contracted the virus, most of them are not equipped with PPE kits and are working odd hours. The barbarity in Punjab, where the hand of a policeman was chopped off is still fresh in mind. Going back to the backlash over killing of George Floyd, the city council of Minneapolis recently resolved to dismantle their entire police department and restructure it. While local city councils in India do not have that kind of power, there is a definite need for change in training of our police forces. From the time old law and order and crime centric approach, there has to be a shift towards service oriented, public themed approach that facilitates community policing and greater trust. Long pending police reforms need to be pushed and the police must transform from being a force into a public service. Views are personal only. [i] https://www.csds.in/status_of_policing_in_india_report_2019 [ii] https://indiankanoon.org/doc/1090328/ [iii] https://www.lawyerservices.in/Karnataka-Village-Defense-Parties-Act-1964 [iv] https://indiankanoon.org/doc/920448/ Next Storylast_img read more

P&H High Court Questions Punjab Govt Policy Allowing Regularization Of Unauthorized Constructions In Violation Of PAPR Act

first_imgNews UpdatesP&H High Court Questions Punjab Govt Policy Allowing Regularization Of Unauthorized Constructions In Violation Of PAPR Act LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK24 Feb 2021 9:45 PMShare This – xA division bench consisting of Justice Rajan Gupta and Justice Karamjit Singh took note of reqularisation of illegal colonies in violation of Punjab Apartment and Property Regulation Act (PAPRA), 1995. The matter was brought to the High Court’s notice through a petition was filed by Mohinder Pal Singh against the State of Punjab and other respondents for directions to the authorities…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginA division bench consisting of Justice Rajan Gupta and Justice Karamjit Singh took note of reqularisation of illegal colonies in violation of Punjab Apartment and Property Regulation Act (PAPRA), 1995. The matter was brought to the High Court’s notice through a petition was filed by Mohinder Pal Singh against the State of Punjab and other respondents for directions to the authorities to act in accordance with the provisions of PAPRA and to ensure that illegal colonies were not allowed to come up. In petition filed by the petitioner in the High Court, the petitioner has alleged that land adjoining to land owned by him was sold away in the shape of unauthorized colony by carving out 60 plots, despite the fact that PAPRA Act, 1995 is applicable and in force in entire State of Punjab. It is alleged by the petitioner that municipal area is witnessing haphazard development leading to mushrooming of unauthorized colonies which has been facilitated by the unholy nexus between Municipal officials, unauthorized estate agents and promoters and local politicians. Petitioner has further asserted that even local municipal council has resolved not to approve projects having less than 40-60 feet roads. The project seeking permission of municipal counsel is being sold to purchasers and Municipal Councils with close eyes without adhering to resolution are passing the site plans received from such purchasers resulting in mushrooming of unauthorized colonies. The petitioner has sought directions to State Authorities not to allow carving out colonies in violation of Punjab Apartment and Property Regulation Act, 1995. Taking note of petition, and plea of petitioner raised during arguments regarding reqularisation polices being issued by State Govt., Division Bench while passing the order asserted as under: “Whether the policy promulgated by State Government in the year 2018 under which number of persons have taken benefit is sustainable under the provisions of Punjab Apartment and Property Regulation Act, 1995. In such situation, a question would arise if such a policy is permitted to be notified from time to time would it not be advisable to repeal the Act known as Punjab Apartment and Property Regulation Act, 1995 as the policies defeat the purpose of the Act”. Seeking response of State on the basic objective of the Act which will stand defeated with regularization policies. The Bench also gave the state counsel the liberty to seek instructions from the Punjab Chief Secretary before assisting the court on the issue. The Punjab Apartment and Property Regulation Act, 1995 was enacted to regulate colonies, promotion of Construction, Sale, Transfer and Management of Apartments, Plots and Properties and to provide for registration of promoters and estate agents. Click here to read/download the order Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

Revealed: HSE change way hospital Covid cases are counted

first_imgIt’s emerged that the HSE has changed the way Covid cases are counted in hospitals. Questions had been asked over the sudden drop in cases at Letterkenny University Hospital last week, with 61 Covid patients being treated on site one day and then that dropping to the 23 the next.Now, it’s been revealed that the reason behind the dramatic decrease is down to the HSE only counting those who are in the infectious stage of the disease.The latest figures show that there currently 14 people with Covid-19 being treated at Letterkenny.General Manager of Letterkenny University Hospital Sean Murphy says the low figure may seem promising but the hospital is still under immense strain.Mr. Murphy is warning that while there are positive trends emerging, the number of people in ICU or on non-invasive ventilation is still significant:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/murphy1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Pinterest Revealed: HSE change way hospital Covid cases are counted Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Community Enhancement Programme open for applications By News Highland – February 18, 2021 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic AudioHomepage BannerNewscenter_img Pinterest Facebook Previous articleTUI encourage LC students to sit written exams in first instanceNext articleCouncil to receive over €1.2m for retrofitting social housing News Highland Google+ WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA last_img read more

Woman in her 30s dies in Dungloe Road Traffic Collision

first_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Facebook By News Highland – January 10, 2019 WhatsApp Community Enhancement Programme open for applications Twitter Previous articleEmergency services attend serious road traffic incident in DungloeNext articleDonegal taxi drivers to get suicide prevention training News Highland A woman in her 30s has died in a single vehicle road traffic incident in West Donegal.The collision occurred at Chapel Road, Dungloe at 6.30pm.The woman was fatally injured when she was struck by a car. A 6 year old girl was also injured and has been taken to Letterkenny University Hospital.The driver of the car was not injured.The area is sealed of to facilitate an examination of the scene by Garda Forensic Collision Investigators. Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Pinterestcenter_img Google+ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Homepage BannerNews Pinterest Woman in her 30s dies in Dungloe Road Traffic Collision WhatsApp Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Google+ Facebook Renewed calls for full-time Garda in Kilmacrennanlast_img read more

Merry Christmas with a sharp edge

first_img “I’ll take somebody over here” and the back of the line whipped over to the other checkout.The second woman paid for her mountain of items and then had to pay separately for 16 items she had picked up for her daughter who had just had a baby. “Her second. A girl.That makes two girls. They wanted a boy so bad. Her husband has three sisters and he wanted a boy but he won’t get one unless they adopt or he gets another wife. My daughter had her tubes tied. She doesn’t want any more children. She wants to go back to school and be a teacher. I don’t know why. Teachers have it rough….”She was still talking as she loaded her buggy and pushed it out of the store.“How are you?” the cashier asked. She shouldn’t have.“Well, I don’t usually complain but I’ve been waiting behind those two women for about 25 minutes.” The cashier nodded. “So, when y’all opened the second register, the clerk should have said, ‘Next in line!’ not ‘I’ll take somebody over here.’“Those folks in the back of the line have checked out, gone home and are eating supper and I’m still here in line. ‘Next in line’ that’s what you’re supposed to say. That’s waiting line etiquette.”Christmas Eve, I was in a slow-moving line at the grocery store as shoppers quizzed the clerk, “How’s your mama?” “What y’all doin’ for Christmas?” “You got your dinner cooked yet?”Oh, well. It was Christmas. What was a few minutes.Finally, the lady in front of me unloaded her buggy, one item at the time and artfully arranged the items on the conveyor belt. She stood, with her purse locked on her arm, and watched as the clerk rang up the items, “$73.69.”Only then, must the lady have realized that she was actually going to have to pay for her groceries. Seemingly irritated, she unlocked her purse from her arm, opened it and dived in after her billfold.She had money in several compartments and finally counted out three 20-dollar bills, a10 and three ones. Then she searched her purse for the change.“I just drop my change in the bottom of the purse,” she said and finally scratched up two quarters. “Now, I know I’ve got …” She rummaged around and found a dime and two nickels. “That’s too much. I’ve got some pennies in here somewhere. I don’t know… I like to give the right change. You like to get the right change don’t you?”The clerk shrugged.“Well, I don’t have but three pennies,” she said after removing everything from her purse. “Just take the nickel. Now, don’t I get a penny back? Tell your mama I asked about her.”I wanted to kick her in the buggy.The day after Christmas, I “drove through” to get breakfast. After a long wait getting to the pickup window, the friendly-impaired employee said, “Just pull up and I’ll bring out the right change.”“Why she had to “bring it out,” she didn’t say. I didn’t ask. I just pulled up. Five minutes later, she came to the car with the right change.“It will be about two minutes on your hash browns.”After five more minutes, she returned. “It’ll be a few more minutes on your bacon and cheese biscuit.“I thought I was waiting on hash browns?”She turned on her heels.Eight minutes later she returned with the bacon and cheese biscuit to eat with the cold potatoes.“I’ve been waiting 20 minutes now so I’m not ever pulling up again,” I told her. “From now on, I’ll sit at the window until my order’s ready.”I don’t know what she said as she walked away. But I don’t think it was “Merry Christmas.”Jaine Treadwell is features editor for The Messenger. She can be reached at [email protected] By The Penny Hoarder You Might Like Closing the book on 2009’s worst words As we close the book on 2009 –a stimulus filled year filled with bungled bailouts, botched health care reform, upended… read more Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Skip Print Article Published 12:00 am Saturday, January 2, 2010 Sponsored Content Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Acid Reflux (Watch Now)Healthy LifestyleIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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Here’s something else of yours!”Ten minutes later, the first to pay wrote a check and balanced her checkbook while the line grew longer and longer.At long last, the second woman’s order was “rung up” but “Ooooh, I forgot toothpaste” and she made a beeline across the store and came back with a tube of toothpaste, a can of hairspray and a stick of deodorant. “I got a couple of other things.”By this time the line had stretched to the back of the store so a second cashier appeared. By Jaine Treadwell Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… Usually, I’m not a highly agitated, mean gal. Usually.But, put me in a waiting line behind folks that don’t have the slightest notion about line etiquette and I turn into a real rascal.I can’t be proud of the way I acted on several occasions-in-waiting over the holidays. But sometimes folks just bring out the ugly in me. 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