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originally posted by: tiredoflooking
a reply to: ketsuko
I just saw Israel on CNN saying the letter is "politically motivated" and of course he won't resign. Even CNN is reporting local parents want him out and not for political reasons.
originally posted by: tigertatzen
a reply to: MountainLaurel
That's it, right there. We're learning and discovering and it is the connections that are being made through team effort that matter most. Division has been the problem...working together will solve it. Q has brought people together, toward a common goal. I don't care who he is...what he's doing is getting results that we badly need.
They stoped PG dead in it tracks. They can stop Q too. We really should be asking why Q has not been stopped.
originally posted by: Greenanon
a reply to: tigertatzen
The people want a democratically elected official to resign for dereliction of duty and he won’t?
Sounds like a Clinton crony from DWS turf.
originally posted by: fiverx313
okay... so... what are the results then? what have you guys done because of this motivation? what's been accomplished, or what do you think you're going to accomplish?
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee’s death early Tuesday morning after suffering an apparent heart attack echoes a family history of heart disease: His father died of a heart attack at age 49 in Seattle, where Lee was born and raised.
Fifty years later, Lee collapsed in a Safeway store late Monday night, likely from the same disease; he was rushed to Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, where he died at 1:11 a.m. Tuesday. Autopsy results are pending.
But in the U.S., experts say, most people in his situation who suddenly collapse and die — 95 percent of them outside of a hospital — are written off as heart attacks.
Yet if an ongoing UC San Francisco study of 900 such “heart attack deaths’’ in San Francisco is any indication, that’s not the case — by a long shot.
“Not surprisingly, only about half the time are they actually heart attacks,’’ said UCSF electrophysiologist Dr. Zian Tseng of his research with Dr. Ellen Moffatt, San Francisco’s assistant medical examiner.
originally posted by: dashen
a reply to: Skyfloating
we might not even be here after all.