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Not puppy love

I purchased a puppy also in December of 2007, and have just been told that the puppy has cataracts...WHen I was told... I called Puupy experience and told them , and then made an appointment in Manhattan with an eye doctor. After the appointment I wrote to them by e-mail... and they returned e-mail told me not to bother them ..,I should take it up in court.
Please check out my blog as it explains in more detail....
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Thank You" Oct 16, 08 9:42 PM

I purchased a puppy also in December of 2007, and have just been told that the puppy has cataracts...WHen I was told... I called Puppy experience and told them , and then made an appointment in Manhattan with an eye doctor. After the appointment I wrote to them by e-mail... and they returned the e-mail back to me telling me not to bother them ..,I should take it up in court.
Please check out my blog as it explains in more detail....
seeapuppy.blogspot.com

Thank You" Oct 16, 08 9:44 PM

Eyesores removed

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Thank You" Oct 22, 08 6:37 PM

Pet store owners respond to allegations

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seeapuppy.blogspot.com" Oct 22, 08 6:39 PM

Officials want to use Southampton Town's Community Preservation Fund to save Stony Brook Southampton

The closing of Southampton…from a business point is not short sighted. Many colleges across the Country are affected by the same financial crisis just as many other businesses or even Community Programs that rely on donations and our tax dollars . No one believed five years ago that we would be in the middle of a deep financial crisis across America, so the SUNY Board had no idea that this would in fact happen.

I agree that closing the college would be a travesty. If Stony Brook needs to save 6 Million a year to continue servicing the majority ,what can the South Fork do , if anything to raise the money so that the college stays? Can the alumni step in and help raise some of the money, can they take some of these professors that would work for free as someone suggested in their blog? Our times are different than five years ago, if we have some management in large coporations taking a dollar a year, why can’t they have professors teach for free.

Everything can’t be entirely the fault of the SUNY board, or the state. Unless the South Fork rallies not only in protest but also looks for some creative ways for funding, the college will close way before anyone wins in court. If you want that college to stay start with a large protest on Stony Brook’s main campus…Fight for the school to stay open!
This plan of purchasing it with the Community Preservation Fund is a good start!
" Apr 30, 10 1:48 AM

During our great depression ...the businesses that often survived were the ones that were illegal.
During hard times I do believe we all have to bend the rules for the common good for all.
To lose a college out on the east end would not be good for the North Fork either, or Riverhead and perhaps they could also share the Bond proposal .

As far as volunteers, to help run the college or professors that would teach a course or two for free , is up to each individual, but to not ask for help in this way would be rather obtuse. The community needs to chip in and role up their sleeves to find a viable solution to the college staying open.

As far as alumni coming to the aid of the school, I would like to think that the students that benefited from an education while it was called LIU could and would pick up the slack for donations , or even run a benefit of some sort , after all they know that they received a truly great education .
" Apr 30, 10 11:12 AM

One more idea at this point would be to look directly at Washington DC right now , and say there has to be money from some where that can be used to save the College.
A College that is dedicated to academic programs that focus on issues of ecological sustainability, Environmental Studies, Marine Sciences, Marine Biology, Ecosystems and Human Impact, Environmental Design, Policy and Planning and Sustainability Studies looks to me as being a necessity in our ever changing world.
After our government officials announced on Wednesday that BP’s oil leak from a well in the Gulf of Mexico might actually be gushing out at a rate five times of the initial estimated rate. This will be a great impact to the ecosystem if they can’t contain it.
This college and its academic programs are vital to our environment. ,for today and in the future.
" Apr 30, 10 11:47 AM

Pollution In Local Bays Tied To Residential Development

The real chilling part of all of this ,is the closing of Stony Brook Southampton.
Losing a school that studied the Ecosystems and Human Impact; Environmental Design, Policy, and Planning; Sustainability Studies; or Coastal Environmental Studies majors seems unimportant to the prevalence of people living on Long Island .This should be part of our future…and not part of the past… do to budget cuts.
" Apr 3, 11 2:26 AM