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Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.



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"To play it safe is not to play."

Added: January 9, 2018 11:59:45 AM
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First it’s about time the people who got their jobs through political connections or being buddies with Little or Schafer finally have to pick up their fair share of their own insurance. I don’t feel sorry for them one bit. If I understood right not only did they get free insurance but their families did too. So I’m not upset the county cut the policy back to save money. It’s too bad the employees didn’t step up and offer to pay their fair share.

Second a county employee went to get his last cancer treatment and was turned away. Fruck KDH. I hope he county never has a policy that includes them. Scottsburg ain’t that far folks and there is alsways the urgent medicine over by Kroger and the Farm store .


Added: January 7, 2018 05:36:41 PM
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I would like everyone to know that when I worked in the kitchen at the Waters of Clifty Falls nursing home, I attempted to call in sick due to diarrhea and vomiting. Management attempted to wheedle me into working, and I refused. They then attempted to say that I could take the day off if I was successful in finding another kitchen employee to come in my place, and gave me the numbers of several workers to call. They of course would not answer, as it was their day off. I told the Waters management that I had no substitute and would not come in, either. I suppose management either had to get their hands dirty, or else let the kitchen run short. Point is, management thought it was better to let someone with vomiting and diarrhea handle food rather than jump in to take up the slack. And this attitude with the sick food handler serving the most vulnerable of the population--the elderly and infirm.

Added: January 7, 2018 02:26:06 AM
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I hate you feel that way “I’ll Bite”

In fact Dominic did not actually have it handed to him...none of them have. They all have to work hard and get an education to get where they are. Now does that mean you or I would have that same opportunity per say, but come on...what would you expect from a family business? I mean at the end of the day...if I own a family business and want to name my kids to any position, I don’t see the problem with that. As for how he lives uppity? What are your goals? I’m striving everyday to achieve more and grow my financial worth for my family and to be the best I can be! I mean that’s not the only goals I have, but I can say that I am envious not jealous of success! I personally know several of the Grote’s and can tell you as a “poor guy” living check to check busting my rear Monday thru Friday I can honestly tell you they are as personable and as good as a friend as you could ask for! They are extremely approachable and down to earth. I don’t work for them, but would have no problem to and I am really shocked of this claim. I can honestly say that if you are harboring some ill feelings you should personally approach that Grote and talk to them. I would be delighted to be present and see them treat you like a second class member of society! Won’t happen! Try not be vague about our feelings...own them and share them if you feel it! I can’t stand the fake names and then point fingers at a real people in our community! I am a firm believer if you have that feeling towards them and you get on here, state your name and blast your person with facts! Not trying to pick a fight, but just disgusted by people constantly slinging mud at good people. They are not perfect I’m sure...but far from the description people try to express on this site!


Added: January 6, 2018 05:30:12 PM
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Dominic got everything handed to him and now lives his uppity lifestyle- looking down upon us poor folk, you know, the ones that work for him.

Added: January 6, 2018 04:01:49 PM
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“How it’s Played in Madison”

Do you know Dominic Grote?
I mean other than his position in the community?
Be completely honest...has he hurt you or a family member directly in anyway? There are so many people in this community that I know directly hurt people and lack character and I know for a fact Dominic is not one of those guys. So just curious if you want to come clean as to why you feel you should attack him personally? I would be very interested to know what he has done to you specifically?


Added: January 6, 2018 03:10:10 PM
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Apparently the insurance committee for the county employees do not understand Jefferson County politics.
If they want KDH to honor their insurance carrier, they have to get the backing of the so-called industry leaders and owners of KDH. How do they do that? Invite Dominic Grote, "the" industry leader and Leslie Grote, "the" owner of KDH to their next meeting. Of course, neither would go, but they would both send a surrogate (Courtney). The price to get KDH to honor the insurance program? "Well, I don't know but a good starting point would be for the county to give $80,000 year (plus back years and legal costs) to JCIDC"
Problem solved. :D


Added: January 6, 2018 12:12:31 PM
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I will not give my real name tonight for a few reasons, but want to make sure and share a thing or two!

Went to support the Southwestern Rebels tonight over at Trimble Co HS and wow was that something special! Overall the game was poorly officiated and both teams were getting chippy with each other. There was a flagrant foul called on Trimble and could have been a couple more. I’m very proud of the kids for keeping their cool because I have seen times when they don’t. The cards were against them tonight and the better BASKETBALL TEAM prevailed. Nothing really disgusting with either team happened and I watched closely as both teams shook hands afterwards...that all went well. The big issue was for the three punk kids that stalked the Southwestern locker room and waited to make very ignorant and inappropriate comments to players as they exited and even threatened parents and said they were planning to spit on our players! Terrible feeling to have your kids escorted out by two very quick and great County Officers! My hats off to the guys in Brown for helping getting the team out of there safely. As for the three punks...grow up! Your parents surely raised you better then that...if not...break the mold! Tonight you were trash and left a terrible taste in our mouth for your whole school and that’s really not fair! If only I could be your parents for a day! If any of you know these three ****heads hopefully you can let their parents know how ignorant they were tonight!

Any way....Go rebels!!!

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Added: January 5, 2018 11:38:26 PM
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Denton-Floyd is the same developer that is working on the old Tack Factory

The historic Masonic Temple in downtown Jeffersonville will be saved thanks to the tenacious work of many people! Jeffersonville Main Street is thrilled that this wonderful building in Jeffersonville's downtown/Main Street district will be here for future generations! Hats off to Denton-Floyd Real Estate for investing in the preservation of this Arthur Loomis-designed treasure that was once on Indiana Landmarks Foundation's list of most endangered buildings in the state. The deal to save the building was announced this week by building owner Chris Nolan of Pinnacle Properties, Mayor Mike Moore of the City of Jeffersonville's Redevelopment Commission, and Brandon Denton of Denton-Floyd Real Estate.


Added: January 5, 2018 12:45:46 PM
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Eat more fruits and vegetables.

Added: January 5, 2018 09:52:21 AM
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