And it’s not only the bank incident that has dogged Barry since entering the race. Two newspapers published items on Barry’s thin voting record, which shows he has voted in the District only once, in 2012. His campaign missed the first campaign finance reporting deadline, filing a sloppy report three days late showing no significant fundraising and a $4,438 loan from the candidate.
Ham insists that this campaign is in keeping with their overall mission. We really on about the Bible and the Gospel. Now, we do have a specialty in the area of the creation account and Genesis because that where we say God word has come under attack.
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That the whole point. Gotham sucks, but it doesn deserve that. Just because Gotham is broken doesn mean all the people are. In fact, some of the fictional soap city’s denizens look exactly the same as they did when I first started watching this trash over 20 years ago. And one of the biggest joys of Y is its snail’s pace plot development you can miss the show for months on end and then pick up where you left off without missing a beat.So, imagine my horror when I caught a few minutes of Entertainment Tonight Canada last week and saw Don Diamont, who’s been a Y fixture for the past 23 years, announcing his departure from the show. To soap fans, Diamont is better known as Brad Carlton, the scantily clad Abbott family groundskeeper who managed to sleep, marry and claw his way to the upper executive ranks of both of the show’s rival cosmetic companies, Jabot and Newman Enterprises.