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Orchids and Onions: Tuesday, September 25, 2018

September 25, 2018

Another beautiful day in Havasu...

Orchids to Armor Fence and Masonry. They were the only company that answered the phone. Within two days, an appraiser came; within three weeks sent wall repairer. Great company to deal with; they do great work.

Onions to our corporate office for changing. We miss our handsome bearded tech from Havasu Pest Control.

Orchids to keeping kids off soda, but please do research before commenting. Carbonation comes from carbon dioxide, the same stuff you breathe out of your lungs. It is not a carcinogen. Sugar, synthetic sweeteners and caffeine are the culprits in making these drinks unhealthy and addictive.

Orchids to the group at the car wash Thursday morning. One was 72, two were 82 and one was 92 getting cars cleaned and enjoying the day, birthdays for some. A pleasant time. Just Havasu folks!

Orchids to the onions for reporting barking dogs. Is the sound of dogs barking endlessly soothing to your ears? Step up Havasu; hold people responsible. Just like code violators, keep calling until something is done about it. No action? Everyone works for someone. Call their boss.

Orchids to our new “young” city leaders. Perhaps now we can focus on important community issues like public transportation and affordable housing. Pam

Onions to BLM for any trail closure and a worthless web site. No comments can be given. Arizona should take all land within this state and self-manage. “We’re the government and we’re here to help.” Ask Native Americans; what a line of crap.

Onions to barking collars malfunctioning. The collar was in use, measures taken to curb dog barking. Still, neighbor (?) needed to call police. Collar stopped working while at work; had no idea. Where is consideration for your neighbor by just talking to them?

Orchids to Mark and the crew at Just 4 Fun Power Sports! Great people and outstanding customer service. We love, love, love our new boat! R and S

Onions to the onion about carbonated beverages. The drinks include carbon dioxide dissolved in water. This gas creates bubbles and fizzing in the liquid. Carbonation occurs naturally underground or artificially through pressurizing. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is made of one carbon atom and two oxygen atoms. Beverages are artificially carbonated when carbon dioxide is dissolved into the liquid under high pressure.

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