captain matt wrote:I love debating and smoking equally. Along with drinking and strippers they consitiute the 4 great joys in my life.
Rivaled only by my wife and daughter.
WCM wrote:Still, I don't see at all how this is a bad thing.
pbosak wrote:Damn Matt,
With that last quote, almost sounds like you're getting responsible. Say it isn't so. lol Good for you.
At least we can agree on the drinking and strippers as being great loves of our lives.
kindy52 wrote:UPDATE: 4-Alarm Apartment Complex Fire In Woodlawn
Posted By: Lynn Giroud
Photographed by: Tyson Thorp
Fire investigators say a cigarette thrown into mulch may have been what sparked a fast-moving fire that destroyed a Woodlawn apartment building.
The fire broke out at about 4 p.m. Tuesday at "The Commons" apartment complex on Springfield Pike.
It started outside in a mulch bed and quickly spread to bushes, then onto the apartment building.
More than 10 fire departments and 100 firefighters responded.
They arrived to find flames shooting from the roof of the three-story building.
Everyone was able to get out of the building. The only injury was a firefighter who injured his ankle.
There were 24 units in the two buildings involved in the fire.
All of those residents have to find new homes because the buildings were so damaged, they'll have to be torn down.
The Red Cross is providing hotel rooms and other assistance for the victims, some of whom lost everything.
Christina and Tim Begley, who have a six-month-old son, are counting their blessings.
Usually Christina would be home with the baby, but on Tuesday they were at the pediatrician's office when the fire broke out.
"We're on the third floor of the worst section, so I can't get my head around if we would've been in there," said Christina Begley.
"In the end, everything that gives our lives meaning and is important to us is right here, so that was salvaged," said Tom Begley, "and in the end, it's just stuff that we lost today" said Tom Begley.