15:53-- yesitsme: O geez, LT
15:54-- yesitsme: The big church pretty much got that covered.
15:54-- yesitsme: Except for swimming.
16:17-- Bill: Ha ha LT - makes me ready to bring back disco
16:19-- Bill: YIM - if I went to the big church earthquakes would rumble, lightening would flash and the roof would cave in. I was a baptist growing up but have reformed since my early dunking.
16:21-- Bill: But ... I might chance it if the church is like the YMCA in Rockwall. That place is nice, very reasonable on the fees. I wish it was easier to use the pool for laps but they do have water aerobics - I really liked it; it is just too far away
16:46-- Longtimer: Bring BACK? Disco still lives brother..
21:59-- yesitsme: I know that place... it is nice. I think that's where sonny learned to swim years ago.
14:02-- AveryRealtyGroup: We def could use a YMCA or rec center with pool. It would get way more use than a dog park and prob could make money. But far chance there. Yim some of use believe truly believe in separation of church and state and for good reason. Ardent religious fervor has lead to tragedy over And over in history. Even around here back in the day travesty happened because of ignorant self righteousness and half truths.
14:07-- AveryRealtyGroup: That one be a good new Forney motto. Guns, doughnuts, salons, and Jesus.
14:26-- Tex: Pfft religion? MAN has caused more tragedy upon itself by misrepresenting religious beliefs, don't blame religion, blame mankind, religion is fundamentally good at it's core it is man who twists and perverts it and bends it to serve his own needs. Humankind at it's core is evil just look around you everyday you will see more examples of evil than examples of kindness.
14:29-- Tex: Personally I'd rather have a more nature/bike trails and a frisbee golf course than a dog park or a city rec center with a pool that would be underused due to the fact most people who want to use a pool have one of their own...
15:28-- ranger1: There are pools in almost every neighborhood already
15:30-- ranger1: Adult rec leagues, and the ability to pay to have lights turned on a field at the park were all I suggested.
15:31-- ranger1: the park becomes useless after 5:30 in the winter
15:50-- yesitsme: @Avery; YMCA's are non-profit.
15:51-- yesitsme: Did you know that you there is a button to turn the lights on (at any time) at the Community Park basketball courts? Probably for the tennis courts too. For the fields...... ummm, good idea for winter.
15:55-- Xhale: The letters at Guns n Ammo are CYA
15:56-- yesitsme: o thanks! What's it stand for?
16:03-- ranger1: There is for the various courts, but the lights for the grass fields are only turned on for league games
16:17-- Xhale: Really?? yim
16:33-- yesitsme: whaaat? wut? .. Was it a joke? Like; I gotta gun, C Ya!
16:33-- yesitsme: or more like; YOU got a gun... C Ya!
16:34-- yesitsme: ok. geez I was dull.
16:36-- Xhale: Cover your A
16:36-- yesitsme: Oh. Hahahahah. Yea - dull.
16:38-- yesitsme: Did anyone notice we never got the light-pole Christmas decorations downtown?
16:38-- yesitsme: They usually are the first things up!
16:39-- yesitsme: Weather happened; but I'll look to see if they go up afterwards.
16:39-- yesitsme: Maybe they scrapped 'em.
16:41-- yesitsme: ... but all (most) of the shops and places look real nice. They had a contest.
16:41-- yesitsme: ... Are having ... a contest.
20:11-- Bill: Saw the Blu ray "White Christmas" last night and that was fun but
20:12-- Bill: mark you calendars for tomorrow night and the best Christmas Show of the season
20:16-- Bill: Tomorrow night those in Angel costumes will give the season a boost to the tunes of current artist including Taylor Swift - Angels on high - tomorrow on CBS