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Endless Love Or Endless Gall?

June 22, 2013

To The Reader’s Forum: Regarding the article that appeared in the June 21 issue of The Post-Journal about the opening of Endless Love....

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carlaw

Jun-22-13 2:53 AM

The business won't last very long. The same garbage is on the net and all over the place for free or easy access.

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overburdened

Jun-22-13 3:24 AM

It was my understanding she was allowed to open her store, and then the facility decided not to allow her to move in. So is it gall to go ahead and move somewhere else, while the village was issuing a moritorium? Two sides to how we view every story. Bottom line , who cares. Have we not turned down enough, with Lowes and other business's in Ellicott that would have brought in tax revenue? People who want to shop her store will, those who don;t, won;t. So who cares?

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Brianmel

Jun-22-13 5:03 AM

Good for her, sounds like a great store to me, Maybe another will later on.

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imfedup

Jun-22-13 6:32 AM

Same garbage? Come on!! These postings and those previously on the original article make me laugh, or is it sadness. Love is beautiful; love is both physical and mental. The Lord made it so love can be pleasurable; again, both physical and mental. I really feel sorry for those individuals with the negative postings. Leave the lady and her business alone and let her express her views and allow her to do what she wants that our Nation defends as long as it is legal This is America!

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carlaw

Jun-22-13 7:46 AM

She is free to do as she pleases and I am free to call it garbage. You are free to ridicule other bloggers with a different opinion. Isn't it a great country!

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samaritan111

Jun-22-13 7:51 AM

Where do we get that freedom? Who has set us free? All one needs to do is read some of these posts and realize that there are many suffering in bondage. There is a way to be set free yet there seems to be a lack of effort to spread that Way by those who are aware of it.

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Jamestownite

Jun-22-13 7:56 AM

Poor Carlaw. Wee bit jealous are we?

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Jamestownite

Jun-22-13 8:01 AM

What I find "garbage" is that within 24 hours of the original article someone has the gall to write in and get their letter published on some little minor item she feels is a mishap, however some of us who have written on more serious issues takes forever to get published. Worse yet, an adult store can't be that serious, Reverend McGillis and Pastor Short haven't written in against it telling us how wrong they are.

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Jamestownite

Jun-22-13 8:03 AM

It isn't garbage either Carlaw. It's someone that's WORKING, not on WELFARE, and probably does employ one or two people.

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CREDENCE

Jun-22-13 8:32 AM

Another potty in potterville

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duckster

Jun-22-13 10:11 AM

and why is this an issue?

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Howard

Jun-22-13 12:08 PM

Beth, you speculate that the store owner will not live up to her promises with absolutely nothing to back it up, yet say nothing about how the village has acted extremely irresponsible by granting her the right to open and then pulling the rug from under her just because she had to change locations and they changed their mind. This store absolutely deserves to remain open or she should sue for expenses as she incurred many expenses after she was granted the license to open. If they have to this 6 month circus then she needs to be grandfathered in. I agree with you 100%, duckster, this should not be an issue at all.

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ironyoozesfromyouryap

Jun-22-13 4:52 PM

"Worse yet, an adult store can't be that serious, Reverend McGillis and Pastor Short haven't written in against it telling us how wrong they are."

Reverend Mel has more pressing political concerns.

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Overdrive

Jun-22-13 7:01 PM

Trying to chase another business out of Chautauqua County because it doesn't meet the true criteria: if that kind of business wasn't here in 1955, we can't have it now. So disappointing Lakewood...

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