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Domestic violence shelter, homecoming ask for funds

February 13, 2013

PARKERSBURG — Wood County commissioners heard funding requests Monday from the Family Crisis Intervention Center and Parkersburg Homecoming....

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Geezer

Feb-13-13 2:15 PM

Do either of the ladies requesting funds have any relatives working at the shelter?

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janeeyre1

Feb-13-13 8:52 AM

Bad idea people. This shelter will enable more peole it will ever help!This money will be used for women who will go right back to their abusers when all is said and done!

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Mack76

Feb-13-13 8:40 AM

*empathetic, not empathic

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Mack76

Feb-13-13 8:39 AM

Oh my goodness... I'm actually floored you seem empathic to the FCIC's needs, as I would have expected you to make some ignorant comment about how those who suffer from domestic violence probably had it coming anyway, and services like that are a waste of time...because it would rank right up there with every other clueless comment you've made on this forum in the past. Which leads me to believe that the reason for your "empathy" now is just to be contrary regarding anything the commission does, simply because you don't like those who have been elected to it. I find your "empathy" and "concern" for the FCIC to be vapid, at best.

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