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See Candidate Update on the Discussion page for disgusting facts about some candidates

 

 Great News: See the "News" page - click at left

  Downtown Corruption, A&P's Field of Nightmares (Commentary), Obamacare, City board fires at developers, 2012 Election Analysis, Impartial(?) City Committees, Health Violations, Media notTruthful, Good Ol' Boy's Plot, Fire Chief's "Train Wreck, "Hot Springs History," City Employees Ripped Off on "Commentary" Page 

More Info?  See "Discussions" and "News" Sections


    You just have to see these women taking Joe Bidenís advice on buying a shotgun - click below 

http://www.ijreview.com/2013/02/38482-humorous-women-take-Joe-bidens-buy-a-shotgun-advice/ 


 

 

Top-scoring "CRACKPOT" quote: "Tax corporations until they bring the jobs home" - Ron Swanson, Jr., Sentinel Record, July 11, 2011

Could it be, that is why those jobs left, Ron?

 

Honorable mention winner. Judy Ladd said,

"...the majority of us have no say in what we earn or receive for our labor."  Sounds like slavery, Judy.

 

Outrageous Quote of the Year (2012):

"..an example where socialism works. How about Bismark, Ark.? The Central Arkansas Telephone Cooperative.." - Steven Orr Manning

 

Outrageous (and Pompous) Quote of the Year (2011):

"I'm an Executive" - Pat McCabe

City Agenda Meeting - June 14, 2011

 

Outrageous Quote of the Year (2010):

"Continue the Progress, Re-elect Mike Bush"

Bush for Mayor - Campaign Ads, Signs

 

Outrageous Quote of the Year (2009): (Don't mess with King Arrison)

"We feel very confident that we will win before the trademark board. If we should lose that, we will continue to use the logo..." Steve Arrison

Sentinel Record - Friday September 4, 2009

 

Outrageous Quote of the Decade:

"I'd work for the devil himself, as long as he paid me on Friday and the check was good." Carroll Weatherford

See this quote and full article in the Arkansas Times by CLICKING HERE

 

 

The reason politicians try so hard to get re-elected is that they would 'hate' to have to make a living under the laws they've passed.

A fine is a tax for doing wrong.  A tax is a fine for doing well.

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What is "Going On" in the Hot Springs Area?

Click Photo at Left for an Important Message from Thomas Paine


We know some of what is going on in Hot Springs and you know some of of what is going on.  Together we can have a complete listing!  So tell us what you know and we'll publish it right here.  This website belongs to YOU, the citizens of the Hot Springs area.

Nothing you want to talk about is "off limits" but if we consider it as untrue, damaging or obscene, we do  reserve the right to edit or not publish it.  Don't worry because to date, it had to be really "off-the-wall" before we have not published anything.


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Please note that this site is constantly under construction.  Send your info and comments to us at editor@HotSpringTalk.com and we will post it as soon as possible.  The format and content is similar to that used on the http://www.HotSpringsTalk/Hot_Springs_Metro_org/ website.  That site will continue to exist but more as an archive of information relative to the Hot Springs Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA). It is because of your participation that we are now providing you with your own website for whatever you want to talk about.  Heck, that's why we named it HOT SPRINGS TALK.

  • This is the home page and you can go to the following pages for other information.
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    • News page - This is where relevant news of the area will be posted.  For older items, see http://www.HotSpringsTalk.com/Hot_Springs_Metro_org/
    • Links page - This page will provide links to other sites similar to ours and to relevant government sites.
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