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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Structure Fire Reported On Oak Street In Coudersport

Structure Fire In Coudersport
At 10:55 AM on Thursday, Coudersport Dept. 48 is responding to a reported structure fire at 504 East Oak Street in Coudersport Boro, the Costa residence. Smoke is reported showing.


Anonymous said...

Looks like it is not a major event. Just called a neighbor there. If the CVFD needs them they can get some fire retardent dildine deflectors across the street at Domelaskis place.

Anonymous said...

In my opinon, the "F" word is no worse then using the "D" word.

Solomon's words for the wise said...

It better be a worthwhile comment with the F word in it or your entire comment will be deleted. Unfortunately, someone who has absolutely no knowledge of the meaning of the D word, has posted a completely erroneous definition of the D word on Urban Dictionary. Someone should make them take it off of that site, as it casts a slanderous attack on the meaning of the word.

Anonymous said...

And not to mention that NONE of this has ANYTHING to do with the fire call in Coudy! Anymore word on this incident?

Anonymous said...

I agree with Jim on the Urban Dictionary distortion. Just some innocent Potter County fun and somebody tries to deflate it with that nonsense. Those deflectors are not fire retardent, but rather fire resistent. Big difference. Fire was a minor issue. Home, people and property are all fine. Lighten up, will ya?

Anonymous said...

Perhaps all should refrain from using such a derisory term. The mere mention of the word makes me feel like I'm back in high school.

It's quite obvious that most posts employing this term are sarcastic in nature at best, and it's use conveys childishness in my opinion.

It has however made it somewhat easier to skim over the comments when deciphering real posts from nonsensical ones.

There are real people with that last name. Maybe we could show them some respect.

Anonymous said...

I really respect them in a way that borders on envy. And as the years roll by and having beaten cancer I rather enjoy a feeling of being back in high school. Is your name Ebenezer Scrooge? Now he was a REAL dildine but even old Eb mellowed out.

Anonymous said...

"Perhaps all should refrain from using such a derisory term. The mere mention of the word makes me feel like I'm back in high school."

Almost all the comments posted on this site make me feel like I am back in high school. This is a really good site, let's not ruin it by childish comments and petty arguments.

Anonymous said...

Maybe someone with actual knowledge of the word should post a correct definition? I would do it but I have no idea what it means.

"Someone should make them take it off of that site"

Good luck with that. Have you read some of the things on that site? There are 53 pages of competing definitions of the N word.

How about this:
Dildine: Someone who believes in freedom of speech but draws the line at an offensive definition of dildine.

Anonymous said...

hello....isn't this fire insignificant at this point...unless I misunderstood and this article is about some lame expression, dildine? If so why not retitle this article, Dildine,the word that can't be defined.