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Soundoff 11/19

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    "Why've people stopped using their turn signals? I don't understand the inability to flip the turn indicator on as a common courtesy to fellow drivers, safety issues notwithstanding. We no longer have to roll down the window and throw our arm out into a position to notify each other of our intentions. Use your blinkers!"
    "To the … minimum wage protester. … First place, I don't know of anyone in organized labor that makes minimum wage. And also, if you have a job that pays more than minimum wage, you have health insurance, a retirement plan, thank organized labor for their continuous effort to maintain these things for their members. It trickles down to you also. From a local union, 709 Ironworks. Have a good day."
    "Let's see: the river keepers are suing the government because the government will not tell private citizens what they may do with their trees. This is precisely the kind of lunacy that has caused me never to support an environmental group."
    "'Facing the Giants' is a great movie. Although I know nothin' about football, I thoroughly enjoyed the movie. I recommend it to everybody."
    "Max Burns and Mac Collins and their staffs need to learn a valuable lesson about the gracious acceptance of defeat in a close race from their fellow Republican in Virginia, Senator Allen. One must finally accept facts. And why not do it with grace?"
    "I don't know why anyone thinks the terrorists are laughing now when they've been in hysterics for the last six years."
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