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April 22 - This is to the ... nasty man ... that crop-dusted me and my little girl in Harvey's near
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This is to the ... nasty man ... that crop-dusted me and my little girl in Harvey's near the bananas. ... Yes, you're sooo funny! Just wanted you to know ... she gagged and threw up ... and it wasn't funny ... and you need to grow up. ... Good mornin'!

I agree with Mrs. Romney. ... Raising five boys is very difficult. And it's especially frustrating when you're late for school and the car is stuck in the elevator.

Heads-up to all you pill-crushing meth heads. ... I have a list of names I'm about to turn in to the Bulloch County Drug Suppression Team. ... Just remember: where there's smoke, there's fire.

Just read the article ... that Holli wrote on Church of nature. ... I couldn't have said it better. ... I'm not ... an active outdoor person, but if you looked at nature, there's no way ... you can deny there is a God. ... Whether ... it's ... your religion or not ... there's no way to explain it. ... God bless you ... Holli.

I have nuthin' but praise for Mr. Tom McElwee. ... If more people thought the way he does, our country wouldn't be in the mess that it's in today. Thank you.

It takes a real idiot to call into Soundoff and make idiotic comments as the person did in the Friday, the 13th's edition. ... The congress is controlled by a Republican majority, so the justices were comin' down ... on Republicans, not Democrats. ... By the way, the so-called Obama care was first introduced by Republicans while thief President Bush was in office. ...If you wondering why I called in ... him a thief, I think back to Florida when he ... was first made president by his thievin' brother, Jeb Bush, in the Florida election.

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