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August 9 - "To the person complainin' about the picture of kids coolin' off ... being in Louisville,
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To the person complainin' about the picture of kids coolin' off ... being in Louisville, Kentucky, and not here ... they're savin' money ... so they can reinstate the Monday paper ... to satisfy the person who called in complaining about that. ... Gee! You can't please everybody.

I saw a sign in a state park last week that said don't feed the animals. ... It will make them fat and lazy and they won't be able to fend for themselves. ... This sounds exactly what the Democratic Party is doin' to the poor.

I would just like to say how proud I am of Chick-fil-A for standin' up. ... Marriage is for man and woman only. ... Remember the Bible, Sodom and Gomorrah? I can say that every time that I come to ... Statesboro ... from Sylvania, I will eat at Chick-fil-A every single time. I love their food, but even more so because of their stance. Go, Chick-fil-A! Praise the Lord!

This is in reference to the article about the debate concernin' the upcoming sheriff's election. ...I am a 67-year-old Bulloch County native ... and a small business owner. ... And I can truthfully say ... that the only sheriff that has ever visit ... visited my home ... or my business has been Lynn Anderson. ... If I ever called out there and need to talk directly to him ... I left a message. He has always called me back. ... We elected him to help protect Bulloch County, not to talk. ... If you wanna hear somebody talk, turn on the TV ... listen to your president, 'cause that's all he does is talk and destroy this country from the inside. ... And, yes, I did feel safe when I went to sleep last night, Sheriff Anderson, you doin' a good job and thank you.


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