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February 23 - Do you know why they're called illegal aliens? It's because they're illegals, stupid!
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Do you know why they're called illegal aliens? It's because they're illegals, stupid!

... I was callin' to find out when ... White History Month is. Thank you so much. Bye-bye!

This is to the caller ... who put in the paper Tuesday about when does White History Month. White History Month is January, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. Thank you. Have a blessed day.

I've ran into somethin' very strange here in Statesboro. Maybe someone has the answer. ... I dial a 7-6-4 exchange and a male voice comes on - which is a recording - it says, '... We're sorry. The circuits are busy. This is only temporary. Please call ... make your call later.' Isn't that odd for Statesboro? ... Maybe somebody will reply.

Someone wrote Soundoff and wanted to know when was White ... History Month. ... You idiot, don't you know ... it's every month? It's always every month.

I have often listened to Glenn Beck. He mainly speaks misleading half-truths and also absolute lies. ... It is depressing to think that so many folk are brain-washed enough to think that he speaks truth. And by the way, if you want him to speak at GSU, you need to give him several hundred thousand dollars. ... Ayers was given a token $500. Have a great day.

This comment is for Jenny Anderson's article in Sunday's paper about the support of this community towards our youth that has events at the Averitt Center and other places around our community. If your children or grandchildren doesn't want to go, ask a less fortunate child or sponsor a parent and child. God bless you, Jenny, for plantin' a seed in my heart.

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