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January 19 - One of the best baseball players of modern time got banded from baseball for g
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        One of the best  … baseball players of modern time … got … banded from baseball for … gamblin'. But, it what'n't gamblin' that cost him. … It was his lyin' that cost him to be suspended … indefinite ban from baseball. Now it's time for the commissioner to ban … Mark McGwire from baseball for lyin' about his steroid use. Thank you.

       I am sick and tired of callin' that school bus garage and nuthin' but voice mails. With as many numbers as there are, people … that are supposed to be answerin' the phone. Why hasn't anybody ever answered the phone?

    Let's see if you'll print this one. Did John Barrow's office lie to me? I was told on a phone call to his D.C. office that unions would not be given any special tri … treatment under the health care bill. Now I hear on TV news that they won't hafta pay a 40 percent tax the rest of us will have to pay. Guess who's subsidizing union health care? If you don't like it, call your congressman's office … today.

        Could somebody who works at the drivers license place out on 301 North please clean the door … that leads into that buildin'? It's filthy. Please clean the door.

       Obama has selected a … number of qualified individuals for a wide-range of positions and the Republicans have blocked his nominations. If you want things to change, tell your Republican friends to stop playing their political games.

        I guess … the person who urges that our language is English and not Greek … also resents the fact that the original Bible was written in Hebrew, Greek and Aramaic. … Thank God for scholars who know this … and try to educate us.

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