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March 30 - atred and oppression are abominations. Compassion, fellowship and generosity are godly.
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Hatred and oppression ... are abominations. Compassion, fellowship and generosity are godly. Remember the Second Commandment.

Within one fender-bender, 12 patrol cars surrounded me. I thought they were supposed to patrol, not sit together visiting. Officer One demanded how much I had to drink. Two, what pills I'd taken. Three wondered if I'd fallen asleep. Officer Four waited for me to explain what happened. One professional policeman out of four. Statesboro deserves far better.

This is to the nosy person ... who wants to know everybody's business. You need to sweep around your own door step. Have a nice day.

... Rocky Ford has a town council member that doesn't live in Rocky Ford. Regardless of the unfortunate reason for this, I think it is a violation of Georgia law.

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