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November 1 - Teachers, the new standards should not make you feel like an unprofessional. ... Spread
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Teachers, the new standards should not make you feel like an unprofessional. ... Spreading rumors and gossip should make you feel that way. So stop.

... I ... I was passin' by a road ... Ponderosa Road Saturday night... about midnight and I saw this girl. ... She act like she was kinda drunk the way she was hollerin' and all out there. ... I was just wonderin' did she get hurt? ... The car was way down in a ditch and ... never did see a wrecker come by to pick it up and I was just wonderin' how she got out or where'd the car disappear to? ... Sure would like to know ... how you get out, get drunk ... get on these dirt roads and get by with anything. ... But I ... I'm concerned. I just wanted to know how ... how she's doing. Did she get hurt or anything? But I think the alcohol might've stopped the pain. ... Thank you.

... Can you imagine the hate and anger that would be spewing forth ... from MSNBC and CNN ... if the debacle in Libya had happened exactly as it did last month under a Republican president? ... I can. ... Their reporters would be slobbering all over their microphones. Thank you and have a nice day.

I love that the city of Statesboro is recognizing Breast Cancer ... Awareness Month by turning the fountain downtown pink. My children noticed it ... and brought it to my attention when we were driving by the other day. I think it's wonderful.

It really would be nice if the Republican Party headquarters could post their hours on the door instead of us just havin' to play ... catch up. ... I'm sure there's enough volunteers in Bulloch County that could man the station. Thanks.

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