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November 16 - How many instances at Georgia Southern does it take before you realize that you have a
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How many instances at Georgia Southern does it take before you realize that you have a serious problem? ... We have our kids at that school. ... You know ... the university, that s'posed to have it's, you know, own police department. ... And it doesn't seem like nuthin's workin'. ... So, either we keep our kids from enrollin' into the college or they make it more safe for our kids to be there at school. I don't hear of a lot of other colleges havin' this problem. ... Why is it Georgia Southern?

... This is for the caller in Tuesday paper about the welfare recipients. ... They're not gonna do nuthin' about the cases ... because it ... criticize. ... As long as the case worker have a job, they don't care how many people lives in a house.

... I think the FBI need to investigate some of the case workers at ... that does ... welfare and child support. ... For some reason, though, it seem like ... all the parents ... that are gettin' assistance from the government ... they're the ones that's doin' a lot of this income tax ... fake income taxes.

On October 18, 2011, at 1:15 a.m., Melissa Brookstone, a high-ranking TEA Party official, published on the TEA Party nation web site ... and ... a call for a strike of American small businesses against President Obama and calling on them not to hire anymore workers. ... Sorry, tea baggers. You can't hide from your own words. Facts are facts.

... I don't understand why Michael Jackson's doctor ... went to prison ... when O.J. Simpson ... got ... didn't ... go to jail for slaughterin' two people. ... That's a disgrace. This man ... was dealin' with a dope addict. Michael Jackson was a dope addict ... and this should not ... this is not right. ... And I'm a white person.

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