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November 27 - This call is for all the Auburn University supporters especially those in the cent
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Note: All comments published in Soundoff are the opinions of the anonymous callers and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Statesboro Herald. To leave your message of 30 seconds or less, call (912) 489-3733.

... This call is for all the Auburn University supporters ... especially those in the center of town around Vine Street. ... I think those flags should be flown upside down or ... even at half-mast. Upside down's a sign of distress and, well, you know, half-mast is a ... sign of mourning. ... Thanks and have a great day!

This is for the caller complaining about the Georgia Southern. ... I think we have a very fine police department out there. And it's not our police department. It's the students. We've got college kids ... with parents just send them off to college to do whatever. And they think they can party ... and make false police reports ... and ... half of it is not even true. So, you get your facts straight before you start downgrading our police department. We have a very fine police department. Thank you.

I'd like to say about the caller ... about the welfare recipients. ... There's a lot of 'em that have welfare, get food stamps. They're driving brand-new cars and they're pretty much all from the same race. Just as all the welfare case workers. ... It's funny some people can get help and some people can't, so. ... A white person goes in there and needs the help, they don't stand a chance. ... But the African race can go in there and they can get anything they want because you have ... very few white case workers. ... Thank you.

I just want to commend Applebee's for their salute to veterans on Veterans' Day. ... Providing them with a free meal. ... It was a very ... good outreach for the community. Thank you, Applebee's, and thank you, veterans. ... Bye!

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