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November 9 - The old school teachers from over there 'round Millen need to start teachin' their ch
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The old school teachers from over there 'round Millen ... need to start teachin' their children ... to be respectful. Not goin' into ... restaurants ... spreadin' ice all over the floor ... then ... talkin' 'bout ... 'That's their job back there. Let them clean it up.' ... It's not ... the principle of who supposed to clean it up. It's the principle of goin' into people's restaurant not doin' those nasty things. ... You ... you do ... do you do them nasty things at home? ... Well, the school teachers need to start teachin' these ... kids ... do the same thing in somebody else's ... kitchen as you would do in your own kitchen. ... Would you let 'im do it at home? No, you wouldn't let 'im do it at home. You'd make 'im clean up his mess.

This is for the people that live on Savannah Avenue ... that have the dogs that bark all night long. They are keeping us awake. ... We need our rest. Please do something. Thank you.

To the person who spouted off about the TEA Party urging people not to hire people ... first, where did you get your information? ... And second, I guess the so-called Wall Street protesters are sane. ... Ha-ha!

You know, I was at the ... mall for trick or treatin' ... the other day. ... You know, it's a shame to be prejudice towards children. ... When ... there was children that was ... goin' up towards certain stores ... they claim they was out of candy. But, yet, I was standin' up lookin' at them ... drop candy in ... white children bags. ... It's a shame. ... People need to wake up. ... And come together as one. Y'all all ... that's prejudiced have a good day. ... Bye!

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