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October 11 - I wish the police could hide in my garage and see the traffic on the first block of
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I wish the police could hide in my garage and see the traffic ... on the first block of Donaldson Street. I have also been to the public works ... several times to beg for a 25 mile an hour sign ... that says children playin'. There are two on the second block and not a child on that block. ... I hope that those children will be safe. ... Thank you.

To those who love to swipe that debit card and bank online, guess what? ... That's how hackers get into your account and it's happenin' all over Bulloch County. If you write checks and use cash, you don't have those problems.

Okay, so, I'm gonna tell you about the school issues today. ... They are so boring and lame and ... school is just not fun anymore. It's just so ... crazy. And the teachers and everybody else, they need to do better. Really ... really, really, need to do later. ... Alright? ... So, yeah, that's what I'm talkin' about. ... Talkin' about a lotta stuff. ... And I hope ... I just hope that y'all guys can fix it. Pretty much. Okay. Goodbye.

... After years of tryin' to stop prayin' in public schools by Christians ... the cowardly ACLU is coming out of the closet and supporting Muslim students prayin' in public schools. ... ACLU is nuthin' but one big hypocrite!

... Our gas prices in town are $3.2- ... $3.34 ... $3.34 a gallon. ... How come they're $3.24 in Savannah at the same brand of stations?

Over the last 20 years, money spent on public education has doubled. ... Yet, education has still declined. ... There's no learning. ... All these extras appear ... to be taking the place ... of clear concise instruction.

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