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October 26 - This is to all politicians making the phone calls. If you call my house, you will not
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This is to all politicians making the phone calls. ... If you call my house, you will not be voted for. I have better things to do on a Saturday afternoon than listen to your ... garble on the phone of political ... mess.

Statesboro Blue Devil football ... tighten up on your pass defense and cut down on ya ... fumbles and you can ... play toe to toe with anybody in the state. ... Let's strap it on and ... start with Greenbrier for our playoff drive for the year. Go, Blue Devils! ... Go!

Okay, Statesboro ... Statesboro High Blue Devils ... you got a second chance. ... A'ight ... play ball! Quit playin' that junk! You're playin' on Friday night, so put your best efforts out there on the field! ... A'ight! ... Let's do right, coaches!

I'd like to say congratulations to Georgia Southern Eagles ... for ... playin' The Citadel and ... they laid us ... a big ... Eagle egg.

It's funny when you have ... so-called Christians puttin' on a ... front at church, but when they're not at church and things goin' on ... they're trash-mouths, usin' all the nasty language. ... Go figure! That's a Christian for you.

To the person that ... asked why the ... city council should answer to the ... TEA Party. ... Because they're citizens of this town ... and she's more racist than they are by ... sayin' that they not havin' any rights. ... We need to be more open-minded about everything ... instead of so closed.

Sidewalks, w-a-l-k-s, are for pedestrians. ... The road is for motorized vehicles and bicycles to share.

Before the November ... 2nd ... election, please explain in the Herald the pros and cons ... for the voting ... for or against the five proposed Constitutional amendments ... and the proposed statewide referendum.

Three times in a row now our city attorneys have recommended we pay an employee to go away. ... Maybe it would be cheaper ... if we paid our attorneys to go away? ... If litigation was recommended, our attorneys would actually have to do their job. ... What are the chances of that happening?

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