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October 3 - "To the person who prints the newspaper. Why does the newspaper have to be so long? ...
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To the person who prints the newspaper. Why does the newspaper have to be so long? ... When you read it, it is so aggravating to hold it. ... Why can't you change the size of the paper to 12 inches by 12 inches ... and it will look thicker ... than getting such a thin paper on the weekends? ... It makes perfect sense. Please think about changin' it for the customers who pay for it.

Hey, Statesboro ... wake up! ... If you're in line payin' for something ... and you're standing there text messaging ... while the clerk is trying to help you ... how rude! ... Grow up! ... Hey, clerks ... if it happens, back away and say I'm not gonna help you 'til you get ... through texting ... or on that cell phone. ... If ever'body would work together on this, it would make for a whole lot better way of doin' business. ... If they come through yo line ... and they're on the phone texting or callin' ... don't help 'em! ... That's way some ... cities and states are doin' it now.

... Will you please print this? ... Every time I go into Solomon Circle ... and the most street on Honeycutt Drive ... kids have basketball goals next to the road. They are playin' ... in the road like they playin' at the gym. ... Somebody's yo ... child is going to get hurt. Please have the police to patrol that street every afternoon and on weekend. They are playin' basketball in the road and won't move when you blow and give you a bird! Thank you.

"The author of "2016 -- Obama's America," Dinesh D'Souza, is known in the real world as a delusional, totally discredited crackpot ... serial liar and birther ... who's been pushing these bizarre and fact-free conspiracy theories for quite a while. ... The Swindle column, like the film, is pure hyperbole and nonsense ... with no real supporting evidence to back their ridiculous claims.

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