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October 4 - Brooklet Police Department, could you please, in the mornin', when the kids are goin' to
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Brooklet Police Department, could you please, in the mornin', when the kids are goin' to school, be at ... Clyde's or be around Clyde's, and Ken's? ... There's a lotta log trucks that's ... are speedin' by the road. And these kids have to cross ... that road to be able to get to school. ... That would help slow down the traffic. We don't need a fatality ... in Brooklet.

To the genius ... talkin' about the Republicans makin' the economy so bad, they can defeat Obama. ... The Republicans need not do anything on that score. ... He's doin' a fine job of defeating himself. ... Oh, and by the way, how's he doin' in the polls right now? About 38 percent?

... It duhn't take a rocket scientist to figure out you need a yield arrow ... on the red light ... on 67 at Burkhalter and Harville. ... I mean, come on, people! ... The traffic there. I mean, goin' both ways. Please! ... You know, make it a little bit lighter on us who pay ... your salaries, the taxpayers. Thank you.

A ban on the death penalty. ... I say put a express lane in. ... Plain and simple. If you don't wanna die, don't kill nobody. ... If you act like a animal, you die like a animal.

Shame on the person who stole William Candler's ... blue bicycle. ... That was his own mode of transportation. He does not have a car.

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