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October 8 - For the person who called in concerning Operation Medicine Drop and how to remove labe
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For the person who called in concerning Operation Medicine Drop ... and how to remove labels from the prescription bottles: it's not necessary to remove ... the labels from the ... prescription bottles. All that's needed is for the person to mark out their name and prescription number. ... That will take care of the confidentiality issue.

You want more jobs in the U.S.? ... Well, all we have to do is take 'em back from China. ... They're stealin' half of our jobs and manufacturing half of our products. We need to be tough on China like we should be ... instead of having them laughing at us for being so stupid.

China will make $350 billion from the U.S. this year. Unbelievable! And you don't hear our politicians talkin' about all the jobs goin' overseas. ... Our own politicians are sellin' us out to foreign countries. ... It's time we clean house.

Hello. This is to the lady at ... Dollar General on 301 yesterday around 4:30. ... God bless you. ... I saw what you did. You paid for the ... guy behind you, the elderly gentleman's ... food and left the change for him. And if you could've seen his face when the cashier told 'im ... it would've made every bit of difference in the world. You know, there are people ... good people left on the earth and you proved that yesterday. ... God bless you and I'm sure you have a special place in heaven.

... The best way to get rid of squirrels ... is to invite 'em to your church and make 'em a member. ... That way ... you won't quite get rid of 'em, but they'll ... only show up for ... dinners and special occasions. Thank you very much.

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