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September 19 - I wanna know why the Portal cops can't do anything about these people ridin' around
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... I wanna know why the Portal cops can't do anything about these people ridin' around with ... car lot tags on their cars for two years. ... They have Eagle Towing ... and Jenkins ... Car Lot and I know for a fact they been ridin' around for two years ... with these stickers. ... I mean, this a personal vehicles. ... Maybe they need to investigate ... the Portal police needs to investigate why come they can ... ride around ... with the car lot tags.

Real estate property values have dropped drastically. Have your property assessments dropped? The answer for most taxpayers is no. ... And across the board, percentage reductions should be mandated. ... This might enable us to pay all the new federal, state and local increases comin' our way. It's past time elected officials learned to live within their budgets.

I'm aggravated. ... It's aggravatin' that one of the largest ... cell phone companies in Statesboro. I tried to call 'em this mornin' my cell phone from the house phone. ... It says, 'We're sorry. All the circuits are busy'. But funny, if I didn't pay my bill, it wouldn't be gettin' no service. ... It's just kinda ... hypocritical there, isn't it?

Tech needs a backup quarterback.

This is in regards to the ... Soundoff caller that wanted to have phone numbers for such calls ... cause of ... of the nasty name-calling. That would be great. Then we could see what stupid looks like.

Please put the puzzle back in the TV Book. It's much more interestin' than 'Ask Consumer Ed'. Thank you.

Somebody correct me if I'm wrong, but the koron is spelled k-o-r-a-n, not q-u-r-a-n. ... That's pretty sad for the headlines to read somethin' and it be misspelled. ... If I'm wrong about the spelling, someone please correct me. Thank you.

To the person who drives the $30,000 vehicle, yet lives in the projects: you should have said poor planning. How about you jump off the Obama train and join the rest of us who pay taxes, work hard and try to provide better than government assistance for our families?

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