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September 9 - This is to the person or persons stealing the air conditioning units from the local ch
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This is to the person or persons stealing the air conditioning units from the local churches in Bulloch County: God sees you and may He have mercy on your soul.

I do hope ... that the city of Statesboro gets their little market district downtown ... and maybe that'll free up some of the congestion ... the pedestrian traffic and all on the walkin' trail between ... Statesboro and Brooklet and the ... and the William Tell ... walkin' trail. Both of those are just so crowded you can't hardly get on 'em.

This is to the person callin' in about the museum ... showin' the buttons and the other ... war relics that were found in Millen. ... Obviously, you are an idiot. You have no idea of the work and toil that it took to find the ... remarkable find.

I ... I had the pleasure of meeting those guys at Metter High School, the two technicians, up close ... and they are some very well-mannered guys. ... They are very respected ... very respectable ... and they do a fantastic job. ... I mean, it's not easy makin' the whole school, just two kids, you know ... those two guys, you know. ... How they do it, I don't know. But I ... myself and my wife, we have seen them in action ... and they are efficient ... get the job done. ... Kudos to you all ... for finally gettin' your just due. ... I know you wish you had more help, but, unfortunately, you don't.

Just saw a news report ... of a ... top-paid executive in one school system who ... decided to give up ... his six-figure income for a $40,000 a year in salary ... and donate the rest to the school system ... if he could determine how it was spent. ... With all of the cuts going on in Bulloch County, what a novel idea.

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