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Sound off for Oct. 4

POSTED: October 4, 2017 12:00 p.m.

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“Our last president pardoned people who were already in jail. This president pardoned one that wasn’t even in jail yet and the news media is all in an uproar about that.”

“Sheriff Sikes needs to give Keith Jenkins something to do. He’s always at city hall.”

“I’m not a Bradwell fan, but their football team, defense Number 86 has the ability to play in the NFL. He’s great. Please channel that boy in the right direction.”

“I want to give a shout out to Liberty JROTC for the game Friday night. Just to let you know, I’ve been retired eight years now but still know that you don’t take the flag down four minutes before the game is over. That’s a no-no.”

“They just unveiled a statue in Atlanta. They need to take it down and destroy it, like they are with all the other ones.”

“Could somebody please find out who the two original founders of the Riceboro Ricefest are?”

“Just wondering where the boys football team gets so much money that they can take all the players to dinner at Longhorn Steakhouse. Wow. Girls get cheated.”

“It’s sad when you spend approximately eight hours per day at work and hate it. It’s not the first time this has happened at LRMC. No morale from employees should cause the hospital authority to wake up and investigate.”

“Thank you, Mr. Jones for sticking your neck out there for us. Please be careful. That’s a sneaky, tricky group at the city hall of Midway.”

“Local government wants a fire tax to help pay volunteer firefighters. For they should only tax those property owners whose property are fire hazards such as fire fuel on the ground like dried leaves and downed dead trees, and buildings that don’t meet the fire codes on their property.”

“I agree with the caller that said Chick-fil-A should be open on Sunday. It really isn’t fair to the community to deny service on that day.”

“Chief Satterfield, the citizens of Walthourville miss you! We know you did the best job you could and we know the mayor ran you off, be glad you left before she started to harass you like she does Chief Quarterman. It’s a pattern with her, she always after someone.”

“That city council is about a bunch of uneducated people. One in particular is nothing but mouth, always has been and always will be. People actually bring her to pray, please. She plays more numbers than the law allow. Please vote her out of there, she will not be missed.”

“Obviously the person who thinks seeing tattoos is OK in a professional and public setting must work at Walmart. Why should you walk into a school setting and see teachers tattoo on her breast, down her arms, legs and back? If you call that professional then obviously you are not a professional. It has nothing to do with past or present, it has to do with respect for your profession.”

“For lately I have been hearing that Fort Gordon Georgia and Fort Stewart maybe come a joint base by the BRAC and that all 3rd ID soldiers and their family’s will be relocated to Fort Gordon and that more of Fort Stewart will become a training area and that all non-divisional soldiers and their family’s will stay at Fort Stewart. What do you hear on this subject?”

“Commissioner Frasier recognized one county employee who attends his church for doing his job during Irma. Sad. Attention seeking political plays like this divide us. Shame on you commissioner. Everyone did a fantastic job.”

“I think it is respectful to have the United States flag on your T-shirt. But, on your shorts, that’s disrespectful.”

“It is not important what color the teacher is that was hired. It is important the competency the teacher has.”

“Now that the electric company and the phone company have abandoned Hinesville how are old folks like us without computers supposed keep up with services?”

“For we have a landlord that must go to the local bars to get people to work for her. Because no work gets done because her hired help comes to work drunk.”


2 comments
r2d20: Posted: October 4, 2017 1:36 p.m.

“I agree with the caller that said Chick-fil-A should be open on Sunday. It really isn’t fair to the community to deny service on that day.”
I am sure the employees of Chick-fil-A do not agree.


LCarol: Posted: October 5, 2017 2:19 a.m.

A business has the right to give there employees at least a day off and it being a Christian organization they believe that Sunday is the day of the Lord and for family. Sundays is church time with church family and also eating a meal at home with ones own family and having quality time with family members. So if you don't, start going to church then go back home and prepare a meal for your family, sit down and enjoy it and time spent together. Otherwise go to some other places who are open and willing to feed you. Where did you go eat before Chick-fil-la came to town?



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