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Sound off for Feb. 13
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Here are some of the issues that area residents are discussing. The statements were phoned in anonymously, so the Courier does not vouch for their veracity, nor do we know what motivated the callers:


This is to my new friend, who bought me the rose: I lost your number. You know where I work. I want to stay in touch.

In a recent blog titled “Vindictive Winner,” it sounds to me like she and her small group of supporters are vindictive losers. There are always two sides to every story.

Children are supposed to go to school to learn, not to vandalize the school. I feel it’s the parents’ responsibility to teach children right from wrong. Are the parents going to be held responsible for what their teens did? If so, it needs to be done. If not, something needs to be done about that.

Well, it’s tax time again, and you’ll see all these people go to H&R Block, Jackson-Hewitt to file these taxes, and they’re charging $300 or $400. You can go online and do them with TurboTax for $19.99. Come on, people.

I would like to say to the Coastal Courier: Why are you always putting Ludowici/Long County news on the front page? I don’t think it’s right — there are about four of five of us who will not be subscribing to that paper if you continue to put Long County on the front page.  Liberty County, Hinesville, Fort Stewart should be put on the front page.

Two, count ’em, two lousy Sound offs in Sunday’s paper. If your paper gets any thinner, I won’t be able to use it for toilet paper anymore.

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