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Sound off for Jan. 9
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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:

I wish the robber that robbed the Walthourville business would call Sound off and tell how satan is helping him rob and helping him make his getaways.

To the caller who said I need to have home security to protect my costly items from burglary: Can you remember the eighth commandment? “Thou shall not steal.”

I have a new friend, and it was so much fun surprising her with a rose the very first time I met her.

You don’t want to hear about God? Well, God made you. God gave the seed to your parents, and they grew you and raised you. But judgment day is coming, and you’re going to suffer then. Sorry.

Mr. Parker, do the right thing: Put the higher gas price on the top of your sign so the tourists know what they will be paying. The Pump Pal customers already know they won’t be paying that price. They have a card.

As a resident of Midway, I would like to find out why the attendant behind the counter at the Midway post office seems to be so rude to the customers who are paying her salary. And I am not the only one who has noticed her rudeness.

OK, so, I’m only hearing or seeing two members of the council doing all the talking. Where are the rest of the council members? You’re taking a good person out and putting a bad one in. Is this a best friend thing, or what?

To Wednesday’s caller, here’s a news-flash for you: If you want the editors to take out the articles that have to do with God and only put them in there on Sunday, how would you feel if God only chose to bless us on one day of the week?

Good going, Coastal Courier. You published in Wednesday’s paper that the basic housing allowance for soldiers will increase by five percent. This will give the greedy landlords a reason to raise the rent.

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