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In reference to the caller about the public high schools can’t get the best players because the private schools are getting free scholarships: Maybe if the public school coaches cared enough about the players to help them further careers, further their lives in college, then maybe they could retain the players in the public schools. And with that said, Liberty County High School Panthers: When are you going to get a new high school basketball coach?
I’m having a very difficult time understanding how someone two or three years ago was losing their house and they couldn’t afford it, but today can afford to ride in a Porsche. They must be making pretty good money to get that good of credit.
God told Adam and Eve that he made them from the dust of the ground, and that’s where they would return to. All men are made from dust and clay, and I don’t know why people think he would love one lump of clay more so than the other one, but you will find out in eternity. Because God said you will return there.
I found a jump drive full of home photos on M.L. King Jr. Drive. I’d like to return it; just call city hall.
I just read Ms. Tucker’s letter to the editor about her children crying in the restaurant. I am very sorry that her children are disabled like that, but I, for one, when I go to a restaurant, I cannot stand crying children or disobedient children running around being obnoxious. Me and my husband are the type that will get up and leave a restaurant if that’s going on. I feel for her, but with times and money the way they are, whenever I go out to a nice restaurant or anywhere to eat, I like to eat in peace.