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Sound off for Oct. 14
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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:

As an employee of the school system, our children can attend the school where we work at. I’m confused — instead of complaining to Sound off, contact the school if you feel your child is treated unfairly. I have a straight-A senior who doesn’t get the special treatment because I don’t work at the school that he goes to, but his conduct, his character and his grades speak for him.

I just wanted to know what school allows teachers to suspend children. It’s certainly not Liberty County — you need to get your facts together. That’s the administration that does that.

To Friday’s caller, seems like you have a problem with a pastor, not necessarily just a preacher because a pastor is over a whole church. So if you have a problem with your pastor, why don’t you sit down and talk to him one-on-one?

Went to the Wildcats and Panthers football game Friday night. The announcer sure was one way for the Panthers. Go Wildcats!

It doesn’t matter if these Troy Davis supporters saw him stand here and pull the trigger. He’d still be innocent in their eyes. I don’t understand at all. They’re making this man like he is a hero. He is a cop-killer.

I would like to thank the Hinesville police for the courtesy of the house watch. I used it many times over the years, and I found it very comforting. Thank you very much, Hinesville police.

Just because your parents abuse you does not make it right that you abused your children. Abuse is abuse, and when you get judged, when God judges you, what kind of excuse are you going to give him that you abused your children?

I saw how Long County High School softball met and achieved goals this year. Well, if your goals were to destroy the morale and the confidence of a bunch of 14-year-olds, you did a great job. Well done.

Come on, Walsh, Savannah High? When was the last time Savannah High beat Bradwell? Give me a break.

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