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Sound off for July 30
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The statements below do not reflect the opinions of the Courier. The calls are anonymous so the Courier can not vouch the veracity. 

 The subject is the failure in the AYP tests. Until Hinesville, Liberty County and the surrounding area start enforcing the discipline in the schools, get the britches up around the waist and let's stop styling out and making excuses for students, it's just a complete breakdown of discipline. You've got to treat everyone the same. Until you do that you're just lowering standards and making people move out of the county.

To the caller about the county commissioners yellow-bellied cowards: You need to learn what you're talking about before you say it. The Long County Commission actually lowered the millage rate. It was 13.06 for '07 and in '06 it was 18.32.

Look, instead of threatening your Fourth District incumbents, why don't you get off your duff and go help them.

Beware, there have been 40 whole versus removed from the Bible and 64,000 words removed like Jesus, tablet and Lucifer in one of the new versions of the Bible. You need not leave one word out or one tee not crossed that was in the original.

The caller who said gasoline prices are higher here than in Richmond Hill and at Wal-Mart because it is a military town is not correct. Savannah is also a military town. The problem we have here is not enough competition.

I hope someone comes and steals something from whoever came on Ashmore and stole the bag off my lawnmower.

Here we go again, another U.S. project sold to a foreign country. Can you believe the county is going overseas to get a foreign company to run our mass transit system? We've been sold up the river, man.

Here's another suggestion for Hinesville. How about a bowling alley? That might be a lot of fun.

I'd like to thank the Hinesville public librarians for their excellent courtesy to the patrons and their referencing skills. I wish I could say the same for the on-base librarians. They need to take a field trip to see how things are supposed to be done.

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