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HERE’S A RAVE for the man driving the black truck on North Belair Road this evening during rush hour. Thank you so much for letting me in. I know this must have been hard for you to do since you were driving with one hand on the steering wheel because your other hand only had one finger on it!

DID YOU KNOW that President Obama added another dog to his household? The taxpayers currently pay a dog attendant $102,000 a year to take care of the first dog because the first lady and the two daughters are too busy to feed and walk the current dog.

THE AIKEN COUNTY library is not a safe place to leave your children.

WHY IS AUGUSTA Regional Airport going to buy a new fire truck to fight building fire? Doesn’t the county have a fire station a mile from the airport? Waste of tax dollars.

RAVE TO Augusta Cares. I e-mailed them with a concern about the six foot overgrowth along Oates Creek in Turpin Hill and crews came out and took care of the problem. Martha, you rock!

RANT TO WHOEVER stole my camper from Skinner Mill Self Storage. You not only took away my family time at the lake, but you took away something my father left me which meant the world to me and cannot be replaced. I just hope you are found and what goes around comes around!!! If anyone knows anything about this, please contact Skinner Mill Self Storage and they will have my contact information.

TRAYVON MARTIN’S murder was brutal as well. So Oprah and the rest of us civilized people are quite correct to make certain to properly refer to his murder by Zimmerman as disgusting and any other negative terms or comparison that we make.

THE NEW HEALTH CARE laws are primarily needed by those who don’t have insurance. So if the Congress people have insurance, why do they need to be pushed to have to buy other insurance? First, you get the uninsured people covered.

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Darby
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Darby 09/02/13 - 09:59 pm
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"WELL STATED!! I will ALWAYS be convinced

that it was premeditated murder!!"

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Right, bledsoe. Trayvon was murdered and the Apollo Moon landing was shot on a back lot sound stage at Universal Studios.

Oh Yeah, and let's not forget to give credit to the guy who designed the internal combustion engine that will run on water.

Remember him? The big oil companies stole his patent so they wouldn't be driven out of business.

What's going on? I know there's no full moon tonight!

Darby
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Darby 09/02/13 - 10:05 pm
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"if the Congress people have insurance,

why do they need to be pushed to have to buy other insurance? First, you get the uninsured people covered."

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Answer: Because they have a gold plated coverage that taxpayers can't get and that's not right. Progressives are alway crying about unfairness, until it benefits them.

As for covering uninsured people, they still won't be covered if they have to pay for it. It's the nature of the beast.

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Young Fred 09/03/13 - 01:04 am
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Dang Darby

I always thought Walt Disney did the moon-walk "thing". It was Universal for real? I guess it's time to sell my Disney stock.

And the water powered combustion engine - shhhhh. I've had one for the last 40 years, but am too afraid to use it. I'll keep it buried, along with my Disney stock.

Darby
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Darby 09/04/13 - 03:53 pm
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Young Fred - I can understand your confusion

but Universal had the lowest bid and got the contract. They did such a good job that the studio gave George Lucas the go ahead for Star Wars which debuted only eight years later.

I think I can sell that conspiracy concept to bledsoe. Probably to just about any liberal.

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