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A squirrel rests awhile at Hopelands Gardens in Aiken.  Rainier Ehrhardt/Staff
Rainier Ehrhardt/Staff
A squirrel rests awhile at Hopelands Gardens in Aiken.
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CyndiCk
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CyndiCk 09/05/08 - 05:27 am
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What? They only got ONE

What? They only got ONE squirrel?

SargentMidTown
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SargentMidTown 09/05/08 - 06:04 am
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Aiken is attracting decent

Aiken is attracting decent people who are relocating. The members of Richmond County Government need to get the riff raff out of Augusta before decent people will be willing to move here. Homeless shelters and urban gangsters who wear pants below their butts, people who litter, and people who blast those around them with boom boxes need to go. In other words the ghetto element needs to go. Retirees who have a disposable income don't want to relocate here because of the trash.

CyndiCk
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CyndiCk 09/05/08 - 08:44 pm
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Apparently you haven't been

Apparently you haven't been over all of Aiken. They got "hoods" too.

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