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Mail Call for 9/27

September 27, 2000

Mail Call for 9/27



"To the people in Keedysville that have the walnuts. I am definitely interested. Call 301-842-3298."




"I feel that those who appreciate the sound that really sounds like music are starting to stand up for country music. More radio stations are starting to play country music because people are getting tired of that boom box sound that doesn't compare in any way to something that is easy listening."

-Boonsboro




"We had a yard sale on Virginia Avenue on Friday and Saturday and someone left a pair of glasses. If they call 301-223-9159, we will tell them where to pick them up."




"If I damage my car by running over potholes in a landlord's property, can I bring suit? I was visiting a family in Boonsboro and I ran over a large pot hole and I think I may have damaged the front end alignment on my car."

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"It is time for the people of Maryland to wake up. Guess what we have renewal subscriptions for Reader's Digest and guess what, there is Maryland Sales tax on it this year. I guess that is William Donald Schaffer at work. I can guarantee you that there will be a note sent back with it won't be renewed because we are not going to pay the tax."




"I have something special here at my disposal and it is a trip, if you are going out to California to Hollywood or Los Angeles. I have tickets for 'The Price is Right.' Be out there on Oct. 9 or on Oct. 30, I have the tickets. My number is 301-733-8219. If you don't get anyone to answer, try again. Again I have tickets to see 'The Price is Right.'"




"If necessary, sell the farm to pay Tim Rowland, he is worth it."

-Hagerstown




"Cats should be regulated the same as dogs. Cats can do as much damage as dogs."

-Hagerstown




"I am calling in regards to the cattery license. I don't think we have heard enough about it. I don't see where it is fair that someone can tell me how many cats I can own in my own home. All my cats are either spayed or neutered. They all have their shots. I would like to know who is going to come and tell my son that we have to get rid of some of them or which ones are going to get killed. That is what's going to happen to them when they go to the SPCA. Every animal that is turned in is killed immediately."




"Let's forget about the cats, let's move on to something else. The stadium, you should have known all along that they were going to ram that down our throats. Mulberry and Franklin Street crime area. Police have a hard job. They've done a good job so far, but they have to push a little harder. The residents on the street have to work with them."




"The Humane Society of Washington County should not be blamed for the new cattery laws. This was the idea of the Washington County Commissioners' Planning and Zoning Board. Don't blame the SPCA."




"Beautiful Fall, some may say. I call it the way it really is. Damp, dark, dreary, depressing and disgusting with a few colored drying and dead leaves."

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