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Mail Call for 2/2

February 02, 2001

Mail Call for 2/2



"To the person who lives in the North End about the garbage being picked up late. Do you think you are better than anyone else? Do you think yours should be picked up before anyone else?"




"How could Ted Kennedy judge anyone? How can Kennedy judge Ashcroft with the life that he has led? I'll be a son of a gun, if this isn't getting deep."




"What is happening in our area? What, with the proposed truck stop near historic Williamsport and this awful housing complex in old Tammany Manor ruining its acquaintance forever. Why are they destroying our communities?"




"Sitting here listening to people talking about what to do with the surplus. Why don't they pay back the IOUs that they owe in Social Security?"

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"I want to leave a message to my best friend, Glenda. I want to take time to thank her for being the person you are. You never judged me because of my lifestyle. From the first day I met you, I knew God brought us together for a reason. You have helped me through some tough times when I felt like giving up. You were always there to give me a reason not to. You were always there to listen and not lecture. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to make sure I always got to all of my appointments. If someone would look up the definition of a best friend, they would find your name. You are my best friend and will always be in my prayers. Thank you and I love you. Owen."




"Hi, Dustin, this is Nanny. I am glad that you made the All-Stars at school. Very proud of you, we love you, come see us. Love, Nanny and Pappy."




"I want to let the owner and manager of Freddie's Express on Northern Avenue that the hand-dipped chicken that you are now serving is very good. I always found friendly service even when you are busy and short-staffed. Keep up the good work, gang."




"Happy 32nd birthday to Tony. Just breathe, buddy, you will know what I mean."




"It is funny how narrow-minded people can be. The gas prices came from the oil magnates that just left the White House. George Bush has only been in office for 12 days, not long enough to cause the prices to go up. You must be a Democrat."




"I hope the people keep trying to stop the truck stop that Bowman is proposing because the pilot truck stop has really wrecked our neighborhood on 63."

- Hagerstown




"I am calling about the energy crisis. I was wondering why we can't get any checks before March. Winter will be over by then and we won't need it."




"To the grandparents of Missy, I wanted to let her know that, yes indeedy, I will pray for her and she will be in my heart."

- Hagerstown




"Concerning the fuel assistance, we are all waiting to hear from them, but don't bother to call because she will tell you that she 'can't tell you a thing. I will give you voice mail.' Now isn't that a joke in itself? They never call you back. Let's all call the City Council, the mayor and County Commissioners. I am sure that someone can get something going. It's Feb. 1 and nobody has gotten a word from them. I am glad that workers there are not worried about their oil and they are warm."




"Is there anyone that knows of a health insurance company who will insure an individual with a pre-existing medical condition at a reasonable price?"




"Why can't the sports department cover the wrestling?"




"To the man who said if women stepped on the moon and then said what kind of place would this be now. Well, I personally think, as a woman, that we would have a better life if women did step on the moon."




"To the horrible situation in the South End. Worry about your own property, not mine. You don't pay my mortgage payment. If you would like to pay it, let me know. Maybe we can work out a deal."

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