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Mail Call for 9/12

September 13, 2002

Editor's note - Please be as brief as possible when calling Mail Call, The Daily Mail's reader call-in line.

Mail Call is not staffed on weekends or holidays so it is best to call Mail Call during the week. The Mail Call number is 301-791-6236.

You are welcome to leave a recorded message on any subject, but some calls will be screened out.

Here are some of the calls we have received lately:

"All Kmart employees would like to thank Sam's Club for the nice tribute they had for 9/11. We would also like to thank them for inviting us to have refreshments with them. We enjoyed your kindness and we are all ONE, in the USA. Thank you again from the Kmart Store No. 3172 in Hagerstown."




"To all the negative comments about the SPCA. Come on people, call in and report all the good stories and things they have done."

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"About the South End Shopping Center, we need another grocery store over there for the people who don't have transportation to get to the stores and back. I think we need a Sav-A-Lot in the end where Weis used to be."




"I was calling about a handbag that was left in a grocery cart at Sam's. It was returned to the store so you can pick it up there, if it's yours."




"To the landlord whose tenant moved out three weeks ago and it took them three days to clean it out and wanted to know where to send the bill. Isn't this why the landlords charge a security deposit, so something like this doesn't happen?"




"It is true what they say, the simplest solution is always the right solution. For example, if our country wouldn't stick their noses in other countries' businesses, then we wouldn't have people coming over here to bomb us. Then there wouldn't be any wars."




"To Susie who writes the To Do List. I wanted her to know that I enjoy her article."




"For a great turkey dinner, go to Woodpoint Grill."




"To the landlord that had to put down a new carpet in his area and bedroom. What in the world is the security deposit for? Give me a break."

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