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Mail Call for 12/3

December 04, 2002

"Can anyone tell me what a free range turkey? It sounds like you get a turkey and a free range to cook it on. If this is true, I would like to know where they are at."




"I saw on the morning news that a Catholic Church is thinking about filing bankruptcy because of all the sexual abuse allegations and lawsuits and all the money they had to pay out so far. How can a church so rich file for bankruptcy? All because they don't want to give the victim what is due to them. It just doesn't make sense."




"I just wanted to say to all the advertisers in the area, don't waste your time advertising on police cruisers because they are never seen in the downtown area."




"I agree with the caller who doesn't want Bill Clinton in a box. We should keep him out there because he is a reminder of a corrupted administration and a reminder of the kind of administration that we have out there now. So keep him out there, it just helps Republicans to keep on winning."

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"Many thanks to the lady who found my billfold at the Martin's on Dual Highway on Monday, Nov. 25. Your kindness was greatly appreciated. I hope you read Mail Call because I didn't get your name."




"To the person who said that the Republicans are going to be reminded of Bill Clinton forever for having the best economy and the best time we have ever had during his administration. The problems that we are seeing now are from Bill Clinton."




"The citizens of Hagerstown, owe it to themselves to go up in the West End and take a quick look at the Westview Projects that they are going to tear down in December. Take a look at that property. I rode around this past Monday and it is the most beautifully constructed neighborhood I have ever seen. It is well developed. I wish I had those properties. I could make a fortune off of renting them. But the city says that they are no good. They are the nicest looking buildings in Hagerstown. I own some properties in Hagerstown and they are better than mine. They should have put them up for bid. They could have made a lot of money off of them, instead of tearing them down."

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