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November 29, 2003

"Congratulations to my grandson, Justin Mongan, for making the honor roll at Smithsburg High School. I am very proud of you. Love, Nanny."




"My name is Darlene, 301-791-6963, I am interested in the lady that said she had free Mason canning jars to get rid of."




"I want to make three points about the man who is complaining about children not needing a license to go hunting and an age limit and so forth. This is just another animal activist trying to prevent people from doing what they like to do. Number two, just because he doesn't agree with it, doesn't make it wrong. Number three, any delegate that tries to get something like that passed, I guarantee you. The good people of Western Maryland will give him what they call a term limit, one time and you are gone."




"I wanted to thank my angel for today. I had trouble with my van on Tuesday, Nov. 25. My sister flagged down this guy in a tan truck on Washington Street at Madison Avenue. He went back to his house and came back with jumper cables and got my van started. He wouldn't take a penny. I am disabled, I couldn't walk, I just had my daughter in for surgery on her foot and we had been sitting there for more than an hour waiting on help and this guy just stopped and helped us. I just wanted to let everyone know that there are still a few good people out there."

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"I live in Hagerstown and I don't agree with everything that goes on in this town, but I do not want to have a gay pageant held in my county. I don't want to see a bunch of men running around my town, acting like a bunch of women. Why don't you act like men, that is what you are! Think about this, people."




"To the people who would love to see the stores open late in downtown Hagerstown. I agree, but the problem is, there is too much trash down there and nobody will do anything about it. Stop letting this happen and then maybe the good businesses will come back to downtown."




"I love seeing Santa at the mall, but not to stand there in line for a long time and pay $20 for a picture. Why can't you sit there for free, why do you have to pay to see Santa? You have to say to your kids, 'Well, if you want to talk to Santa, son, you have to spend $20 to sit with him.' Then they get all upset at you."




"In response to Charley Reese's column, 'Gay marriage will hurt nobody.' He asked who cares about homosexual marriage? God does, it's in the Bible. If he is going to talk about God's law and the Bible, he needs to read it and understand it first. No, Mr. Reese, we can't be pure Christians and do nothing about homosexuality. Furthermore, you say that being a Christian is a religion, wrong again. Being a Christian has nothing to do with a personal religion, it is a relationship with Jesus our savior. May I also tell you that Christian morality has not collapsed, the church is very much alive today. Finally, Mr. Reese, you say that it is a Christian's obligation to obey all God's commands. I agree, Matthew 28, verses 19 and 20 tells us to teach all things He has commanded us to do, this includes the sin of homosexuality."

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