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Mail Call - March 8

March 08, 2011

“My comment is on these houses being robbed of copper piping. I believe one way of maybe curbing that issue would be that the only person that could turn in copper piping would be a licensed plumber, which that’s who it’s supposed to be in the beginning, using copper pipes.”

— Williamsport

“Lesson learned — it took Bush and Cheney 4,000 deaths of our finest soldiers and 100,000 innocent men, women and children, Iraqis, to die, to remove Saddam Hussein. President Obama got Mubarak removed from Egypt by making a speech and telling the people and the army not to take it any more. Now it’s happening in Libya. So there you go. Lesson learned.”

— Hagerstown

“This is for the individual who’s complaining about the helicopter making noise when it flies over their home. Welcome to the club. We don’t have to hear it anymore, but the most important thing about that chopper, one of these days you might need it. You might have to go to Baltimore in a chopper. God forbid that you do, but you’ll be tickled pink to hear that thing blasting over your head. Have a nice day when you’re in that chopper.”

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— Hagerstown

“I see where if political unrest spreads to other oil-rich countries, gas could go to $5 a gallon. The blame here has to go squarely on our past and present politicians and government, because for at least the last 40 years, they’ve been saying they’re going to do something about our dependence on foreign oil. They have done absolutely nothing to help eliminate or improve the situation. They said it would take maybe 10 years before we could see any helpful results if we begin drilling here now.”

— Hagerstown


“As a female, I was told not long ago to know my place. To all women out there that has had that said to them, ladies, your place is any place you want it to be.”

— Clear Spring


“This is just a warning for seniors or anyone caring for them. Three times within the past year, my older friend got very weak and sick while we were shopping. She was fine until we reached the checkout. She has a pacemaker. All three times we were near the scanners. We figured this out, and no longer let her check out on her own. She ended up in the hospital each time, and she has been fine ... so again, this is just a warning for people with pacemakers.”

— Williamsport

 

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