Got a complaint? Got a compliment? Call Your Mind On Line at 537-6397 and let us know what’s on your mind. Quotes are printed exactly as they are called in and are not necessarily factual, but rather, callers’ opinions. Libelous, slanderous, personal attacks, and unfounded accusatory or lengthy comments will not be printed.
Two calls per week per caller, and calls should not exceed 30 seconds, please.
“Vidalia businesses and homes that are flying American flags should renew them, as many are flying ragged right now. Perhaps we should take a lesson from the Whos of Whoville and circle around the flag and focus on our faith and the strength of our people rather than on the Grinch who is stealing all of our goods.”
“Heard from a doctor on TV news: “Understand this: Everybody in North America will either get the vaccine or they will get covid.” Have you ever heard such arrogance and ignorance? He doesn’t know who will have a heart attack, but he knows who will get covid?” “ If anyone would like to make an endof- year donation for the paving and upkeep of Pinecrest Cemetery here in Vidalia in the name of your loved ones buried there, please contact Ron Hall Funeral Home. Now would be a very good time.”
“The “right to vote” loses its importance when legal votes can be countermanded by illegal votes, when legal citizens with hard-earned rights to the country can be outvoted by illegal voters with no earned rights to the country. Don’t let them overturn legally-passed Senate Bill 202, which protects the rights of LEGAL voters.”
“Houses on East Grady, East Gordon, in Lyons need attention by the city. I hope this message gets somebody’s attention.”
“Vidalia Walmart, can you please put some ink in the register tape receipts? We have businesses we need receipts for and you cannot even hardly read them. The problem is especially at the self-checkout registers.”
“I agree with the caller from last week. Tarrytown sure does have some pretty Christmas lights.”
“I want to express a heartfelt thank you to the each one who was there for me and my husband in our time of distress and need at Dollar General on December 4. God bless the woman, you had to be an angel, who did chest compressions until the EMS arrived. Also the medical staff at Meadows. To each one that offered kindness, God bless you.”