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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.

“I was struggling to get my wife, who uses a walker, up onto the sidewalk and into Phillips Pharmacy. A very helpful polite black gentleman stopped his car and came on a run to our aid. He assisted us onto the sidewalk and then ushered us into the pharmacy. Thank you for your kindness and compassion. You are truly a blessing. God bless you.”

“Monday afternoon my semi-invalid wife and I went to get our booster shot. As we were leaving, my wife could not make the walk back to our vehicle. A passing beautiful angel and her teenage daughter came to our aid. Words cannot express our appreciation. May God bless both of you.”

“Big city problems coming to a small town near you. Murder, robbery, destruction of property. All the big ticket items. It’s naive to think our town wouldn’t be impacted by the issues that plague our society. Lack of respect for each other, no respect for rule of law and the people who try and enforce it. Human life has been devalued. Bail reform sounds noble, it’s not. It just lets the animals who torment peaceful society out sooner to wreak havoc. We need to be building more jails, not appeasing these assholes who choose to break the law.”

“Hey, Toombs County, your mama called. She said get to the house. You’re grounded until you can learn how to act right again.”

“Every small town in Georgia once had a train depot and a bus depot for public transportation. Where are they now? Congress spends billions in subsidies using our rural tax dollars on buses and rails for metro Atlanta and other cities, but nothing for the rural areas. Why do you suppose that is? Half of Georgia is now ruled by Atlanta and the carpetbaggers there.”

“A huge thank you to all law enforcement agencies in our area. These men and women put their lives on the line every single day to protect us. In recent days, they have been called on to really step up. Pray for their safety and for peace in these troubled times.”

“No matter how the so called sportscasters at ESPN slanted the coverage, the Georgia Bulldogs out played the Bama tide and now we are number one. Go Dogs!”

“We had to beat Bama, the referees and ESPN, but the Georgia Dawgs are Number one! Woof, Woof, Woof!”

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