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“The Angels shook my nerves, Lee Brice and American Blonde rattled my brain. Too much fun in the onion field. Oh what a thrill. Goodness gracious, what a great onion festival.”
“Those jets made so much noise. They shook my house, rattled my dishes, scared my dog but wasn’t that thunder incredible. Thanks to the onion committee for putting on a fabulous event for our community.”
“Why wasn’t the accused Wheeler County Cop killer not handcuffed when he was brought into the courtroom?”
“What genius decided to put a blue tent in front of the amphitheater stage to effectively block the view of the event on Friday night?”
“For many years now our federal government has been ignoring the fact that our states are very different entities with very different needs as it tries to make education, health care, welfare and many other laws the same for all when the needs are not the same — thus wasting taxpayer money and providing inferior services.”
“I’m calling to tell Martha Kersey, who stopped to check on me by the road with a little dog that had been hit by a car, thank you. When you think all hope is gone, there still are a few compassionate people in our world. Thank you.”
“To the person who called in about the disgrace of Vidalia not having a golf course after having 2 that are now closed, I agree with you 100%, and when you step up with some of your money to reopen one of these, I will be a big supporter of you. Thank you and God bless you.”
“Will the hospital please keep their menu updated throughout the week and on the weekends in the cafeteria? Thank you.”
“I wanted you to know I love the Blue Angels. They are a great group of American heroes. But I’m sure glad I don’t live near a Naval base.”
“Big shout out to the Vidalia Onion Committee. Great air show, great carnival, great festival. The only suggestion I have is the food vendors should have to post their prices. People got charged differently at the same booth and that’s not right. Everyone should be charged the same price, and that did not happen at this year’s onion festival.”
“I would like thank Gov. Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Raffensperger for obeying state and national laws during the 2020 election. Men or women from another state have no right to tell our elected officials what to do in any situation, especially to change the outcome of an election. Media only give you an opinion, not facts. Be careful believing lies.”
“Atlanta Metro is getting brand new electric buses. Can overlooked rural South Georgia get Atlanta’s old transit buses for public transportation from town to town down here like Trailways and Greyhound used to be, please?”
“I wish grade schools would teach Latin again. Then educated people would know that a single female graduate is an alumna, several female graduates are alumnae (pronounced E), a single male graduate is an alumnus, and several male graduates or male and female graduates together are alumni (pronounced I). Graduation season is coming up, and I wish they would get it right.”