Your Mind - ONLINE
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’m just saying right now, do not move that city limits sign down Loop Rd. If you want that Oaks Complex in the city limits, build it in the city limits. Don’t force people that don’t want to be in the city limits to now become residents of the city limits. That’s unfair.”
“Just a thought, everybody keeps talking about shop local. Sometimes people can’t shop local because the shops are so expensive. They have to buy from millionaires and they keep building their business, and they turn around and charge high prices. You can’t always shop local.”
“The Informed Citizens Coalition of Montgomery County [inaudible] so called petition was found not allowable under the law. I wonder how much of the other stuff they’ve done their homework on is actually true. When something is too good to be true always remember, it probably is.”
“Do you ever notice when you have something stolen and call to get a police report, they take a number, turn it over to a deputy that turns it over to a detective. Three days later they call you and the issue is already passed by then. They got 20 deputies riding around in 25 cars or trucks and they never have time. They are looking for somebody with a seatbelt off rather than doing their job. We need a new sheriff’s department.”
“In the 1960s and 1970s, Congress sold out to the auto and airplane industries and did not subsidize RURAL passenger trains and buses, so they stopped running. Now Americans are waiting long hours and sleeping in airports when a train would already have gotten them to their destinations within our country with a lot less hassle. Why won’t Congress subsidize RURAL transportation from town to town as they already do for the big cities?”