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“We hope many folks will attend the breakfast and the march to City Hall on Monday for the Martin Luther King remembrance.”





“Some poles I’ve noticed have been flying tattered flags this winter. It’s better to fly no flag, and come spring, put up a new one.”





“Really? Are some of these people really that stupid that call in some of these ridiculous remarks to Sedline? Unbelievable. And some of these Democrats, they would vote for Sadan Hussee, uh, they would vote for Saddam Hussein if he was a Democrat. It’s always the Republicans’ fault. Duuuh.”





“My trash can was blowing all over the highway on East Broadway and while I was out there trying to get up the courage to go get it a man drove up the highway and came back and brought me my trash can and my lid. And I just wanted to say thank you and God bless you and remind everybody that we do have some really kind people out there.”





“What’s with these renters that take ice trays, unscrew light bulbs and take the mirror, take sink strainers — well, they did a lot of damage. ... I am just flabbergasted. Now, do people understand why the deposits have to go up?”





“If landlords go ahead and go for four rent deposits, they aren’t going to get them rented out because people aren’t going to pay that much.”





“Hmmm. I wonder what I did wrong.”





“Tuesday’s cartoon with Christina Taylor Green, the poor girl who was killed in Arizona in the Gabby Giffords shooting, it is nauseating to see that used for political gain. It was just horrible.”





“The young people need spittoons more than old people do. When they chew that putrid tobacco and spit that brown gunk all over, its disgusting.”





“If a student bullies a gay student, the student that is doing the bullying has never gone to Sunday school, so I blame the parents.”





“Great article on Susan Sanderson in our Sedalia Democrat. It’s nice to read about someone who goes out of her way to help the disabled. Thank you.”





“It is too bad Sedalia’s police and sheriff’s department ignores its vast criminal element. ... The whole town has turned into a criminal’s paradise. Maybe a vigilante like Batman is needed.”





“I would like to sound an alarm of my own for funds. I need help for my safety. I don’t want anyone worrying about me, just send money.”





“Are there other schools in this area that have bingo as a fundraiser for their schools? It is a wonderful way to help the booster club financially (and) to save money on rent to have bingo located at the old cafeteria. Sounds good to us.”





“Regarding the school board spending hours mulling over the proposed bingo fiasco, for the first time it would make any sense, use Nancy Reagan’s phrase: Just say no.”





“We’ve had cigarettes taxed, it’s not time to tax them again. It’s time to tax soda pop. That will help the obesity and the addiction to sugar.”





“I was wondering if anyone knows what a ‘Polish nail’ is. They sell them on Thompson Boulevard.”





“People should mind their own business or take a walk in my shoes. People should not be ornery on purpose, like my neighbors.”





“I’m curious: In order to belong to a motorcycle club, do you have to have a beard, long hair, tattoos and be a beer drinker? Whoops, I guess that leaves me out.”





“These volunteer firemen are crazy ... They think because they have that red light and siren they can do what they want to do. They are going to cause some bad accidents or hurt somebody. They need to watch their driving.”





“What ... is a 92-year-old man doing going up and down the steps at the courthouse? And what is wrong with his wife to let him? He should use the elevator.”





“In regard to the story about cutting the trees down along 16th Street and the fairgrounds, I checked on that and for a half a block or so east of Gate 4 all the way up to 65 Highway there are no electrical lines running parallel to 16th Street. There are some crossing it, but no parallel lines, and all those trees now are gone that people used for shade when they were exhibiting for the fair.”





“My last message didn’t get published and this one probably won’t either.”





“Travis McMullen had a great column Tuesday. Gosh, there are 365 days in 2012. Let’s hope I’ll finally have time to really do something for myself and others. Tell Travis to sell some buttons, or find me an ink pen that lasts. I did find a can opener that works. Small things make me happy.”



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