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• co-workers who pay bills, play on Facebook and shop online all day on company time.
• the driver of the Porsche who took up three parking spaces.
• the fast-food drive-thru that can never get an order correct.
• The Republic for having the mayor in the paper every single day.
• the owner of the extremely minutes and then revs the engine before driving off at all hours of the night.
• whomever is responsible for all the lights to be red at
• 4 a.m. on the east side of
• 25th Street.
• the school that charges to get into an elementary school basketball game.
• city officials for ignoring the boarded-up and contaminated strip mall since the flood of 2008.
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