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• Pastor Bauman of St. Paul Lutheran for the amazing and inspiring sermon on Sunday.
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• Onions to…
• the driver who cursed me out as he whipped around my truck because traffic stopped to show respect during a funeral procession.
• industrial hog farms encircling Hartsville.
• City Council members who suggested taxpayers fund yet another layer of management to collect four rent checks from Commons tenants.
• people who go straight from a turn-only lane, causing accidents.
• those who are always looking for something to complain about.
• those who compare the civil rights movement to the gay marriage rights movement.
• the drugstore that still sells alcohol.
• the residents on opposite side of the street from mail delivery that do not help clean out around the mailboxes.
• the secretary in school system who would not help a disabled mother when the weather was bad.
• parents who complain that it is too cold for children to go to school then allow them to run all over the neighborhood in the cold.
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