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• Jim and Sue Coyle for all the kind things you have done for our mother, Veola, from the Jessees.
• Sandy Hammons and all the the retirees from ATT for a great time Sunday, and also cute little “Honey Boo Boo,” from Shirley.
• the kind lady in line behind me at Bob Evans who paid our bill when the credit card machine quit working and I had no cash on me, from a grateful mom.
• Ron and Jody Shadley at Faithful Friends for their caring, compassion and help, from the Galligar family.
• Grandma Adkins and Cousin Bonnie for taking care of me while my mommy was in Gatlinburg, from Sadler.
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• Onions to…
• school employee for sending a political post card.
• nurses who prey on patients and take their possessions.
• the gasoline stations in Columbus for charging 40 cents more for gas than in Seymour.
• those who place campaign signs in yards.
• two ladies for talking through an exercise class.
• the inflated egos for telling me how to vote.
• The Republic for displaying the Columbus North soccer stories on the front page and the front of the sports section.
• people who are jealous of others’ situations.
• people who point out others’ faults when they are flawed themselves.
• people who are outside polling locations trying to sway the vote.
• people who don’t speak up about how dangerous State Road 7 is to Madison.
• those who are proposing a tax increase during tough economic times for a public prepaid program when Columbus has great private preschools with scholarships available.
• politicians who have drawn taxpayer money for years.
• two rude workers in the county clerk’s office who kept interrupting me as I asked my question.
• the young female in a drive-thru line who would not move.v
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