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      Orchids to

    •    Scott Brown and staff for going above and beyond taking the time to teach me about restoring my grandmother's table, from Suzi Bruin.

    •    Mr. Greathouse from Hope for helping me get my car started Thursday night, from the lady in the blue Buick.

    •    Brian at Indoor Comfort Solutions for fast service getting my furnace fixed, from Rick.

    •    REMC for the fast and efficient work on my power line, from Louise.

    •    the Hospice of South Central Indiana for the great care of June Smith during her stay, Ray Smith, Pam Jones and family.

    •    all the credible people who have separated themselves from those who belittle others.

    •    Second Baptist Church, Greentree, Keepsake Village and Golden Corral for their Veterans Day observances, from Thom Jester.

    •    Jeff Oakes for being the best Christian man I have known, from Estella Brooks.

    •    Onions to

    •    the broomball officials for allowing a game to get out of control.

    •    unions for causing another business to fail.

    •    parents who do not put their children's feelings first.

    •    inconsiderate people who set off fireworks in the middle of the night in November.

    •    people who think their neighbors like to hear dogs bark.

    •    the neighbors who have nothing better to do than complain about the young man in the loud red truck who gets up every morning to go to work.

    •    people who expect you to leave your house to take care of someone else when you are needed at your own house.

    •    people who lie about their time cards.

    •    the person who delivers the paper southwest of town who can't seem to do his job on time.

    •    those who want to secede from the U.S.

    •    the vet who will not see pets after hours.

    •    the local roofing company that has a slick-talking salesman and bogus workers.

    •    the catering company that didn't show up two weeks in a row for a wedding appointment.

    •    the restaurant that won't give customers free refills on tea.

    •    the restaurant that doesn't have a dishwasher.

    •    the person who dropped two kitties at my house.

    •    the people of Columbus who have chickens in their yards and the officials who do nothing about it.

    •    a rude stepmother who gave an employee a hard time for not smiling.

    •    a local pub's management for poor business decisions that caused it to lose clients.

    •    the U.S. Postal Service for failing to teach its carriers how to close a mailbox door.

    •    newspaper carrier in the lagoons neighborhood for consistently throwing my paper under a car, on top of a car or in the bushes.

    •    the local preschool with a 4-year-old who doesn't know his birthday, his parents' names, his numbers or colors.

    •    those who voted for Obama.

    •    the strikers for no more Twinkies or Ding Dongs.

    •    the friend who wants to take my job.

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