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Orchids & Onions (November 27, 2012)


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       Orchids to

    •    the house on Westenedge Drive for the lovely blue Christmas lights.

    •    Onions to

    •    any privately owned business that thinks they can hold the taxpayers of Columbus hostage.

    •    the restaurant that provides a winter outside dining experience to it's indoor patrons by not having a workable entrance/exit strategy for cold weather.

    •    the bank who put a two-week hold on my check, keeping me from doing Christmas shopping.

    •    the offensive quote about smaller farmers.

    •    whoever stole the glass door knocker at the garage sale last week.

    •    whoever is going around cutting cords for Christmas decorations in half.

    •    The Republic for not running my Onion.

    •    rural postal delivery carriers who cram packages in mailboxes, damaging them, instead of leaving them on the front porch.

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