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• The lady that shared her umbrella with me while I walked into my work this morning and set the mood for the whole day.
• Officer John Thompson for going beyond your job in helping me get back on the road, from Taletha Baum.
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• People that help each other.
• The person who paid my dinner check at Applebee’s on Tuesday night, from Wilma Doup.
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• Neighbors who park their vehicles in front of other neighbors’ sidewalks.
• The restaurant that is once again holding Columbus hostage.
• Those who believe all grocery stores need to be open 24/7.
• Gas station on State Road 46 that always raises gas prices and calls the other stations to raise theirs.
• The stoplight at Second and Jackson for holding up inbound traffic when there is no cross traffic.
• Those who use churches to home-school children, using the church’s resources.
• Those who complain about parking between lines but are not careful opening their car doors.
• No turn arrow on the traffic signal at Gladstone and 10th Street.
• Anyone who allows the MSCB group to reopen a restaurant in the Commons.
• Person who threw out a lit cigarette at the gas station.
• The Republic for not publishing Edinburgh playing host to the Johnson County Tourney and not posting the Edinburgh scores.
• The newspaper that feels we need an article about a certain restaurant in Columbus at least four times a week on the front page.
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