Tuesday - 8:28 p.m.
Hey, this is Dennis. The knockout game. Young black men go around and randomly knock out white people. Could that be racist? I wonder what Jesse Jackson, and Al Sharpton about that?
Wednesday - 4:33 p.m.
Happy Thanksgiving. My name is Jeff. I have a question. I'm a subscriber waiting on my Wednesday's paper. I live off of Old Hickory Hammock and Ward Basin Road. Someone has built this fence about 10-12 feet, wooden posts with barbed wire, with what I call a cattle wire fence. It's where Old Hickory Hammock turns in at Ward Basin along and as far as you can see along the interstate behind the houses. I'm curious about what the fence is for. Who built it and who paid for it? I'd appreciate it if you'd let us know in your paper.
Editorís note: We will look into that and report back to Speak Out in Saturdayís edition.
Thursday - 7:52 a.m.
Happy Thanksgiving. I hope everyone had a good day today. Remember the others who are less fortunate. I want to talk about the little girl running away with her parents, Sarah, who's Amish. Trying to force her to go to the doctor for the illness she has. This is a free country. Seeking God for free healing, herbal, and prayers are very powerful. They don't have to force her to go to the doctor like in a communist country. There's too many good people I know who've died from cancer. Pray for healing. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. This is Maria.
Friday - 8:41 a.m.
Relative to the health care program, I hope people will understand what is really going on. We've spent 650 million dollars to set up a web site. On Thanksgiving Day, we spent another 50 million dollars putting ads on the TV. The population in the United States, according to the Census Bureau, is about 300 million people. When you figure 600 million dollars so far and that's not all of what's been spent, that would be 2 million dollars per person in the U.S. that we could've given to them to buy their own health care. What is wrong people? How did we allow this to happen? I only hope things will change in the near future.
Editorís note: That would actually be $2 per person. I removed your name. You want to try again?
Friday - 11:54 a.m.
This is Alice. Thank you to the Game Swap Shop on Stewart Street. A very kind gesture yesterday when they offered my grandson and I to have lunch with them. We thought they were open for business when they were having their Thanksgiving meal. And they invited to perfect strangers to their business. Thank you.
Sunday - 5:10 a.m.
This is Bobby. Just thought I would say I didn't get a Press Gazette Saturday. Is it a paper or is it snail mail? Just wondering. Thank you.
Sunday 11:32 a.m.
This is Bonnie. In the Saturday, November 30th paper with the article 'Cash Strapped Students Still Eat,' I want to disagree with that. I have a grandson who went to Milton High School for the first time this year. He's being raised by his older brother, and coming from another state to go to Milton High School. The first and second day of school, my grandson had no money, he thought he would get free lunch. He had no money and they refused to give him breakfast and they refused to give him lunch. Both days. The first two days of school, the lunchroom at Milton High School refused to let my grandson eat because he didn't have money. As far as saying they get lunch when they have no money, that needs checking again.