Monday --- 1:53 p.m.


Yes, I was wondering what happened to the trivia and puzzle page in Saturday's paper. I enjoyed it and hope you put it back in. Thank you.


Editor's note: We are sorry - it was left out in error. No Worries! It will be there.


Tuesday --- 6:31 a.m.


This is Mary, a concerned senior citizen. Instead of the news media showing a photo of a young boy, why didn't  they show a photo of Trayvon Martin as he was; a young adult male about 18 or 19 years old in and out of trouble constantly.

Why didn't they discuss his lifestyle and character? Why is Alex Holder and Obama making damaging comments that could start a civil war. Like a fire that's burned down to smolder and coals, it only takes a spark to start the fire again.


Tuesday --- 12:04 p.m.


Yes, this is Jesse from Pace. I was in Milton the other day, behind Krystal's, they've got a new thrift store back there. They are pretty cheap on everything. Just figured I'd let the good people of Pace and Milton know about it. Give them a shot. Everything's cheap and they've got a good atmosphere with friendly people. Thank you very much - appreciate your time.


Wednesday --- 10:28 a.m.


Yeah, this is Rich. In reference to Bobby's comments on Saturday, July 13. I want to commend him on saying what it was by using the n-word 20-30 years ago.

I am a Yankee, but I've been in the south more than half my life. And I understand what he meant by this. Yes, it was not derogatory, it was just what was being used. And as for his other comments about the property and what you can put on your property.

Those home owner's associations---they ought to put a law and outlaw all those HOA's. And as for Maria, we don't know who the heck you are but you are some wild, democratic loving I don't know what.

Maybe you should go back, like David said, to Chattahoochee. Maybe there, you'll be normal.


Wednesday --- 1:30 p.m.


This is Kenneth. Relative to the Zimmerman case. I feel prejudice is deeply involved. But I don't think it's on the part of Mr. Zimmerman. I think it was probably somewhat involved in Trayvon Martin.


I think he was probably prejudice. Now it's quite obvious after the verdict has been given.

that there are thousands of prejudice people in the United States. They're only going after this individual because he killed a black man.

But the black man he killed justifiably, according to our system of justice. Why are these people persisting in trying to pervert the law? Thank you.


Editor's note: It is the policy of the paper to not run Speak Out comments from the same person who says the same thing repeatedly. Don't take offense, but everyone needs a chance to Speak Out!