Tuesday 10:45 a.m.
Yes, I live in Villa Drive, and this is a freeway. It's 15 to 20 miles per hour and people go 50. They don't care if there are little kids in the street playing when there's no school or anything. I worry about my street. Nobody does anything. You complain and they don't listen to you.
Tuesday 8 p.m.
Hey, this is Dennis. Here we go again with the global warming thing. The liberals and democrats could sell ice to a bunch of Eskimos.
Tuesday 9:15 p.m.
This is Mary, a concerned senior citizen. I've been watching the reactions of people that had their houses and business flooded. I've seen the ones that go to work and clean out their houses and watched the ones who complain about it instead of going in their house and cleaning out. They still have a house. All they have to do is clean it out and dry it out. At least they have a shelter over their head. In the 30s, when my family lived in south Florida below the Lake Okeechobee, it would rain, and we would get tropical storms and hurricanes. The house was built up four feet high. We would come back to it and it would be flooded out. We would simply go in with hoes and rake the stuff out. We even found snakes in the house. We would clean it out, dry it out, scrub the floor and went from there. My parents didn't complain. There was no FEMA; there was no help. We helped ourselves and we were thankful to have a roof over our head. Thank you.
Wednesday 4:12 p.m.
Yes, what's the saying? "It's 10 o'clock. Do you know where your children are?" They should do that again, put a curfew on children younger than 15 or 18 because there are troubled teenagers on Facebook making trouble for other people, destroying cars and tires in Okaloosa County. You can see their faces, so I hope the police are looking and grab them before they do more damage. Thank you, Speak Out. This is Maria in Mil