Thursday 7:07 a.m.
The treatment center at Fort Hood is dealing with military personnel supposedly suffering PTSD and other mental problems. So why is no weapon available? Could this be another attempt to place all combat veterans on Obama's list of terrorists and to use such military service as a reason to ban knives or gun license or carry permits? Sounds like a tragedy specifically designed to serve our dictator's objectives.
Thursday 10:29 a.m.
Hi, this is Keith again. The Press Gazette on Wednesday, April 2, still has no tide report. Three months ago I was told that the tide report would be back in the paper. Please put it back in the paper. Thank you.
Friday 2:01 p.m.
My name is Harold, from Milton. I would like to make a comment concerning Bill Bledsoe's last two articles. The comment is I wish I had said that or had written it. I think the man's a genius. He knows what he's talking about. Thank you, bye.
Saturday 3:39 p.m.
This is Josh. I'd like to invite either the landfill director, (but obviously he has to know) or the public services director to haul a load of trash to the dump on Saturday about 3 o'clock, 3:30 so he can see what's going on. I've been sitting in line for 20 minutes and there are still at least 8 or 10 cars in front of me trying to get out of the landfill because the guys in the shack want to carry on nonsense with every car. Like when you go to the grocery store, you can carry on a conversation with the cashier, but you do it while you're checking out. It's a little different here when you have things to do. You don't take your grandkids out to eat and you have to stand in line an hour to get out of this place. They need to look at a better system, either have two lanes going out or tell these guys in there they're not allowed to carry on so much nonsense. Coming in they just talk to every customer going out. That's what the holdup is. There are 7 cars behind me. That's just ridiculous to have 15 to 20 cars lined up to get out of the landfill because they just want to talk nonsense instead of letting the traffic flow. Thank you.