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Boy it is a beautful windy day here in Mifflin County. I wish we had those wind mills on Jacks Mountain to produce that free energy. Oh I'm sorry we have a bunch of hypocrites here. It is OK to pollute everyone's streams and fields with the oil being pumped out of the ground.
One nice thing about Obamacare is that dental care is addressed for children. If you look around at some of the young people the level of dental care is horrible, but this is a good thing to address.
I would like to make a comment to the person who wants to make pit bulls illegal in the county or state. That is a form of discrimination no matter how you look at it. It is not the breed that makes it bad, it is the person who raises it. Please inform yourself before pressing judgment.
When you go to a business for a job and they tell you they only accept applications through the computer, and you don't know how to use a computer, so you go to the CareerLink and they tell you they can't help you on the computer. What is their job then?
This is to the person who was complaining about the pit bulls. I own one and I wouldn't trade him for nothing. If you want to get nasty then you need to hit every breed. If you train them right they are wonderful. They are just like people.
The governor wants us to buy fuel-efficient cars, but then during the winter has us use blended gas that gives us less mileage. It doesn't make sense.
I wish I could feel sorry for the people who are living near an asphalt plant. They would have had to known that the land nearby was commercially zoned, and be thankful it is an asphalt plant and not a pig farm.
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