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I recently went to see "The Fault in Our Stars," a very sad movie and book, but I feel like I couldn't enjoy it as much as I wanted to since at the saddest part of the film, some person decided to check their phone. ... Is you checking your piece of technology so much more important than the numerous amounts people around you who are actually trying to enjoy the movie? ... If you want to text ... take it outside instead of being inconsiderate.
I am very happy that the windmills are going up on Jacks Mountain mainly because it's an American business and it's bringing money into America.
Does anyone notice the road down in Maitland from the high bridge down? The sides are literally falling away.
This is for all you dog lovers: We have to buy licenses for them and keep them encaged, but yet all these cats are running around and there's done about them. Why don't they license them? Think of the money the borough would make with all that licenses for cats.
Moral outrage tends to cloak more worldly motives.
What I plant in my yard is none of your business. ... Why can't you be happy minding your own business instead of minding everyone else's? ... Take care of your yard and your property and we'll all take care of ours.
This is to all the people who have nothing better to do than complain. Check out on Facebook "Love for Lori." Maybe then you'll find something in your life to be thankful for.
Now that the community days have started in the different areas in our county, people need to respect the homeowners' properties. My front yard is not a playground for your children, nor is it a place for your dog to relieve themselves. Remember, you are a guest in the area.
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