Sound Off: Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Lost and found
I am calling about the bulldogs; I am glad the lady found them. I know her, and she is one of the nicest, kindest people I know. She has done a lot of nice things for people. God was with her. Merry Christmas. There are people out there who care and love animals.
To the guy who thinks I make too much money: My wife and I both have a job and, yes, we get $50 a month in food stamps. You can't buy a TV with that. Barely a couple of gallons of milk.
Been caught stealing
To the person who stole my purse at Wal-Mart on Saturday afternoon: Please do the right thing and return all my identification, medical cards and my two cell phones. I don't care about the money, but I do appreciate getting back my ID and the pictures of my kids that are on the phone. They are irreplaceable.
Grover Norquist is against trillion-dollar taxes and savings over the next 10 years, but he doesn't say anything about the trillion dollars that the 2 percent of the rich people got and will want to keep. How greedy.
Today in Elysburg, in front of Vic's Transmissions, a bus from Northumberland County was parked for over one hour, just sitting and idling, burning gas. That is where your tax dollars go. Call your county commissioner and complain.
I had lab work done at Knapper Clinic (Geisinger) last month. While there, I asked if I could get my flu shot. I received my GHP bill on Friday. The lab work visit was on it and also a bill for a clinic visit for $400. I phoned the GHP office and asked about this charge. They told me it was for the flu shot. It took the nurse all of one minute to draw the injection up as I stood inside a doorway of the clinic for less than 30 seconds. Everyone has to start budgeting.
Frog, your comment about the kid who stole the shoes from the other boy in the paper being an Einstein shows your lack of character. A thief is a thief. Frog's take: Ever hear of sarcasm?
To the lady who is selling the happy holiday buttons at the concert: You are strictly out of order, and if you are trying to change the concert into a carnival, maybe next year you can sell balloons. The public isn't pleased with you at all.
Boys are back
Beware, husbands and boyfriends, the word is out: The Pagan bike gang is coming to the area to claim former riding companions and recruit new, younger ones. Tattoos optional. From a concerned husband.
In the past
In Tuesday's editorial, what do Cwalina and Lewis have to do with Clausi's asinine actions? Why bring them up at all? Is it a diversion away from your friend Clausi? Stick to the present facts. The morale is lower than ever at Northumberland County because of Clausi's child-like actions and attitude.