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Sound Off for Oct. 29: Hunters, be mindful of what you kill

Hunters, be mindful of what you kill this season.
Hunters, be mindful of what you kill this season.

It’s not too late

Voters elected Trump because he was NOT in politics. These “smart” politicians have taken this country to where we are now. It’s not too late to undo the damage. Drain the swamp!

Exit strategy?

It’s a beautiful day on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Heavy traffic on a three-lane highway is fast approaching a busy intersection. At the last possible moment a driver in the left lane decides to exit at this intersection. Amid screeching tires, honking horns, and several hand gestures, he makes his exit. The good thing is, everyone escaped injury and his cell phone never left his ear.

Note to hunters

We have a baby fawn and its mother come to our yard in the evening. I worry that hunters will kill the mother and the baby dies. Please be mindful of this, hunters. No sense in killing two innocent creatures and one have to suffer without mother’s milk and care. Bless you for being kind and gentle to our beautiful creatures.

Put back the ashtrays

If automobile manufacturers would start putting ashtrays inside new cars the way they once did, that would eliminate a lit of littering. Today we got behind a Bay St. Louis police car in Gulfport and the officer driving kept flicking ashes out the window. If they can do it, it is OK for everyone else to do it?

Get the whole picture

The economy might be doing better excluding all the people who are just flat out being ignored.

Mr. Robot, Oh!

Money will eventually become obsolete. You know, robots and all.

Sad.

So you think I make a difference in someone’s life when I give them back money I’m supposed to as a cashier? That’s a little sad.

Think about this

It’s a sad day when being honest is thought of as heroic. What if it had been hundreds or thousands of dollars, do you think they would’ve been as honest your Sound Off suggests. Not!

Constitutional

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution grants all citizens the right of free expression: free speech, freedom of religion, freedom of the press, freedom to peaceably assemble and the freedom to petition the government or protest for change. Every president swears to uphold these rights — all of them.

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