Sound Off, Dec. 19, 2012Published 9:30pm Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Where is Walter Williams? I always look forward on Sunday mornings to opening my paper and reading Walter Williams’ column. I notice it’s not here. I hope it this was just not here this week but it will be in the future.
The free concert Friday night at the Civic Center was a really nice concert, however the chairs were not comfortable at all, and I would think they could do something in the future to have nicer chairs. I know that it was a free concert, but it would have been a lot nicer if you had a little more comfortable chair than a plastic chair. Thank you.
Is anybody else ready for Christmas to be over? I know I am.
I would like to say a special thank you to the nice couple who helped me find my car Saturday in the Walmart parking lot. I appreciate it so much and Merry Christmas to them.
Yes, I’m a hunter. What purpose are assault weapons for other than mass murder? I’d like to get an answer from your readers. What good are assault weapons other than mass murder?
We people in nursing homes would like to you all we appreciate all the gifts you give us. But if you give the ladies cosmetics and the men toiletries, every body be a lot better off with socks and all that stuff.
While the new format seems to be fine, I’m missing very much the bridge game. Please return it. I know I’m not the only one. Thank you. Merry Christmas.
I love our newspaper and I get annoyed when people complain about it, but when I have to get out my magnifying glass to read it—I hate that. And I’m not an old person. Please, make the print a little bigger.
Please put the cryptoquote back in the newspaper. Many elderly people wake up each morning and do that puzzle. Thank you.
I just finished reading Sound Off and I totally disagree with many callers—the paper looks so much better than it did. You got pure white paper now and the print is very clear.
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