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March 22, 2014

Sound Off published March 22

Tonawanda News — I would like to know what the big deal with St. Patrick’s Day was? They had parades and all this stuff. Was he that great that he needs all this celebration? It’s just another day for people to get drunker than they do during the week. I feel that it shouldn’t be a big to do. You don’t see any other nationalities having a parade or oh it’s Italian day. It’s getting old.


This thing with the airplane over there is just ridiculous. It’s just like Benghazi. It’s gonna be dragged out and dragged out and then eventually brushed under the rug and nobody’s going to be held responsible. Just like everything else in the United States. Everything gets broadcast all over the news for weeks and weeks and weeks. And nothing gets done.


You really want to know what happened to Flight 370 maybe you outta ask the people in Hollywood cause they’re probably making a movie out of it already. They probably have more answers cause Obama, that’s all he does is hang out with people in Hollywood or play basketball.


Has anybody noticed that Channel 2 or Channel 4 has to give me the weather every four or five minutes? I think that’s because they don’t have anything else to tell you. They don’t have any real news to broadcast. It gets to the point that I don’t watch them anymore. I wish they wouldn’t do that. The weather isn’t that important.


I’m a resident who lives on Douglas Street in Gastown. There are at least 13 sinkholes on our street and now our front lawn is starting to sink. What are we gonna do, wait until Gastown collapses. 

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