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January 31, 2013

Sound Off published Jan. 31

Tonawanda News — Gun control is the next step to “people control.” Year after year, hammers — yes hammers — kill more people than automatic weapons. Fact check this. So we better get rid of hammers before automatic weapons. More people drown in water, so no swimming. Yes this sounds silly. Just as silly as thinking gun control will cure gun violence. God bless the Second Amendment and America. 


Lawnmower Man and Parking Lot Man have a new friend. We’ll call him “Fire Hose Man.” He likes to spend taxpayer money spraying water on the grass at Pinewoods Park. For a skating rink? Can someone tell him it’s going to be 50 degrees out?


Hi folks! Tonawanda Tim here with my annual Groundhog Day prediction. After a chilly February, spring will definitely be early this year! Let’s hope my cousin Phil agrees.


I think it’s great that Governor Cuomo and all these politicians made all these new gun laws. It will stop people from getting shot and killed. Guns kill people, not people. I think they should go a little further and ban all knives, even pocket knives. Even a Boy Scout knife, because there is also a number of people that killed each year from stab wounds. Knives kill people so I think they should ban knives also.


Well the streets in the City of Tonawanda are pure white. Looks like snow on the streets. Do you think maybe there was too much salt put on them? I think maybe.  

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