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February 7, 2013

Sound Off published Feb. 7

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How many guns does it take to make us safe?

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How about all of you gun owners take your assault rifles and armor-piercing bullets and secede to form a new nation? We’d be better off without your ignorance and stupidity to misconstrue facts to suit what you want to be true.

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To the guy who feels the need to own an assault weapon because he does not trust the president and thinks the government might overthrow the citizens, you and people like you are the reason for these new guns laws. You are a disturbed individual and need professional help.

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Just want to let you know that there is something new in North Tonawanda that has made me very happy: the new green arrow lights at the intersection of Erie Avenue and Division. That has always been a difficult intersection to make a turn. Now it’s a breeze. Thank you North Tonawanda, wish you had thought of this years ago. But its great to have it now!

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