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December 12, 2012

Sound Off published Dec 12

Tonawanda News — To the driver of the grey or silver SUV on Dec. 8 who stopped abruptly in the middle of the road to let a young girl in a pink jacket jump out in the middle of the street instead of pulling over to the curb: What would you have felt like for the rest of your life if she’d been run over by someone not realizing you stopped to let her out and who pulled around you and hit her? Think!

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Well here it is that time of the year of peace on earth and good will to all men. Also the time of year when the little snots come out and destroy your holiday lights. Well this year it will be different as our house is monitored by a surveillance system. So the kids that stole the lights from our house, we have you on tape.

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The person who wasn’t happy that winter walk was presented as an NT project is correct in finding it unfair. It started out as a great idea to promote both downtowns.

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To the person complaining about the Tonawanda pavilion installing carpeting in there. Have you ever been to Classics V, Salvatore’s or a Holiday Inn banquet room? They all have carpet, it cuts down on the noise, softer on the feet and isn’t slippery if drinks get spilled but if you have a better idea let everyone know.

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Fox News was created by billionaire Rupert Murdoch. He supports the Republican Party and endorses Romney. Fox News is Republican-based and views only the upside of the Republican party. It is opinionated by the Republican party and therefore is not evenly factual news. Also the President does not raise the gas prices, it is regulated by the oil companies.

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