The hardhearted good citizens who wish to deny welfare citizens the American's right to vote should go to church more often and listen to Christ's messages.
Yes, I would like to thank the Armstrong Creek Volunteer Fire Department and also the National Guard up here in Fayette County. My power was off for nine days and they come up here and they supplied us with water, ice, and MREs and even cooked breakfast and supper and even gave us bread. They've been real troopers. I really appreciate them. Thank you very much.
This is to the old man who sits on his porch and lets his dog bark at 6 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. in the morning. Show some respect. Not everyone's up that early.
Thanks to all the power company people that were so good to work in West Virginia, especially Kanawha County and in the heat and the rain to help needy people. God bless all of them. Even other state workers came to our rescue. Thanks very much.
I would like to know if there's anywhere in the Charleston area where you can buy Cajun chicken or chili-flavored Ramen noodle soup.
This is to the person who was complaining about all the generators that were running when the electric was off. At least I'd rather hear the generators running than I would these kids sitting out on the porch playing their music loud in their cars when they could be in the house listening to the music.
Anyone coming off of Bridge Road wanting to cut [in front of me] on the South Side Bridge after I waited my turn to get through the light ... you're not going to do it. Get in line and take your own turn because you're not getting in front of me.