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sepraj0429 says...

I live a mile away and can hear the "music" perfectly well too. Someone ought to take a decibel meter to the fairgrounds. Class action lawsuit, anyone?

sepraj0429 says...

You are right. Just yesterday I narrowly avoided an accident on Poplar when the driver of a car with an out-of-state license couldn't see the complexities of one of the intersections.

sepraj0429 says...

If you are going to ban cigarettes and alcohol from being sold in the town, why not add soda pop and other junk food to your list? While you are going about legislating morality, why not dictate three fish meals a week for everyone? Evidence clearly shows the health benefits. Oh, and while you're demonizing certain substances, why not abolish all organized religions from town too? Like cigarettes, they seem to do more harm than good--daily headlines in virtually every newspaper offer ample evidence of that.

sepraj0429 says...

Good grief. Doesn't ANYONE proofread this newspaper?!? "Stocking me"?!?!!!!

sepraj0429 says...

You celebrate killing this magnificent animal?!?

On Walla Walla man nabs massive elk

Posted 2 October 2013, 6 p.m. Suggest removal

sepraj0429 says...

"Miton-Freewater puts on the gloves against bullying" --- MITON-Freewater?!? Come on, UB, can't you proofread?!?

sepraj0429 says...

Yep, nail right IN the head of a brainless writer

On Obama should resign

Posted 7 June 2013, 8 p.m. Suggest removal

sepraj0429 says...

If the octopus had been allowed to remain, that would have potentially opened the door for any/all other stores to do likewise. How would that have looked? It could have brought a ridiculous appearance to downtown. If the toy store owner had bothered to follow the regulations he knew about in the first place, then none of this would have happened anyway.

On Octopus mural should have been embraced

Posted 3 April 2013, 3:58 p.m. Suggest removal

sepraj0429 says...

What's a "widwife"? Come on, U-B, how about a little proofreading?

On sepraj0429

Posted 14 November 2012, 2:13 p.m. Suggest removal