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Sunday, August 28, 2005

Follow the rules 

I've just had two very disturbing reports: One, that a lot of people trying to get out of town are driving like maniacs, even on some of the back roads leading to the main thoroughfares. Another: that in a Gulfport neighborhood where a new home is being built, some otherwise (probably) law-abiding neighbors are raiding the site for lumber, plywood, for the storm. Now is not the time to ignore laws and rules of common decency. Times like these are why laws and rules are made. Drive safely; help each other. GEEESH! — Geoff

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