— The city needs to investigate all these people with tattoos because it’s obvious they are up to no good.
— If you could gather all of the My Two Cents contributors in one place at one time, you would have the biggest collection of goobers in the history of mankind.
— Walker-Harps was deceptive in asking for an additional meeting from the city. All she wanted to do was waste time griping about race issues. Same dance, different song. We know the tune; it never changes.
— I heard that the new Big Chik in Griffin will be located next to Curves for Women.
— It was embarrassing that the United States baseball team lost in the World Baseball Classic. It was even worse that the United States lost to teams from third-world countries such as the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.
— You say that people who have long hair and beards, do not look like Christians. I believe Christ had long hair and a beard. You sound like a Pharisee.
— So the national unemployment rate is dropping while the Georgia unemployment is rising. Do you still want to vote for those Tea Party Republicans?
— Sarah Palin could raise a lot of money for charity if she would agree to sit in a kissing booth and charge $10 per kiss. I know that I would set aside $100 for that.
— The country club is bankrupt, what a surprise. Now, some of the so-called leaders in the city and county government want to bankrupt the city and county to finance a new airport. Looks like they want to put in hock every piece of land they can find to raise money for the new airport. The question is why are they so desperate to build a new airport at this time? Follow the money.
— People with body art need to be rounded up and put in an institution because there’s something wrong with them.
— Now that the Animal Control Board is considering a restraint ordinance, I wish that would apply to my mother-in-law because she’s ugly as a dog and is a public nuisance.
— So-called “Christians” will be celebrating Easter soon but they don’t realize it started out as a pagan holiday. I will not let my kids celebrate any pagan holiday because it’s a sin.
— I don’t care what they do to Hill Street as long as they don’t disturb the General Griffin statue or the $40,000 clock.
— People who dress up like clowns, even if they are doing it as a job to earn money, give me the creeps. I think they have some sort of deep-rooted mental problem.
— If you sit around and complain about how bad things are but aren’t doing anything about it, then you are part of the problem. That’s what is wrong with this community. People like to complain but very few people roll up their sleeves and get to work on trying to solve the problems around here.
— With all the commercialism surrounding Easter, my daughter thinks that we celebrate Easter because of the Easter Bunny. She thinks that it was the Easter Bunny who rose from the dead after three days.
— Charging a membership fee at the senior center? What is the thought process here? Why is this now being considered a “money-making” facility by charging the senior population? A majority of the activities at the senior center are run by volunteers. Members are volunteering their time, efforts and talents.
— Jesus commanded us to take care of the poor, the sick and the homeless. How can we still pretend to be a Christian nation when we vote for politicians who take money from the poor, the sick and the homeless so they can give tax breaks and giveaways to big oil, banks and other corporations?
— I can’t believe that our greedy county commissioners are going to charge to use the senior center. Next they will be charging us for the air that we breathe.
— I have been told by a very reliable source that Chipper Jones is dating a girl that lives in Griffin. I seriously doubt that because Chipper only dates Hooters girls and I have never seen a girl from Griffin that would qualify to be a Hooters girl.
— As of Jan. 1, 2013, my doctor is not taking any new Medicare patients. Thanks to all of you who voted for Obama.
— U.S. Sen. Rand Paul recently spoke in front of the Senate for 13 consecutive hours and no one was even listening. He would fit in well on the Spalding County Board of Commissioners.
— A couple of years ago people thought that the Tea Party was going to be a force in national politics. Now they are seen as a lunatic fringe group. It is amazing how much things have changed over a couple of years.
— I don’t like shopping at these big-box stores. I wish cities had more stores in the downtown area, so that you could get personal attention. At the big stores, the workers act like they could care less about you.