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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Births

Pork chop man, pork chops! I ain't no girl!  (Jan 5, 2008 | post #11)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Births

Or his grill! I love his grill!  (Jan 2, 2008 | post #7)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Letter to the editor: Reade...

Whoville: a tiny village of wonderfully happy creatures who see the good in everything and everybody. Grinch: a large hairy green thing with a heart two sizes too small. He has a funny looking pooch for his companion. Once he learned that roast beast tasted teriffic, and Suzie Who was really a lovey, his heart grew four sizes. It just goes to show you that just about anyone can change and fun can be found in the simplest things.  (Jan 2, 2008 | post #2)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Divorces

Uh, you guys...they've been doing that for a very long time. I like reading the dates. (I have know idea who any of the people are.) Makes me feel good that I've been married as long as I have. Plus it always cracks me up when people are divorcing the same year that they marry! If you want more fun...check over on the "Marrigae License" section. Often times you'll see names that were in the "Divorce " section marrying someone else. Paper's around the country have been doing this for decades. The PO really isn't doing any harm. Especially when there's people like me who have no idea who any of them are in the first place.  (Jan 2, 2008 | post #6)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Births

Ooooh, you're going to hear from the Swedes on that one!  (Jan 2, 2008 | post #2)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Letter to the editor: Child...

You know the sad thing? If someone did take her wallet, without any intentions of giving it of any of its contents back, they surely wouldn't be reading the P.O. Opinions sections. Maybe "somebody " will send her something in the mail, to replace some of what was unfortunately taken. It was good that she gave her address! (Thank you...)  (Jan 2, 2008 | post #3)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Shippensburg dropped anchor...

Is anyone else having trouble trying to view the video?  (Jan 1, 2008 | post #1)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Letter to the editor: Woman...

I think he did under GBGruff.  (Dec 31, 2007 | post #5)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - The East-Ender: Exploring N...

Wow, more than half of that was plagerized. (Word for word.) I wonder if the PO looked at that before printing. http://www.brownie locks.com/NewYears .html  (Dec 31, 2007 | post #2)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Our view: 2007 leaves in it...

Hey, they took mine out... All I asked was what happened in April? Anything?  (Dec 31, 2007 | post #15)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Letter to the editor: Be pr...

There was an article in the PO in October in the Angels in Shippensburg column that delt exactly with this situation. What to do when there was a power outage for an extended amount of time, and how to prepare for it. I guess the "well-known " author Ms. Malmount didn't take the chance to read and learn. I did. I even learned a thing or two. So when the power went out, we (and our pet) were just fine.  (Dec 31, 2007 | post #9)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Letter to the editor: Suppo...

Curiously, a breast implant AFTER a mastectomy is also considered prosthesis in which insurance most likely will not cover either. Just to add a little more to this...In case you did not know, hip and knee replacements are prosthestics as well as cochlear implants for the hearing impaired. Insurances will pay much but not all of the costs for these.  (Dec 31, 2007 | post #2)

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Chambersburg Public Opinion - Letter to the editor: Aband...

Gee, I wonder if BGGruff is the same person as the first commentor in the LTE about the woman who was thanking the Path Valley Outreach for the Christmas Dinner. I don't live in Greene Township, so I don't know...don't they have an animal warden? If so, couldn't that warden/person find the miscreant who left the cats in the first place? What about the township counsel? Laws and ordinances were broken. It is their job to enforce them.  (Dec 31, 2007 | post #12)

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