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16 comments:

  1. By Wednesday, we expect Hurricane Sandy to have moved on, and the Farmers Market in Davis Square will proceed as usual, from noon to 6 p.m. The market offers fresh-picked vegetables, organic produce, apples, breads and pastries, lamb, beef, chicken, fish, flowers and homemade Mediterranean appetizers.

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    1. By Thursday we will be accepting food stamps and will be selling watermelons, collard greens, fried chicken, and snigger bars.

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  2. Why not post the newsletters online?

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    1. Snigger please! Then where will I get my toilet paper from? Stupid cracka!

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  3. Hello, I know you are working on Gun Control and I had an idea for you. What about hiring Gun Check Workers? People that would go out and check on the gun at the home of residence to make sure it is still there... The Gun Check Worker could go out every month to do this with a list in his/her hand. This would create jobs and help keep the guns at home safer.

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    1. You my liberal idiot friend should be glad you do not live where I live. Someone with that job wouldn't last very long here. But that's Yankee mentality for you. Idiot ��

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  4. I spent 20 mins trying to sign up for street sweeping e-mail alerts. The system couldn't find my street and after I called 311, the gentleman said he could pull up the street name right away. Obviously there's a glitch. How do I resolve it so that I can get get e-mail alerts for street sweeping?

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    1. I hope you gots da numba to black lives matter cause the police can't finds you house either cracker.

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  5. It's so sad that your city mayor is willing to pander to our society's lowest common denominator and support BLM. Who does he think is going to protect his city, his family from criminals? BLM? Hopefully you, the citizens of this city, will ensure he has a short lived political career.

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    1. You are obviously a Bigot and a racist and a homophobe. I bet you just love it when a white cracker cop shots a brotha in cold blood. I mean just cause a brotha got caught stealing a snigger bar and decided to resist arrest by grabbing the cops gun. Please that cracka auta just lay down and take his bullet, right??? I wouldn't move to this city of you gave me ten crackhead ho mommas and a Cadillac.

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  6. The city government is corrupt in associating itself with an activist organization that despises the truth as BLM does. Despite the debunking of the themes promoted by BLM, like "hands up, don't shoot", it continues to push its false narratives to support its larger, racist agenda. It stokes racial unrest by rushing to judgement instead of allowing the judicial process to consider each case on its merits and render an objective judgement. And when that judgement contradicts BLM's claims, as it usually does (most recently in the dismissal of the remaining Freddie Grey indictments), BLM fails to revise its narrative to reflect the truth, thus fanning the flames of discontent that can motivate heinous crimes like the assassination of cops. The police union president's pandering admission that he supports the "core goal" of BLM is a sad statement indeed. But Mayor Joseph Curtatone should be held accountable for making a public alliance with such a radical and misguided organization.

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    1. Snigger please, what you hating for? Who cares about the police cracker? I don't! I mean I do when that Crackhead tried to steal my junk but that's a different story. That cracker cop put the cuffs on me too tight and all I did was bust my old lady in the grill (that's mouth for you stupid crackers).

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  7. Just one question. Can you display a Christmas tree at city hall?
    Then why only black lives matter banner.

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  8. You, my fine cracker friend, obviously want to support the kkk and burn a Christmas tree. Not only that you want to decorate it with enough rope to hang a snigger.

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  9. My family and I were planning a trip to your fair city but I don't think I would be welcome since I'm a retired Police Officer. Well time to make other plans. Maybe south Louisiana I hear the food is great away from New Orleans and the Louisiana people are very nice. Have a blessed day

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  10. Mayor how come my life doesn't matter in Somerville? I am half white and half Native American does that mean that I have no value, while my cousin who is have white and half African American has only partial value in you city? Face it Mr. Mayor Black Lives Matter is a racist hate group that promotes violence and you are a spineless politician.

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