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More rights, more freedom

February 21, 2013

If you want to make a point, tell a story. At the Black History Month program Feb....

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Feb-22-13 9:44 PM

You'd lose that bet. I bet that you're as racist as flapper

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Feb-22-13 2:10 PM

You bring up the real problem of today. You probably know all of your rights, "used"

But the greater part is; I bet you can't name your responsibilities. They require restraint and awarness of your fellow citizens. And THAT is the hard part.

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Feb-22-13 8:07 AM

Hey flapper, what the h ell is that supposed to mean?

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Feb-21-13 5:03 PM

Mrs. Bowman was a teacher of mine in Gloversville. The kids never dared test her because she always instilled discipline in her classroom. At the time I didn't appreciate the lessons in life that she taught but I believe she was a great teach in hind sight. Bless you Mrs. Bowman and thank you for all you have done.

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Feb-21-13 4:58 PM

add me to the agrees...actually enjoyed reading this editorial...

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Feb-21-13 2:40 PM

It does no good to have shed your shackles if you aren't willing to embrace your freedoms.

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Feb-21-13 2:19 PM

Excellent editorial. And congratulations to Mrs. Bowman for sharing her story. I had the pleasure of working with her on the Boys & Girls Club board of managers. She did an outstanding job.

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