March 7 Bless Your Heart
Thursday, March 7, 2019
BYH to the gentleman in Target wearing a Pitt State Gorilla sweatshirt. Thank you for taking time to chat with me about Southeast Kansas! It's nice knowing I'm not a lone Gorilla in eastern N.C.! Go 'Rillas!
I am so disgusted at the large retail box stores that now want all customers to go through the self checkout, which most of the time don’t work correctly. Thanks to this policy I’m now shopping at a grocery store for food and Amazon for everything else.
BYH evangelicals and Republican followers. Evangelical Christianity has been hijacked by people who would have given Jesus the boot if he knocked on their door.
BYH to President Trump: Everyone wants to complain about your visit with the North Korea leader. Your visit with this leader is an accomplishment in itself. You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them drink. President Trump is trying, that is more than the Democrats are doing. Trump can't force this leader to do anything. He can only try. Stop complaining.
No bless your heart to ECU baseball beer sales. As a longtime baseball season ticket holder, I am offended that you also have to be a member of the Pirate Club to be eligible to buy beer. You really don’t appreciate the basic fans that you have by making these exceptions.
Bless your heart. The Board of Adjustments, city staff, Greenville police and The Daily Reflector have totally missed the boat on how to deal with unsafe bars in downtown. Not only did they get the story wrong but they totally mischaracterized the good bar operator. I think they need to do their homework and give the good guy bar operator an apology.
BYH to whoever said that convicted perjurer Michael Cohen had “nothing left to lose” last week without mentioning what he had to gain by reading Lanny Davis’ script — in particular a possible sentence reduction and lucrative post-incarceration media deal.
BYH I am a retired state employee and I have Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Medicare and needless to say neither one of them is that great. I’d just like to have Medicaid. You can’t beat that policy. It’s free.
BYH Greenville and Pitt County. If anyone calls you saying they work for the Social Security Administration and that someone is using your name and your card in Texas ... then they start asking you for your information, your age and where you bank at, your Social Security number, don’t give it to them. It’s a scam. I’m a senior lady. They called me this morning. Watch what you say on the phone and who you’re talking to.
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