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Citizen Acknowledged For Honesty

January 18, 2014

To the Readers’ Forum: What a wonderful feeling to know that there are still a few completely honest folks in this world....

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CREDENCE

Jan-23-14 7:57 PM

Funny

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Sammie

Jan-23-14 12:07 PM

No credence. But I know the difference between an honest days wage and extreme greed.

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CREDENCE

Jan-22-14 2:59 PM

Noble

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CREDENCE

Jan-21-14 10:10 PM

Sammie, I guess you do not or didn't work for wages? Far too Nobel?

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Regelski

Jan-21-14 1:36 PM

Traveling in Japan 25 years ago, I left a bag containing my camera, passport, American express checks (in those days) on a train. Fortunately, I had put my hotel address on the bag: the lost bag was at my address before I returned! Would that happen in most circumstances in the US? I doubt it. The Japanese are obviously, not for the most part Christian, but their ethic is surprisingly Biblical. Many criminal turn themselves into the police after they realize the shame of what they have done. There is little shame left in America, especially in Congress.

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Regelski

Jan-21-14 1:36 PM

Traveling in Japan 25 years ago, I left a bag containing my camera, passport, American express checks (in those days) on a train. Fortunately, I had put my hotel address on the bag: the lost bag was at my address before I returned! Would that happen in most circumstances in the US? I doubt it. The Japanese are obviously, not for the most part Christian, but their ethic is surprisingly Biblical. Many criminal turn themselves into the police after they realize the shame of what they have done. There is little shame left in America, especially in Congress.

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Sammie

Jan-21-14 12:15 PM

Ah yes there is that wonderfully compassionate side of you. Got into medicine for the money didn't you. I'm guessing you're one of the doctors everyone in Jamestown warns about.

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CREDENCE

Jan-21-14 10:51 AM

Sam, you are not too bright. The next time you need surgery to live' shall we just do "nothing"?

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Sammie

Jan-20-14 12:12 PM

Someone posted that credence is a doctor. Typical doctor's attitude willing to take the money for doing nothing.

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CREDENCE

Jan-19-14 8:25 AM

Since you can't find anyone to take the reward.....I would be willing to take it and split 60/40% with GRAVEL

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Helives

Jan-18-14 1:44 PM

Nice letter. It warms my soul to know that even today, during these perilous times, there are still honest people in our community!!! May The Lord of Hosts greatly bless this person's life!!!!

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oldlady

Jan-18-14 6:41 AM

Great way to start the New Year. People are generally good and want to do the right thing which is a blessing to us all. Thanks for sharing your story.

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