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  1. Cape May Beach - Jaws was a joke compared to our killer threat here in Cape May Beach where the phantom snake was last spotted. Unlike jaws, who was restricted to an ocean environment, we are at the mercy of this 12 foot snake that can strike virtually out of nowhere. One feels like a walking snake snack living here in near fear.

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    Publication date: 8/13/2014
  2. Cape May - Cape May should follow Ocean City in prohibiting the feeding of sea gulls on public property. This makes the gulls even more aggressive, if that's possible. Ocean City's ordinance allows for fines of up to $500 for feeding them.

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    Publication date: 8/13/2014
  3. Sea Isle City - Thanks to the sponsors of the pickleball games in Sea Isle City this summer. I understand the reason a fee has to be paid for Pickleball is they are utilizing time on the tennis courts so a fee must be charged. Pickleball should be considered the same as basketball, the skate park, the hockey rink, the ball fields and even the playground where they don't charge. Pickleball is a pick-up game; individuals show up, play a little and leave. How would the recreation center coordinate collection of a few dollars from everyone? The city should change the ordinance for next year.

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    Publication date: 8/13/2014
  4. Court House - Hamas is attacking. Israel is defending. Russia is invading. The Middle East is smoldering. Boko Haram is massacring. ISIS is marching. Iran and N. Korea are threatening. American cities are crumbling. Our southern border is dissolving. Illegals are being allowed to invade at record rates. Our debt is skyrocketing. Americans are hurting. Our enemies are laughing. Obama is fundraising. Our country is dying and nobody seems to care.

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    Publication date: 8/13/2014
  5. Avalon - The 30th Street lifeguards with the loud boombox need to tone it down. At times, it is so loud you must be distracted because I know I am. Play your music on your own time and have your significant others visit when you are off duty. Your eyes and ears are being paid to watch the swimmers, which include my small children.

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  6. Ocean City - Where are all of our rabid, anti-gun commentators now that an armed citizen engaged a potential mass shooter at Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital? It is still a tragedy that one person died, but an armed civilian saved the day from being a greater tragedy. Now, the next question is how effective were the laws that prohibit mentally ill people from getting guns, to prevent any of this from happening? They were not at all effective. Armed citizens can protect themselves and others.

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  7. Avalon - I disagree with this spout: "If the music or the neighbors renting nearby are too loud, call the police and file a complaint." The police certainly can legally and effectively deal with troublesome properties but why should calling the police be your first impulse? Is our society really so messed up that you can't walk next door, introduce yourself and nicely ask your neighbors to tone it down, especially if it's daytime? Call the police if they get rude or nasty, not first.

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  8. North Wildwood - A mental health patient carried a loaded revolver into a Pennslvania hospital and murdered a caseworker. Fortunately, a psychiatrist had a gun and shot and killed the gunman. The psychiatrist, according to police, by using his firearm, saved his own life and also saved the lives of a great many others in the hospital. The hospital is designated as a "gun free zone," but of course, criminals use such places to their advantage.

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    Publication date: 8/13/2014
  9. Stone Harbor - I think it's great that Stone Harbor Borough workers rebuilt the 83rd street fishing pier. The quality of workmanship is very good. The articles that I've read state that Super Storm Sandy was to blame for the rebuild. The borough workers had already dismantled 80 percent of the pier before Sandy hit. They did small repairs on the aging pier for several years before deciding to tear it down. Sandy had nothing to do with the condition of the pier.

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  10. Wildwood Crest / Ardmore - When will Americans learn to put patriotism and loyalty to their own country first? Those spouters thumbing down the spout about the senseless murder of that newborn baby Shanna apparently have little respect for the sanctity of innocent human life, and disrespectfully would prefer to place their allegiance to another nation first.

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    Publication date: 8/13/2014

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