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Regina Rainey from Glenallen, Missouri:
"It seems ridiculous that when a major incident happens (all) media must send their people to that event. How do they get in and out…while others can't get help?…yes, we need to help but is it necessary that all major networks have to send their own reporters…they need to stand back and the let those that want to help get it."
Frederick Hursey from Homestown, Missouri:
"Thank you to the men and women and organizations helping the people of Haiti. There are good people in the world who (really) care about people instead of money, politics, and power."
Linda Counts from Poplar Bluff, Missouri:
"My biggest peeve is people driving around with handicapped cards hanging from the rearview mirrors. It says right across the bottom, ‘Please remove before driving vehicle.' Can't these people read? That must be another handicap! Also, (KFVS12 news) should give us addresses or phone numbers, NOT log on to the website. A lot of people don't have computers."
Jean LaGois from Cape Girardeau:
"(Regarding Mike Smythe's ViewPoint on drug advertising) I am 63 and plan on living longer. The last doctor I went to prescribed medicine that made it impossible for me to breathe…I ate chicken soup to keep alive and stopped taking all (prescribed) medicines. Now I am eating with no problem, my blood pressure and sugar are normal…vitamin C tablets work better (for me)..."
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