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Rachel Wrather from Portageville, Missouri:
"I spent two hours on Friday, April 30 watching and chatting with John Dissauer as he tracked the storms. This is an amazing service and I am so thankful for it. I felt much better surviving the night with this kind of tracking. Please consider making this a habit when severe weather strikes. It is truly a blessing."
April Phillips from Jackson, Missouri:
"My husband and I LOVED the live stream during the storm…I really appreciate John Dissauer doing it on his day off. Thank you and keep it up."
Samantha Jackson from Van Buren, Missouri:
"Practically every day we hear on the news about cuts being made to education and other extremely important programs. I have not heard any reporting (about) politicians making sacrifices…there are many areas of overspending…we need to make our voices heard…our country will prevail over the current recession but only when everyone, especially (our) leaders stop living above their means."
Lora Lee Matsinger from Johnson City, Illinois:
"Thanks for airing the Hallmark movie ‘When Love Is Not Enough'. It was realistic about the addiction of alcohol and the effect on the person and family… (alcoholism) is a huge social problem that appears to be increasing…"
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