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Subject: Re: [PHILLY-ROOTS-L] Re: PHILLY-ROOTS-D Digest V99 #524;
Date: Wed, 06 Oct 99 09:30:55 -0500
I really try not to watch Ed Rendell eat.
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Subject: RE: [PHILLY-ROOTS-L] Re: PHILLY-ROOTS-D Digest V99 #524; cor
Author: < > at internet
Date: 10/6/99 6:20 AM
But can they eat a cheesesteak like Ed Rendell? Not
that was a charming sight!
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> Of course all governments are corrupt. And most are worse than ours.
> But ours is what I have to deal with.
> I don't give to charities like the Red Cross or the United Fund. I
> know that their administrations are full of crooks.
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> Subject: [PHILLY-ROOTS-L] Re: PHILLY-ROOTS-D Digest V99 #524; corrupt
> Author: < > at internet
> Date: 10/6/99 5:56 AM
> Dear Gene and others:
> Don't stop with the US. If you read the right newspapers or watch the
> TV programs you will find corruption in other countries. Don't stop with
> government. If investigative reporting were of the standard it used to
> you would be aware of corruption in non-governmental entities, too,
> the Salvation Army a few years ago, if memory serves. I was born in 1925
> Philadelphia and recall my father on the subject of "City Hall" in my
> years. Elda