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Residents talk New Year’s resolutions

December 31, 2012

PARKERSBURG — As one year fades into another, there are many people who make a resolution for the new year only to see that resolution abandoned after a few weeks or, in some cases, day....

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wildanimol26101

Dec-31-12 12:47 AM

My goal is not to constantly lie about who I know and things I've done. No more make believe cook-outs, road trips etc. And I hope not to be so obnoxious and rude to others on this site.

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mayorspet

Dec-31-12 7:20 AM

Best of luck Wildanimal26101. I'm sensing a desire for maturity on your part that will be welcome. You CAN make it!

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AaronL

Dec-31-12 12:16 PM

Had to bust a gut on that one animOl,the spelling almost got me.That's something no-one is EVER going to hear from THAT habitual liar; lies from his mouth are like breath to his nostrils. Thanks for the good laugh,and Happy New Year to all who survive our drop from the cliff.

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Mack76

Dec-31-12 12:44 PM

That is HILARIOUS wildanimOl26101... Unfortunately, in order for the true culprit to make a change like that, I believe it would have to start with a lobotomy. Thanks for the laugh though! lol

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BakerKat

Dec-31-12 2:39 PM

A lobotomy and a WHOLE lot less beer.

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