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1 Chicago Dog
2 ?? Grilled?
3 Coleslaw Dog
4 Krout Dog
5 Chili dog
6 ??? Some salsa maybe?
7 Pig in a Bun
8 Corn Dog

Phil Josberger

Written on Letter to the Editor: Conflicting interests:

Yes I have heard it before...
Now that "I'm" Here, Close the bridge and don't change a thing.

Phil Josberger

PS: as for overpopulation, there are 50 million less Americans since row vs wade.

Written on On The Hook: Goliath gagging :

AHH I remember the days before the ban on Goliath.
I was a kid in the 60's fishing with my Grandpop on a head boat in Ft. Myers
They must have caught 20 plus of the big boys.
I thought then... there was at least 2 or 3 other head boats going out that day. If they all caught this many, OK (Jewfish) they wont last long.

Then in the eighties.. Yea, I'm Getting old, My brother caught a 300 lb one.

You know what we did with it? We donated it the the church fish fry. (It was probably Lent)

So I am sure it was wrong to over-fish the big boys, But, lets open it up during Lent. One per boat limit.
Let see what that does.

Native
Phil Josberger

Written on All lit up – Olde Marco Residents pack City Council meeting to protest street lights:

Those of you who would like the lights in your street better check with your neighbors first.
Also the tax assessment is the same for Old Marco as everywhere else on the Island.
Why should old Marco not receive the same service as the condos on the Beach?

Phil Josberger Old Marco

Written on PHOTOS: Patriotism on display at Marco Memorial Day service:

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This article is about the malicious statement.

In common law jurisdictions, slander refers to a malicious, false and defamatory spoken statement or report, while libel refers to any other form of communication such as written words or images. Most jurisdictions allow legal actions, civil and/or criminal, to deter various kinds of defamation and retaliate against groundless criticism. Related to defamation is public disclosure of private facts, which arises where one person reveals information that is not of public concern, and the release of which would offend a reasonable person. "Unlike [with] libel, truth is not a defense for invasion of privacy."[2]

False light laws are "intended primarily to protect the plaintiff's mental or emotional well-being."[3] If a publication of information is false, then a tort of defamation might have occurred. If that communication is not technically false but is still misleading, then a tort of false light might have occurred.[3]

In most civil law jurisdictions, defamation is dealt with as a crime rather than a tort.[4]

A person who destroys another's reputation may be referred to as a famacide, defamer, or slanderer. The Latin phrase famosus libellus means a libelous writing.

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