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‘Warm-hearted deeds?’

I would like to thank the individuals who on Nov. 21 at 8:20 p.m. smashed the side view mirror on my vehicle. I know what you are trying to do, you sly dogs. You are trying to bolster the slow American economy. Out of the kindness of your hearts you are creating jobs for Americans. You are keeping the auto parts-makers busy, creating work for the local (Shop Princeton First) auto repair shops, and you’re helping keep the Princeton Police sharp and on their toes. And not to mention the people at the auto insurance  companies that are kept busy with all the claims being filed. Taking these actions at night also shows how humble you really are, not wanting to take any credit for your warm-hearted deeds. If you could have stuck around two seconds longer I would have thanked you in person. But I realize how humble you really are and would not want any credit for your noble works. I am sure you were in a hurry to get to your next opportunity — always thinking of the other guy and never yourself. Maybe you could stop by sometime when you are not as busy creating jobs, and we could have a tea together and discuss what else could be done to help our economy. I also appreciate the lesson in priorities this act has given me. Instead of spending money on bills or my 5-year-old son’s Christmas, some of my funds will be diverted toward my insurance deductible to pay for the repair of what you have broken. Any chance I could borrow a few dollars? I appreciate all you are trying to accomplish, and I am sure I speak for everyone you have bestowed your good deeds upon by saying “Thank You.” You are true Americans. God Bless!

Todd Borsch

Princeton

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