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Globe Energy Services is accepting applications for Vacuum truck driver operator and Winch truck driver operator for Karnes City terminal, competitive pay and great benefits. For more information call 830-400-2717. All interviews must be scheduled and must be preformed in person.
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Aleta Worden  
La Vernia, TX  
July 16, 2012 8:08am
Alvin - "Up until 1978 the LDS taught its memberstht black people were lazy, loathsome and filthy. Mitt Romney grew to adulthood with this being taught to him." Untrue. Get your facts straight. As a Mormon for the past 50+ yrs, including those before 1978, I can tell you NEVER EVER has the church taught or implied that any member of society regardless of color are "stupid, lazy or loathsome."
Matilda - You are simply ignorant of the facts. Try researching yourself as to what the LDS church believes on The church has over 14.4 million members (4th largest in America). The LDS church was one of the First responders after Hurricane Rita, even before the Red Cross, and was more organized than any other group there. They also asked members to travel to New Orleans (on their own dime) to help with the clean up. The church continues to give humanitarian assistance all over the world no matter the races or religion.
Prairie - Well said!
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