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2007-08-15 16:47:13 Hi Ms. O'Donnell! I just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed your English class last year, it was one of the best classes I've ever taken.
Thank you for the freedom you allow your students to express in class,
you really make people want to stand up for their beliefs! —RobertDeYager
2007-08-22 19:37:58 Nancy: I noticed you did not include August as one of the bi-monthly months for The Wedge and I do not see it posted on the SWPC website, does that mean there is no August Wedge any longer? —ScottHendler
2010-03-03 23:40:04 Nancy—for the sake of documentation, please include comments on your edits. Thank You —PeteB
2010-07-26 09:43:50 Nancy-when ever you make an edit on a page there is a spot to make a comment about the edit. —PeteB
2015-04-17 14:23:12 Nancy...yes, after having left Rochester, and then returning for a long visit - I was saddened and shocked to see the Gregory Street McGregor's closed! What a bloody shame!! As a deputy medical examiner, I often went there after a day full of doing autopsies. The burgers were great! The ambience at the bar was refreshing. The conversation was good, and it let me escape from all the murders that the local gangbangers were committing! Mike the bartender (now deceased) was always there with a cheerful smile. The owners of this pub were crazy to let this place go. The replacement bar really sucks!! But, then again, all good things ultimately come to a close. Alas, Rochester has once again shot itself in the foot! —DougShearer