On if there should be restrictions on students bringing homemade treats to school:
• ... one restriction, you have to bring enough for the whole class. Worked real well when I was in school, still works today — Rick T.
• No. That is ridiculous, as long as the total class is treated on special occasions ... — Lynn C.
• It is easier and less expensive if you can make them and take them in, but it is more sanitary if it is bought from a store ... — Sharon R.
• One must think of the children with food allergies — could be deadly — Karen G.
On a witness testifying to arranging sexual encounters with a child and sending child porn during the trial of a Mercer County man facing multiple charges:
• This makes me sick to my stomach — Linda M.
• Who does this stuff!? What’s wrong with people!? They need to be castrated and then stoned to death! No excuse for this! — Debbie N.
• Disgusting pieces of trash! I pray for peace for the victims involved in this ... — Angie B.
• God required the death penalty in the Old Testament. This is why — Janis D.
On if you agree with the decision by CVS to stop selling tobacco products:
• No. Because they’re losing money and it’s not like people won’t buy elsewhere — Nicolette B.
• Yes! — Jessica P.
• No! — Drema A.
• Yep, but they sell beer ... Is that healthy? — Greg B.
• It is their business and they have the freedom to make that choice — Neal V.
On testimony in the preliminary hearing of a former church volunteer facing sex crimes:
• Remains free on bond? You have got to be kidding me! — Chandra S.
• They should castrate him! — Debbie N.
• They have to prove him guilty. Yes, this is sickening! — Christa M.
On a story about a fire at Princeton Towers:
• Good job Princeton firefighters — Deborah B.
On your favorite winter Olympic sport?
• Figure skating — Cheryl H.
• None. I’m not a fan of the Olympics — Kathy W.
• Sleeping through it or finding something more constructive to do — Joseph L.
On when you normally file your state and federal tax returns:
• Last day possible! — Leah P.
• April, before the 15th — Debbie N.