— — A selection of reader comments from our Facebook page last week:
On a story about the community praying for a speedy recovery for Princeton Times Editor Tammie Toler:
• Prayers! Hope she has a speedy recovery! — Lynne P.
• Believing for a healing touch — Jenny M.
• Keep the faith! — Jim T.
• Hope you get better soon Tammie — Linda H.
• Praying for this wonderful lady! — Beverly W.
• Praying for Tammie, she is one great journalist and overall person — Hobert C.
On a poll question asking if college athletes should be allowed to unionize:
• No! — Henny K.
• It will end college football — David D.
• Colleges can’t continue to keep using players for their own financial gain and then leave them hanging in the breeze with huge financial burdens when they become injured ... — Harriet H.
On a poll question asking if you will play April Fools’ jokes:
• No. It’s just another day — Vicky L.
• No, I think if you tell someone something that’s not true it’s a lie — Sherry B.
• Yes! So, if you know me ... run! — Bev O.
• No, but they’re doing it to me — Julie S.
On who you would like to see perform at the Greenbrier:
• Eagles — Jason F.
• KISS — Greg T.
• Zac Brown — Jason U.
• Elvis — Nick N.
• Love and Death. Korn. Slipknot — Greg B.
• Charlie Daniels — Clifton F.
• Alabama! — Dreama H.
• Rick Springfield — Kate D.
• John Mellencamp — Betsy B.
On Facebook and Twitter tips helping police nab two men on breaking and entering charges:
• Was hoping for this. They should be ashamed! — Angel H.
• I guess social media is good for something — Larry R.
On a poll question asking what type of natural disaster you are most worried about:
• The most common ones for this area are floods and landslides, if I’m not mistaken. So those ... — Tim K.
• Sinkholes — Anthony T.
• The Republican Party — Martha M.
• None, God is with me — Lee A.
• Coal slag dam burst — Ricky W.
• Sinkholes for sure. They have zero warning or way to know their coming. Second would be a tornado — Missy W.
• Flood — Sabrina M.
• Natural disasters are much less concerning to me than man-made environmental disasters, which seem to run amuck in these parts — Haylea M.