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New owner of Stockton landmark attends board meeting

April 20, 2013

STOCKTON — James Bensink, the new owner of the Stockton Grill and Tavern (formerly the Stockton Hotel), attended the recent meeting of the Stockton Town Board....

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Donnar

Apr-22-13 4:39 PM

"I'm always suspicious of those wearing their "patriotism" on their sleeves, so to speak."

Now that's a level of stupid I've not yet heard from you Christopher. Your possibilities are obviously endless!

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Roadglide

Apr-21-13 6:41 PM

Christopher blah blah blah. Who are these bikers with all these insignias you speak of. I seem to think you'd be the odd ball out in this group. And what's wrong with showing support for ones country mr.... Vet. Better sign up for that psych test to have ur six shooter and shot gun taken away

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225522

Apr-21-13 9:46 AM

Cut the BS. Good for the prople opening a business. Leave your comments about being a patriot out of the issue. Don't like it don't go. It's his money he is investing.

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Christopher

Apr-21-13 7:43 AM

This is America, and I'm exercising my right of Free Speech, just being "Patriotic". Ok, I'll be straightforward, no sarcasm now, I think a person starting a new business is pretty stupid to make the statement he made which might irritate some people who might have gone to his restaurant. I did my duty when called, so I guess I'm as patriotic as many who identify themselves as that yet only cheer from the sidelines.. Many of those on the sidelines, calling themselves that, are full of dog leavings, like the basic training bikers with all the military ins and patches, or God forbid, Tea Party types. I'm always suspicious of those wearing their "patriotism" on their sleeves, so to speak.

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1Laona

Apr-20-13 11:16 PM

Paul,for being a vet you seem to be off point.Not a jab or a cheap shot but I just don't see your point of view on this one.

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Christopher

Apr-20-13 9:14 PM

Roadglide, say what you really mean. Some of you are way too easy and predictable.

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popawheelie

Apr-20-13 7:11 PM

GOOD LUCK !

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joew

Apr-20-13 1:45 PM

You failed to mention a 10% discount if you have have a concealed carry permit Christopher!

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Roadglide

Apr-20-13 12:31 PM

Here not too long ago with the bs arrest of the man in silver creek on the safe act I disagreed with you and you pretty much said you have ur own thoughts, beliefs, etc. here is some one trying to make a go of a business and he's patriotic. So mr vet you make a statement like this. Wait for it you Christopher are a flipping moron after all!! I definitely am thankful for the safe act because I hope they check ur Brain level and take ur guns away. Then i will feel safe.

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Christopher

Apr-20-13 9:14 AM

"I don't like people who aren't Patriotic"? What are you going to do, make all your customers recite the Pledge of Allegiance before they can eat? Swear an oath of loyalty? Show voter registration cards for The Tea Party? Just curious.

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