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Yet another piece of fan mail
After reading several copies of your paper, it is apparent
that Missy Votel’s time at the Herald has rubbed off on
The Telegraph is another Herald “rag” knock off.
I had hoped that Missy would have had more integrity and less
tabloid journalism in her veins. Maybe she could try using toilet
paper to print this paper on, otherwise it’s a waste of
a good tree.
The editorial staff of the Telegraph regrets to inform Ms. Lacey
that, while their fiber contents differ, toilet paper and newsprint
are both wood products. Thanks for writing.
A political advertising pattern
To the editor:
If you have turned on your TV, listened to the radio, read
a newspaper, answered your phone or picked up your mail anytime
in the last two or three months, then you have been subjected
to the deluge of political advertising that has been spewing
forth from every direction.
The amazing part of this is that the least expensive advertising
medium being used, i.e. newspapers, seemed to be the most informative.
If you were interested in making an intelligent decision you
could sit down and find most of the information you needed,
you could do it when you felt like it and when you were receptive
to the information. On the other hand, the most expensive advertising,
i.e. television, contained the least information, was the most
annoying and came blasting at you again, and again and again,
when all you’re trying to do is watch the weather report.
Thankfully, now that the election is over, we can get back
to the normal rash of repetitive, moronic commercials about
fast food, constipation and diarrhea medications. Hey 85 I think
I may have inadvertently hit on a pattern here, hmmm.