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At first I was scared by what looked like “MONSANTO TODAY,” which could be a problem.
But look closer. It’s MONTESANO TODAY. On the website I thought I could find a description that would say, maybe, “Montesano is a small town named after the Sano Mountains,” but I still don’t know.
I became fascinated by the messages, not actually having a clear idea of what “conservative” really means. It doesn’t seem to be the same thing as a “conservationist.”
In one opinion piece the jobless people dependent on unemployment assistance were wholesale condemned as “slackers” in a world where “any job is better than no job,” I wondered what the source verification might be for such over-arching claims, but this went undisclosed.
However, in another editorial we heard that people unable to find employment after a certain time give up in frustration “and frankly I don’t blame them,” suggested that the message is not consistent from one opinion to another.
The statement “As everyone knows” is frequently said, yet never once regarding anything I knew, so I am not one of everyone.
If I ran these on my station I would need a matching rebuttal program to convert it into a conversation.