Over the years, Iíve written a lot of letters to the newspaper. Some get printed and some donít. Too political, too racial or I mentioned names. Push the boundaries of the news. A lot of times Iíve written things I wish I could take back. Once you hit the ďsendĒ key, itís too late. Hey, how are you suppose to know what you can say or not say?
Iím just a person who has always said what has been on my mind. Some agree and some not. Am I alone? Probably not.
Almost everyone has a computer now days. Write the newspaper and express yourself. Complain about my letters, which happens often. Write a good joke or a riddle. Just donít sit around keeping your thoughts to yourself. Youíll pick up that paper and see your name in print.
I donít read the Page newspaper each week. I stopped that after a black man was killed in our park on a Friday and our citizens didnít find out about it until the next Wednesdayís newspaper.
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