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An El Paso Times reporter just asked Max for comment.
Because it is unlikely that the comment will be published I will be kind enough to provide it to you all:
Posted at 13:51 | Permalink
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Ah yes the Press, those entitled pricks who think they are above reproach. Trump say fuck them and so do I. Fuck you Sara Sanchez.
12/28/2017 at 20:24
Ha,ha. Perfect answer, Max
12/29/2017 at 00:21
Saw Sanchez's on line Times article and it was good to see that she did give you credit.
Something that paper should really look at is student attendance. Except for student attendance levels at Eastwood, all other high school campuses are under capacity. Unfortunately the Times is very selective in its coverage of topics relating to local government, so it does not cover at lot of things in this city.
From critical blog comments others too must share a low opinion of that paper. But hey, it's not the reader's job to make a paper great, that is the job of the reporters' and their managers of that business establishment.
Old Fart |
12/29/2017 at 09:00
Old Fart, This is not about credit. The EP Times has been covering for certain elected officials for a very long time.
12/29/2017 at 10:27
Hey Harriet, without the press, the USA is completely fucked. You skipped your civics lessons to go sniff glue or what? Get a clue.
Felix Sommerfeld |
12/29/2017 at 12:27
Felix. So what? They’re the goddamn clergy now? Give me a break. They aren’t saints. They’re paid assholes that do what their editors tell them. If they thought for themselves, bob Moore would have been gone years ago and Jose, Veronica and Susie would be where they belong. Out of office.
12/29/2017 at 18:36
Hell Rhonda, sorry you don't like my post, but it was 'refreshing' to see Max given credit for this issue he surfaced some time back.
Was out of town and noticed that city's USA Today related newspaper was as bad as the local Times. At one time that out of town paper had been pretty decent, so the decline was noticeable. Guess it's a common trend with these grouped newspapers today. Bias and one sided reporting is a common refrain I continue to hear from people who no longer desire to take a paper. Angry shoppers (and readers) are using their feet and not spending money to read biased, one sided bull shit.
Old Fart |
12/29/2017 at 20:34
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