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April 07, 2009

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rhoeg

There is a similar effort to save the Star Tribune (Minneapolis paper). Apparently the effort for the STRIB only wants 100% friendly comments. I left a comment which was 100% professional but challenged some of the business propositions, and it was deleted. Apparently in the case of the Minnesota paper open dialogue only means wanting people who love the paper to comment. Oh well ... good luck with the Globe. I read it during my college days at Dartmouth. Here is the url for the Minnesota effort ... http://savethestrib.com/strib/

Robert E Kelly

Farmer Bob, a voice crying from a nearby rural area with modern conveniences, has posted his thoughts on Saving the Boston Globe in his latest blog entry at rekording.blogspot.com.

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