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However, I do thank you for the free publicity. My assessment of your newspaper is that it belongs in the grocery stands by the registers, along with the Star, The Enquirer and the other trash. Perhaps you should look into this.Georgia Vlahos
TheWeekly's staff psychic responds: (1) You don't need special powers to see the "implication" of Moxley's story. For reasons that remain unclear, the county hired Helberg to study the possibility of privatizing health care. Helberg has no obvious expertise in the subject. When Helberg completed that study, he posted it on his website alongside links to his other clients—witches, astrologers and gamblers. That's odd. (2) You're welcome to the free publicity. (3) We've checked with the grocery stores, and even they won't have us.ARBY'S IS SO MUCH MORE THAN A PLACE TO 'MEAT'
Steve made no mention of Arby's "staff entertainment value," either. Only at Arby's have I seen servers with such variety of stray hairs, crossed eyes and gapped teeth. We should thank Arby's for creating this hillbilly job-training program—otherwise, they'd be out panhandling at the Special Olympics.
There is also "Arby's Ergonomics"—putting the white sauce in a dispenser with a black label, and the red sauce in a dispenser with a white label, and the . . . no . . . wait . . . this is getting confusing. But get used to it. Some day, all restaurants will be Arby's!Sean Wagle
I'll stay home and play with my three-month-old son because that's now the place to be. My point is: I read your column to relive my youth and wish that somehow I could turn back the clock, do it right and make it last a little longer. So thanks.Lorynn Conklin