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...the news story itself. I think the comments would show a lot of people are just tired of the paper's partisan slant on what is supposed to be straight news. Go back to real reporting.
For a sign of what's wrong, one need only look at the caption under the photo of the airplane that crashed into the Hudson on Thursday. "It was 20 degrees, one of the coldest day's of the season there." I imagine the paper once employed proofreaders but nowadays relies on spellcheck.
Once again another long established business is ruined by the internet. Why subscribe to the paper when you get it free online. One should need a newspaper subscription to get an online account and read comments. The internet is slowly destroying American business and morality.
In this case, the logical progression of moral bankruptcy.
It's funny that many of the liberal policies that the Strib endorses (empowerment of unions, etc) may end up causing its own undoing.
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