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July 21, 2015

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Trevor

OMG! Is this for real? A local blogger wrote something positive about a republican!?! Since the election, the hoco political blogs have resembled misleading, negative Courtney Watson/Calvin Ball mailers. This post is quite refreshing to read. Thank you giving credit where credit is due, instead of trying to contort your words to somehow make the GOP look like bad-guys.

Tommot

The only thing many HoCo bloggers detest more than Republicans is the HCCA, but I'm not busting Marshmellow Man here. I actually think this blog is the best in the county after Wordbones' tragic blogging exodus.

I am opposed to the county getting involved in the "free" Wi-Fi business. Most people have internet service on their phones. While free wi-fi sounds nice on paper, it helps literally no one. So I think this was a swing and a miss by the executive. "Feel good" nonsense at it's "finest".

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