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Moronic gibberish

I just finished reading a letter from Emzy Veazy weighing in on the Wheeler Opera House debate. I’d like to go on record as requesting that Mr. Veazy confine his moronic gibberish to, well, his moronic gibberish.

I’m afraid I can’t describe his literary efforts any other way, as I’ve never once been able to figure out what the hell he’s talking about.

The Wheeler is a serious community issue with far-reaching ramifications. Intelligent, productive, longtime residents, with the best interests of their town at heart, are engaged in earnest debate.



I personally don’t think that this process should be cluttered with the ranting of some fool with no place else to go. To quote G.B. Shaw, “Americans are a little confused, they think that everyone’s entitled to an opinion. That’s wrong, everyone’s entitled to a vote, people who know something are entitled to an opinion.”

Michael Cleverly




Woody Creek


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