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Rockefeller economic sense

This will be the first time in your newspaper’s history your readers will read, experience and recall a special Aspen, Colo. flavoring, coloring and style between the lines, because when I read “Salvation Army won’t cross lines” (News-Press, Nov. 29), I said to myself, “The Salvation Army doesn’t need to lose an estimated $30,000 in holiday season donations from its kettles if the Salvation Army wised up to have me help them with my brains and my special local celebrity status.”

Hey, “‘Robert Strnod, the Salvation Army’s kettle coordinator in Glendale’, put on your high-heel boots and start strutting if you think my celebrity pull is weaker than yours!”

Any good business mind will effectively use past data and creativity in plans to overcome the supermarket picket line and cash money inflow problems. The members in The Veazy Group in Colorado in Aspen and in the Roaring Fork Valley and in Southern California in Glendale, Burbank, Beverly Hills and Woodland Hills will agree with me because I make Rockefeller economic sense in this most troubled California economy.

Strnod, just thank God you have some cash money coming from the troubled seas of Californians.

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