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Jason Blosser

Truth be told, we only get the Sunday paper because my wife wants the coupons, and I want the Best Buy or Menard's ad. We don't read the Journal because it is terribly biased. There are thousands of web sites where we can go get the information we want...when we want.

Newspapers need to face this changing reality and adapt or go under. Plain and simple.

As for the "free Friday and Saturday paper" with our Sunday paper? They go straight to recycling unless I'm particularly upset with the tree huggers that week. In that case, they go in the trash or my campfire kindling pile. They sure don't get read. What a waste.

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