Nice article. I listen to Radiolab too.
They? You mean the guy who owns is? Or the Matt the bartender?
Man you guys really HATE Sean. I mean, that deuche must be a REAL DEUCHE BAG! Seriously fuck yeah. I can tell you HATE that fucking douche by the explosive language. Sean must be a real fucker. I mean "Jesus Fucking Christ, I bet HE ACTUALLY FUCKED CHRIST!
Oh and by the way......F U C K!!!!
I said editor. You must like the Journal. It's fitting 'cause you obviously don't read.
@Ryan Burns: "Some teen girls “feel good about” doing drugs and being recklessly promiscuous" Do you really want to stand by that statement?
Also the fact that you, the "Acting Editor" of this publication can not crop a photo, take a good one or hire someone who can points to the poor quality the North Coast Journal routinely produces.
Seems you are more inclined to bicker with readers on these comment pages than do what it takes to produce a quality paper.
Prob shouldn't bother anyway. Print's dead - right? Wonder why.
My gosh. Reading about the KSLG interview finally sent me to their website to hear it. I was expecting something strange to happen during the interview, but was still shocked by the combative approach Abate took.
First off, calling KSLGs "readers" stupid for not knowing the ins and outs of North Coast Journal drama. I didn't know anything about it Tom. Am I stupid?
Tom. You came off as unhinged.
I'm listening to the interview right now. The DJ has been beaten back - is he still in the room?
You got your soap box Abate. 5 or so minutes of non interview. "powerful stuff!"
Ah, THAT'S what the Journal means when they say hybrid journalism, advertising built right in to their stories.
I'm pretty sure at least one of the "players" mentioned in the story works at Blue Lake.
Bring back Sims! At least he had enough dignity not to be blatantly bought.
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Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
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