Shame. How many will the Journal lose before getting rid of thou who shalt leave, Judy?
The clock is ticking, Abate.
goes to show that anyone can be the editor of the North Coast Journal
A huge loss for the Journal.
This article should be retitled by its creator "NEW NCJ Editor skips coverage of local event in favor of beer and talking mostly about himself." I'm no Tea Bagger, but I am interested to know what my fellow citizens see in them. I thought this story would be Mr. Abate's first stab at reporting in the Journal, but I was instead met by his arrogance seeping through the page. No new news there.
Here's an idea, Tom, stop prancing about the county pretending you are Fromboldt and spend your time building a bunker on your land where you can hide and protect yourself from all of the (apparently single) "leftie moms" that sat around drinking raw milk and collectively made the decision to not vaccinate their children (I'm one of them, RUNNNN!, aggghhhh). While you're at it, use your BIG NAME contacts in the Bay Area to reach Sarah Palin and see if she will do an interview with John, KSLG's "stupid listeners" would love to here what she has to say about the gotcha media techniques he used to get poor, old you to spill your story on the air. Oh wait, nobody asked you, let alone coerced you to tell your sob story until you angrily blurted it out 7 minutes into the interview.
Tom Abate, you don't have the first clue what it means to be a part of this community and you never will.
Judy Hodgson, you seriously misjudged your readership. You stabbed a loyal employee in the back after six years. Neither of those show respect for the community. Unfortunately for you, the Journal doesn't have stupid readers, KSLG doesn't have stupid listeners, and Humboldtians (not Humboldters, Tom) are intelligent, caring people that recognize your mistake. Fix it.
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