wow, if only the Journal gave this much coverage to "breaking news" when they were in Arcata. And so somehow it's a sad tragedy when a horse was spooked by something as benign as a skateboard? This animal obviously did not have the training required to handle city streets. This must be racked up to pure incompetency on the carriage driver's fault because it was no one's fault but his for using an improperly trained animal, thereby putting the public at risk. And for what? To make a buck? Screw this dude and screw the Journal for trying to spin this in OTCC's favor.
Hank cannot defend his poor writing without spewing hate. Shut up, Hank, Sue has perfectly valid points, whereas you have a perfectly hostile, defensive reply. Maybe you pushed him? Try not failing at reporting and you will not be called on the carpet for it!
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Aug 18, 2016
vol XXVII issue 33
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