SusJoh

SusJoh

I'm calling BS on these emails. One guy can't even properly spell the name of the city he's supposed to be visiting with his mommy, others think this decision is public policy, and one even thinks that "we don't allow the NYT in our county." None of the writers had any intention of coming…

SusJoh

Ohforcryinotloud...it's NOT a poll tax! If you have not paid your fine and/or completed all other requirements of your sentence, you are still under the custody and control of the Department of Corrections, and you are not entitled to relief from your felony status. If you don't pay your …

SusJoh

Yes, we have a fantastic growing season and access to sufficient markets, but do we have good soil for this? I hope so.

SusJoh

Perhaps his former patients and their heirs (seeing as how some died from his medical negligence) can join a class-action lawsuit against his estate. I'm sure everything has already been liquidated or otherwise protected and preserved, so lawyers won't get a nice payday if this should pre…

SusJoh

well, that's interesting...seeing as how the Citrus Chronicle is a business, JUST LIKE the NYT, the SF Examiner, The Washington Times, The NY Post, the Washington Times, the Chicago Tribune, USA Today...

SusJoh

May I ask please, how is his PERSONAL opinion "censorship?" You have print editions available at the library, why spend an additional nearly $200.00 a month for what amounts to a duplicate service?

SusJoh

Beg your pardon, but not paying over $2000.00 to have digital access to the NYT in the library is NOT censorship. IF you bothered to read the article, you would see that the print edition of the NYT is carried, so no one is "selectively denying" access to information. You really shouldn't…