I really enjoyed the article featuring Kerry and Robin Dunaway and their farm. Would you please forward this to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. There is a man there who needs to read it.
He is of the belief that no American has ever done such as this on their own. Santa knows millions of folks who have worked hard without any help from anyone to fulfill their dreams. The Dunaway’s are two of them.
-- Tommy Parker
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The stinger strikes
Despite being on opposite ends of the political spectrum, I find myself wanting to extend empathy and comfort to Frank Gadbois for the relentless, but very polite drubbing, he suffered at the hands of the masterful writer-engineer, Arthur D. Brook (“Brook versus Gadbois” Dec. 22). In his ever clever self, Brook has once again shown us that the stingers of a Georgia Tech Yellow Jacket are unmatched in suppressing their prey, while at the same time uncovering the truth.
-- Spyros N. Dermatas
Do black lives matter?
Even though this comment is pointing out the obvious, doesn’t the slogan “ Black Lives Matter” ring a little hollow after the shootout which left at least three young black men dead at a nightspot in Macon. The community should be outraged, but I have not seen the first protest or angry demonstration. Perhaps the loss of these lives does not matter after all.
-- Charles M. (Toby) Hill