Thursday, January 8, 2009

And the Gaylord Election begins...

As a few people have pointed out to me, the rumor is that the Tribune writers are now on a daily quota. Well, I am starting to suspect that is true. The Tribune has posted a story about signs popping up in favor of the March Prop 300 election.

Interestingly enough, earlier in the day, the headline was:

"Gaylord supporters touting project with signs"

However, before long, the headline had been changed to the much more rugged:

"Campaign for Gaylord bed-tax vote intensifies"

The story has stayed the same: The folks supporting the Gaylord project have started to put up signs and it sounds like they are doing a survey. I am not quite sure what is newsworthy here, since pretty much all campaigns do signs, but hey, the Trib promised hard hitting news every day.
I haven't seen any of the signs yet, but I'm sure they will be coming soon. From the picture, though, I do have to say they look pretty catchy... but I am easy to please. I pretty much like anything that doesn't have Rex Griswold's face or "Hogwash" on it.

3 comments:

Low Cost Insurance said...

I will be bummed if the Tribune loses Scott Bordow. He could write for any publication in the nation.


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Low Cost Insurance said...

I agree. And I've not seem much from Jerry Browne either. Did he go somewhere else?? One thing the Tribune had was excellent sports writers. They were fortunate - or the readership was fortunate!



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low cost auto insurance said...

Doesn't everyone else get tired of all these signs and they take so long to come down after elections.





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