How Can Someone Take The
Merchant’s Marketer Of SW Fl Seriously
Opinion – Editorial by Anthonie P. Barrett
Special to The Lehigh Acres Gazette
How can someone take the Merchant’s Marketer of SW Fl seriously when in their own Opinion-Editorial Policy printed on bottom of page 2 and 3 in their September 2013 edition has 3rd grade English mistakes and misspelled words.
Is it a “real newspaper” ……..since they do not follow the set printing and editing standards of the Associated Press?
Oh, By the way they charge you to put in a OP-ED or Letter to the Editor in the Merchant’s marketer of SW FL no “real newspaper” does this.
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Lt blue – no real newspaper would ask you for this per “AP Standards”
Purple – no one talks like this
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