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Hitting the trifecta

Published June 9, 2013 5:10 pm
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In "Gun-toting Utah teachers to parents: Your kids safe with us" (Tribune, May 19), Paul Smith, a junior high teacher in Davis County, stated that teachers packing heat show more patience and control, and to top it off, they are "more trustworthy … because we've got that constant check on our moral compass."

By displaying arrogance, hubris and fear all at the same moment, Smith has brought multitasking to an entirely new level.

Greg Martin Hose

Stansbury Park




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