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The Commentariat: A sampling of reader comments posted on sltrib.com

Published March 1, 2014 1:01 am
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"I don't care what he calls it. Fishbait is fishbait."

— Jibby Jabby

commenting on the Feb. 26 sltrib.com article, "Rural Utah trout farm produces high-end caviar"

"I'm not sure who is writing the editorials at the Trib these days. Seems like the person is using a lot more inflammatory language designed to curry favor with conventional Trib Libs, rather than engage in constructive dialogue."

— sgallen

commenting on the Feb. 27 Tribune editorial, "Refusing Medicaid expansion is a dreadful idea"

"I have always enjoyed the [Sports Illustrated] swimsuit issue, though perhaps not as much as my husband and sons do. The human body can be beautiful and it has never made me jealous that I am not a 10 and they are, nor does it bother me that I am middle aged (as long as I live to be 130)."

— DesertDancer

commenting on the Feb. 25 State of the Debate blog entry, "Remember heterosexuality? It can still be controversial, too"

"Are you still pole dancing at 65?'


commenting on the above comment

"Only for my husband."

— Desertdancer

commenting on the above comment

"So more were girls, eh? My wife wouldn't be surprised. She always said that it's tougher to get a guy to commit."

— rutylou

commenting on the Feb. 28 sltrib.com article, "Majority of same-sex couples who married in Utah were lesbian"




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