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

Published August 1, 2014 5:11 pm
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"Crows are much smarter than any human that would approve a kill season on them."

— BlackLabelSociety

commenting on the July 29 sltrib.com article, "Utah's first crow hunts approved again"

"One of the ways to break the cycle of poverty is to stop having more kids."


commenting on the July 28 E.J. Dionne column, "Ryan wraps old ideas in new clothes"

"Easy to say. Hard to do when rackets such as the Eagle Forum and Hobby Lobby are in charge of sex education and family planning."

— Jibby Jabby

commenting on the above comment

"The only thing we've accomplished with the war on drugs is to create a huge black hole to toss our tax money into that spits out random bullets once in awhile killing a kid in a driveby."

— tck62

commenting on the July 29 Tribune editorial, "Utah should do more to make cannabis extract available"

"Thank God the blogger didn't try to explain what 'homo erectus' means. Some sheltered Mormon might have had a heart attack."

— Vulcanator

commenting on the July 30 Paul Rolly column, "Blogger fired from language school over 'homophonia'"

"Drinking has gone up in Utah because the number of reasons to drink in Utah (Herbert, pollution, education, Utah Legislature, public lands grab, drill-baby-drill, etc.) has also gone up."

— 358Slacker7

commenting on the July 29 sltrib.com article, "Annual liquor sales in Utah up $20 million"




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