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As a local business owner, I have considered advertising in The Source, but I have always chosen to advertise in other forms of media, due

As a local business owner, I have considered advertising in The Source, but I have always chosen to advertise in other forms of media, due to the fact that I would be afraid that my ad would be next to an advertisement for a strip club or dating service. After reading the editor's response to Jennifer's letter in this week's Source, I have decided not to read this paper anymore. Jennifer has a valid concern and the response was defensive and rude. The stories in the magazine are just extensions of advertisements and the best of the Source winners seem to be whoever buys the biggest ads throughout the year.

Todd Konwinski

You're So Bad

I just picked up the "Fall Style" issue; I do not know if I should laugh or cry!

You guys are so bad at what you do, it is a shame!

The fact that you would talk down to an offended reader (Jennifer) made me want to slap all of you!

Is it that Stars pays every week to advertise? hmmmmmm?



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