White, 65 year old retired woman with deep roots in the Stanford University, Cal Berkeley, Los Altos Hills, San Mateo, Burlingame, Hillsborough, and San Francisco…
Correction to my previous comment: Chris Haire's 9/19/2013 article. However much I believe that Chris H. might be enlightened, I know that he can't see the future!
Ned Hill, now having read for the fourth time your 10/17/2013 response to my 10/16/2013 comment to Chris Haire's 10/19/2013 article, I can only conclude that you don't want me or my friends -- with all of our millions -- to step foot on your state's tennis courts or golf courses. So sad for you in that we won't.
Ned Hill, I do not live in looney liberal land. These many months later, I am astonished to read your overly long and overly wrought response to my comment. In the meantime, you seem to me to be of a kind which is not a compliment and I don't smoke anything.
Hi Chris, sorry I am late to the game here. Your article is/was excellent as always. I hope you are following the 200 plus comment thread currently active on their FB page in response to the Post and Courier's 19 Dec call thereon for "story of the year" nominations. Also, check out the comments to a www.markobbie.com blog post re the recent article about the latest Veronica custody/adoption case twist that Obbie wrote for a national lawyer mag rag. Over my many years of being old, retired, sedentary, with time to kill, I have followed many topics as reported in both old and new journalism, and I must say this Veronica story appears to have a "hot story" staying power that is unprecedented. I look forward to you, Sam Spence, Andrew Knapp, and Dave Munday acing a Charlestonian, South Carolinian soft shoe, barbershop quartet, and Robbie Robbertson inspired musicale ala The Last Waltz at Winterland, for V's coming of age party, which, given the Adoptive Couple Capobianco's background bent, I would guess to be thrown about the time of her sweet sixteen birthday. So my advice to you four is this: start writing the songs, audition the talent, and practice, practice, practice as we all know that same, accompanied by mindless repetition, makes perfect. Right?
Chris, as always, you are right on target.
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