December 23rd, 2013 at 6:38 PM ^

I'm not sure I even know anybody who actually gets a newspaper delivered anymore.  I'm an old fart, and even I finally had to come to terms with the fact that they were more a waste of paper and ink than anything else. The newspapers just piled up, unopened and unread.

03 Blue 07

December 23rd, 2013 at 6:03 PM ^

Same. I'm not "over it," and won't ever be. I'll never buy the Free Press, or even give them a pageview. It's the only power I have as a consumer, and you're damn right I'm using it. 


December 23rd, 2013 at 6:12 PM ^

That was a pretty good read. 

I hate the freep for what they did. I clicked through and read without noticing it was a freep article because I have a bit of a buzz and didn't process all of the information provided by the op. Still a good read. 

Mabel Pines

December 23rd, 2013 at 6:31 PM ^

He was so gracious when we met him, posing for pictures and soooo polite.  What a fantastic guy.  Can't wait for the "Where are they now" in 10 years on Jeremy!


December 23rd, 2013 at 6:32 PM ^

Gallon makes a good point about having both a father and a mother around as role models to help him avoid the pitfalls of growing up in a community beset with problems of poverty, crime, and drugs, but I especially enjoyed this comment by his father:

“That’s the way we brought them up, the way we brought them all up,” Chris Gallon said. “It’s not hard at all if you’re a good parent.”