If you have something to say, say it in a Letter to the Editor.

To insure it is published in your favorite paper, make sure you make it clear that you are against something.

I have found out that being for something won't get much space in the paper … or not printed at all.

Your letter should be long and rambling and bear a name that is often seen in the paper … full of interesting facts, or not so interesting facts. That's the Editor’s choice.

Sometimes you can write like you are a goofus and get published … it might make humorous reading and that is a blessing in a world of sadness and distress.

If you're reading this letter in the paper, that's proof that what I'm saying is so … or partly so.

If you don't see this in the paper, I'm the only one who knows I'm dead right.

My ultimate advise when writing letters to the Editor: KEEP 'EM COMING!

Don Stephens