It Says I Gotta Read It But Do I Really Gotta? | Eastern North Carolina Now

    The Gwinnett Daily Post is a small newspaper in my County of Gwinnett, GA. They do not know everything like the Atlanta Journal Constitution but they try.

    I like to read the Gwinnett Daily Post but recently I found myself in a real pickle.

    As I was looking through it I saw an article that had a grey box at the top that was labeled, MUST READ. This got me to thinking...

  • Is there a Federal Law passed by the U.S. Congress requiring me to read such articles?
  • I am not sure why I am required by law to read an article headlined...Oldest living person credits longevity to raw eggs, independence...or...'Jeopardy!' contestant dies of cancer before her show airs...or...Secret Santa pays off $64K in layaway at Pa. Walmart...or...Hundreds of snow geese die in toxic pit they thought was a lake.
  • I feel very uneasy as I waver on the precipice of whether I should or really have to read such articles.
  • If I do not read these MUST READ articles, would "they" know?
  • If "they" would know, how would "they" know?
  • Are "they" watching us as we read newspapers?
  • Are "they" watching me as I peck out this Foolishness?

    It has started to get the best of me. To be on the safe side, I now read all these articles. Better safe than sorry, I always say.

    Would I kid you?
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( February 7th, 2017 @ 2:30 am )
You are both wrong. Alex is wrong too.

It is not important to know real stuff anymore. I am finding that out everyday now.
( February 6th, 2017 @ 10:42 am )
Commercials are Social Engineering propaganda. What was the question?
SSgtsouth said:
( January 24th, 2017 @ 3:08 pm )
You need to quit being so inquisitive and just read what is put before you!

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