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Brand Selvia

Meeting Sen. Braun is another connection made

Posted Wednesday, February 19, 2020, at 12:20 PM
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  • Dude, I'm sorry that you have been trolled so much... some comments left that are obviously just trying to be outrageous and stir you up. You can't focus so much on trolls and haters.

    I'm just noticing that's three blogs in a row that are upset about some comment, you are feeling attacked, and I'm sorry if any comment I make contributes to that. If someone wants you to ask tough questions or do investigative journalism and you don't want to, then don't! It's okay! Just try to ignore crazy stuff and be professional, be serious, be funny! (not saying you aren't, ok?) Stay tough, Peace

    -- Posted by Raker on Wed, Feb 19, 2020, at 6:04 PM
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    "...that both of us come out of Wabash..." = bad grammar/language. Present tense instead of past tense.

    "...Again, I'm not here to dig up dirt on someone that you don't like." (you in italics) = reads as personal/petty.

    Your article covering the visit was well written. Last critique aside about embedded hyperlinks (again, it seems to be a modern day media thing), I think you would've been well justified in using a hyperlink back to your article at this point: "I felt it was a productive interview", just to give a good point of reference without rewriting it in your blog.

    You're getting better.

    -- Posted by dreadpirateroberts on Thu, Feb 20, 2020, at 10:21 AM
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