NYT article about Plattekill

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Brownski Brownski
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Moderation is such a slippery term really
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raisingarizona raisingarizona
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They don’t believe in blood transfusions. A paramedic friend said it was a real bummer to watch a kid die one time from a car accident that could have been saved but the parents refused a transfusion.

Anyways, that was a good article. The photo of the grassy slope is kind of lame though imo. It wouldn’t have been my first choice to run in the paper.
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Well, I guess you would need a drink or two before you knock on a stranger's door and talk to them about God.
funny like a clown
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raisingarizona wrote
The photo of the grassy slope is kind of lame though imo. It wouldn’t have been my first choice to run in the paper.
Even though it's truth in advertising about recent conditions; I agree -- a counter-intuitive select from the photo editor.
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I’m ok with that picture.  In the context of discussing the difficulty of the terrain at Platty, that picture does a good job of capturing the steepness, especially in relation to the base area, and it looks rugged.  
We REALLY need a proper roll eyes emoji!!
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From a marketing stand point, it’s not awesome for selling your product.
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