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Re: “Keurig Dr Pepper to Lay Off 118 Vermont Employees

What a sad story, this company. Such great beginnings until corporate greed spread through it like a cancer. Those who sold out over the past dozen or so years made a lot of $$$$$$$$$ but the company's slide into corporate evil is on their hands.

The coca-cola guy was the kiss of death with his cultural infection and that was where Vermont soul left the corpus. I was a small stockholder and the stockholder meetings were an exhibition of hubris and nonsense.

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Posted by Kathy on 10/26/2018 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Blood, Sweat and Shears: This Benson Sheep Farm Produces an Unusual Crop

This is twisted.

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Posted by Kathy on 08/15/2018 at 2:37 PM
Posted by Kathy on 02/20/2018 at 8:38 AM

Re: “Under the Radar: Themes From the Vermont Political Beat

When all was said and done, the tortoise won the race.

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Posted by Kathy on 12/28/2017 at 11:22 AM

Re: “Johnson Denounces Vermont House Democrats' Twitter 'Name-Calling'

Isn't responding to frustration with hate speech something ike fcking for virginity?

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Posted by Kathy on 12/15/2017 at 8:07 AM

Re: “How Three Photographers View a Changing Vermont

I've much enjoyed the work of all three photographers. I'm not sure how Peter Miller's "Vermont Farm Women" escaped mention here as its images and the lives depicted are a rare and beautiful appreciation of those Vermont women who have held up half of our farm sky.

I was moved by Peter Miller's VTDigger commentaries as well; they have remained in my thoughts and won't leave. Vanishing Vermonters - joining what I fear to be a vanishing Vermont. The generations who can carry this heritage forward are hard at work here right now, but like their predecessors they are usually found where they work and live and they aren't easily visible. I hope today's citified and suburban as well as countrified Vermonters know how important their more rural counterparts are to our days ahead. What is old will be new...and more important than ever.

These books and these people have something for all of us.

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Posted by Kathy on 12/06/2017 at 2:51 PM

Re: “Forgotten Victims? Sentencing Reveals Herring Family's Pain

Thanks for filling in the background that most of us haven't heard.

We have a way to go to understand where our fellow Vermonters are coming from. I suggest we try to befriend people both up and down our social rung, so as to expand our understanding and maintain empathy in a world so divided.

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Posted by Kathy on 11/25/2017 at 2:17 PM

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