Newspaper didn't meet his standards
The Day editorial, “Use ‘Screen and Stay’ to keep kids in school,” (Nov. 11), regarding schools’ states “schools should regain the continuity in school attendance that was missing from March 2019 through most of 2020.” That is inaccurate. It should have said March of 2020. It is unfortunate that in reading The Day it is not unusual to read inaccurate information or wrong words. I would expect that in a main editorial the article would be reviewed to be sure of accuracy. In the Nov. 11 review of Oven on Bakery one of their offerings has “meet.”. I have never eaten meet before so I will definitely go there to try it. Oh picky, picky me.
Mark Twain stated that if you do not read the paper, you are uninformed and if you do read the paper you are misinformed.
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