Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Columns

November 11, 2013

Bills, Internet, movies, more

(Continued)

— — On a story about a new movie rating system in Sweden that will not give a film an “A” without a strong female character:

• Another example of PC run amok — Bill S.

• That actually sounds like a good idea! They should also lose points for racial stereotyping — we need to get to where we have some quality movies! — Dave H.

On a poll question asking how you would rate your Internet service:

• Poor — Mabel C.

• Very poor — Robin P.

• Slow — Jerry C.

• Embarrassing. The United States used to lead the world in Internet speed and now we’re not even in the top 10 — Joe H.

• Don’t ask after being without for a week — Judy M.

• Pitiful — Heather W.

• Oh Lord, don’t even get me started, lol — Rob R.

On six people being charged with stealing guns from a West Virginia police department:

• Good Lord — Drema A.

On if you agree with the FDA’s decision to eliminate trans fat from the nation’s food supply:

• Yes! They are so bad for you ... — Chrissy C.

• ... I agree with you they are bad, but I think it’s up to each person what they want to eat ... — Darlene F.

On a drug bust in Princeton that yielded crack, pot and prescription narcotics:

• On the job! — Charlene L.

• Two thumbs up! — Scott H.

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