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Feedback from April 25 and Beyond 

Readers sound off on Bigfoot's existence, or lack thereof, Democrats in Utah and living the buffet lifestyle.

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"I, for one, believe."

Cover story, April 25,

"Wild Thing"
You know, I've lived in Washington my whole life (55 years) and I hear more about Bigfoot from other states than I do living here. SMH. Seriously folks, it doesn't exist.
Diane Armstrong
Via Facebook

There's a Bigfoot podcast? Oh I'm listening to that!
Virgil Glass
Via Twitter

Thanks for using my art. I, for one, believe.
Gerry Swanson
Via Instagram

I, for one, appreciate your serious treatment of this subject. You applied an investigative journalist's eye to a matter widely relegated to tabloid status. The result is an informative, as well as entertaining, series.
Gunnar Monson
Founder, The Sasquatch Coffee Co.

News, April 25, "When the Dems Come Marching In"

I miss the old Democratic party. The one that was more about issues that affect people's lives, not hashtag movements tied to corporations.
Matt Morris
Via Facebook

The Democrats are 100% going to lose, they have too many people running, the party is too divided, while Trump has unity behind him with the Republicans. End of story, we can try again next go 'round morons.
Eneix Taylor
Via Facebook

They have some work to do. It'll take some effort to undo a lifetime of brainwashing.
Randall VonGreg
Via Facebook

We can count on Mitt Romney to campaign for [Sen. Elizabeth Warren].
Kerry Knowles
Via Facebook

Dine, April 25,

"The King and I"
[King Buffet is] one of my favorite places to eat.
Miranda Ann Redhouse
Via Facebook

This buffet is one of the few things I'll actually miss about Utah.
John Henry
Via Facebook

Opinion, April 4, "Utah and Somalia: Not so Different"
Let people decide for themselves when they are old enough. Stop attempting to force children to fit into a box! People deserve the right to the body they were born with. If they want to question whether they should be "fixed" or not, they can choose after they reach the age of consent. This includes all genital customizations as well as psychological manipulations.
John Adkison

Online news post, April 28, "Avengers: Endgame and the Three-Hour Quest for Oscar Recognition"
Depends on the Oscar, but yes, I think it could.
Virgil Glass
Via Twitter

Dear Editor:
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Jane Fraser,
President, the Stuttering

Toros in the Atmosphere
Whether you consider it cultural appropriation or a "cultural upset," the Mormon-run Brigham Young University dance team, the Cougarettes, won the hip-hop championship last month. And they accomplished this with very few African-Americans on the campus and none on the dance team.
Very respectfully,
Michael Barrett
Via CW comments

Online news post, May 1, "Mitt Goes to the Middle East"

A more productive trip would have had Mitt taking a car ride through the Salt Lake Valley to see what he could do for his struggling constituents. He is not paid to trot around the globe and hob knob with global leaders.
Gussy Holm
Via CW comments

Hope he doesn't come back.
Kerry Knowles
Via Facebook

He's going to Moab?
Virgil Glass
Via Twitter

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