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robertm748: You mean without warning, apart from the very first paragraph of his review???
Yes Duncan, it has to do with the local connection to this publication's primary readership. Although I'd quibble about something being "buried" in the masthead.
Having practiced criminal law as a prosecutor and criminal defense attorney for 18 years, I'm not in favor of this amendment.
Afraid not, Elizabeth89.
Michael: Well, the full value he was getting for a scholarship and degree from Duke was probably still somewhat more than your estimate of what his contract plus Rice tuition might have been. But, there were also the other reasons Ibeagha spoke about, included in the article, that amount to more than testing his value.
Daniel: Value is certainly subjective, but during the months the RailHawks play four games, that works out to about $1.25 per match. That hardly seems unreasonable. As I wrote, this move needs to go hand-in-hand with an improvement in production quality, etc. Fortunately, Carolina's home webcasts are among the best in the league. The league has made plenty of missteps, but I don't regard an improved web presence and placing value on your product as one of them.
You're correct, Timothy. Correction made. Thanks for reading!
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