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Tucson Portland-ized? It should be so fortunate

Guest opinion: What’s the biggest danger facing Arizona’s second city? According to Roger Yohem, writing in Inside Tucson Business, it is that the Old Pueblo will become Portland-ized. It should be so fortunate.... Read more»

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May 1, 2012, 9:30 am
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This piece is poorly-written, inarticulate, and most of it was hard to follow. I don’t know if this guy was contradicting himself or if he was just all over the place in some drug-induced stupor. To the best of my knowledge the Sentinel has never before published a piece by this Talton guy, and until he learns to write better I hope he’s never published here again.

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May 1, 2012, 10:44 am
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He’s been a newspaper columnist since the ‘90s.  Perhaps you just don’t like what he says?

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May 1, 2012, 12:04 pm
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Joan said:

     
     
Heís been a newspaper columnist since the Ď90s.  Perhaps you just donít like what he says?

Perhaps you can research that in my 500 whatever it is comments here, this is the first time I’ve chided someone for being inarticulate…and FAR from the first time I have disliked something someone wrote.

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