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Re: “Cyborgs at work,” on Thursday’s Mind & Body page: I hope the people implanting microchips into themselves remember to moo loudly each time they use them. The moo is to remind them that they are really just livestock to … more
Let’s begin by giving Roy credit for one heckuva coaching job over the past two years and credit to one of the most resilient teams he has ever coached. Roy knows you can have success by building a team of players who will stay in school. … more
Many left, far-left and the uber-left believe that climate change is our major national security problem. Climate change has been around for millions upon millions of years. Climate change is what has formed the surface of the earth that we live on … more
Trump’s team is confused and in chaos because the New York Times and CNN don’t know what his next move is. Uh huh. In 1944, radio and the Chicago Tribune didn’t know where or when the Normandy invasion would take … more
The mean-spirited comments and personal insults contained in some letters to the editor legitimize John Wright’s argument (“Frequent letter writers deter civil discourse,” April 5.) Such letters are no more than ad hominem insults … more
In response to Joe Weaver’s column of Saturday April 8, I can only say, while in theory I support his opinion, in practice there is another consideration. Parents and coaches, listen up! All six years I coached at the recreation center, my … more
I would like to thank The Wilson Times and Drew C. Wilson for the coverage they provided of the Wilson County 4-H Livestock Show and Sale. This year’s event was another success with 89 4-H’ers showing their livestock projects. The … more
Re: “Instead of complaining about letters, join the discussion,” April 10: In complete and grateful agreement with the April 7 letter Mr. Hinson complains about, I am directing my “disgust to the Wilson Times” in … more
Why, why, why would you close a medical office like Southeastern Medical Oncology Center of Wilson? We, the people, or patients, need this office badly. This office is convenient to the patients who are going for treatment of cancer and other … more
Re: “Frequent letter writers deter civil discourse,” April 5: If it wasn’t so sad, your letter would be comical. You think it would be a good idea to limit individuals to a small number of published letters during a given … more
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