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Just so we all know, the blog below was a follow up to a guest commentary written by Bill McMullan. Unless there are 2 (two) Fossils, which I doubt, we can all see that Mr. McMullan is, in fact, Fossil. The fact that anyone would hide behind a psuedonym is unforgivable and cowardice.You can all confirm who wrote this blog. Just click on Fossil (above) and find this date and time. Then read the subject Guest Commentary.Now that we have confirmed that Mr. McMullan is Fossil, we can really start having some historical fun.Ed Issler
March 7, 2009 8:09 a.m. Suggest removal Reply to this post Written on Guest Commentary: Electric Municipalization - The answers and the real questions:deltarome: The only point I was trying to make is that every subscriber of LCEC has preconceived notions or attitudes about the service and cost of this utility. Attitudes that favors one way of feeling or acting over any other is bias. Attitudes are the result of personal learned experiences that individuals relate to. The world is not run on "facts" alone. It is run by people. People relate to their learned personal experiences or attitudes to make decisions. Just how would Mr. Gibson erase those attitudes or bias from the member's mind? Cannot be done.
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