Get off your high horse

If you don’t like Walmart ads in the paper, go out and start your own paper. Then you can run whatever ads you like

If you don’t like Walmart ads in the paper, go out and start your own paper. Then you can run whatever ads you like.

As far as I know, the Peninsula News Review is a private business so why not stop trying to use your hatred to dictate what everyone else can do.

I enjoy reading the ads and flyers delivered to my door.  Anyone who doesn’t can have delivery easily suspended. It takes just one phone call. In the meantime, why not dismount your sanctimonious self from your high horse.

I am sure that many people here on the Peninsula are employed by Walmart as well as other Review advertisers.

Brent Fyfe

Brentwood Bay

 

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