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Reader Opinion: Making a point?

The article pointing to food assistance requested to increase the welfare of the millionaire recipient makes my blood boil. As long as we are pointing, here are some highlights contained in the article: o Curelist point made, that anyone's word m...

The article pointing to food assistance requested to increase the welfare of the millionaire recipient makes my blood boil.

As long as we are pointing, here are some highlights contained in the article:

• Curelist point made, that anyone's word means nothing.

• Nothing pointed toward any effort to live on about $300 per month food assistance.

• Stopping the experiment once approved for food assistance was granted, or shortly thereafter, was not done. So what was the point of the extended collection?

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• Pointedly wanting attention by a millionaire is presently an epidemic.

• Intentional omission of factual points concerning the process to receive food assistance.

The boiling over conclusion is failing to define what is meant to need assistance regarding one's welfare, leaves the entire situation plenty of opportunities to ridicule everyone in making a point.

Stephanie Lee

Brainerd

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