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What in the world was the bottom half of page B4 in Thursday's paper supposed to be? A bit of comic entertainment? Huge pictures of two food items, said to be contest winners, but no recipes. Then a corner filled with old recipes that could be lo...

What in the world was the bottom half of page B4 in Thursday's paper supposed to be? A bit of comic entertainment? Huge pictures of two food items, said to be contest winners, but no recipes. Then a corner filled with old recipes that could be looked up on the internet. Strange. Certainly if you needed to fill a large area you should be able to find something that was at least somewhat interesting or educational. Perhaps the Lost Italian's anniversary would best be lost in your round file-meaning of course the wastebasket.

Carol Joan Campbell

Brainerd

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