Posted by westsider, a resident of the Highland Oaks neighborhood, on Sep 2, 2008 at 10:42 pm
Hey 'iwastheretoo' I was going to say something mean like "Oh my gosh, the sun just disappeared a few hours ago. Must be a conspiracy. Probably the 'Weekly' was behind it. Oooooh, mysterious." But that would have been mean, huh? And it might have shown a little lack of knowledge on my part. Good thing I figured it out before I posted a ridiculous comment, don't you think?
I believe an apology to the 'Weekly' would be polite, as well.
Posted by Doo Doo, a resident of the Valley Trails neighborhood, on Sep 3, 2008 at 9:45 am
DON"T APOLOGIZE..... The "weakly" is known for having an agenda. When the blogs go in a direction that the "weakly" doesn't like...it gets moved, lost, or adjusted. When the talks heat up and politics are in question... don't be surprised for uncle Jeb to come in and "put them back in order"....
This is a public forum, and its for us (the public) to gather info and share opinions...For you guys to ask them for an apology on a proposed question (not even their opinion) is absurd...
Posted by Stacey, a resident of the Amberwood/Wood Meadows neighborhood, on Sep 3, 2008 at 10:23 am
The problem is that we don't know from where the "Hosterman Contradictions" thread disappeared for iwastheretoo. The front page of this website (i.e. Web Link)? Or did the thread disappear from the Town Square main page (i.e. Web Link)?
The posts that appear on the website's front page appear to be manually selected by PW editors and if the thread disappeared from there then claims of bias could be valid. I would not expect the PW though to keep around old threads on the front page forever. But if the post disappeared from anywhere else on the Town Square interface (the main page or the message view) then the apparent disappearance is more due to the user's lack of understanding of this website's user interface (usability issues can be serious problems for websites) than the PW being biased.
Posted by Doo Doo, a resident of the Valley Trails neighborhood, on Sep 3, 2008 at 2:54 pm
OK I'm ready
The merit you're asking for is implied with the question, derived from their previous experience with the Weekly. This is not a new topic around here, sorry if your an occasional reader. The issue was strengthened with a supportive comment (my comment). The Weekly will be the first to tell you that it will "get involved" if they deem necessary.
Keep in mind that there are a great number of readers that have opinions, and don't post anything. That fact alone tells you that we can't be alone in our thoughts. No matter how many of us there are. This is a public forum...
And I am thankful for the site, so I'll say it...THANK YOU PLEASANTON WEEKLY ...where else would I have access to people like you...