Milo Anthony Borich 
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Re: “Scott Kilbury Leaves KOLD for Rochester

As one of the original Three Amigos, all I can say is Vaya Con Dios! Good luck in Rochester!

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Posted by Milo Anthony Borich on 06/20/2013 at 8:46 PM

Re: “Wildcat Basketball Fans Didn't Much Care For Bill Walton Last Night

Jeez, I found him entertain

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Posted by Milo Anthony Borich on 02/08/2013 at 3:28 PM

Re: “Carmona-Flake: What To Think of the McCain-Kyl Attacks on Carmona?

Ironic that Kyl and McCain complain about Carmona not having the best interests of the people of Arizona, since they have done nothing but ignore our needs during their glorious service to our state. Voting against the veteran's employment bill was the final straw for me. I hope Carmona kicks Flake's ass, and those two bozos can't do a thing about it!

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Posted by Milo Anthony Borich on 10/30/2012 at 8:07 PM

Re: “Specific Help Wanted

After reading this article 4 times, I'm left wondering, what is the
problem? The reporter tries to create controversy where there is none.
Yes, TUSD has image problems and more. Ben's Bells is a great
organization, started by two people who worked a long time to overcome a tragic
occurrence. Just because one of the people now applying for a position
at Tucson High School is connected with Ben's Bells, the reporter tries
to connect the two through innuendo. Too many instances of "some sources say" or "it
would seem" or "the perception is", and not enough factual reporting. Anonymous sources never lend credence to accurate reporting. A Journalism 101 professor would send this back to the student for
re-editing. Besides, business organizations tailor job descriptions all the time to meet the
qualifications of the candidate they have in mind. What's different here?

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Posted by Milo Anthony Borich on 05/22/2012 at 5:25 PM

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