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I was surfing the net to learn about the availability of biofuels in Maine. My Google search led me to your site, and to an article titled “Biofuel to the Rescue” by Jonathan Cook (April 17, 2003). The opening paragraph I found overly insulting, naïve, and in no way related to the topic of alternative energy. I couldn’t bring myself to read the rest of the article. Why couldn’t he have stayed on topic? Why do you “journalists” feel everyone is interested in your personal political views?

Roger S. Hooper
Lyman

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