Last night, I googled my name. Yeah, that's right, I admitted it. And I had a hilarious find...criticism from the following link: http://advocatesforag.blogspot.com/2008/09/reporters-agenda-against-agriculture.html.
It's from a blog titled "Advocates for Agriculture," and it's ragging on an article I did for Murray State News about industrial hog farming. The blogger responded to this article by saying,
"It is bad enough when reporters write an article that you can tell is biased to the writers opinion, but it’s down right nauseating to read articles like this. From the onset this reporter presented her opinions as fact and never interviewed those who own or work on these farms. The media is not always concerned about telling the true story of ag, which is why it is so important for those of us in agriculture to do just that." My rebuttal: Good point!
P.S.--I was a contributing editor for a COLLEGE newspaper. This was my first article, and I only wrote four. So, I must say, I am sincerely honored to have been taken so seriously. Good job, Advocates for Agriculture! Keep up the good work, because I like to eat. Oink Oink
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