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Blogger responds to criticism of NL

Sorry Newfoundland you are not what I expected. That's what one visitor to this province said recently in a blunt and scathing letter to the Editor in the Telegram this week. That letter put one bloggers knickers in a knot. Scott Bartlett joins Krissy

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