|Published June 20, 2006|
We are all walking advertisements
Name recognition is one of the biggest human characteristics that advertisers have for getting people to buy their products. According to years of research, if someone sees a name enough in all kinds of places, they tend to lend favor to that brand i...
The Wasatch Behind: Spud's school of economics
"I'll bet an old codger like you has a whole mattress full of money stashed away somewhere," I chided Uncle Spud as we drank sparkling diet Dr. Peppers and basked in the afternoon shade of the porch. ...
Letter to the Editor: Don't vote for them
Back in 2001, during His inaugural speech, President Bush made the statement "Promises made.....will be promises kept" to our military warriors.
Letter to the Editor: Newspaper rates a bargain
There is no better time than this year, the 300th anniversary of the birth of Benjamin Franklin, to remind the Sun Advocate's readers of the U.S. Postal Service's rich tradition of connecting people to their community newspapers. Franklin was not onl...
Rantings and Ravings
Saturday morning I was on my usual early morning walk with Maki when we met a lady picking up garbage and carrying it with her as she walked. I had seen her before and was not sure what she was doing. I stopped to chat and found out that she is just ...
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