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Update on Our Guest-Post Invitation to Williamson Strong’s Jim Cheney

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Jim Cheney, principal of Prufrock Communications and a co-founder/spokesman for Williamson Strong, replied to our invitation to write a guest post by saying that he would do so on one condition: that we reveal our identities. Mr. Cheney says he has always been completely transparent about his involvement with Williamson Strong, and he expects such transparency from us as well. “If you want credibility, then you have to be accountable,” is how he put it. “So, to that end, if you are willing to address the public without the curtain,…read more

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Williamson Strong’s Jim Cheney Responds to Our “Holiday Wish” Post

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We get some interesting mail, but this email in particular got our attention. It’s from none other than Jim Cheney, one of Williamson Strong’s co-founders, and it’s in response to our Dec. 12 post titled, “A Holiday Wish for Williamson Strong.” Mr. Cheney was gracious in his note to us, and we wanted to share his comments with our readers: Just wanted to let you know that I had a good chuckle reading your parody. Pretty clever. You know, if we all spent have [sic] as much time building consensus…read more

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William Carter’s “2016” Column Is Misguided Diatribe Against Our Community

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We normally skip over the trite dribble that typifies William Carter’s musings in Williamson Herald’s editorial section, but his “Welcome, 2016, and good luck!” column caught our eyes and we actually read it. Big mistake. Unfortunately, we can’t “unread” it and reclaim the precious time we so egregiously wasted. It is tempting to chalk up our indiscretion to some down time over the holidays and try to put his adolescent diatribe out of our minds. (No disrespect intended toward adolescents.) However, sometimes an editorial is so distorted and hateful that…read more

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