Wednesday, August 22, 2012 at 6:00 am (Updated: August 22, 6:01 am)
I have to acknowledge a random stranger for some motivation and inspiration.
Last Tuesday I was in Frankfort, and while I waited for Mike Haydon's memorial service to begin, a man behind me was engaged in a conversation that piqued my interest.
The word "scrutiny" is what drew me in.
The man, who I didn't know, was telling those around him that now was a good time to do something because there was less scrutiny than in the past because newspapers were going broke.
Now, let me put a few things out there before I dissect what I heard.
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