By Al Diamon
Created Jul 11 2007 - 9:08am
Once again, the Original Irregular weekly newspaper in Kingfield has published… well, I'm not quite sure what it's published. But whatever it is, it upholds the Irregular's long tradition of employing the most interesting syntax in Maine journalism.
From a July 11 front page story headlined, "Hearing on low-flying jets set," comes this paragraph:
"At this elevation, flights could be similar to area residents as the fenced in area around Portland Jetport or parts of Boston Harbor near Logan International Airport or even like the Town of Winthrop, Mass. where authorities have replaced residents' windows with double-thick noise-resistant isolated windows."