The following are the top stories from the morning paper of lewistown’s first day of the week.
The following is the top stories from the morning paper of lewistowns first day of the week.
1. The news of the death of lewistown’s leader, Mr. L, is front page news on the front page of the lewistown.com web site.
This is the second story in a row that is front page news on the front page of the lewistown.com web site. The first article, which is the front page of the lewistown.com web site, is a bit more informative.
A lot of the news in lewistown comes from the lewistown radio station, and this morning’s news comes courtesy of lewistowns daily newspaper, The Argus. In the paper, we see on the front page of the lewistown.com web site that the leader of lewistowns, Mr. L, has died.
The Argus is a newspaper that is owned and published by a family of reporters for the entire city. It’s the “local” newspaper in lewistown, the lewistown.com, and the lewistown radio station, lewistown.fm, respectively. In addition to its daily newspaper, lewistown.fm produces new music videos for lewistown radio station every day.
For anyone with an IQ above 6, this is something of a surprise. Even though lewistown.com is the largest news source in lewistown, it never mentions Mr. L in its articles. We’ll see if this will cause the rest of the community to wake up to the fact that Mr. L has died.
First, let me say that I am thrilled to be a part of the lewistown community. It’s my first time living here for awhile and I’m excited to see what everyone’s done with their lives. And I have to say, the world is a much more interesting place with the death of Mr. L. For years, I heard that Mr. L was a bit of a jerk, but I never thought he was a complete asshat.
The death of Mr. L may not be a surprise to anyone, but the community is a bit upset about it. And that’s because his absence has caused a bit of a stir; people are upset that they don’t know who to speak to about Mr. L’s death and whether or not the community should even speak about it. But the question that needs to be asked is: Should we speak about it? I don’t think so.
Well first of all, I think it’s a bit of a stretch to think that the community would be upset at the death of Mr. L. It’s certainly not unheard of for a community to mourn the death of someone they knew. But as for asking someone to “speak up”, well there’s no telling how many people will feel offended by this, and also how many people will think this is something that should be spoken about and be put to the community for input.