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Letter: It's nice to see Tony Bender write something that's not dripping with sarcasm

Gross writes, "I had no idea he did anything except sarcastic, sometimes entertaining, columns."

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I would like just congratulate Tony Bender on the excellent article in Wednesday's Forum on Hunter Pinke . I had no idea he did anything except sarcastic, sometimes entertaining, columns.

Well done, Tony. It was a pleasure to read and understand his plight.

Todd Gross lives in Fargo.

This letter does not necessarily reflect the opinion of The Forum's editorial board nor Forum ownership.

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