I took the paper this morning, thinking I would have time to read it at the bowling alley. As is often true, things were a bit too hectic, and I didn't get past page A3. A lady who has visited our bowlers in the past was there this morning. I don't even know her name, but she used to sit and watch one of the teams, and visited with people today.
She also read my paper.
No wait, that isn't the annoying part.
We even had a light discussion of how I didn't mind other people reading my paper, and that I'm used to having to put it all back together after others read it etc.
I didn't mean that she was welcome to help herself to the "deal of the day" coupon on B2, by tearing it out, taking the tail-end of two articles on B1, including a picture -- which I might point out will not be in the online edition of the paper when I go to read the articles she destroyed.
The absolute gall of some people will never cease to amaze me. I wonder if I'll remember to comment about this, the next time I see her at the bowling alley. She hasn't been coming regularly, so it may be quite a while.
At least the Herald Leader doesn't publish coupons on the back-side of the comics, by newspaper dessert.
Update: They do have a picture. It's about house fires, including one in Jessamine county.