Herald is sending me elsewhere for Zits, Baby Blues strips

Tundra, blech! Garfield, so, so, so boring! B.C. and Wizard of Id, meh. (But I’ll give those last two some time, since I remember them from years and years gone by.) As a subscriber of many years and years and years gone by, I understand the need to both economize and consolidate in today’s print media world.

The Herald has been my source of local news, sports, and other interests. After reading through the daily paper I relax and laugh over the comics, and re-sharpen my aging mind with the crossword and other puzzles. As the grandparent of six, I enjoyed the generational humor of both Zits and Baby Blues but will not miss the others you cut. Now that you’ve added blech and boring,

I’ll get my fix of Zits and Baby Blues online. Please keep Frazz!

Sigh.

Vicky Paulson

Lake Stevens

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