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Letter: Cartoon was worth 10,000 words
First Published Aug 29 2014 05:05 pm • Last Updated Aug 29 2014 05:05 pm

The old saying that a picture is worth 1,000 words sometimes comes up short. Pat Bagley’s cartoon that appeared in the August 29 edition of The Salt Lake Tribune is worth 10,000 words or more. Furthermore, it makes you wonder why anyone would ever want to teach a 9-year-old child to shoot an automatic weapon. It is terrible that the death of the instructor resulted from this unfortunate accident. Please people, learn from this unnecessary and tragic occurrence.

Pat Fox-Jacobson

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