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FCAT critic should produce his own program

FCAT critic should

produce his own program

Methinks Michael Harris has been in Penn Valley too long with regard to his recent tirade against FCAT. Although I am from Auburn, I recently took classes from the director Miles Everett and worked on production with Miles. I found Miles to be fair-minded and intelligent with regard to his classes and production.

As a volunteer, I had direct observation as to the amount of work and time Miles put into the workings of FCAT. I also know for a fact that Miles is not getting rich from the slim monies he is receiving for his super efforts. I learned a lot from Miles and I took this knowledge back to Auburn with me to share with Auburn’s access television. Mr. Harris should step up to the plate and produce his own show because that is really what access television is about: Freedom of Expression; and Mr. Harris can always change the dial.

Loyce Smallwood


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