How did I qualify? |

How did I qualify?

I knew when the phone rang during dinner that it couldn’t be a cesspool-remedy sales call. Impossible. I’m on the national do-not-call list.

I live in Grass Valley, not in the district of the chatty county supervisor. My only child has been out of high school for more than 15 years. Could Nevada Union still be carrying them on their enrollment, maybe for a few state dollars?

So how did I qualify to get a phone call trying to agitate mob pressure on an elected body?

Do I have to move to Lake of The Pines so I can vote against this violation of my privacy? Since this allegedly wasn’t a call involving an election and I have done no business with the supervisor, maybe my letter to the do-not-call-registry people will clarify it. Maybe, if you got a call, you should write to them, too.

Les Brown

Grass Valley

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