It was not I
My typically clear, concise and coherent musings must have recently been misread, dyslexically speaking. In last week's Spencer Daily Reporter, a guy named Bill wrote a letter concerning birds and wind turbines. The next day, Mr. H S. seemingly attributed the letter to me. It was not I. He also referred to me as Dr. Kersting. That, too, would be inaccurate, as I only have a masters degree.
Accuracy in speech and in the printed word are important. Facts need to be accurately relayed to one's audience. And yes, there are such things as alternative facts.
— Bill Kersting, Spencer