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Huckleberries Online

Peanut Gallery (Duane made Cda)

I have recently reviewed pictures of what Coeur d'Alene looked like before Mr. Hagadone built his corporate office and golf course, and I must say that it has been an improvement. A dramatic improvement. And yet when building places there were those that opposed. If it werent for Duane Coeur d'Alene would still be a one horse town only known for the white supremest and a defunk mill on the lake. I will admit that I am employee of one of Hagadones companies, and I have not worked for a better organization. If I was trying to impress my boss I would leave my name an email address, but I stay annonomous to speak for the majority. Shame on you Mr. Oliveria. One week you speak of how you go way back with Duane and have a great relationship, and yet you provide a medium to bash him. Thats ok, it's your right. Be bitter that you are a past employee of one of the best corporations in Idaho.

Sad in CdA

DFO: You don't speak for the majority, pal, or The Duane would have no trouble grabbing Sherman and Front for his memorial gardens. His polls showed he couldn't win this thing. That's why he pulled out -- that, and he couldn't browbeat the council this time. As far as the best corporation goes ... I'm glad you like your job. Just remember to genuflect at the appropriate time -- and to always say, yes.

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D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner of the national Herb Caen Memorial Column contest.