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"Why not ban smoking everywhere except on your own property. If you live in an apartment, smoke inside. Smoking needs to be a private thing. It is a personal habit that is not healthy for anyone. Have you ever driven down a 25 mph street, stopped at a stop light and picked up the scent of someone's cigarette? Not fair for me to breathe someone else's cigarette smoke. Do it in private away from me. I have the right to breathe air free of cigarette smoke. Smokers have the right to keep it all to themselves. I prefer clean air and less polution dolled out by the cigarette habit, not to mention the savings on heath care." — Ed Joyner

"I could not find the editorial columns in the daywatch site? Did I miss a link? or, were there no columns in the past week?" — Ed Waible

"Kinda late on Gitmo trial story, aren't ya?" — Ed

"Well...........almost fixed. Only two error messages today......." — Jane

"For weeks now, when I've clicked the in Daywatch to see reader feedback fro the Daily Press, I've gotten "Serve not available", "... technical difficulties... check back...". But I just tried getting the Feedback info from the DP homepage, and it worked fine. Must be a problem with the Daywatch technical boilerplate." — SP Hoyle

"Awesome, i love it, keeps me up with all of the local happenings, Keep up the great work." — Ricky

"I am disappointed that I can no longer access the obituaries. Are you planning to include them in future Daywatch emails?" — Melissa F. Sharpley

"Who writes this stuff???? Dead body found in Virginia Beach. I always thought that if you found a body, it was dead. So does that mean you find live bodies? Was this to fill space, since online I noticed that the line was lined up nicely? Although in the story, the words dead body were used several times. I quit reading after I saw that she was found on a dead end street.... Too funny, unless it is a true story. I think the writing seems to be dumbed down to the level of our lesser educated population. That includes ALL races that are not educated properly anymore. Not trying to rant. Thank you." -- Carl

"The new format makes it hard to read the headlines. They all seem to run together." -- Laurin Wittig

"your new format stinks!!! too hard to read subject titles as they all seem to run together. Very poor format but i like the communications." -- jeff

"I like the new view. It is very eye catching. I am looking forward to exploring the site." -- Kathie Wright

"D-Day / York gang violence / David Carradine dead. OK D-Day is first FOLLOWED BY stories on: medical bills cause bankruptcy, THEN black widow enters a contest. The NEXT story SHOULD follow as the headline reads. So I should have read about York gangs. i STILL CANNOT FIND THAT STORY." -- Eileen

"The Daywatch subject line/headline for today (Fri 3/20), "arrow shot in church", was misleading. I wasted time trying to find such an article. But I do generally find Daywatch useful; I'll often read things here instead of in my daily paper edition." -- Pete

"Why do you leave Middlesex County out of the reports of schools closed?" -- Betty Pinchefsky

"I have a hard time finding the articles you highlight in your message subject. Could you highlight them or put them in another color or font? The list of article titles all seems to blend together." -- Patti Rosenberg

"'Cops look for litterbug vigilante who posed as trooper, stopped woman who tossed cigarette butt'
The above caption was contained in the Daywatch e-mail dated Feb. 10, 2009. When you click on the link, it takes you to the Tribune's main police page, which is great, but gives you nothing to enter in the search field to locate this particular story. You are left to browse hundreds if not thousands of stories. I never was able to locate this particular story to even see which state it originated in. Your help on this matter is appreciated." --Steve Hawkins

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