Won't have any part of handguns
When I picked up the Bulletin from the curb this morning, the first thing I noticed was that half the back page was plastered with an advertisement for handguns.
The paper went directly into the trash. Any other advertisements contained within the paper went unread and will continue to be unread as long the Bulletin continues to carry these ads. Any establishment not displaying a "guns prohibited" sign near their entrance will not get my business. I'm not advocating a boycott or a change in laws. I just refuse to have any part of this.
Rodger Rohrs, Twinsburg