Comments by wfmooney
Posted on December 11 at 10:17 a.m. (Suggest removal)
what did he really do? no more than most politicians from that era did. you scrach my back, and i'll scrach yours. and no one got hurt.and look what he's done for this state. he's an 80 yo man that still stands tall. let the man live the rest of his life peacefully. you're right Rest, Bruno is not above the system, he was just a part of it.
Posted on October 24 at 11:17 a.m. (Suggest removal)
funny to read this today,and understand that they intend to stay open, when just yesterday, i heard that Jim Morrel was closing or selling all of his automotive stores. what to believe???
Posted on October 5 at 11 a.m. (Suggest removal)
so, where's the photo gallery ? wouldn't that be the promotional iceing on the event, and to show people what they missed?
Posted on August 5 at 7:07 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Yes, I do understand that, but it is still charge fee for any obits archives for over limit of expired (30 days or up to 6 months depend on the publishers before archives into the www.Legacy.com). Recently, Daily Gazette changed obits into the E-editon mode which has obits that you have to pay fee on the E-edition mode as subscription news. Therefore, Daily Gazette is no longer "free" obits from non E-edition mode. You will not find obits button anymore at non E-edition mode unless you have to pay E-edition subscription news as well as obits section and download from Adobe Reader of electronic newspaper as up to 7 or 10 days before archives. That what obits is missing feature from the non E-edition mode news.
Posted on August 4 at 6:45 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Johnny. nypolarbear123 is right and that is problem in some of relatives of mine who lives far from Capital District that their latest local news. The people were sorrow their friends or relatives who want to sign guestbooks from their obituaries as far from Captial District. Now, Daily Gazette has to stop for as "Free charge" for their obits with sign guestbook and they did not realize to important who want to able sign it for their friends or relative. I see many online newspapers does provide free charge for obituaries up to 30 days to 6 months. Daily Gazette is one of few online newspaper does charge for obituaries. Is that fair? NO! Well, after 30 days to 6 months over the limit then Daily Gazette does put their newspaper into archives with online charge fee. That is acceptable. It is sad that they lost them.
Posted on August 3 at 6:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Where and what new features are? You did not tell us what are feature for new and improving. You did not mention about Obituaries is no longer feature bution for www.dailygazette.com front page and transfer to E-edition login to get a daily obituaries information from there. Why? You should explain to us why that you change it for new feature. Your post was not enough explain for more details for warning to us to be change it. Thanks.