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Knifley, KY reader delves into a mystery in her community

About: COF cites Shakespeare on value of dilatory time

I have asked you before who COF of Knifley is but have not got an answer.

I , and many others would like to know who this person is. Since we don't gather at Arnolds or Bakers, we would like to know who is speaking for us or against us. I agree on the new school building.

I would like to know who is looking over Knifley. Please give him my e-mail address and send him or her this note....

Thank you.

s/Sue PerkinsThanks, Sue Perkins. What's in a name. The COF, by any other name, is still the COF. The COF has identified himself (he speaks oft of his wife) as The Crusty Ol' Fool. I will forward your email to him, and he will contact you if need be. Just for the record: He is not Wendell Rainwater, Charles Patterson, Darrell Baker or the ghost of John Dunbar, nor is he any of the Keith Livermores. CM

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