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My Eyes Hurt, Too



My Eyes Hurt, Too

Although I enjoy now being able to read News Quirks and the movie reviews without squinting, I am looking for a magnifying glass to help with the main articles and columns in the new format. I think Tom Tomorrow may actually require a microscope for my 50-plus year old eyes to decipher the text. I wouldn’t normally complain about something I get for free, but why, oh why did you have to take away my print version of the Easy-Medium-Medium-Hard Sudoku puzzle? I loved that! This economy just plain sucks.


Editor’s note: Our type size increased beginning Feb. 5, which should allow you to lose the magnifying glass. Stay tuned on the sudoku matter.