Speculation abounds on the future of everything, much less Saugatuck and Douglas.
Commentators weigh in highly critical of a state of affairs that is highly worthy of criticism. Friends and peers—the people they hear from most—cheer them on.
Thus emboldened, critics sharpen attacks, using ridicule as a weapon. Guess how their victims—people involved in that state of affairs as it is—react?
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