Letter: Curling up in a ball
Would you please tell me again why the Monitor won’t stop curling up in a ball before I have had the chance to read it and maybe wad it up myself? The paper truly has a life of its own. It flips forward, then rolls backward.
Sadly as I age, I keep going up the reading glasses magnification scale, but a paper shifting, moving like the sands of time, is so difficult to enjoy. It almost isn’t worth the frustration.
Are you sure you might not have moved on to very cheap paper? Do some good investigative journalism because inquiring minds want to know.
(The Monitor has been working through a batch of newsprint that isn’t quite right in terms of production formula. The curling is temporary. Ed.)