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Blame game appears to be right on Target

Jim Ernst, Dillon

How often do we read or hear about people blaming everyone else for their problems, mistakes or poor judgment? Well, it’s happening again.

Reference the fertilizer fiasco regarding lawns that were damaged by fertilizer sold at the Target store in Silverthorne.

As I understand it, the information printed on the fertilizer bags would have told anyone that read them not to use the fertilizer in this area.

Nevertheless, some people bought the fertilizer, ignored the directions and damaged their yards.

Since they didn’t read or heed the directions that would have told them not to use the fertilizer, perhaps they ignored how much to put on the yards and put five bags on their grass when they should have only put one bag.

Based on the article in the Aug. 28 edition of the Summit Daily News, none of this was their fault but the fault of the Target store.

Give me a break!


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