The Bluefield Daily Telegraph reports on a letter to the editor in Playboy. It's not that bad.
Playboy decided to let coal producers tell their side of the story after Woody Harrelson attacked mountaintop removal.
Bill Raney, president of the West Virginia Coal Association, got his words in the latest Playboy.
“I found his (Harrelson’s) comments to be inaccurate and an affront to our people,” Raney said. “I saw him as another one of the group of people who parachute in here and jump on the anti-coal band wagon. I don’t think they’re only against surface mining. I think they’re against the coal industry period and against our way of life.”
So if you visit the Bluefield Daily Telegraph's site, you don't need to check out Playboy.