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Back during my newspaper days, I was what my editors liked to refer to as "a digger."
It was a descriptor that they hung around me with respect.
You see, as a reporter, I was always a very careful observer. And those observations often gave me a great story "line" to pursue.
And once I had that line, I had a proven ability to "drill down" through my sources, close-to-the-action experts and background research needed to build the foundation for whatever tale I was trying to tell. Even better, I had a knack for taking all this "stuff" and synthesizing it in a way that allowed me to give that tale a clear and poignant conclusion.
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