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My first retraction (and an apology)

Last updated on March 5, 2023

Yesterday, I was made aware of an error in my recent article “Gaslighting Coos County”. One of the targets of the article pointed out the error in a response on his Facebook page. Never let it be said that The Daily Resister doesn’t aim for accuracy. I’d also like to personally apologize to him for the trauma caused by the error.

In the article, I incorrectly spelled his first name as “Camryn” when it is actually “Cameron”. I’m not sure why I did this, because I’ve spelled it correctly multiple times in the past. Chock it up to shoddy proofreading I guess.

I have corrected the spelling and noted as such at the bottom of the original article.

-Matthew Wilbanks (Editor @


  1. Rufus Camraderie Rufus Camraderie January 13, 2022

    I actually see a couple of minor errors in this entry too I’m afraid.

    First up, the phrase is ‘chalk it up’ not ‘chock it up’. Second, you stated that your publication aims for accuracy but it actually seems to be aiming for fearful, deranged rhetoric that reeks of insecurity and desperation. Easy mistakes to make.

    • Editor Editor Post author | January 14, 2022

      I find it interesting that you provide specifics of how the first item is an error, yet the second is just unsubstantiated opinion. Then again, trolls have never been known for their consistency.

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