Stories on the New York Times’ website receive about 9,000 comments each day from around the world — including at least one from Bruce Rozenblit, 60, of Waldo. The Times this week named him one of its most prolific and popular commenters. When Rozenblit isn’t writing, he designs, builds and ships his own brand of high-end, tube-based stereo amplifiers.
Stories on the New York Times’ website receive about 9,000 comments each day from around the world — including at least one from Bruce Rozenblit, 60, of Waldo. The Times this week named him one of its most prolific and popular commenters. When Rozenblit isn’t writing, he designs, builds and ships his own brand of high-end, tube-based stereo amplifiers. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
Stories on the New York Times’ website receive about 9,000 comments each day from around the world — including at least one from Bruce Rozenblit, 60, of Waldo. The Times this week named him one of its most prolific and popular commenters. When Rozenblit isn’t writing, he designs, builds and ships his own brand of high-end, tube-based stereo amplifiers. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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November 25, 2015 3:37 PM