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Letters about San Diego, TJ, and the Reader

Conversations continued

Why Are They in TJ? Re: “Gateway between Worlds,” March 23 cover story I recently went to Tijuana to see architecture — a getaway day. I saw something there I haven’t seen before. I saw ...

Pennies from readers

This week's two cents' worth

I Know What City I Live In There’s a News Ticker article written by Dave Rice regarding the treatment that protesters got from Duncan Hunter’s office, especially from deputy chief of staff Mike Harrison. Many ...

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Soccer Is Boring Re: City Lights, "Could Major League Soccer Kick the City Where It Counts?" Football, soccer — whatever it’s called it’s the most boring game I’ve ever watched compared to the NFL. Was ...

Commentary — or the lack thereof

Readers demand more info

An Overhead Shot Would Have Helped Re: City Lights: “City’s Shocking Crosswalk Cover-up” Judging by the top photo, I can see why the city engineer thought the crossing was safe: good signage, clear signals, etc. ...

Dystopia, reviewed

From those who want to help to those who are disgusted by it

They Disgust Me Re: “A Dystopia of Sorts,” February 23 cover story I just wonder why Rachel and her husband thought it would be a good idea to have nine kids. I know of very ...

The need to respond

This week's batch of letters to the editor

Just the Right Edge Your Walter Mencken article (“Breaking Up Is Hard to Do”) had clarity and just the right edge of bitterness in the aftermath of the Chargers’ departure. May they continue to choke ...

Tell us how you really feel

Short letters, big impact

As Long as You’re Taking an Interest... This he said/he said article about C3 Church is fine as far as it goes. The trouble is that it doesn’t go very far. We’re given a father ...

On the other end of the line

Voicemails to the editor

Never in the News Regarding the January 26 cover article, “The Government Made Me a Sex Offender” — I don’t know how the CBP officers can call anybody a sex offender. [Names omitted] — all ...

Inbox of feedback

This week's batch of letters to the editor

Alleged Sex Offender Elicits Laughter Your cover story about the alleged sex offender was funny. The guy didn’t really try to prove his innocence at all! After four embarrassing accusations, he resorted to Google. LOL! ...

Our First Amendment rights

Letters on the Chargers, SDG&E, Tavara Ridge, and Mexico's gas protests

Lights Out Re: News Ticker, January 19: “Spanos’s Sweetheart Chargers Park Deal” Good riddance to the Chargers and to Spanos. The NFL and Spanos do not pay taxes on any profit they make. Yet, he ...

Kensington controversy

Readers chime in on last week's cover story

Outstanding Example of San Diego The January 12 article, “Kensington: The Only Real Neighborhood in San Diego” is an outstanding example — dynamic, well-researched, as well as effective writing style — of San Diego. It’s ...

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