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Alkaline and Feelin’ Fine I read Barbarella’s interesting article on Diabetes 1 and 2. I use a cookbook called 60 Seconds to Slim by Michelle Schoffro Cook, PhD, RNCP, ROHP. She maintains the main problem ...

From you to us

Letter from the City Attorney’s Office Readers of your December 25 cover story “Taxi Driver” were shortchanged of information about the case, and so may not understand why the City Attorney’s Office decided to dismiss ...

New year, new letters

The Equation of a Straight Line I didn’t read the story yet, but on the cover of “I’m Judo Math Dude” (January 1) there is a mathematical mistake. Directly below the R in Reader, there ...

Last mail call of the year

Overreach of Power My letter is response to “Taxi Driver” in the December 25 issue. “I felt threatened” — as if that justifies assaulting someone. If the guy was a Navy SEAL he had the ...

Stocking full of coal

Formulate a Plan Re: “I Make … $9 an Hour Plus Tips” (December 18 cover story). It took me nine years from the time I started college in 1974 to get my bachelor’s degree in ...

Phoning it in

Return of Tent City? My comments concern the article in the December 11 edition, “Black Hole Development in Little Italy” (Neighborhood News). I don’t want to rain on Mr. LiMandri’s little parade, but what kind ...

Hope for Theo

Well-Compensated at Walmart I’m calling you about the article in News Ticker, “Almost a Dirty Secret” by Dave Rice. For once, Dave has his facts completely wrong. For one thing, there is no Walmart in ...

You have to wonder

Go the Extra Mile Re: “Good Fences Don’t Make Good Neighbors,” November 27 cover story. You have to wonder why Mr. Pastenes hasn’t sued her for defamation of character? I also wonder why he hasn’t ...

Your two cents

Walked the Walk Thank you for writing the article concerning the City of San Diego’s attempt to have the height limits increased to 60 feet, increasing the density and decreasing the lanes of traffic on ...

Letters

An Amazing Tool Called Google Regarding your cover story about the bus driver Gamal Mohamed Hamouda running over the cyclists and committing vehicular manslaughter against rider Udo Heinz that left his wife a widow and ...

Letters

Irked to No End Recently, there has been commentary regarding the decreased wait time at the San Ysidro Land Port of Entry (Neighborhood News: “Shorter Waits at the Border”). I applaud the renovation, but the ...

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