Letters

Clap on, clap off

Not Worthy Thanks to Dorian Hargrove for the cover article (“Friday Night Lights Out”) about a disturbing trend in district ridiculousness and poor judgement. The article highlights who really is affected: the high school athletes ...

Letters from near and far

Get over Yourself, Rolando I’m writing in regard to your City Lights story, “City Sides with Developers, Residents, Developers Again.” I really appreciated this well-written and informative news piece. It shed better light on the ...

Two letters

Know Your Parrots You’ve got a problem with your cover photo for “Green Invaders from Mexico." That cutie about to bite is not from Mexico, or even South America. He is an Eclectus parrot, native ...

Letters received

Friend Request Re: “The First Time I See Eliza Jane Schneider Onstage, I Want to Be Her Friend.” My friend and I had the great good fortune to see Eliza JaneSchneider’s stunning one-woman show, Freedom ...

Guerillas & Gringos

Still at the Bottom In the October 2 cover story, “We Did it Guerrilla Style,” a report from Carbhub.com was incorrectly cited to state that San Diego was ranked among the bottom five cities for ...

Reader mail

Poor Souls Thoroughly enjoyed the article by T.B. Beaudeau,“Graveyard of the Godforsaken Gringos.” He is a talented author with a flair for description, and comparing the experience with one’s own life experience. We can all ...

Letters: Porridge-pourri

Porridge Request Re “Graveyard of the Godforsaken Gringos,” September 26 cover story. This Bukowskiesque opus is the most evocative writing the Reader has published in decades. More porridge, please. Sue Garson Clairemont Kid of War ...

Mail call

What the Job Is Worth This is in response to Leo Lion Lady’s letter to the editor. Where does the businessperson’s extra income appear from to pay the minimum wage increases? Do more people rush ...

Everyone has an opinion

Author Schooled Ms. Braun says it is okay to attend a public high school (“We Like the Idea of Public High School...,” September 12 cover story). Sometimes invincible ignorance is amusing. In Ms. Braun’s case, ...

Deep thoughts from deep readers

Stop Blaming Men Is Maggie Young (“Peter Pan in San Diego”) vying for the Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind reward of the post-sexual revolution when she passes herself off as an eternal virgin yet ...

Letters to the Editor

Double Trouble You have Holler in the August 29 Reader. The one from Clairemont was already printed a few issues ago in the same column. I know that, because the guy called it “Square-mont.” I’m ...

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