Thank you for reintroducing them to your readers.

Will McLaughlin
via email

Surprising Clothesline

I totally agree with Phyllis Hordin about clothes hanging out (Letters, April 3). I hang my clothes out too, and a neighbor came into my yard one time and went, “Oh, a clothesline!” like she’d seen a live Tyrannosaurus rex. But it really doesn’t make sense to prohibit clotheslines during energy crunches.

Dale Anne Thompson
Clairemont Mesa

Chivalry Lessons

Your cover story on the “lost arts” in San Diego was great (“Chivalry Is Not Dead,” March 27). Thanks for letting your readers know about the Chivalry Today educational program! Every year we go to hundreds of schools, libraries, and youth groups to put on our presentations to help children understand the ethics and values of chivalry as a “warrior’s code of honor.” We also offer presentations on the Leadership Secrets of the Code of Chivalry for businesses and civic groups, like Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs. Readers who would like to learn more — or who might like to subscribe to our monthly Chivalry Today podcast — can go to our website (which wasn’t mentioned in the article):

Thanks again for helping keep the lost art of chivalry alive in San Diego!

Scott Farrell
Director, Chivalry Today Educational Program

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