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Regarding your Reader dated March 8, on page 2, “Under the Radar,” where it lists the medical millionaires, and specifically Dr. Stuart W. Jamieson, who heads the UCSD School of Medicine’s division of cardiothoracic surgery, with total pay of over a million dollars. He has the formula down pat, as he sidelines as a cattle rancher! A good formula for creating your own business. I certainly hope people don’t read The China Study by Campbell.

On page 4, under the letters to the editor, is a letter entitled “It’s a Cult, People.” I would just like to make a short reply. Dear Name Withheld, for your information, all religions are cults.

Ted Rodosovich
University City

Up With Hindis

I was shocked and dismayed by this letter (March 8), written by an anonymous writer who is either an ignorant or a biased person who does not have moral courage or knowledge of this world’s oldest religion, Hinduism, which is over 5000 years old. There are about 1.5 billion followers around the world. Their holy scripture, the Bhagavad Gita, is the oldest scripture of all the major religions of the world. The greatest follower of this religion was Mahatma Gandhi. Upon his passing, the greatest scientist, Albert Einstein, called him “the greatest man who ever walked on the face of this earth.” I feel the Reader owes an apology to all the followers of this great religion.

M.G. Bhakta
via fax

No Notes, No Play

I’ve been doing the Sudoku puzzles for years, but I’ve stopped submitting them only because you’ve removed the notes that everybody used to be able to write. I’ve got a suggestion. People who do the Sudoku puzzles know if it’s right or wrong because, for example, if you end up with two nines in the same row, you know you’ve done it wrong. It’s kind of redundant that in each week’s puzzles you show last week’s. Those four grids that waste all that space, I think instead you could put back people’s comments. I think people really miss them. It’s the best of both worlds. From what I can see, I see a dwindling winning of the baseball caps that you give out now. To me, that’s an indication that people aren’t submitting them as much anymore, so I would think that would bring back the popularity.

Joe Arbusto
Rancho Peñasquitos

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