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You want your bum. I’ll give you your bum.

Kevin Faulconer supporter

Lice lead to homelessness I think that the mayor is doing a great job! (“Kevin Faulconer’s homeless California roadshow,” News Ticker, January 30). What Alex, the editorial writer forgot, in his scathing letter naming the ...

Attorney Bob Ottilie: Mark Larson not fired

Homeless man: I'm less than a farm animal

Mark Larson not fired This office represents Mark Larson and Mark Larson Media Services, Inc. On January 28, 2020, you ran a story in the Online Edition of the San Diego Reader in which Mr. ...

City College chancellor quits same day of Reader story

Women's marches and Trump

Mice done playing No wonder SDCCD Chancellor Constance Carroll submitted her resignation the day Joe Deegan insight expose on district maleficence appeared in the Reader (“San Diego’s City College squeezes the adjunct profs,” City Lights, ...

The Marvel crap made Robert Downey, Jr. lazy

I love comic books but that genre is TV

Downey’s little doing My heart goes out to Scott Marks for having to finally out Robert Downey Jr. (“Dolittle: Robert Downey, Jr. goes down,” Movie Reviews, January 16) Having managed to save a good portion ...

Jen Campbell has her defenders

I remember when Ed Bedford wouldn’t ever consider paying $14.99 for a burger

Falsely accused I have found Dr. Campbell to very responsive, her office staff outstanding!! ("Jen Campbell constituents urged to email her," Jan. 8, 2020) I have always received a call back. unlike our mayor who ...

Duncan Hunter stories taken seriously

So much for Point Loma trees

The wonders of Duncan Hunter I was just wondering. I picked up the Reader. I haven’t read the story yet (“Duncan Hunter: San Diego’s good soldier”, Cover Stories, December 25). On the front page is ...

High tide or not, the picture is telling

The passing of Roam-a-Rama

Surf’s up In reference to Tony Marinucci’s Letter to the Editor regarding “misleading” readers (“Deceptive Oceanside photos,” Letters, December 18), I’m sure most know I have no control over what photos are included with published ...

Deceptive Oceanside photos

Heartbreaking to see dying Queen palms

Dog-eared beach battle I don’t have a “dog in this fight,” but looking at the first two photos of the revetment, it looks like Ms. Mackin took advantage of the high tide to make it ...

Couldn't register on BikeIndex

Because I didn't donate?

Biking down in Coronado Yes, I was calling regarding your bike down in Coronado (“Bike stolen from Hotel Del Coronado recovered from Tijuana swap meet,” City Lights, November 27). BikeIndex.org. I tried to contact them, ...

Mt. Helix Park sees miraculous comeback

Crypto-biotic crust should keep us all on the trails

Please don’t step on the bugs Thank you for your article on the importance of bugs to our own health and food supply (“San Diego’s changing bugs,” Cover Stories, November 20). San Diego would see ...

Diversity at San Diego Bicycle Coalition

Sex ed, pro and contra

Losing a quitter I was saddened to see the article in which Mr. Blakespear took it up-on himself to criticize the Bicycle Coalition for having not elected him to its Board of Directors (“Jeremy Blakespear ...

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