what it's worth, she doesn't represent me or my views. I can only
hope she has the sense to leave her T-shirt at home.
LINDA K. JAMENTZ
Trash the T-shirt and calm down
I hope my writing of this letter doesn't prompt you to run another
photo of Jennifer Rodriquez. I, for one, have had enough of that
After one story, two letters and three photos in one week, I hope
this story has run its course before it drives Paul H. Wangsness into
another heated diatribe against the president. Relax, Paul. Sit down,
have a latte. Don't let a picture of a girl in a T-shirt drive you
into a frenzy over your copious perceived injustices of the
By the way, the caption accompanying the photo states that the
T-shirt has drawn positive comments like those of Wangsness. It seems
to me the positiveness in Wangsness' letter ended with the words,
"thoughtful young lady."
At any rate, best of luck to you, Jennifer. We may differ in
ideology, but I'm sure we align in our sense of community pride and
our search for truth. As for you, Paul: Ease up, buddy. It's still a
great country we live in. Enjoy it. I'll send you a fruit basket.
MICHAEL B. KNOWLES
T-shirt statement not welcomed by all
No need to envy Hollywood anymore, Burbank now has its own