Letter: Male chauvinistic thoughts don't belong in newspaper

Posted 10/20/16

To the editor:

I know that duck season hasn’t yet started for November, but apparently it's time once again to listen to Mister Sorrentino rant and rave about something. 

And this …

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Letter: Male chauvinistic thoughts don't belong in newspaper

Posted

To the editor:

I know that duck season hasn’t yet started for November, but apparently it's time once again to listen to Mister Sorrentino rant and rave about something. 

And this time it's about his apparent male chauvinistic thoughts about yoga pants. I wasn’t aware the letter to the editor page was a place for a pig to talk about what he thinks about the female body. 

As a woman I take very great offense to this letter and I don't even wear yoga pants. I think as time goes by, this obviously socially inept human being can keep his idiotic and ludicrous thoughts to himself, as I for one am sick and tired of seeing what he has to say. 

How about you look at the barnacles under your own boat instead of worrying about whats under other people’s.

Kelly Alyssa Brown

Barrington

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