May Letters




No Nudes is Good News What were you thinking? This cover [April 2004] is totally inappropriate for my family room coffee table and school. Otherwise, the contents are excellent. Maura Scollin Amherst Music to Her Ears Cheap Shots In general, the April issue was very good. Unfortunately, in your UpFront [Capitol Offenses] column, you have taken some “cheap shots” at our governor. I subscribed to your magazine for entertainment and enlightenment, not to read someone’s political gripes. In my opinion, Governor Benson has made many attempts to improve our state government, but, our legislature (including many of his own party) have not supported him. Regardless, I don’t think that my political opinions or yours belong in the magazine. Howard Nelson Washington
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