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It's In The Mail

October 13, 1985

A recent edition of The Times included a mail-in survey for readers to fill out. While some of the questions in it dealt with the Calendar section, none were really directed at the true Calendar reader. Here is a short survey tailored just for them:

1--Would you like the letters printed in the Calendar to be (circle one) (a) a lot more inane; (b) more inane; (c) just as inane; (d) less inane; (e) a lot less inane; (f) semi-intelligent?

2--Would you like to see more letters on (circle as many as you wish) (a) Madonna's belly button; (b) King Charles of Spain; (c) the Boss; (d) adolescent sex comedies; (e) Michael Jackson; (f) none of the above?

3--Do you think that the Sunday Calendar section should (circle one) (a) stay put; (b) be put upside down in the book section; (c) be put sideways in the front section; (d) hidden in the real estate section; (e) be tucked in a plain brown wrapper?

4--If you complete this survey and send it in, what do you think the Calendar staff will do with it? (circle one) (a) Take heed; (b) make a paper airplane; (c) cancel your subscription to The Times; (d) send men in white coats to get you.

DAVID A. LATHRAP

San Diego

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