I can't believe TV Times would have the insensitivity to publish a letter such as that from Ron M. Maramia (Viewers' Views, Aug. 14). While it's always nice to have a few of your readers' insupportable opinions on the "unsuitable" qualities of the language used on television, it would be nice to have a slightly more balanced (or even just vaguely rational) view. Does, as Maramia suggests, TV really need to be "cleaned up"? Do I want people like Maramia telling me what is or is not "suitable"? For me, and I am sure many others like me, the answer has to be "No, thank you."
Garrett Ayres, Torrance