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Marina City Club: A Great Life or a Sad Trap for Older Singles?

September 01, 2000

I am amazed! People freely admit to a newswoman that they are "pleasure-seeking" adolescents in the fifth or sixth decade of their lives ("A Place With Every Single Thing--and More," Aug. 13).

Jack Eskenazi proclaims to all that he has been through the "inventory" (i.e., women) in the Marina City Club. Jack will not date "inventory" outside his area code.

To Carole (Jack's current unit of inventory): Any man who sees a woman as "inventory" will someday try to buy, sell, lease or discount you.

To all the Caroles and Jacks at the Marina: Get out of your mink-lined playpens and do something with the time left to you. What a sad fate to finish one's life in an opulent rabbit hutch.

Someone once said that hell is a party that never ends.

PETER McDONALD

Canoga Park

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