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Responsible radio

March 27, 2004

In "Life After 'Life' " [by Greg Braxton, March 20], Sandra Tsing Loh claims she turned down a role in a sitcom because she "can't act." Nonsense. She's been "acting" like a victim, a martyr and a total sociopath as she refuses to take responsibility for her use of an obscenity in a taped KCRW piece. Maybe she should have "acted" like a proper radio professional and listened to her finished piece before it aired, twice.

Dawna Kaufmann

Los Angeles

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It's not surprising that Hollywood showed up at the door with Sandra Tsing Loh's newfound notoriety. She's bright, beautiful and courageous. She's also honest, but being unable to act shouldn't prove a disability as far as performing on a television sitcom is concerned. Nobody else can, either. Take the gig and the bread.

Shel Willens

Los Angeles

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