November 25, 2009
Dear Amy: I am a 41-year-old happily married woman with three children. I graduated from college 20 years ago, and I have remained in touch with a friend, "Jerry." He does not tell his wife that we are in touch or that we meet on occasion. Long ago, Jerry had feelings for me. I never knew he felt that way. But his wife (then girlfriend) knew and disliked me. Though nothing improper has occurred between Jerry and me, his refusal to tell his wife about our ongoing friendship doesn't sit right with me. My husband has met Jerry many times.
March 22, 2014
Re "Toyota says it deceived consumers," March 20 If ever there existed a catalyst for changing the way this country deals with corporate crime, it has to be here now. On the heels of revelations that General Motors failed to take timely action to correct ignition switch problems that caused at least 12 fatalities comes Thursday's headline, "Toyota says it deceived consumers. " Really? Citizens United and Joe Isuzu notwithstanding, who is this person, "Toyota," and how does he get away with causing "hundreds of fatalities and injuries" through a "campaign of disinformation" to fool regulators and not go to trial and eventually to jail?
October 22, 1993
"Deception," starring Andie MacDowell as the widow of a man who dies in a plane crash in Mexico, also opens today at theaters citywide. Because Miramax did not make the film available for screenings, The Times' review will appear on Monday.
April 24, 2008 |
The basic message of "Deception" is that all that ultimately matters is a trustworthy relationship. That's the main reason, too, why the blackmail thriller, in theaters Friday, landed on 20th Century Fox's release schedule. Fox has a well-deserved reputation for narrowly focusing on easy-to-market movies with a clearly defined audience and built-in sales hooks: "Horton Hears a Who," "The Fantastic Four," "Live Free or Die Hard."
July 10, 2009 |
The English adore their Spanish holidays almost as much as they love queuing for buses, rooting for native-born tennis players not quite good enough for the Wimbledon finals and, of course, their pints of bitter, their noble dogs and their endless television series about ancient Roman weirdos.
January 4, 1987
How refreshing The Times' special report was. Your staff of reporters, writers and researchers is to be commended on a thorough, rigorously documented and superbly edited piece. With considerable insight and remarkably little malice, it reveals the Iran-contra affair for what it is: only the latest, most shameful chapter in the ongoing biography of an arrogant, hypocritical Administration. GENE SCULATTI Los Angeles
May 20, 1998 |
India dodged U.S. spy satellites and created a diversion to carry out its underground nuclear tests in secrecy last week, Jane's Defense Weekly reported today. It quoted official Indian sources as saying that Indian scientists charted the path of two U.S. satellites responsible for surveillance over the subcontinent.