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April 18, 1996
I know one sure-fire way to get the "freemen" out: Send in the Unabomber. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Huntington Beach
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December 24, 2006
I wish that over-the-hill Rocky Balboa would just get permanently knocked out so we don't have to see the dreary, worn-out, sorry-faced Sylvester Stallone anymore ["Down for the Count? Guess Again," Dec. 17]. Rather than as an underdog I would rather see Rocky 6 feet under. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Huntington Beach
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1990
Could this be the year President Bush gets a capital gain and suffers a military loss? KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Cypress
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 1996
I know one sure-fire way to get the "freemen" out: Send in the Unabomber. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Huntington Beach
NEWS
January 24, 1988
I am disappointed that "Sable" has ended, as I really liked it. Maybe its lead actor Lewis Van Bergen can be reincarnated in a new series titled something like "Mink" or "Chinchilla." Kenneth L. Zimmerman, Cypress
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1991
A volcano has done what the Communists and Filipino people have been unabel to do: get the Americans out of Clark Air Force Base. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Cypress
NEWS
December 16, 1990
Rick Schroder has graduated from "Silver Spoons" to "iron hammers," with deadly consequences. His performance in "The Stranger Within" (CBS, Nov. 27) was downright chilling. Kenneth L. Zimmerman, Cypress
BOOKS
March 17, 1991
So Jo-Ann Shelton of Santa Barbara (Letters, Feb. 17) wants to know who Kenneth L. Zimmerman of Cypress is? Well, OK. She should contact Daniel A. Jenkins of Pacific Palisades and/or Milton Stark of Santa Monica (Letters, July 22 and Aug. 12, 1990). It's possible that he was stalking lions in the African veldt with Jenkins in '33. Or partners in a Popsicle scam in Ujiji in '34. It's obvious that Zimmerman did not marry a gorilla and settle down to a "humdrum existence in suburbia."
ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 2006
I wish that over-the-hill Rocky Balboa would just get permanently knocked out so we don't have to see the dreary, worn-out, sorry-faced Sylvester Stallone anymore ["Down for the Count? Guess Again," Dec. 17]. Rather than as an underdog I would rather see Rocky 6 feet under. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Huntington Beach
BOOKS
February 17, 1991
Who is Kenneth L. Zimmerman of Cypress and why do you publish so many of his letters? Does he own the newspaper? Is he a former editor or publisher? Do you receive so little correspondence that you must fill space with his letters (which also appear in the news, View and Calendar sections)? And how many letters does he write every day, anyway? Inquiring minds want to know. JO-ANN SHELTON, SANTA BARBARA
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1991
A volcano has done what the Communists and Filipino people have been unabel to do: get the Americans out of Clark Air Force Base. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Cypress
BOOKS
March 17, 1991
I, too, have noted the uncanny success of quotidian letter-writer Kenneth L. Zimmerman of Cypress. In fact, I have considered using his name to up my own published-letter average. How about hunting up that old King Phillip of Spain illustration and letting us see what Mr. Zimmerman looks like? By the way, I am only 8 years old. DIANE QUINN ROSE MALIBU
BOOKS
February 17, 1991
Who is Kenneth L. Zimmerman of Cypress and why do you publish so many of his letters? Does he own the newspaper? Is he a former editor or publisher? Do you receive so little correspondence that you must fill space with his letters (which also appear in the news, View and Calendar sections)? And how many letters does he write every day, anyway? Inquiring minds want to know. JO-ANN SHELTON, SANTA BARBARA
NEWS
December 16, 1990
Rick Schroder has graduated from "Silver Spoons" to "iron hammers," with deadly consequences. His performance in "The Stranger Within" (CBS, Nov. 27) was downright chilling. Kenneth L. Zimmerman, Cypress
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 6, 1990
Could this be the year President Bush gets a capital gain and suffers a military loss? KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Cypress
ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 1989
Travolta's "fever" never really broke; it just temporarily cooled down. He is an actor who was overpublicized and was incapable of living up to unrealistic expectations. He was portrayed as a macho Brando type when in reality he was more of a Robert Duvall. Though he may never again be a superstar, he is nonetheless a talented actor who is willing to take responsibility for and to learn from his mistakes. With an attitude like this he can do nothing but improve as an actor. KENNETH L. ZIMMERMAN Cypress
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 1989
Six years ago, my husband and I chose to remove the TV from our home when our children were young, encouraging them to read more and to listen to old classics on the radio instead. We recently brought the TV back into the house. However, after watching "Married . . ." three or four times and other programs such as "Alf," we agree with Kenneth L. Zimmerman (Letters, March 12) that here is something we can do about programming we feel is distasteful. . . . The TV is back in the garage.
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