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SPORTS
May 18, 1991
Thumbs up to Mike Penner for his great column on Nolan Ryan (May 10) and for exposing a bad case of sour grapes on Jim Palmer's part. It's completely beyond me how anyone can find anything negative with Nolan's career and accomplishments. JEFF SMART Corona del Mar
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SPORTS
June 7, 1986
The Lakers are the greatest team of the 1980s. They have three championship titles and three rings. No other NBA team can say that. I just had to write, as everyone else is so negative about our great Lakers. How soon we forget. JANE GORMAN Costa Mesa
NEWS
November 18, 1993
"Helping Offenders Beat Law of Averages" (Times, Nov. 4) was a refreshing article! It is great to read about positive alternatives to negative situations. Professor Haney and his interns deserve commendations and praise. ROGER SHAMUS Santa Monica
SPORTS
February 6, 1999
I was shocked to read the comments of Martina Hingis regarding her opponent in the Australian Open final, Amelie Mauresmo, which seemed to indicate that Ms. Mauresmo is a lesbian and that there is something negative about that. Remember, Martina, who your namesake is. JEFFREY KLEMME, Ventura
SPORTS
June 3, 1989
Randy Harvey's comment (May 24) about people in England literally dying to get into soccer games was neither amusing nor called for. It is time for the media to start reporting the positive side of soccer, instead of concentrating on the negative. TONY MELLING Thousand Oaks
OPINION
November 5, 2002
"The Final Mission Is Completed" (Nov. 2), about the missing World War II P-51 Mustang pilot, was so well written it brought tears. Adalbert Wolf, the kind German who found the remains, made a cross but was thwarted from informing the pilot's heirs. This is such a pleasant respite from the negative news. Richard Proctor San Clemente
SPORTS
April 29, 2000
In Monday's article on the NCAA eligibility scandal, the man accused of paying money to players, Myron Piggie, was described as "a former janitor and a convicted crack dealer." I could understand if being a janitor is how he met the players, or was relevant to the case in some other way, but there was nothing else in the story about janitorial work. Am I the only one who found it strange that an essential, honest job and a despicable, illegal practice are mentioned together in the same sentence?
SPORTS
September 29, 1990
Although sports have undergone a drastic change from "fun" to "big business," I really think the average fan and sports page reader still looks at sports through the eyes of their childhood when all sports were "fun." I abhor the current sports columnists and "beat writers" who only emphasize the negatives and seldom feature the positive aspects of a player or a game. Now, in your departmentalized format, even the headline writers have become negative. Take your Saturday, Sept.
NEWS
March 31, 2002
My daughter is a registered nurse with the biomedical services branch of the American Red Cross. I am concerned that the public does not understand the difference between the two branches of the Red Cross. The biomedical services branch collects blood for lifesaving transfusions; the chapter services branch collects monetary donations for disaster relief and other humanitarian services. Although we agree that chapter services needs restructuring, the negative publicity has caused a significant decrease in blood donations.
FOOD
May 31, 2006
I write to comment with respect to [S. Irene] Virbila's review of Dan Tana's restaurant on May 17. I was disappointed that her review was so negative. I am a New York-born Italian and frequent Dan Tana's when I crave veal and peppers like my mom used to make. The veal and chicken dishes are excellent and I continue to frequent the restaurant because the sauce and quality of meat is always perfect. My regular host, Vladimir, is one of the best in the business. I encourage your readers to try Dan Tana's, notwithstanding the negative review by Virbila.
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