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March 16, 2001
Re your March 10 Voices, "Do You Have a Problem With This?": I have to laughingly ask William Gregory if he seriously considers the response "No problem" a problem and, if he does, I'll bet most of your readers wish that they should have such non-problems. No problem (no, really, no problem at all). GAIL WARWICK-LONNE Mammoth Lakes
February 16, 2010
Dear Amy: I share office space with a colleague. Our space is detached from the rest of the office. My co-worker and I have very little in common, and by all indications she has no social life and shows signs of emotional instability (she has revealed to me that she is on antidepressants). The problem is that she is constantly in my space, telling me her problems, making catty comments about co-workers and, worst of all, trying to arrange for us to spend time together socially outside of work.
December 6, 2013
Re "Enabling Karzai," Opinion, Dec. 3 Let's not stay in Afghanistan another 10 years. The bilateral security arrangement with that country needs to be stopped. Our elected representatives in Washington should listen to their constituencies, who are most assuredly "near unanimity in favor of an immediate, total withdrawal. " It's time to leave Afghanistan to the Afghans. Norman Gottlieb North Hills ALSO: Letters: Powering California Letters: America needs plumbers too Letters: Mixing politics and tax breaks
July 15, 2012
Re "Retooling Teach For America," Opinion, July 10 As a former principal, teachers and I were often dismayed when the time and effort we put in to help these young people be successful went for naught because they often left after their two-year commitment was completed. A second problem is that these inexperienced teachers are often placed in inner-city schools where teaching is most difficult. Having rookies as their teachers often compounds the severe challenges faced by our inner-city students.
March 19, 2013
Re "GOP rift on display at conference," March 17 Many of the Republicans who spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference last week seemed to think that the problem with their party was the wrapping, not the package. They seem to miss the point that what's inside the package is the problem. When CPAC speaker Mitt Romney said privately to a group of wealthy donors during his presidential campaign that he could write off about 47% of voters, he put into words what many Republicans think.
July 20, 2009 |
It's hard to believe, but being underweight used to be a considerable health problem in the United States. In the years from 1966 to 1970, 5.8% of children ages 6 to 11 and 4.6% of children ages 12 to 19 were underweight. From 1960 to 1962, 5.7% of people ages 20 to 39 were underweight. How times have changed. Today, people who are underweight are most likely those who have underlying medical conditions, according to new data from the National Center for Health Statistics.