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June 24, 2007
HAVE you seen a new breed of response letters written to the L.A. Times? They're called hateful [Letters, June 10 and 17]. Shame on you, Joe from Santa Barbara, for calling Eli Roth's parents "borderline psychopath." And shame on you, Raymond from Westlake Village, for using the words "mental illness." And shame on you, Suzanne from Los Angeles, for calling Eli a "jackal." Eli Roth is one of the most talented and promising young directors the horror genre has witnessed in years. Like Eli, I too was 8 when my life changed (thanks to the horror genre)
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December 4, 1994 | JAMES SALTER, James Salter is the author of "Light Years," "Dusk and Other Stories" and "A Sport and a Pastime" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)
Warner LeRoy, the restauranteur, once sat down to a lavish meal at the Grand Vefour, the old favorite tucked away in a corner of the Palais Royale in Paris--superb food, great wine, the works. At the end of it, the headwaiter came over to inquire if it had been all right, and was there anything else he would like? "Yes," LeRoy decided after a moment. "Bring it again." They did, and he ate it, establishing himself, if not as immortal, at least as someone to be reckoned with.
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