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August 15, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When lawyer Robert V. Wills and his wife asked for a doggie bag at the end of their meal in an Irvine hotel last year, they were surprised to learn that the hotel no longer supplied bags for leftovers. The manager explained why: A guest who left a doggie bag in her car overnight became ill after eating her leftover steak the next day. So she sued the hotel. To avoid further lawsuits, the hotel discontinued providing bags for diners' leftovers.
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August 15, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When lawyer Robert V. Wills and his wife asked for a doggie bag at the end of their meal in an Irvine hotel last year, they were surprised to learn that the hotel no longer supplied bags for leftovers. The manager explained why: A guest who left a doggie bag in her car overnight became ill after eating her leftover steak the next day. So she sued the hotel. To avoid further lawsuits, the hotel discontinued providing bags for diners' leftovers.
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November 16, 2005
Re "Times Plans New Op-Ed Lineup," Nov. 11 I am disgusted. I am appalled. In fact, I am enraged! Slowly but surely, an interesting and balanced opinion section has been eviscerated. It is not even a shadow of its former, engaging self. Interesting commentary has been replaced by mediocre columnists and a plethora of cartoons. The coup de grace comes with the replacing of columnist Robert Scheer and editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez. What a sad day for Los Angeles! FRANCES SOLO Los Angeles In your misguided effort to silence the critics and move to the center, you have taken one great step toward mediocrity.
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