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May 25, 1996
There are only two reasons why God took Chet Forte: He needed a shooting guard or St. Peter got tired of listening to Howard Cosell. MARK BERGLAS Irvine
June 14, 1987
What are you trying to tell us: why rock isn't fun anymore? I'll tell you what's a sin: The way good, new bands are having their excitement bled off and held captive somehow. As the neo-fascist groove thang's big, big beat boom booms over us all, ego is everything: Prince's ego, Michael Jackson's ego, Springsteen's ego, Madonna's ego. I'm tired of hearing about lists. I'm tired of hearing about how separate religion and rock once were. I'm tired of hearing about Prince's latest, invariably white, discovery.
October 16, 1988
We're all tired of Bill Cosby here ("The $600-Millon Man," Sunday Calendar, Oct. 2). Enough already with this guy. The Chryslers, Brentwood
October 12, 1986
It's a shame that the very talented writer Steven Bochco feels he must spice up every scene with incessant sexual innuendoes. "Hill Street Blues," "L.A. Law." Different settings, same tired results. Joyce and Ray Martin, Burbank
August 2, 1992
I am sick and tired of the noise and stink produced by the internal combustion engine. Bring on the electric cars, please--soon! KAREN A. BAKER Santa Monica
June 5, 1988
Despite the fact that it was first in the ratings, "Perry Mason's Case of the Lady in the Lake" was a tired show and Raymond Burr a tired actor. He exhibited the emotional range of a guy waiting for a bus. The script was as full of holes as Swiss cheese, and there were enough "red herrings" to fill a Norwegian fishing boat. Al Stoffel, Santa Monica
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