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Making blasphemous insinuations about my Lord is not polite

To The Daily Sun,

In response to George Maloof's letter of Oct. 26: It is my understanding that the reason that most newspapers require a person to include their name with their letter is so that other writer's might know who it is who is addressing them and who it is that they are addressing. Furthermore, in writing and public speaking class you might learn the importance of knowing who your audience is. For that matter it is a good idea to know who it is you are writing about as well as what you are writing about. Clearly you're not always good at either of these for if you were, you would not have made blasphemous insinuations about my Lord, which by the way is not polite either, nor would you have written in an attempt to belittle my friend Bob Mead.

For your own good Mr. Maloof be careful about what you write.

John Demakowski

Franklin

 
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