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No ‘immorality’ or ‘vulgarity’ existed in Mr. Frates’ effort

To The Daily Sun,

I write in reply to Joanne E. Fuller's letter of Oct. 20:

You must be a humorless hate-filled person to find fault with Mr. Frates' creative effort to save lives — maybe yours. How dare you criticize the participation of youths who lost their mothers to this disease?

Any "immorality" or "vulgarity" is absent from this project; seeing some is a reflection of your own vulgar, twisted personality. For myself, I have nothing but respect for Mr. Frates, and all the others who donated their ime, talents and resources to this humorous and creative fight against breast cancer.

Thomas C. Bogan
Laconia

  • Written by Edward Engler
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