I think what is wrong with San Diego State University student Anthony Berteaux’s statement is that he made it a righteous demand, when he should have said it was his opinion [What’s the deal with Seinfeld bashing?” June 24].
At the risk of sounding like a “get-off-my-lawn” kind of guy, I have a few questions for Ryan Bradford regarding his experiences at the recent Neil Diamond concert [“The night I crashed Neil Diamond,” June 3].
Great article by Michael Gardiner [“Just the tip,” May 27]. One HUGE factor not discussed however, is minimum wage. In rural Colorado (when I lived there), there was no minimum wage for wait staff so my friends made something pitiful like $3 an hour.
Editor’s note: I reached out to the highly regarded, former U-T sportswriter for comment on the impending sale of the newspaper (see our editorial). His reply was so eloquent and insightful it needed to be run in full.
Thank you, Ron Donoho, for the “Call the Chargers’ bluff” editorial [April 29]. The combination of this editorial, along with publishing Mr. Baldwin’s April 29 (critical) letter has restored my faith in you as an editor.
The kind of content mill-generated clickbait garbage one sees on those annoying pay-for-placement ads scattered around the web. What that doesn't answer is what in the world it is doing littering the pages of this newspaper.