Letter: Use that delete key
Salisbury is blessed to have Clyde.
Sunday, he gave us a gift to remember: “… Don’t write it if you don’t mean it. Don’t share it if it’s useless trash. And don’t repeat it if it wasn’t worth the paper it was printed on to start with.”
To many Letter to the Editor writers, this means type in the info on your computer, read it to yourself and delete it!
On the facing page to Clyde’s article about the lost art of cursive writing were two letters in which the writers should have taken Clyde’s advice.
One is the redundant cry for cleaner air in the county parks. The other is critical of Mayor Landrieu’s speech.
You don’t need to reduce yourself to name calling when you are writing to provide an alternative opinion.