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    Yes, Pit bulls have bitten, but so has the cute Yorkie and the wonderful Lab.
  • Letters

    "Oakland can't even get its parking meters right, but people in the hills believe the city could conquer nature."
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    Listen to Your Nurse; White Man's Burden;That's a Doggone Shame;Why Do You Think They Call It the White House?
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    "People in the hills are actually subsidizing services for those people who live elsewhere in the city."
  • Letters

    "Please have a less biased reviewer than Kelly Vance evaluate political films."
  • Letters

    "The role of subprime lending in urban neighborhoods is not a simple battle between good and evil."
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    "Apparently, we have a higher opinion of the Bay Area public than does the East Bay Express."
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    Week of February 13, 2002
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    Week of July 4, 2001
  • Letters

    "Almost everywhere you turn in the East Bay is some Vegetarian on their soapbox about their choice. Who cares?"
  • Letters

    "Everyone has opinions. The best thing is to keep the uninformed, sophomoric, moronic ones to yourself."
  • Letters

    As a longtime reader of the express, i have to say i loathe your new format.
  • Letters

    Further Heartbreak; Plea Circus; Moore Than We Wanted to Know; The Flesh Failures
  • Letters

    "To show my feelings, I won't vote against Barbara Lee, but I won't cast a vote for her either."
  • Letters

    Having the express without Lynda Barry is like having Bush for President.
  • Letters

    A Salute to the Heroes; When Words Collide; Correction
  • Letters

    "Just today, I realized that I have completely forgotten about reading the East Bay Express anymore, which is a shame."
  • Letters

    Questioning the credentials of "The Black Candidate;" applauding the intentions behind "A Patch of Green."
  • Letters

    It is important to listen to autistic children. They have much wisdom.

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