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Our frog is a prince

Our frog is a prince

Me thinks Brucie has a skin thinner than a frog's throat ("Memo to Warren St. John," Sept. 10). He needs to get a job as a night watchman at the county landfill if he can't stand lukewarm heat.

George Smith, 5403 Arrow, Anniston, Ala.

Well said

Warren, what a total waste of time you writing this book, you gushing over stupid college football ("Memo to Warren St. John," Sept. 10). Grow up already. You sound like a kid who doesn't want to grow up. And your beef with the Nashville Scene is silly. You have a large ego; it's time to drop your ego and proceed with life. College football is for college students only; anyone who cares about that shit after college is a child Peter Pan.

'Bama? Who cares? This is exactly what's wrong with America. Time to write a real book about a real subject. Seems the two accidents of fate that led to you to this book were bad accidents. You write well, and good luck with your PR tour to promote your book. But by sticking it to the Nashville Scene guy, you showed your true colors. Sad.

Race. Get over it. College football? Who in the hell cares? Pure redneck stupid childishness.

Dan Bloom

danbloom@gmail.com (Metairie, La.)

A little camaraderie

Bruce, keep on rocking in the free world.

Drew Broach, East Jefferson bureau chief, The Times-Picayune

dbroach@timespicayune.com (Metairie, La.)

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