Letters

Posted on 11 May 2006 at 7:08pm

Set Love Free
I am writing regarding the article regarding Brad Kimple and his Stop and Think group (Soundout, Dallas Voice, April 28).
If you don’t like the sounds of the city then move. I, too, am a native Dallasite, and I am smart enough to realize that American Airlines is gouging the public while its CEO takes home millions.
The airline can report losses to justify the gouging, but if they would quit trying to be the only airline in the DFW area they could operate in the black once again.
If they cared for their employees like Southwest Airlines care for its employees, American might show vast profits for long periods of time. Set Love Free!

Chrise Bates
Dallas

Think of the mothers
This Mother’s Day, please consider the faith of moms in Iraq and those moms in United States who have lost a “part of themselves” in Iraq.

M. Aram Azadpour
Grapevine

Oak Lawn’s gay history is crashing
I must agree that Oak Lawn is in a state of change. Right now, it’s split-offs of Uptown. Then the auto dealerships and Whole Foods Grocery on Lemmon Avenue told me that since they pay Highland Park school taxes, they are no longer in Oak Lawn.

It just looks like the gay history of the area is about in the shape of the Titanic, when it had broken in half and the rear of the ship was just readying to crash into the ocean.

Grant Kinser
Dallas

To send a letter
We welcome letters from readers. Shorter letters are more likely to be printed, as are those that address only a single topic. On some weeks we receive more letters than we can print. In that case, we print a representative sample. Letters are subject to editing for length and clarity, but we attempt to maintain the writer’s substance and tone. Include your home address and a daytime phone number for verification. Send letters to the senior editor, preferably by e-mail (editor@dallasvoice.com). Letters also may be faxed (214-969-7271) or mailed (Dallas Voice, 4145 Travis St., Third Floor, Dallas, TX 72504).

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition, May 12, 2006.

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