With respect to the letter by Tom Cuff (“Specious logic in column on privatizing Citizens-Montevue”) published Sunday, while Cuff may fancy himself the bard of Carroll Creek, both his contentions and his readers would better be served by heeding the Bard’s advice as spoken by Polonius that “brevity is the soul of wit.” But as Polonius disregarded his own advice, he is free to ignore mine, as quoted from Hamlet.

Daniel Duggan

Jefferson

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vicdavy

Sounds like someone likes sound bites and has ADD[beam]

gary4books

To the barber with his beard.

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