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Go hug a tree

Dear Editor:(This letter was written in response to Michael McVoy’s Sept. 10 letter.)During the time I lived in Aspen and participated in the Rotary Club with you, I learned to respect you a great deal. I thought you were intelligent, thoughtful and full of ideas for the future. In reading your latest message in the Times, I must say you have let me down. Your thoughts are unprocessed and incomplete. You have left innuendo and questions, not to the subject matter, but more to your thoughtfulness, and you do not serve your country well.Go hug a tree, Michael. You may get more solace in that.Tom ColemanBattle Ground, Wash.

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