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'Bizarro' insult

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Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007
 

I am disappointed that the Trib chose to print the Sept. 28 issue of the comic "Bizarro."

By making a mockery of the belief in God, it is insulting to anyone who believes in a supreme being. I would like to think that this includes the vast majority of your readers, regardless of their religion.

I think you owe your readers an apology for not refusing to print this degrading episode of this comic.

Dave Capone

Harwick

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