To the Editor: Doctors can be more dangerous than guns
Written by Dr. LeRoy Lloyd   
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 11:10
The letter that Dr. Feeman had in the Sentinel-Tribune deserves comments and rebuttal.
First, as usual, this man perfected the use of anecdotal baloney to be presented as facts. He did this a lot with his so-called studies on patients in his office, which he would send to the Sentinel-Tribune. I wonder if his patients understood that they were subjects of his study? Were these studies double blind according to protocol? Was his study in some cases for blood pressure medication approved by the FDA?
Now he has branched out into new areas where he can display even more ignorance and foolishness. In this letter he does not even bother with his usual babble, he just gives us his feelings as if we should all bow down to him as the expert he would like to have you think he is.
To the Editor: Gay rights are just catching up
Written by Jack Taylor   
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 11:08
I am writing in response to Mr. Harold Chapman's Nov. 6, 2013 LTE in which he quoted a gay man, who, after a recent Supreme Court decision concerning gay marriage, came down the courthouse steps and said, "I'm more equal! Today, I am more equal."  
Based upon these two statements, Mr. Chapman drew the erroneous conclusion that the minority gay community now has "more rights" than the majority straight community. To believe that the Supreme Court interprets the constitution in a manner which would grant more rights to the gay community than to the straight community would be, in my opinion (borrowing the words of Mr. Chapman), "unconscionable and absurd."
I would like to offer my interpretation of what the man meant by "more equal." In my explanation, I am going to draw primarily upon the historical events which made it possible for Black Americans to become "more equal" to white Americans.
To the Editor: BG councilman thanks citizens
Written by Daniel Gordon   
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 11:08
Dear residents of Bowling Green's First Ward,
Thank you for your support this past Election Day. I am deeply honored to have represented you on city council these past two years, and I look forward to serving for another two. I find public service to be immeasurably rewarding and meaningful, and I appreciate the renewed opportunity to give back to the community that has given me and my family so much. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.
Daniel Gordon
BG First Ward Councilman
To the Editor: Haskins area church offers free meals
Written by Donna Mertz   
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 11:06
I'm wondering if the folks in the Haskins/Tontogany area know that St. Paul Lutheran is providing a free meal on the third Thursday of each month. St. Paul is located at the corner of Forst Road and Route 582 about a mile west of Haskins. The meal is available from 5:30 to 6:30 and includes beverage and dessert as well as a delicious main course.
Eating alone? Come join your neighbors in food and conversation.
Don't feel like cooking? Let someone else prepare the food this time.
Running between work, meetings, practices, games? No obligation, no cooking, no cleanup, just eat, rest a bit and then run.
The next meal will be on Thursday, Nov. 21. Come join us!
Donna Mertz
Bowling Green
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