By Amy Silverman
By Olivia LaVecchia
By Monica Alonzo and Stephen Lemons
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By Weston Phippen
I have two things to say to all those people who wrote in response to your report on the Phoenix City Council's crackdown on sexually oriented businesses.
No. 1: I wholeheartedly agree with you! I'm so sick and tired of this city presuming it can make all my moral decisions for me.
No. 2: Arguing about it and writing about it to New Times is not good enough! You need to get yourself registered (if you're not already) to vote, so that this November we can send all those tight-assed prudes who rammed this down our throats a message! That is exactly what I plan to do.
Mow Better Blues
I had been greatly concerned about the justice system of Arizona for some time, but after reading Terry Greene Sterling's column ("Scourge of Youngtown," December 31), I am no longer afraid to venture outside.
The Keystone Kops of Youngtown and the kangaroo court of Youngtown, along with the town attorney (Mr. Magoo?), have relieved me of my anxiety. I have been saved from the grass plague and all the consequences thereof. Keep up the good work, Youngtown. Keep up the torture of Letha and Al Lindsey. Arizona is grateful to you. My only regret is that I could not witness in person this criminal being brought to the bar of justice.