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TO EVERYONE WHO WRITES US A LETTER AND USES "QUOTES": Here's the deal: some punctuation (colons and semicolons, for example) go OUTSIDE the quote marks; other punctuation (commas and periods, for example) goes INSIDE the quote marks. So it's not: It's been said that Anthony Pignataro is "a prime example of a bad, libelous and misinformed journalist". It's: It's been said that Anthony Pignataro is "a prime example of a guy who never offers to drive anybody to lunch." Got it? "Good!"

TO EA OF SANTA ANA: You know, we don't run into a lot of people like you—so obsessed with the naked ladies that they read the Weekly from back to front—and when we do, we find they rarely make it all the way to Lowery's "Diary of a Mad County." That's a lot of pages to turn with one hand!

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