Letters From OC Weekly Readers

ANSWERING THE CHALLENGE
I’ve been going to Pepe’s Mexican Food for decades [Gustavo Arellano’s Hole In the Wall, “The California Challenge,” June 18]—the one in Downey and the Alhambra original—but I’ve never gotten past the taquitos. Who knew?

Jonathan Gold, Culver City, via ocweekly.com

   

Pepe’s California burritos rule! Just discovered them a month ago—a wonderful burrito to share. Makes for an ultra-cheap meal that way, too.

Philly Girl, via ocweekly.com

  

THE TIPPING POINT
Question: You deliver the food to an establishment [Hey, You! “Not-So-Special Delivery,” June 11], right? Why do you think you deserve a tip? I’m not being mean or sarcastic; I just want to know why you deserve a tip for doing what you are paid to do. I don’t tip UPS or FedEx when they show up. Did you do something that warrants a tip? If you say, “Because my employer doesn’t pay me enough,” I will laugh. Enlighten Willie, will ya!

Willie, Fontana, via ocweekly.com

    

Willie, he deserves at least the gas money you didn’t spend on the company gas card to fill your pie-hole. Do you really think drivers (UPS, FedEx, food delivery, etc.) don’t tell other drivers about your mean, sarcastic attitude toward “the help”? By the way, enjoy that salty, gelatinous taste in your future delivery food. If you can’t figure out where that funny taste came from, think DNA.

RPjnSA, via ocweekly.com

    

WHAT ARE YOU, FROM THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT?
Feet and food [Megan Brescini and John Gilhooley’s “Kitchen Ink,” June 4], seriously? That is so gross—yuck. Very unsanitary, to say the least.

Disgusting, Lake Forest, via ocweekly.com

   

TERRORIST BEASTS?
Why is the FBI wasting our tax dollars to pursue animal-rights activists as terrorists [Megan Brescini’s “Chalk and Awe,” June 18]? The cost of the prosecution must be enormous. What a waste in the middle of an economic crisis.

Why, Irvine, via ocweekly.com

    

Of course, if these folks were anti-abortion protesters, Republicans would be outraged at their arrests and they would be deemed heroes. If these guys are terrorists, then so are Operation Rescue and their fellow travelers. By the way, I don’t like these protests at the homes of people. I think that’s completely counterproductive and only makes enemies for the movement among the neighbors of the targeted individual.

RobE, via ocweekly.com

    

This article is a bit biased, don’t you think? You’re talking about putting people who drew with chalk on the sidewalk with scary masks on the same level as Osama bin Laden. Really? These vivisectors addict imprisoned monkeys to drugs, cut them open and kill them. They have no right to talk about terror—especially acting like masks are enough reason to convict people of such a thing. They must really have to wash the crap out of their pants on Halloween. This is about money and stopping those who seek to change this oppressive system. These vivisectors are frauds, torturers and killers paid with our taxes in places we aren’t even allowed to see inside of because the stuff inside is so upsetting. I think we all have the “right” to stand outside, write with chalk and wear masks all we want.

Corvus, via ocweekly.com

   

The right to lawfully protest, with a permit, is one thing. The right to assault someone is a crime. Hang ’em high.

Sweetpea, via ocweekly.com

 

CORRECTION
In Megan Brescini’s June 18 article “Chalk and Awe,” the name of the judge in the case against the anti-animal-research activists was incorrect. The judge is Ronald Whyte. The Weekly regrets the error.

 

ART DIRECTOR WANTED
OC Weekly has an opening for an experienced editorial art director who would be responsible for the overall design quality and integrity of the publication. He/she must be able to conceptualize and produce modern, sophisticated, vibrant design for covers, features and editorial pages. This individual must be a creative designer who has experience commissioning high-quality photography and illustration, negotiating fees, clearing rights, and managing a budget. The art director will balance strong leadership with strong collaboration in order to thrive in a team environment. Applicants must have a superior understanding of typography and expert-level skills in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat. Five years of editorial design experience is required. This is a full-time position. Applicants should submit résumé, samples, salary requirements and cover letter to Michael Shavalier, Design Director, Village Voice Media, 2800 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33137 or artjobs@villagevoicemedia.com.

 

PHOTO INTERN WANTED
OC Weekly has an opening for a photo intern to shoot quality photography for our online listings, blogs, slideshows and other interactive media. Candidates should have photo equipment, a vehicle and Photoshop experience. Send a résumé and cover letter to Kelly Lewis at kelewis@ocweekly.com or c/o OC Weekly, 2975 Red Hill Ave., Ste. 150, Costa Mesa, CA 92626.

Letters may be edited for clarity and length. E-mail to letters@ocweekly.com, or mail to Letters to the Editor, c/o OC Weekly, 2975 Red Hill Ave., Ste. 150, Costa Mesa, CA 92626. Or fax to (714) 550-5908.

 

 
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