LARRY BEING LARRY
Larry Agran has shown himself to be an ass ever since one week after 9/11 (nice timing, asshole), when he tried to sneak in a vote for the centerline rail project that Irvine residents had previously voted down [R. Scott Moxley's Moxley Confidential, "Larry Agran, It's Time for You to Go," May 27]. For bad taste, alone, he should be exiled up the freeway to a job at TBN. A guy who has no more integrity than him, I don't even want flipping a burger at McDonalds for me. Frickin' clown.
Jack, via ocweekly.com
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This sick-minded piece of shit deserves the death penalty [R. Scott Moxley's Moxley Confidential, "Viewer Discretion Advised," June 3]. MSNBC should have never given this coward any airtime. The fact that he laughs and eats makes me sick. He is a failed actor who is a liar and a murderer. He has no conscience about what he's done and the people he has affected. He belongs in hell for what he did to Sam [Herr] and Julie [Kibuishi] and the friends and families left to suffer. RIP, Sam; thank you for being a best friend all these years. Justice will be served!
Rob, via ocweekly.com
Daniel Patrick Wozniak is a sick-fuck satanic murderer. I hope he gets the death sentence. The rage this man makes me feel is toxic. Don't be fooled by his acting. He is a good actor, but a monster in sheep's clothing.
Iamseanstevenson, via ocweekly.com
I'm so surprised by the murders committed on U.S. military bases in recent times. I have always felt so safe on a military base. How did this scumbag get access to the Los Alamitos base in the first place? If a soldier cannot feel safe on a military base, what have we done?
Titus Aurelius, via ocweekly.com
He committed one of the most heinous, gruesome, nightmarish murders in OC history. And he is smiling on TV. No words.
Speechless, via ocweekly.com
A CALMER SHADE OF WHITE
What I see is that my white "brothers" who go on about white pride use it as a thinly veiled excuse to denigrate others [Gustavo Arellano's ¡Ask a Mexican! May 20.] I have never gotten any negative vibes from Weekly writers regarding my northern European background. But then, I don't use it as an excuse to badmouth people with one-half or one teaspoon more melanin in their skin than I have. (I have a couple of more important things to worry about.) As an example, I have no feeling that the KKK articles are aimed at me, personally. They are just statements of fact about where our society has come from, and they illustrate roots of aspects of today's culture. It's about giving people hope that they can better their and their families' lots in life and motivation to try to act on that hope.
Bill T, via ocweekly.com
LOOKS LIKE WE STOPPED RUNNING THOSE LISTINGS JUST IN TIME
I've noticed for months now the slow erosion of your OC restaurant listings. Frankly, now, it's pathetic. What gives—no space or what? I did notice in your May 27 issue that under the "North OC" category, you had 30 listings, and of those, 14 were Vietnamese! Say what? Is that a "dong" in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?
Robert, via email
Okay, I'll try to not call St. Roy a "gastropub," [Edwin Goei's "The Gastropub That Ain't," May 27]. But a lot of those dishes resemble something a hip insurance agent might have ordered in an nice suburban restaurant circa 1975. And spaetzle that chews like gnocchi? Sounds like spaetzle that chews like spaetzle (nothing wrong with that) because potato gnocchi should chew like air. Get Marcella Hazan's first book and learn how to do it. Or charge into Pizzeria Ortica on your OC Weekly stallion and command them to add the great Italian dumpling to their menu. (You might as well mention pesto while you've got the horse out.)
Now where was I? Oh, yeah, St. Roy. You've made some of their unstylish food sound appealing, but, unfortunately, I don't go to gastropubs.
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HOT DRINK, WARM HEART
A good Irish coffee is always a treat, but it's even better on a cold, foggy day with a fire spitting and crackling at the hearth [Brandon Ferguson's Drink of the Week, June 3]. This evening will be too rainy for anything else, so I believe I'll run a lab test on your recipe.
Parley Baer, via ocweekly.com