Letters to the Editor

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Regarding Aaron Kase’s article about an incident at the Controller’s Office:

Harvey Rice and Marty O’Rourke are flat-out bullies. They have created a hostile work environment using fear, disrespect and intimidation. I know this first hand because I was one of the 12 employees interrogated by Keystone Intelligence. We never filled out a psychological questionnaire, the “so called” investigator did all the writing except for the 25 times each of us had to write what was on the bathroom stall door. What was written on the stall door was childish and wrong and they should have called the police if they thought it was a hate crime. There was no representation from human resources or other management present. We were led into the conference room under false information that Mr. Rice wanted to see us for a meeting.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

When “sexually explicit” graffiti is also a hate crime, it is the victim, Mr. Butkovitz, we should be protecting. What does it feel like to be attacked at his own workplace, possibly by a co-worker? An investigation is totally appropriate, and identifying the perpetrator of the crime is a necessary goal.

DR. D.G. BERGER, via philadelphiaweekly.com

X Factor

Regarding Sean Burns’ review of Project X:

So what you were expecting a tearjerker? A drama? It’s a fun party movie. It delivered on everything it promised and then some. And I don’t know what you mean by one of the most insufferable performances of the year, I thought that Costa kid was excellent and hilarious

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Great review. It’s obvious just from a plot description (but most definitely from the trailer) that this movie is a piece of garbage tossed out for sad little boob hunters. Have fun with those wet dreams, guys.

CASTORTROY, via philadelphiaweekly.com

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