Letters to the Editor

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Ice Cream Dreams

Regarding Michael Alan Goldberg’s feature story on Little Baby’s Ice Cream:

I have been an ice-cream lover for decades but the two ads for Little Baby’s Ice Cream have creeped me out. I’m curious, however, as to how they came up with the Little Baby’s name. Is the “little baby” their ice cream business venture? Or is there some other “little baby” to which the name refers? It’s not important. Their ads are so bad I have no desire to try their product.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

I would have happily tried this ice cream until I saw that lame viral ad of the man covered in ice cream eating himself. Fail. I will never eat here now.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Those ads are great! And the ice cream is good. Why would you deny yourself fun and good ice cream based on what the advertisements look like? It does not affect the taste. You are lost in a tortured dungeon of brand recognition and consumerism.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

Rocky Road

Regarding Tara Murtha’s column about a couple who had to move out of South Philly due to a creepy neighbor—who has since been charged with murder:

Yes, that stretch between Tasker and Morris on Seventh Street is quite unsavory ... I wish the police would do weekly sweeps and clear the degenerates from that areas. There are several businesses that allow these folks to congregate in and outside, thus making it much harder to clean up the neighborhood.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

What do hipsters think, that they are neighborhood gods? No, they are the neighborhood ASSHOLES who try to dictate how you should live, breath, eat, vote, what car to ride, bicycle rules, trash police and fucking rats. FUCK YOU all and go back to where the fuck you come from.

ANONYMOUS, via philadelphiaweekly.com

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