Here it is, in all its glory:<br><br>Dear Sir,<br><br>Traipsing down the sidewalk like unconscious deities, the two young women each ate from her bag of potato chips. The one on the right emptied her bag, and with the insouciance of someone to the pigsty born, dropped it delicately onto the sidewalk. Elegantly and with the off-hand pride of the self-absorbed, she licked the good fat and salt of the chips from each of her elegantly raised fingers. Chaucer's Prioress would have been proud.<br><br>I thought I might risk the slings and arrows of outraged entitlement to express a gentle reminder that Reading is not a garbage dump. But then I thought again. After all, the mound of garbage on the corner of Marion and 12th has festered there for weeks. The pile of discarded clothes on the sidewalk behind the Northeast Middle School has been out long enough for the cloth to start rotting away. The trail of McDonald's wrappers, old newspapers, Giant market plastic bags, sheet after sheet of abandoned homework, and all the other detritus that makes Reading so attractive suggested that the young goddess was right. We do live in a pigsty.<br><br><br>. . . . . Here's lookin' at [color:red]you</font color=red> kid.
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