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A fine homecoming

To The Editor:

My purpose in writing this letter is to tell about a crime against one of our soldiers, Pablo E. Fajardo, Jr., rank AIC in the United States Air Force.

On a recent 10−day leave, he drove home to Brooklyn from his base in South Dakota to visit his family, who live throughout the city and Long Island.

The first night home, his car was vandalized, windows broken and seats stolen. Without his car, and with the extra expense, it was difficult for him to visit everyone.

I am saddened that this happened in our city, but especially to someone, who is serving our country.

Diane Bonauro

Bergen Beach

Conservative love

To The Editor:

Stanley Gershbein [“It’s Only My Opinion”], I’m a retired math teacher and I look forward to reading your columns.

I’m a Conservative, and your voice gives me a smile. Do you listen to Mark Levin on the radio?

David Simonoff

Park Slope

Stanley Gershbein responds:

A Conservative schoolteacher? You are rare.

I think Mark Levin is one of the brightest, most intelligent voices in America today. I try to listen, but my schedule doesn’t always permit me.

I’m away from home quite a bit, and when I am home I tape many talk radio shows. I wind up listening to the shows of “The Great One” two or three weeks after they are broadcast.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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