Letters

Ramesh Nyberg
Miami

Editor's note: Ramesh Nyberg is a homicide detective with the Metro-Dade Police Department.

ALL RIGHT, JENNIFER, HERE IT IS: DESPERATE HERALD FAN WITH BALL GAG AND HANDCUFFS SEEKS INTELLECTUAL STUD PLAYMATE

Greg Baker and New Times pride themselves on their "Just Say No!" campaign against censorship. But I think New Times readers should know that this ultra-liberal weekly may not always practice what it preaches. For instance, my friend tried to advertise T-shirts she had made that said, "Saddam-ize Hussein." New Times would not print the ad. And in a desperate attempt to find a playmate, I advertised in New Times's personals. I wanted the ad to read, "...seeks intellectual stud..." but stud was, whoops, censored! Too racy, it seems. Although for some reason it's okay for the phone lines to advertise "Canadian Girls to Dominate You Now!"

Who really needs to be censored? Rafael Navarro. Put a ball gag in his mouth! Take away his thesaurus and handcuff him so he cannot write another egomaniacal word. As long as this guy rules at New Times, I'll keep reading the Miami Herald for my film and restaurant reviews.

Jennifer Ammon
Miami Beach

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