Letter: Please censor letter-writer

Dear Editor,

I am writing you with heart-in-hand with a request: please, do not print anymore letters from Roland Seguin.

The last entry of Mr. Seguin’s weekly opinion column [Better odds than Brookswood, June 19 Letters, Langley Advance] really takes the cake. Is he really that obtuse?

The comment about not minding a few extra degrees is not only ridiculous, but downright irresponsible. I don’t understand why you give him a platform to share his skewed ideas of the world, other than inciting people to write in – worked for me.

Every time I open your paper it seems that there is another opinion from him. Is he on the payroll? Does he have nothing better to do with his time?

I swear, if I see another entry from him, I will never read your paper again and cancel my subscription.

Diane Todosychuk, Brookswood

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