Dump Anything But Ask A Mexican 

Pin It

In response to your request for reader opinion on syndicated content, I’d like to say that Ask A Mexican and This Modern World are two of the primary reasons I pick up a copy of City Weekly each Thursday.

NewsQuirks is mildly amusing, but I could take it or leave it. Unless I’m extremely curious about the question being posed, I rarely read an entire Straight Dope piece, as it all too often seems like an exercise in verbal convolution. Free Will Astrology is a complete waste of time and space as far as I’m concerned.

I implore you to return Ask A Mexican to the revered pages of your publication and dump something else if you must. And, if all my wishes could come true, I’d wish that This Modern World could return to the larger font size you once used. Have a heart for us senior readers.

Cliff Randle
North Salt Lake
City Weekly
fan since it was the Private Eye and I could get a copy at The Farmer’s Daughter

Pin It

Speaking of Ask A Mexican

  • Where's "Ask a Mexican"?

    First of all, I love your paper! The editorials are right on. But what happened to “Ask a Mexican”?
    • Nov 14, 2012
  • Keep a Mexican

    I have looked for Ask a Mexican several times and wondered what had happened.
    • Dec 21, 2011
  • Border Security & Illegal vs. Legal

    How to secure America's borders
    • Jun 7, 2011
  • More »

More by City Weekly Readers

  • Soap Box: Oct. 6-12

    • Oct 19, 2016
  • Soap Box: Sept. 22-28

    Our readers have spoken! Here's what they had to say about Five Wives vodka, Utah Valley's predictable billboards, Jason Christiensen's apology for anti-LGBTQ comments and more.
    • Oct 5, 2016
  • Soap Box, Sept. 15-21

    • Sep 28, 2016
  • More »

Latest in Letters


Subscribe to this thread:

Add a comment

Readers also liked…

  • A Strange and Barbaric Practice

    In the well-written City Weekly cover story on circumcision ["Circumcision Decision," Sept. 17], the God of the Jewish, Muslim and Christian religions is credited with beginning this practice: God demands that the 99-year- old Abraham cut off his foreskin in order to prove his loyalty.
    • Sep 23, 2015
  • Mike Noel's Resistance to Reason

    I enjoyed Colby Frazier's cover story about state Rep. Mike Noel, R-Kanab ["The Herd Bull of the House," May 14, City Weekly]. I attended the Great Public Lands Gamble Rally at the Capitol in January 2015, at which Noel audaciously stepped up to the microphone to attempt a refutation (the gospel according to St. Mike) of the "lies" being perpetrated by the proponents of public lands.
    • May 20, 2015

© 2016 Salt Lake City Weekly

Website powered by Foundation