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Bill Frost: Great job on the Daisy of Love distillation [“Daisy Chain,” April 23, City Weekly]. Totally agree. You made me chuckle, almost as much as DOL. Didn’t miss an episode!

Never missed Rock of Love, either—kinda like seeing a plumber with a big ass bend over: don’t want to look, but it’s like, “Man, that’s disgusting, but I had to look anyway!”

I loved your “douche nozzle” term. I’ll put that in my “snappy retort” file.

Tom Oates
Estes Park, Colo.

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