Re July 29 column by Celia Rivenbark, “Cheerful cursers not all @#$ bad”
I can’t believe she could get paid to write such an article. Anyone that is proud to use the language she claims to use should not be published in a family newspaper. I find it to be disgusting. She can be sure I will never read anything she writes. Her reference to Chick-fil-A was uncalled for. If she speaks with gutter language, I don’t care to hear or read it.
I am sure The Sun News can find better writers than Celia Rivenbark.
The writer lives in Myrtle Beach.
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