When I pick up my morning paper I don’t expect to see in bold, black letters (a profanity) that I consider very foul (Tribune, Feb. 7).
What a stupid supervisor (Adam Hill) tells someone in a private message should stay private, or at least be on Page 4 or 5, not in bold black letters on the front page.
It’s bad enough to see Trump’s face scowling at me first thing every morning.
I think this was offensive to a lot of your readers and I think you owe us an apology in big black letters.
Sign Up and Save
Get six months of free digital access to The Tribune
Caryll Krebs, Paso Robles