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Having seen the crowds at Rodizio, it can't be that bad. If I were a restaurant owner, I'd be angry if the customers were responding positively and a reviewer wrote what Kyle did. I think that's what happened.

Richard Hart
Denver

Anchors Away
Just a note to express my appreciation for the excellent article in your October 17 issue by Steve Jackson about the U.S. Navy Armed Guard, "The Unknown Sailors." How nice it was for those of us who served in that special branch of the Navy to receive some recognition for the part we played.

Steve really put together a "hard to lay down" article that brought back some great memories--and some we would rather forget. Also, great pictures.

Cecil W. Ray
Colorado Springs

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