Reader: Amish story was vulgar and most likely sucked

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A call from a reader, regarding “Amish Girls Gone Wild,” March 14, 2007: Yes, I’m just a reader – actually, a former reader of the Scene magazine. I won’t be reading it no more. Your article in March was quite vulgar about the “Amish Girls Gone Wild.” It was pathetic. If you have nothing better to do with your time than interview and, like, stretch everything out of proportion, then you need to get a life, woman, because the article was sad, sad, sad. And you might want to, like, go get a job elsewhere doing something that you’re better at, because me and a bunch of others thought it was just bizarre, silly, and stupid. Adios!

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