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First Words: Our Readers Are Comedians

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On "NEISD to Discuss Changing Lee High School's Name During Monday Meeting" // Miguel Maltos Gonzales: Although I can't agree with Lee's ideals, or with his mission. I can acknowledge Lee is a big part of southern history. After all there is far more to southern history than what the privileged put in books, and enforce their view of our culture. [sic]

On "16 Memes That Perfectly Describe Our Complex Relationship With Tamales" // George Hooper: I have three empty husks before me as I read this. I am both amused and fat.

On "San Antonio's Made Strides in Bike Infrastructure, but It Needs Leaps" // Jesus Martinez: I've been to the Siclovia events and know for a fact that San Antonians love riding their bicycles around the city. It is so infuriating that the city has no regard for a healthier, more eco-friendly mode of transportation. Humiliating for a city so recognized world-wide. [sic]

On "An Out-of-Shape Reporter Goes to the Gym" // Matt Sevier: An atheist, a vegan, and a crossfitter walk into a bar. I only know because they told everyone within two minutes.


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