Oldest in Seaport
I often point out to tourists the grave marker at the old jail. It was a yard where...merchant marines and whalers and Americans and Europeans who died here [were] buried. I noticed your article on early cemeteries in San Diego (“Browsing San Diego pioneer graves at Old Town’s Campo Santo cemetery,” Golden Dreams, March 6). I believe this one this is probably the oldest one.
First of all on page...the hell, you have these page numbers so tiny, can’t read the damn things. On page 3, Marty Graham’s article how San Diego city council wants to spend your money (“San Diego city council members have distinct goals for city money,” City Lights, March 13). It’s an interesting article but why the hell does she throw these acronyms at us without defining them? The very first paragraph says something about the “99 PDF pages.” What the hell is a PDF?