Opinion: Who knows what Miss Scripps was thinking?

Doug Brilliante

San Diego

The letter last week from James Hudnut is typical of the drivel that is spewed by the seal (advocates).

Mr. Hudnut wrote that if Miss Scripps “lived today she would no doubt want Casa Beach to be a rookery for harbor seals.” This is presumptuous and preposterous.

Mr. Hudnut presumes to know what a person he never knew would have done if she lived now instead of from 1836-1932. Absurd and ridiculous!

Did Mr. Hudnut see this in his crystal ball or on his Ouija board?

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Posted by Staff on Jun 23, 2011. Filed under News, Opinion. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

4 Comments for “Opinion: Who knows what Miss Scripps was thinking?”

  1. James

    While I agree with Doug's point of view I'm a little disgusted by the light letting him post this while referring to James Hudnall as "Hudnut"!

    Stay Classy San Diego

    • James

      Did I really get seven thumbs down for not wanting someone to resort to name calling while re-hashing my previous comments? That's awesome!

  2. cyberKICK

    Those who actually knew her have said on TV that Ellen Scripps would be appauled that the seals are taking over the children's pool. The language was very clear what this place was being set aside for.

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