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Letter: Why don’t Utahns own up to dents they cause?
First Published Mar 06 2014 01:01 am • Last Updated Mar 07 2014 09:06 am

My car has received several dents in parking lots here in Utah and not once did I receive a note from anyone who did them.

While I was living in Washington state, a couple who were from India and were Hindu (she had the red dot on her forehead) made a dent in my car and they went to the trouble to track me down in the store so that they could take responsibility for it.

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It is hard for me to believe that the dents and dings here in Utah were caused by infidels. Enough said; draw your own conclusion.

Joyce Cherry


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