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Like everyone else in the Triangle, even the many others that are annoyed by his writing, I am very happy that Peter Eichenberger survived his bicycle crash and is doing well

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Like everyone else in the Triangle, even the many others that are annoyed by his writing, I am very happy that Peter Eichenberger survived his bicycle crash and is doing well ("Inside Eichenberger's brain," March 1). But given what's going on here and worldwide, I cannot believe you could not have used the six-page, five-picture space devoted to Peter on coverage that readers and advertisers would be more interested in seeing and reading.

Malcolm Carroll

Durham

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