Dear Wild Utah,
I LOVE your publication! Thanks for making this transplanted New Yorker laugh
out loud and forget she’s stuck in Utah.
Please tell me where I can find it in downtown SLC. If you don t have an outlet, I’ll find you one!
Kevin and Nan Christensen
I loved the Modar article!! Very funny! I work for a very conservative Utah
Valley company (my day job) which uses state-of-the-art “Modar detectors”
in the recruiting process. All employees are either Mormon or they wore white
tee-shirts underneath their clothing during the interview process.
We received a copy of Wild Utah as a donation this week at the library. It
is very much the sort of material that we need to archive. Is there any chance
you could send it to us as a gift? I realize that newspapers do not grow on
trees, but there is just no way we can pay the $60. We’d love to have it -
honestly. It belongs in our Special Collections.
William Moore, Marriott Library University of Utah
Today, I picked up your November Issue from a local business. I think it
rocks. It’s great that you guys can say whatever you want and don’t have to
keep watching your backs. Thanks for, I believe, the best newspaper ever!
Sincerely, J.W. Salt Lake City
Just looked at Wild Utah web site and think you’ve got a pretty good thing
going. Certainly, Utah could use some humor even though most don’t get that
the joke’s on them.
Speaking of jokes, here’s one for your next issue: Do you know what happens when you cross a Unitarian with a Mormon? They still go door-to-door, they just don’t have anything to say.