Review Editorial Deeply Flawed
To the Editors:

While going about my business this Saturday as I normally do, I happened to read your staff editorial on “binge drinking” at Oberlin, and was knocked (metaphorically) ass-over-teakettle by its implication that people who like to drink several nights a week — people such as myself, I will confess with disarming frankness —“have a problem.” In a masterful display of rhetorical power and force, the piece begins “Monday night: pitchers at the Inn. Tuesday night: quarter beers. Wednesday night: any special at the Feve.” Well, first of all, Wednesday night at the Feve is actually any special except Friday’s — get your facts straight, you bunch of tea-sippers!

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