It's unlikely that this letter will win me many friends or even garner much attention. However, writing it is the only way I know to provide a positive, confident, and assertive vision of humanity's future and our role in it. The points I plan to make in this letter will sound tediously familiar to everyone who wants to expose lpsg's op-ed pieces for what they really are. Nevertheless, it says that hidebound energumens are more deserving of honor than our nation's war heroes. You know, I don't think I have heard a less factually based statement in my entire life. I am one of lpsg's victims. Or, to express that sentiment without all of the emotionally charged lingo, lpsg insists that diseases can be defeated not through standard medical research but through the creation of a new language, one that does not stigmatize certain groups and behaviors. Sorry, lpsg, but, with apologies to Gershwin, "it ain't necessarily so." Many people have witnessed lpsg disparage and ridicule our traditional heroes and role models. Lpsg generally insists that its witnesses are mistaken and blames its illiberal writings on the worst kinds of unprofessional cheapskates I've ever seen. It's like it has no-fault insurance against personal responsibility. What's more, lpsg is the embodiment of everything petty in our lives. Every grievance, every envy, every mad ideology finds expression in lpsg. If lpsg makes fun of me or insults me, I hear it, and it hurts. But I take solace in the fact that I am still able to arraign lpsg at the tribunal of public opinion. Lpsg has been trying to convince us that university professors must conform their theses and conclusions to its virulent prejudices if they want to publish papers and advance their careers. This pathetic attempt to break down age-old institutions and customs deserves no comment other than to say that lpsg has stated that it can make all of our problems go away merely by sprinkling some sort of magic pink pixie dust over everything that it considers deluded or repugnant. One clear inference from that statement -- an inference that is never really disavowed -- is that everyone and everything discriminates against it -- including the writing on the bathroom stalls. Now that's just capricious. Let's face it: If lpsg can't stand the heat, it should get out of the kitchen. Trapped by the cognitive dissonance engendered by hard evidence and common sense, lpsg feels obligated to guarantee the destruction of anything that looks like a vital community in a deplorable attempt to justify its paroxysms. Someone needs to advance a clear, credible, and effective vision for dealing with our present dilemma and its most presumptuous manifestations. Who's going to do it? Lpsg? I think not. I hope I haven't bored you by writing an entire letter about lpsg. Still, this letter was the best way to explain to you that lpsg takes irreligionism to bed with it at night and snuggles up to it as if it were a big, fuzzy teddy bear.