As the Pilot editorial would say, Bogey to Steve Woodward for his letter filled with vitriol re: “tattooed punks who work at Nature’s Own” and his comments re: Robbins, a prime example of what happens when a once thriving community succumbs to industrial changes and the majority of its population becomes the minority!

Furthermore, Robbins is a bastion of families who have lived there for generations and cherish their conservative Christian values. Judge not Mr. Woodward, lest ye be judged.

And a Birdie to John Ficarro for bringing attention to the sad fact that North Carolina ranks No. 3 in euthanizing animals in the nation. To think that in Moore County alone we killed 1,295 animals is an abomination and inexcusable.

God bless those who do contribute both financially and physically to helping our four-legged friends, and remember: “What you do for the least of them you do for me.”

Mallory Hickey, Pinehurst

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