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To The Editors At Vanity Fair

From Yoichi Shimatsu
Journalist, Former Editor The Japan Times Group

Re:  Cocktail Hour - Sorkin's foul-mouthed letter to his daughters is sick and should not be made public

In what you describe as a "moving letter", Aaron Sorkin's message to his daughters is beyond ill-mannered and foul-mouthed and certainly no way that any father should be speaking to his family, especially over matters of public interest and political life of a nation.

His diatribe  more resembles a bowel movement than any motion of the intellect, which was expressed in his writing for the film "Social Media".

The very fact that he released his "private" message to any and all readers exposes his parental failure and moral failing, by losing track of what it means to be a member of a small private and exclusive group of confidants called a family.

To quote Mr. Sorkin: "Here’s what we’ll do…we’ll fucking fight. (Roxy, there’s a time for this kind of language and it’s now.)"
Correction: Fucking and fighting are two separate categories of behavior, as in love and hate, unless one happens to be a rapist, Roxy.
Another quote:"If he does manage to be a douche nozzle"

Comment: Feminine hygiene should not be used in a derogatory manner in public discourse, and Sorkin in doing so is obviously someone who uses the "C-word", and let's really hope not to his daughters.

For a politically correct and very moving opinion-maker, Aaron Sorkin is an asshole and you are allowed to say that in the privacy of a toilet, preferably while flushing.

Editors at Vanity Fair, maybe your next letter to children and family can come from a pedophile parent, as you desperately try to a remain relevant as a purveyor of trash.

Yoichi Shimatsu



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