Letters: Frogs, and Corduroy Shorts
SCOTT SIMON, Host:
Time now for your letters. A correction first. Last week Mandalit del Barco filed a reporter's notebook after she was on assignment in Puerto Rico. She referred to the coqui frogs that lull her to sleep and said that Puerto Rico was the only place where you could hear those frogs. Well, we got several e-mails from Hawaiian listeners.
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