I am writing to encourage your magazine to devote less time to sports-related topics and more to subjects that the majority of your readers enjoy. I don't like sports in general. Watching a football or basketball game (or just about any other variation of sport) is about as exciting as watching grass grow. Reading a story about a sports event that happened yesterday or last week is even more uninteresting. May I suggest that sports can only be properly enjoyed in person? Writing about it, after the fact, cannot capture whatever charm the game has for its adherents. And anyway most of them don't read. So, again, I encourage you to raise the quality of your fine periodical by limiting sports coverage as much as possible.
Thank you very much.