Published by Sushi on Thursday, March 29, 2007 at 2:40 AM.
This is possibly the best rejection letter I’ve ever seen (not mine). It’s much better than the two page Stanford undergraduate rejection letter which proclaimed that my rejection had nothing to do with my accomplishments, grades, test scores, athletics, extracurricular activities, econo-social status, or the name I gave my puppy (it must have been the pigeon I kicked by accident in 2nd grade!). I hope every rejection letter writer will learn from this example. The crooked thing even adds character too.