Your letter is ineffective right out of the gates. I can only assume that by writing this letter you actually want Bray to read it and take your advice. I am only 35 years old, but I have learned in my life that when dealing with other people and attempting to have them come around to your way of thinking it is very ineffective to throw in underhanded jabs and sarcastic comments.
If you want to use your column to give Bray some advice would it be better received by him without those type of jabs? When you approach a person like you have here it accomplishes nothing and quite possibly makes the issue even bigger. I am also quite sure that because of the underhanded jabs and insults, Mr. Bray will most likely read this, tell you to F%*k off and throw it in the trash. All because of how you approached it.
Are you not wiser in your old age than that? Have you not already learned these life lessons?