Dear Editor, I just read Stephen Moser's edifying if somewhat obnoxious column detailing his efforts to stem the flow of junk mail being delivered to him [“After a Fashion,” Aug. 26]. Being as averse to waste and unbridled advertising as the next girl, I found the article quite useful, but I wonder what use Mr. Moser saw in insulting children in the process of educating his public. I don't find his catty comments at all cute or charming. Of course Mr. Moser is entitled to his opinion but I found his remarks regarding children offensive and in poor taste. Mr. Moser, were you not a child once yourself?