DML: I Respond to 3 Interesting Emails You Sent Me


Each day, we receive many messages from our readers. Today, I respond to three of them.

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I thought Sean Spicer’s participation at the Emmy Awards last night was a disgusting display of a person trying to enhance their own profile.  Spicer got nothing out of it, aside from a cheap laugh.  But when he doesn’t realize is they were laughing at him…. not with him.  You can imagine how I voted in your poll today!  Keep up the great work.  Yours is the best website on the web for news.

DML: Thanks, Tony. I have to say, I sort of agree with you about Spicer.

Regarding the actress who said she was rooting for all the black people to win awards at the Emmy’s, I think she is a POS.

DML: See, my op-ed on the subject is spot on because the anger of statements like hers builds up over time. Her statement was evil and racist. Had a white person said this in the opposite fashion, their career would be done. Over. Finished.

I am far from liberal, but I just read the 8 a.m. advisory. With these hurricanes hitting one after the next, I am starting to lean towards there being a climate change issue.  Walk me away from the cliff DML.

DML: Every year since I have been alive, there have been hurricanes. Many of them much worse than Irma and Harvey, the difference being there wasn’t an internet when we were kids, and you had to stand up to change the TV station using the dial on the tube. Now, there are 5 million channels all begging for your attention. It’s just getting blown out of proportion, in my opinion. Weather is always severe at this time of year.

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