POLL: Lady Sends in Audition Video. Should DML Hire Her?


On December 10, Mary and I went to Foxwoods Casino in CT to see a comedy show.  Mary and I took a selfie and sent it to Anneta, a.k.a. the lady who manages my writing staff for this website.  She then posted the photo on Facebook.

Later on during dinner, Mary and I were reading the comments left under the photo on Facebook.  That’s when we came across “Nancy.” She had posted a comment tagged for her sister, Janice.  The message read: “Janice, DML is at the same show you are at.”  I responded by writing, “Have Janice find us at the steak house.”

Long story short, Janice and her husband tracked us down.  We invited the couple to have a holiday drink with us at the bar.  Janice went on to tell me that she and Nancy are two of eight sisters.  They all voted for Trump, and they all watch my Walk & Talks.  Some of the sisters knew me from my TV show on Newsmax.

While having drinks at the bar, a hostess approached Janice and said, “There is a phone call for you at the front desk.”

Turns out the call was from Nancy — she wanted to speak with me.

Nancy informed that she was about to make a Walk & Talk video from her home in Florida.

Minutes later a video was sent to my phone from Nancy.  She was in a pink robe walking the streets doing an imitation of me as she reported on her neighbor’s Christmas lights.

I found her to be hysterical, so I gave her the nickname “Pinky.”  The nickname was inspired by the character from the sitcom, ‘Happy Days.’

With our new media platform set for a breakout year in 2017, and our new app recently launched (Andriod users can download from play.google.com by searching for DML APP or Dennis Michael Lynch.  We remain in the waiting stage for Apple to approve the app for iPhones), we are looking for citizen journalists who can appear on-air.   That said, Pinky took it upon herself to send me an audition video.  I did not ask her to do such a thing, she took the initiative to do it on her own.

Below is her video.  Watch it and then take our poll asking if we should hire her for the new network.  Not sure how or where she fits in just yet, but we can find something I am sure.  Video is below the poll.

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