Writing that reflects superficial thought and research, a popular slant and hurried composition, it's Monday Mail.
Whether you think the Mitt fits or Barack rocks, don't forget your rain gear and photo ID Tuesday when you go to vote, if you haven't voted already.
With the election imminent, the Obama campaign sent this email Friday saying it would quit sending me so many emails:
This is me saying goodbye to your inbox . But PLEASE don't celebrate until you've hit submit on that donation. Seriously, you've waited until the last minute here -- and we have our final big budget meeting tomorrow. We need your help now, before it's too late.
National Finance Director, Obama for America.
Yet another broken campaign promise. I got this email Saturday:
In a few hours, I'm walking into a budget meeting with the rest of the campaign management team. By the time we walk out of that room, we'll have decided exactly which attacks we can beat back .
Your donation will determine which attacks get a response -- and which don't. According to our records associated with this email address, you haven't chipped in to this campaign yet.
Ann Marie Habershaw,
Chief Operating Officer, Obama for America.
Dear Ann Marie:
If I've not chipped in, why do you have records associated with my email?
Here are postings to an Oct. 14 Monday Mail, which noted that to be realistic, the AMC Georgia-set zombie series "The Walking Dead" needs scavengers preying on all the dead bodies in it.
The show also needs insects. Can you imagine the flies zombies would attract? In the summer no zombie could sneak up on the living because they would hear the buzz.
Some readers don't value such insights. Here's a posting from ledger2980:
Do your really believe this is journalism?
Do your ever look up "journalism"? One definition opens this column.
Here's a posting from StayClassyColumbus, who uses Will Ferrell's 2004 character Ron Burgundy as an online icon:
They actually pay you for this garbage?
No, I wrote that on my day off. Why? You didn't read it and post a comment while you were supposed to be working, did you?
Tim Chitwood, email@example.com, 706-571-8508.