To the Daily Sun,
In response to the letters the past couple weeks, I was glad to see that we have two writers giving out prizes for the most wacked-out letters of the month. The first award for the "Loo" going to two writers were the correct choices. I am sure as I read the constant BS that comes out of Steve Earle, he has a lock on the "dumb" foolery award.
Steve's letter in Daily Sun of Sept. 2 states and I "quote" I read Henry Osmer's statement that he would have to see to believe I have a DD-form 214. Where did this come from Steve? I asked Mr. Wiles in a letter dated Aug. 14 if he had served in the military. Mr Wiles wrote in his column Aug. 20 that he served in the Army. My letter dated Aug. 27 I responded by saying, "If you have a DD-form 214, thank you for your service. However, pretending to be a right-winger who has questioned the birth place of President Obama, I would have to see it to believe it. Awk, awk.
This twisted letter by the Duke Of Earle proves again that parrots can write but they can't read. I would suggest to Mr. Earle that he get up off his brain and give it a chance to breathe. And furthermore, have Mr. Wiles proofread your scribblings before you send them to the Daily Sun.
I want to assure Mr. Wiles that I have never met Mr. Ververka or Mr. Cracraft. I am very impressed with their letters which are written in a manner that me and others don't have the ability to do. To close Steve, clear your head. We discussed your service at the town dump. Remember? Awk, awk. "Ramblin on"
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