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October 18, 2017 | 05:01 PM

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print email Source: Editorial: SOMETHING I THINK YOU’LL LIKE & SOMETHING I KNOW YOU’LL HATE
Jerry I agree with you the sentence for Weiner was too harsh
October 14, 2017 | 03:36 PM

That being said, the old Oscar Meyer jingle comes to mind, I wish I was an Oscar Meyer weiner, yeah gross, but funny Ha!Ha!Ha!

Karl
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Piping Plovers
October 11, 2017 | 08:16 AM

Dear Jerry,
Great article! I am as disillusioned as much as you, and the rest of the country. Now more than ever we need you, me, and Alex Baldwin to take the walk through the Piping Plovers...It will generate a lot of money to go to your free Patriotic movie! Not to mention what it would do for the Birds.

Peace,

Bob Kerr

Bob Kerr
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Something I Think You'll Like
October 11, 2017 | 05:09 AM

Jerry ! As you know, I'm a U.S. Army Vietnam vet, so I have the special privilege of saluting our flag during the National Anthem at football games instead of just putting my hand over my heart. But I don't do either, because I'm not so sure myself what America stands for anymore. And speaking of standing, I never do it if I have lousy seats, where there isn't enough leg room to even scratch my you-know-whats, lest I fall over into the front row and crack my skull (MSG is the worst). So, I just sit and look around at all the people standing and singing, who never actually did ANYTHING of substance for their country. While they look down at me with their bogus and disapproving patriotic looks. Best, Bill

Bill Crandall
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American Legion Post 924
October 10, 2017 | 04:46 PM

This message is to Al LoBlanco and Dorothy Alteri, and everyone at Post 924, to say Thank You for honoring my father and restoring the beautiful flag he painted on the doors of the American Legion, Hampton Bays. I cherish the photos and memories of him and his work, he was a proud American and patriot, and a great father.
Best,
Nick Lombardi (Caldwell, NJ)

Nick Lombardi, Jr
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Robert Q. Lewis
October 09, 2017 | 08:46 PM

Fascinating about Robert Q. Lewis! I was a child contestant on "Play Your Hunch," which he was hosting in 1963. I remember him being very nice to the kids, and chatting with my mother in the elevator after the show's taping. Always wondered about his personal life. So glad to hear he was batting for my team!!

Roger
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Jerry's Bubble Bath Folly
October 04, 2017 | 11:30 AM

Jerry - just don't try to be a "creative" cooker, because if you were to end up performing on a stove like you did in the bathroom, god only knows what the outcome could be. Let your gorgeous wife Judy do all the cooking.
All my best.
Joel

Joel Harris
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Hey Bubble Man, Get Life Alert
October 04, 2017 | 03:20 AM

Next time keep a traction mat on the bottom of your tub so you have grip power for your feet and call Life Alert, the medics would die laughing, as I did reading this very funny article. Jerry, you are too much! LOL P.S. A scuba outfit kept in your bathroom may be another idea!

Karl
print email Source: Editorial: WHY AM I SO ANGRY?
Jerry, I have a solution for your anger day
October 03, 2017 | 03:08 AM

Pour yourself a giant Malted, thick as cement, eat a big Cheeseburger and finish it off with watching Abbott and Costello meets the Wolfman
Ha!Ha!Ha! you will laugh your ass off and be full of good food while you do it! My advice, try it, I guarantee it will bring you good results!

Karl
print email Source: Editorial: A GUIDE FOR PARENTS OF 14-YEAR-OLD GIRLS
Ehhhhhh
October 01, 2017 | 01:36 PM

After reading this I feel it is a bit stereotypical towards teenage girls. I appreciate your experience but feel that it is putting out a bad message if you are warning people about children. People have children to raise them and love them not to warn people who bad and horrible they are. Every child is different.

Sophie
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TIME TO RELAX JERRY
September 27, 2017 | 03:12 AM

My dear Jerry ! You have to relax! Borrowing an old phrase from Nancy Reagan, "Just say No."¯ When the Indian guy calls asking if you're JDF, just say NO and hang up. If you're inner-voice tempts you to watch the Giants lose their next game, just say NO. If the UN or NATO says they're going to do something, fuhgeddaboutit. And if you're worried about our POTUS ! DON'T be. He will never make it to 2020 with Mueller "hot"¯ on his tail and trail. Everyone knows that now. So relax my friend. We survived Nixon and we'll survive this. Meanwhile, pour a nice Bloody Mary; order in some great Chinese food; and enjoy the show. Talk about fun with your clothes on ! this is it. XOXO, Bill

Bill Crandall
print email Source: Editorial: FLORA ZUNALUS AND MERCY MICHELL CAN’T WAIT TO HAVE SEX WITH ME
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thank you
September 22, 2017 | 04:00 PM

Thank You.

bob welsh
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The Next President of the United States Is.....
September 21, 2017 | 03:19 PM

Joe Biden wins if he wants it, yep I know he is old, but he is our kinda old and he is bankable and substantive. Cuomo has a mistress that will come out, DeBlasio is not liked by anyone, and Sanders had his time, and anyone else is just blowing smoke, because there is no loved Democrat at this time, even though Trump is not likeable, he has the power of incumbency. Unless Trump is impeached or resigned, than Pence is the next president as unsettling as that sounds, because he will have the power of incumbency. Any other scenarios are just wishful thinking.

Karl
print email Source: Editorial: ON JUDGMENT DAY MOM OF VICTIM FINDS JUSTICE
inadequate justice
September 20, 2017 | 06:18 PM

A sad piece of shit, Steven Maciello is My justice for him would be somewhat different. Unprintable here to be sure. Brooklyn justice is due here.

jim Schmitt
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Nobody Asked Me, But....
September 20, 2017 | 05:06 AM

First Jerry ! David Dinkins was unequivocally the worst Mayor in the recent history of New York City. Next, de Blasio will never get the 2020 DEM nomination for POTUS because Andrew Cuomo will get it before him. Last, Cuomo will win because Trump isn't even going to run for re-election at his age in '20. Just cash in his political chips and contacts, and leverage them for the betterment of the Trump Organization (that's what I'd do for my kids.) Then again, look for N.Y. Senator Chuck Schumer running as a DEM "dark horse"¯ candidate, and Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton for the GOP. Real "long shots"¯ being Tillerson, Kelly, Mattis, or McMaster. You heard it first, right here. Best, Bill

Bill Crandall
print email Source: Editorial: Sex With Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda
September 17, 2017 | 03:18 AM

Roger Vadim transformed Brigitte Bardot and Jane Fonda into the blond sex fantasy woman for men. Yet, when Jane Fonda began campaiging against the Vietnam war she dropped the blond, artificial hair and looked like a real woman with real passions. Brigitte Bardot found her passion for animal rights when her days as a sex goddess were over. Surely Jane becoming politically aware and finding a cause she believed in and making a difference to the world was preferable to living her life as a sex object whose whole point was to make films for the sexual gratification of men, and then to find women for threesomes to please her husband.

Susan Maria Gavaghan
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Jane Fonda
September 16, 2017 | 04:53 PM

On the subject of the male fantasy of having threesomes - according to this logic, then all men should try to marry or have partners who are bisexual. Interestingly enough, when Johnny Depp married Amber Heard who is bisexual, he welcomed her bisexualtiy and the deal was that she was allowed to sleep with other women. However, when it came to reality and Amber was flirting openly in front of him with other women, he was unable to take this. Johnny Depp was in every man's dream situation but it ended up driving him mad and the marriage broke up.

Susan Maria Gavaghan
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Jane Fonda
September 16, 2017 | 04:55 AM

You criticized Tom Hayden for taking drugs - yet so did John Lennon. No-one today would say that Lennon taking drugs diminished his campaign to end the Vietnam war. At least he wasn't killing and raping, like a lot of the US soldiers were. Neither was Hayden.

Susan Maria Gavaghan
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Jane Fonda
September 16, 2017 | 03:58 AM

Surely, if having threesomes with 2 women is every man's fantasy, if Jane Fonda, who was extremely beautiful at this time, was prepared to go along with this, then why did Vadim get bored and dump her? I am somewhat confused by this fantasy - does it translate to reality? Bill Hicks, the commedian who died in the 90's used to speak about this fantasy. Yet when his girlfriend offered to have a threesome with him, he refused saying that he wouldn't want to tell his children that he had a threesome with their mother. Would men want this for their own daughters? I think you have misrepresented Tom Hayden, Jane's second husband here. Whatever his shortcomings were, he was right to campaign against the Vietnam war, which has been generally accepted as wrong. I think that getting into a cause was preferable to finding women for thresomes to please her husband. A very important ingredient in relationships is respect - does a woman who is willing to have threesomes to please her husband have his respect I wonder?

Susan Maria Gavaghan
print email Source: Editorial: LIBERAL PIGEON POOP
statues
September 13, 2017 | 05:38 AM

Everything that happens in America eventually makes its way across to England.
Now there are calls over here to tear down the statues of Admiral Nelson in Trafalgar Square, Oliver Cromwell in front of Parliament, and Winston Churchill.
We can all find different reasons to want someone's statue torn down.

dave trott
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Statues are the Father to the Man
September 13, 2017 | 02:45 AM

I, too, remember walking past those iconic and historical remembrances, grand statues in the form of stone and bronze. These statues towered above us, my brother and I, as my father would have us guess who they were first and then quiz us on the history of each one. What a learning experience and life adding event. No more soon, well there is always Hiawatha, the Great Indian Chief.

Karl
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Where to Go When Ya Gotta Go
September 13, 2017 | 01:15 AM

A bit long here but ! Sitting on my perch as a "Blue Dog Democrat"¯, I am increasingly more embarrassed by my life-long DEM Party affiliation and the Liberals who have hijacked American history in the name of progressive political correctness. For better or worse, I like our American statues. Not because I necessarily agree with everything those so honored stood for in their times, but because they are physical and intriguing reminders of how we got to where we are today. Great teaching tools for those who might not know otherwise. To wit, I remember all the years of walking through NYC's Central Park (and other places around town) with my very young daughters when they were just kids, who would say "Daddy, who's that?"¯ And I'd tell them a short story (kids love stories). And as they grew older and they learned more about these figures in school, they would say "Hey Dad, you know that statue we always see in the park? Well we're learning about the Civil War, Ulysses S. Grant, and Robert E. Lee in class right now."¯ Which made the statue an iconic and "real"¯ reference point in their educations. All of which is to say ! While we don't ever want to glorify a Stalin, Lenin, Hitler, Mussolini, or Hussein with such honors in a public square, their stories still need to be told. So let's be very careful before throwing the baby out with the bath and tearing everything down in the name of progressive political and social agenda. Not to mention the more significant "pigeon poop"¯ problem we'd have here in New York City without our statues.

Bill Crandall
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September 11, 2017 | 09:56 PM

The boy can write!

Marty Gottlieb
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9/11 Memorial Speech
September 10, 2017 | 08:33 PM

That was a tremendous speech. Thank you. I would like to be able to use it at our memorial if possible, all credit to you.

rebeccarelias@yahoo.com

CDR, Am.Legion POST 121
Council Grove KS

Rebecca Elias
print email Source: Editorial: Blown Together In ColorBlind Unity
Harvey
September 09, 2017 | 07:08 PM

Your story brought back vivid memories of Sandy. I'm in Marine Park. We were lucky enough just to have lost power. A wonderful young man who had gone to school with my daughter, organized a sandwich drive through Go Fund Me and word of mouth. People helped make sandwiches to bring to Gerritsen Beach. This went on for weeks. David Evans, the whirlwind behind this movement is a true New Yorker, the kind we all grew up with. I know there will be David's on hand in Brooklyn, organizing for those in need from Harvey, Irma and whatever else gets us. Brooklyn is a place where real people live, not like schmucks like Ted Cruz. Keep writing the truth Denis.

Ellen Massaro
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911 SPEECH
September 07, 2017 | 03:59 PM

I WOULD LIKE TIO USE YOUR SPEECH FOR OUR 911 MEMORIAL SERVICE VERY TOUCHING THANK YOU

JOSEPH PIGNOLI
print email Source: Editorial: PARANOID THINGS I BELIEVE THAT YOU MAY NOT AGREE WITH
To Bill
September 07, 2017 | 05:20 AM

Thanks, tell Ronnie I send her my love...

Bobby Rydell
print email Source: Editorial: THE MIRACLE
Jerry, You One Upped Me
September 07, 2017 | 04:57 AM

Jerry, Very Impressive, even for a psychic like me. Now tell me something, How long before you blow all your winnings on the most expensive cake in your local designer bakery. Coconut Cake comes to mind, with Raspberry CrĆØme filling with white Doves on the top fashioned out of CrĆØme Icing.


The Amazing Kreskin
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Denis Hamill's Sand In My Shoes Column
September 06, 2017 | 11:11 AM

Drinking hot, black coffee, I read Denis Hamill's zing of a column, "Blown Together in ColorBlind Unity." Pondered what he said and read it again.
Yes, his column is that good.

Susan A. Stark
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