"To the male individual driving that silver Camaro displaying his questionable activities as far as honking and aggressively driving close to the back of my car, I hope you get pulled over for your behavior. It's not very safe to yourself as well as to others on the road and if you can't stand for someone blowing their horn for my safety as well as for your own, then I suggest you don't belong driving."
"I have a question for all those hypocrites out there. Why is it that when someone dies you all say things about the dead person to make them look like heroes but when they were alive you had nothing good to say about them? You throw them out of your organizations because you don't like their odor, you throw them out of places because you just don't like them and then when they die all of a sudden you were their best friend, their best buddy and you just can't say enough good about them. You think everyone should rally and befriend this person, make nice comments about them and make them our hero too even though in life you thought this person an idiot, a bother, a nobody. I just can't understand all this. Can someone please explain why people are like this? There's a lot of us out here that would like to have some answers to this. Thank you Mail Call. I read you every day and just love this column."