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Herald-Leader publishes the best letter to the editor ever

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Major props to Alvin Brown from Lexington, who wrote this awesome letter to the editor to the Herald-Leader. Alvin called in to the show to let us know it’s in today’s edition, otherwise, we never would have known:

Good interview

Charles Ramsey, the rescuer of the three women missing for a decade in Cleveland, was in Kentucky several weeks ago.

When the rescue story broke, the national media flocked to get interviews with Ramsey, including CNN’s Anderson Cooper.

However, the best interview of Ramsay that I heard was over Kentucky Sports Radio on Matt Jones’ popular sports radio talk show.

After the interview, it dawned on me that a sportscaster had just conducted a great news interview with a national hero.

When sportscasters start beating those who supposedly report the news, like Jones did, it becomes apparent that media outlets should consider using sportscasters to report news events.

Alvin Brown
Lexington

KSR salutes you, Alvin.

Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

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7 Comments for Herald-Leader publishes the best letter to the editor ever



  1. JRHop
    11:39 am June 19, 2013 Permalink

    Yea, we don’t have enough posts on here about Turkey and Brazil. I’m tired of kentucky sports all the time!



  2. Luke
    11:51 am June 19, 2013 Permalink

    Alvin is the Bobo to Matt’s Howard Stern.



  3. The Real Smitty
    12:52 pm June 19, 2013 Permalink

    Subjective: That was not the best interview I heard from Mr. Ramsay. It was well-done by Matt but far from the best.



  4. BigBlueAces
    12:59 pm June 19, 2013 Permalink

    **sprains arm patting one’s own back…**



  5. giggity
    1:02 pm June 19, 2013 Permalink

    What are you saying, 3? Of course it’s subjective. Words like ‘best’ usually imply that.



  6. jpizzle
    1:14 pm June 19, 2013 Permalink

    The “A” in Alvin stands for awesome



  7. Blueneck
    1:18 pm June 19, 2013 Permalink

    I wish there was a link to listen to the interview….