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Dear Jon meets his biggest fan.

by Dear Jon
May 3, 2002

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Sort 136_Dear Jon-Dear Jon meets his biggest fan. Dear Jon,

Do you notice that the heading "Actual Letter to Dear Jon" is missing from this letter?

Your Biggest Fan

Dear Big,

Yes I do notice. This is because what I am writing currently is not a response to an "actual letter," but to a letter which I made up myself. I have to do this because there were no actual letters on Tuesday, either, so the Webmaster withdrew his fangs. Two miss TWO deadlines, however, would invite his wrath.

Dear Jon,

Having no ACTUAL LETTERS kind of makes for a lame column, huh?

Your Second Biggest Fan.

Dear Second,

It sure does. But hey, if everyone is writing to "Doctor" Spin, who am I to be resentful? Maybe I'm just passe!

Dear Jon,

Do you have anything you want to get off your chest anyway?

James Leroy Wilson's Biggest Fan

Dear Wilson's Fan,

Yes. I would like to commend James Leroy Wilson for having the courage, first of all, to sign his name to his own articles. Second, I would like to commend him for having the courage to resign, despite finding a boiled rabbit on his stove with the post-it note saying "All the Best, The Webmaster." Third, I would like to commend James Leroy Wilson for the tremendous courage it takes to run for office.

If more people were like James Leroy Wilson, than we would have more people named "Wilson" than we already do in our world. So it takes all kinds, and James Leroy Wilson is definitely one of a kind.

PS, Wouldn't it be funny if a guy named "Jim Wilson" starred in the remake of "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington"?

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