We get a lot of emails every day, and often times we just don't have the time, energy, or patience to respond to them, let alone report them to you, dear readers. So here, on this sun-soaked Friday, let's take a moment after the jump to look at a few of these once lost missives who have now found a home here, in Glaring Omissions.
- "Subject: trying to find an email address for Kathie lee JUST WANTED SOME POINTERS ON GOOD WED AFTERNOON SHOWS.ALSO LIKE TO KNOW WHERE TO GO FOR AN INEXPENSIVE LUNCH.kATHIE AND HODA ARE ALWAYS TALKING ABOUT OUT OF WAY PLACES THAT SOUND GREAT.WILL BE IN THE CITY WEEK OF OCT 13TH .dON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT BROADWAY,WOULD LOVE SOME SUGGESTIONS.ASK KATHIE TO TAKE A MINUTE,AND EMAIL ME SOME GOOD INFO."
- "Real world kids were at highline ballroom last night..Theyre totally awkward & it was uncomfortable to even watch. One of the girls got thrown off of danger radio's tour bus for being an asshole & spilling beer."
- "I am writing to give you gossip about a gossip columnist. Her name is Jo Piazza and she works for the New York Daily News. In the short time I've worked with her (I'm a publicist in the fashion industry), I've only had horrendously negative experiences, the bulk of which have resulted in my wanting to gouge her eyes out with a dull spoon. But that's not why I'm writing to you today, Gawker. I've recently heard some great tales about the lovely Jo that are too juicy to remain under my bonnet. Here we go: And the remainder of the email is a little too rich to run without corroboration—Ed.