The following letters were sent to NonDoc over the past two weeks.

To the editors:

Hello, Mike Allen. Thank you so much for the great article you wrote on the Ode to Top Daug. It’s pretty cool to know that, all these years later, folks are still recognizing the entertainment I provided through my performances.

Who knew that I’d eventually have a 19-year career as a mascot and sports entertainer? But I guess getting tapped to be the main “Daug” the year OU went to the championship game against Kansas was a great start.

I appreciate your work, sir. Thank you.

Kenny Evans
Chandler, Ariz.

To the editors:

I would add this to Mr. Parker’s letter regarding the Electoral College: At least once, George W. Bush also won the presidency with a minority of the popular vote.

In spite of this and the Crosscheck program that denied millions of legitimate voters of their voting rights this last election, as well as John Husted’s decision to turn off security settings on all of Ohio’s voting machines, it’s the Republicans who wail and moan about vote rigging.

Does this qualify as irony?

Jim Lynch
Erie, Penn.

To the editors:

A quick letter regarding the election of Donald Trump as president.

I was reading that the Russian government admitted that we were in communication with the Trump campaign and much more deeply involved, according to U.S. intelligence reports, according to the press.

Looks like Trump proved Nikita Khrushchev right: They’d take us over without firing a shot.

Congratulations, comrades Vladimir Putin and Trump, Trump supporters and fellow travelers. I never saw it coming from the right, especially after Joe McCarthy and that Cold War thing.

John Langston
Edmond, Okla.

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