Here we have another wonderful Mailbag with the beloved Katherine Lott…
New Podcast Questions
Since there has not been a mailbag in a really long time, we are beginning to believe the nasty rumor that Katherine quit the show over money issues. Supposedly as her popularity grew she got cocky and wanted even more money then what Pauly gets, unfortunately when the producers balked… the lady walked. – Steve & Allen
Hey, shouldn’t it be called the E-Mailbag? – Mr. Picky
I just turned 30 and would love three pieces of advice from you. Is there anything you wish to share? – Kerry
- Trade the television for books.
- Switch from worry to prayer/meditation.
- Choose magic over money
Pauly I love your show and also follow you on Facebook, lately I’ve noticed a huge increase in all things political. Is there a reason this election has you more fired up? – Ted
Katherine, you are a woman in the Hillary demographic, what are your thoughts about her? – Cindy
My wife gave me the book HHWLD for Valentine’s Day because she knows how related I am to Larry and his New York persona. I’m a retired ObGyn living in central Florida and having delivered thousands of babies in the Orlando and Winter Park area. My wife hadn’t the slightest idea about the book other than LD. I read the whole book yesterday, and I loved the writing style with the angst of the choices Pauly had to make. I am an ObGyn expert on a website, justanswer.com, where I respond to customers questions everyday and into the night if I’m still awake. I was born and raised in Brookkyn and my NYPD dad tutored me in baseball and I played through HS and college (Wesleyan University). I self-published a book last year, Baseball and Babies: My Life as a Catcher, and relived my love affair with Brooklyn, and included my amazing experience in 1983 attending the very first Los Angeles Dodgers Adult Fantasy Baseball Camp. I was instrument in leading my team of campers to the camp championship under the tutelage of my hero and friend, Carl Erskine. It’s funny reading about Robin Cook M.D. In the book as a knew him from my days at Wesleyan where he graduated two years before me.