Why so bitter?
Why is Adrian Devlin allowed to monopolise the letter section of the Illawarra Mercury day after day.
Does the Illawarra Mercury agree with his views? Is he now a columnist and on your payroll?
To read today l as a woman am not as equal as a man by Adrian Devlin and woman need to wake up to themselves.
How do you allow such negative comments about women to be printed.
This is the 21st century and women are as equal as any men, and we have the same rights as any man.
To tell woman to stop whinging, no person man or woman has to take abuse from another person.
He is saying if you can't take abuse you shouldn't be a politician, vision and belief should be what makes a good politician not how much abuse you can take.
Does he believe it is okay to bully people in this day and age.
Why does Adrian Devlin feel such distain for women.
Why is Adrian such a bitter man?
Roslyn Jones, Woonona
Currently visiting a relative who was transferred to Port Kembla Hospital. Had to drive around several times to find the drop off point and directions to the car park.
There are NO signs outside the hospital on Cowper street. If you check Google street view there are signs, can you please investigate why such valuable signs have gone missing and have not been replaced.
This sort of thing just adds unnecessary stress to an already stressful situation.
Peter Klatt, Clare
Need your help Gareth
Following Glady's courageous decision to emblazen our national and cultural icon with the worlds biggest gambling ad, I wrote to Paliamentary Secretary for Illawarra and South Coast and local member for Kiama with a great idea of my own.
I'm thinking of using a state of the art lighting platform I've developed to pitch an idea to Ladbrokes to splash their logo on the iconic Kiama Lighthouse on Boxing Day to help them promote their Sydney to Hobart betting odds as the yachts sail past our stretch of the coast.
Would be good for the economy.
But, Gareth, I need your help.
Please think of the economy and help me by tapping into Glady's connections to help this great innovation come to life.
I mean, sure, the idea slightly compromises the integrity of our culturally and historically significant local icon, but think of the short term cash it could inject into gambling companies coffers!
What a win that would be...
Thank you Gareth for your consideration.
I was just about to have a beer in my MANCAVE when I read the Mercury letters.
Adrian Devlin congratulating Dave Cox - responding to a previous letter "A foreign object".
There is a God!
I was so shocked with Adrian agreeing with someone, that I had to have a couple of extra beers from my Red Bull fridge to settle me down.
Mick Chamberlain, Dapto