The other day, I posted a long quote from Sean Hannity explaining that his experiences being stopped by the police have always been so wonderful, as long as he's been polite with them (especially when explaining that he has a licensed concealed hand gun) and so it's good he says to remember why we should cut the police some slack. It was a moving tale that has touched me so deeply.
Now, yes, I know that some have been critical and wondered about all those many police encounters Mr. Hannity has had, supposedly being stopped. But that's so unfair to the good fellow. His is a varied and full life, with far many more experiences that color all our lives. Indeed, here are some other of Sean Hannity's remembrances, explaining why his personal experiences are transcendent and relatable to all people.
Every time Sean Hannity has visited Europe, he's never had a bad encounter with a German. So, it's good to remember to not think badly of everything about the country's history during WWII. If you just say "Auf wiedersehen" and politely compliment their lederhosen, they will always treat you well, and we could have avoided a lot of conflict if people only would have acted that way.
Whenever people stop Sean Hannity on the street and ask him a question and to sign an autograph, it's always gone well. He's found that if you reply to the question as accurately as possible, and if you don't know the answer but say so as politely as possible, people will always be understanding and thank you. It's a good lesson to keep in mind when hearing people complain about the Spanish Inquisition.
Once, a few years back, Sean Hannity was at a dinner party, and a black waiter came around with white gloves and a plate of brie cheese. And the cheese was delicious -- creamy and aromatic, but not too overpowering. So, the next time you hear someone complaining how poncy the French are, and arrogant and elitist and not like Americans, and cowardly and smelly and rude and pretentious and obnoxious and socialist, just remember that some of them making really good cheese.
When Sean Hannity went on a press junket to Moscow, he was told how bitterly cold the winters were and how brutal the conditions in the frozen work prisons of Siberia. So, he made sure to time his visit for the Spring when he was pleasantly surprised how lovely the countryside was and how glorious the flowers.
Sean Hannity has visited the Little Tokyo area of Los Angeles several times and enjoyed the sushi very much and ceramic tea pots which make lovely souvenirs. Seeing all the people living there in such close and loving harmony should remind us that we hear about the interment camps of Japanese-Americans that the togetherness of that culture and its reverence for elders thrives on intimacy.
A few years ago, Sean Hannity was taken on a tour of Arlington National Cemetery, and he was awed by the sense of peace and deep respect that was held for all the graves there of heroes who gave their lives. It made him understand that when young black people are gunned down that there is honor in being remembered so fondly by your family or at least people who knew you, if they're still alive.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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