"I just feel so sorry for the Asian American community," the New York Democrat told CNN's "New Day."
Darryl Albert Varnum is charged with making a threat against an official for a voicemail that said he would kill a Florida lawmaker, Capitol Police said.
"You know we need some kind of a heads up ... just for the sake of protecting all our interests," Dowd calmly tells Flynn's attorney in the voicemail recording.
The line of U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman (R-Aurora) has also been full, sending callers to a recording stating, "Honorable Coffman
I literally do not call people. The only time I do is when I HAVE to because it's the only way I can get in contact with someone. Even when you only have a phone number, you can usually find another mode of communication for a person just by searching the internet.
I asked a group of my students to try the Birdwhistell/Goffman experiment a la 2015: for one day, instead of texting the messages they normally would send to their family and friends and classmates, they should call.
I long for the days of in-person conversation. Isn't that preferable to interminable email torrents and emoticon-laden exchanges of text messages? It turns out that I'm far from the only one with these types of thoughts.
There are days when I manage to overcome these obstacles and cram in some quality phone time. But generally speaking, it isn't going to happen. Mea culpa. Text me, maybe?
The youngs, who are often better at socializing through texts, Tinder and Twitter than with their faces or voices, are leading
Remember, we're not just sending an email, we're maintaining a relationship. So, the next time you get a charming, witty and grammatically correct email from me, don't keep me hanging wondering if you've left civilization for a secluded life in a Tibetan monastery.