Ellen reflected on the people whose names have been used for hurricanes... and offered a clever solution.

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623 days ago

Hi, Ellen-

As someone named Sandy, I wish to thank you for your great idea for naming hurricanes. It may seem like no big deal to most people to hear and see your first name connected with death and destruction,over and over but it does bother this Sandy- a lot ! My thoughts and prayers continue with all the people and their pets dealing with this horrible situation.

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629 days ago

Hi my name is carol, I am from spain and I started watching your program cuz I saw a Pink interview, found you really funny and i canĀ“t stop watching you, hopefully one day i could go to USA and go and watch your program live, it would be awesome!!! thank you for all these laugh!!

Carol from Madrid

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630 days ago

Naming hurricanes after annoying things-great idea-I suggest a hurricane named Hurricane PANTYHOSE!

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Denise Lintz
630 days ago

Please give a shout out to NJ, After Hurricane Sandy blew in People in Bergen co. They can't even get gas. Please ask people going to get gas to take along a gas can, Fill it up and ask everyone you know to see if they need help! Please Help

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