VIDEO: Five Points with Emil and Andy, March 27

Sandusky Register Staff
Mar 27, 2012


This week on Five Points, Emil and Andy discuss the cost of marriage, March Madness, and their favorite breakfast cereals.

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Thanks for the shout out Andy! 



Erie County Resident

You 2 clowns need to take your Little Tykes backboard home and go back to daycare.

Hey SR you guys actually pay these 2 for this crap???

I can now see it isn't hard to get into journalism.

Here is my application for a job with the SR --- I can act like a total idiot to if you'll pay me also.



My favorite cereal is Frosted Flakes.


this is the worst show ever. is there a lower grade than a F- minus? shame on this show!


a couple of weeks ago, i asked a question about CHIP. the first time i was ignored. sarah made excuses for the show. on the next show there was mention of it. i thought that there would be more detail on CHIP on this show. swept under the rug. some people never forget. what happened to those millions of taxpayer money that enriched some? swept under the carpet? out of sight and out of mind? this is a local issue. i hope my efforts impacted the hutaree trial. it took a lot of work on my part. but the CHIP issue is a local issue. can i get like $3 million like winning the lotto at taxpayer expense? shame on the sandusky register for ignoring my concerns about CHIP.


This is really unprofessional, like children instead of journalists. Surely the Register can do better!

Sarah Weber


Andy addressed your question during the March 15 show. Here is the link. Check it around the 16:46 mark.


"Andy addressed your question during the March 15 show. Here is the link. Check it around the 16:46 mark." true sarah but what happened to the follow up by andy? check out the time frame at the 17:50 mark. andy was to get in touch with the law director and the planning official. where is the follow up, sarah? sarah, thank you for your reply and comments. so what did the law director and planning official have to say?