Fun for a Friday
Since it is clear that many of Hahn's old cronies and staff can't get over his loss and are hell bent on pissing on the new Mayor whenever they get the opportunity, let me give you some friendly advice and offer some therapy on this happy Friday.
Jack Weiss has a job opening.
POSITION AVAILABLEYou ask why I offer this to you? Easy. If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Weiss is the King of the Ass-kissers as he demonstrated by inserting his head up the new Mayor's ass for the last year. If he can't teach you how to resurrect your career, no one can.
Council Aide/Associate Field Deputy
Councilmember Jack Weiss is seeking to hire an outgoing, resourceful, diplomatic person for a position in the valley district office. Responsibilities include answering the phones, reception, resolution of routine constituent issues, preparation of constituent letters and tracking cases in Contact Management. In addition, this person would also serve as the Associate Field Deputy for the Encino community. Tasks would include community outreach, attendance at Encino Neighborhood Council, Chamber of Commerce and other community meetings, and responding to more complex issues in the Encino area.
The successful candidate must have a pleasant phone manner, be proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, have strong organizational, verbal and writing skills and be able to function effectively in a fast-paced atmosphere. The City of Los Angeles provides excellent benefits including full medical and dental coverage, retirement plan, deferred compensation and 11 paid holidays per year, as well as a generous vacation plan. Salary in the low thirties.
Please fax or email resumes to:
Bonnie Kopp, Chief Field Deputy
But then again, he does remind me of Monty Burns from the Simpsons.
Maybe my advice isn't the greatest. If these rumors are true, there's no telling what could happen to you, and then there is no telling how much therapy you'll need.
Not realizing it was pile on Jack day, I just spotted the following:
Political money laundering explained