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Saturday, September 30, 2006

ZD Meets The Mayor (And Takes Great Cell Phone Pic) at "Million Trees LA" Kick-off

(Tom Lebonge Announcer Voice): "Today, is TRULY a great day for the City of Los Angeles..."

Because the City kicked off the "Million Trees LA" project in Jose Huizar's 14th District's, Hazard Park.

And I must say, it's a real shame that USC is trying to take the park away from the people of the community, because what a haven it is, right in the heart of a major City.

Besides Zuma Dogg, The Mayor, Jose, Eric Garcetti and all the major TV stations; Julia Louis Dreyfuss was there (and MAN, she looked even hotter in person), Angelica Houston (also, soooooo fine), that good looking latino actor with the goatee from "Desparate Housewives", some other hot latina actreess alot of the cameramen wanted to interview, and; Ed Beagley Jr., who I alerted that City Council wants to impose a moritorium on the Medical Marijuana dispensaries in the City of Los
Angeles, and that's all he needed to hear, to kill the good mood of the "Million Trees LA" event on his way out...yeah, yeah!

The Mayor gave a great entertaining, inspiring and humourous speech that even charmed the socks off of Zuma Dogg. Damn it! That's the problem people...the guys so charismatic and charming your average sucker consituent doesn't stand a chance against his charm, and they would never believe the greediness and corruption that goes on in Big City politics. And let's face it, the next Governor race will be
between Gavin Newsome and Mayor V. (if he doesn't get picked up for a VP ticket first), and Newsome doesn't stand a chance, cause you can't win without L.A. (just ask Arnold), so were basically looking at the next Govenor of California.

So all we can hope, is that the people can be a true checks and balance system that shadiness and corruption has basically eliminated out of actual government. AND, the fact that the only way The Mayor will be allowed to move up the ladder, by the voters, is if he quickly recovers from a shakey first year, and burns some rubber and do some good things for this City.

So they planted some trees, everyone took home a tree; The Mayor greeted and took pictures with all the kids and parents in attendance (at least a couple hundred), and for that one moment on a Saturday afternoon, alot of people (especially kids) were really inspired and activated and may carry on in community participation beyond the photo opportunity.

Then after the dust was setteling, and he was walking away from the event; with the crowd still following (and the guy didn't deny ANYONE a picture, even as he was trying, very unsuccesully to leave), ZD moved in and said, "Hey Mayor, I know I've been rough, but I wanna start mentioning some of the good things happening in the City that people need to get involved in, so I wanted to show up today for this one...cause only a fool only sees the bad in everything."

And Mayor V., amazingly turned away in the middle of the photo opportunity, possibly risking a bad angle to say, "Thank You!"

Cause this October 4th is the six month anniversary of Big ZD vs CC and Mayor V., and although Ebert and Roper could always do a full show of all "thumbs down" movies, people also like to see some "thumbs up" movies, otherwise they would never go to the movies.

So similarly, I PROMISE you it will still be just as much "thumbs down" reviews by ZD, but the commmunity really does need more charitable contributors, volunteers, non-profit community programs and whoever else to start trying to stand up and fight for the best interests of the City. And the only way to do that, is to highlight
some of these programs and events in L.A., so on Mayor Sam, TV 35, and KABC (and KFI sometimes), I'll be bringing attention to those things to, so you can get involved if you want to.

BUT DON'T WORRY, I'm not gonna let the opportunity pass to say, "NO on R", "No on H", Stop abusing the Special Event Fee Waiver, Mayor V. BETTER have good intentions for LAUSD in addition to the development money (hey bro, whatever you gotta do to move the City forward, as long as you don't overlook the kids/future), Start enforcing Tenant Right's as laid out by Planning and Land Use Committee, and damn
it...lay off the Eminant Domain abuse, as well. And go to www.MillionTreesLA.org and register for a tree...we got a million of these things to plant/unload, and it's supposed to be good for the environment and ends up saving money and all that good stuff, so tell some people about it and get one yourself.

But remember, all your information will be used to help get you to register to vote in upcoming elections, which is fine by ZD, as long as you are aware of it, and try and educate yourself as to what's up with the issues. And more importantly...look for the Z.D./Mayor V. Tee, coming soon. Yeah, yeah!



Anonymous Anonymous said:

You are Fake Zuma.
Kiss Ass!

September 30, 2006 8:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Villar is a phony creep no matter what ZD thinks. He'd merge the U.S. with his stunted mockery of a country if he could. All the while making you think he's a swell guy.

September 30, 2006 9:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ZD, you're an ok dude but enuf with the name dropping. The only thing "amazing" about this mayor is his unwillingness to stop LA's slide into the 3rd world. And planting a few trees with mimbo actors is not going to help.

September 30, 2006 11:45 PM  

Blogger Gaussia said:

Come on, Zuma Dogg. An AV-ZD t-shirt? What's next, ZD-Fabian Nunez glossy photos? ZD-Gloria Romero coffee mugs?

And this crap about Newsome and Villar being the only contenders in the next gov's race?

And Villar as a VP candidate? God, man, take a break and get a hold of yourself.

Did someone hijack your account?

September 30, 2006 11:58 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good job Zuma. I'm glad you're realizing that AV isn't always the bad guy. Sometimes yes, always no.

What I like about you Zuma, is that you actually admit when you might be wrong. Excellent trait. That doesn't make you a kiss ass.

I don't believe for a second that the Mayor wants to merge the U.S. with Mexico but that's an anonymous educated opinion, not just one from an anonymous racist.

I think 11:45 is kidding himself not to believe that our Mayor is on his way to a bigger office. I didn't vote for him for Mayor, but I can't rule out voting for him for a higher office. It depends on what he does for the City of Los Angeles - my number one concern. So I guess he better get hopping.

His worst trait in my view is pandering to the Riordan white voters. Blech. He's already hired half of the old Riordan staff. I guess he doesn't realize we didn't like them then and we don't like them now.

I hope he jumps back into his own skin for the next 3 years.

October 01, 2006 10:40 AM  

Blogger Gaussia said:

10:40, you're right, Mexico isn't third world. After all, its GDP is the 2nd largest in all of Latin America and the 14th largest in the world. So it would be racist to call it "third world," wouldn't it.

But that brings up another question. Why does HALF of the Mexican population live below the poverty line? Who's got all of that money? Perhaps the same people who want Mexico's restive poor to go to the U.S. and wire money back instead of making changes happen there? The powerful in Mexico have got a pretty comfortable situation, and they appreciate the U.S. serving as a pressure release valve for them. Back in the U.S., people like Nunez, Romero, Cedillo and Villar also don't mind Mexico's poor coming to the U.S. en masse, and in fact actively work to encourage it. This is an extremely easy way to please their base while ensuring that it will continue to balloon. Whether or not it is good either for Mexico or for the U.S. doesn't matter.

October 01, 2006 1:43 PM  

Anonymous 10:40 said:

Well Gaussia, don't be so touchy. What does all of your Mexican fact have to do with OUR mayor? Our mayor who was born here.

October 01, 2006 4:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg please don't tell us you're selling out. Seems you can be persuaded to easy. If you only knew the crap Antonio has done before he became Mayor I doubt you would be so quick to say anything positive about him. Seems you're becoming just another groupie like the rest. People who voted for Antonio are now saying it was a huge mistake and tell us what has he done since being elected but LAUSD that will be stuck in federal court for years? You seem to blow like the wind. What happened to your guts and manhood??

October 01, 2006 7:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

wait, Villar was an anchor baby too?

October 01, 2006 11:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg -


October 02, 2006 8:03 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma has psychological problems. He is not coherent nor loyal to true democracy.

October 02, 2006 8:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The power is going to his head!

October 02, 2006 9:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Somebody is jealous of Zuma (sang in a sing-song voice). Zuma - we love you!

October 02, 2006 8:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Was Abraham Lincoln Gay
and will MAV become our next Latino Millionaire?

October 02, 2006 9:54 PM  

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