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Monday, June 25, 2007

CAPTAIN JACK IS SAYING ANTONIO & Mr. DWP Are Talking About "Hoodwinking" The Union

Is Captain Jack (Mayor Sam Blogger) Saying The Mayor and His Drinking Buddy (Mr. DWP) Want to "Hoodwink" The Union?

hood·wink(hdwngk)
tr.v. hood·winked, hood·wink·ing, hood·winks
1. To take in by deceptive means; deceive. See Synonyms at deceive.
2. Archaic To blindfold.
3. Obsolete To conceal.

The other evening, if you will, I was at a fine dining establishment having an enjoyable dinner with one of the pirates from another crew that sails in similar waters, but under a different flag, savvy? Two gentlemen came in, sat themselves down and began to enjoy themselves immensely; they were cussing and swearing up such a blue streak that we thought they were Corsairs, savvy? But they were not. Who were they? In a minute, lad.

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SPOILER ALERT: Oh, and who were the two? Villabarbarosa and the man who is in charge of the light and power. Imagine those two discussing how to bust the union over a good bottle of wine, savvy?

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8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said:

capt. jackass is pulling shit straight out of his ass now...

you think the mayor would go to a restaurant with this guy regularly and cuss and yell and all this shit, and no one else would say something? why dont you name the restaurant so a reporter can go to the restaurant and get confirmation from a waiter or other patron?

I call bullshit on capt. jackass

June 25, 2007 11:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

HOW ABOUT YOU CALL ANTONIO AND ASK HIM WHERE THE

80 FAKE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCHES

ARE!

PENDEJOS!

June 26, 2007 12:06 AM  

Anonymous mikle trooheeoh said:

bullshit this is lies the mayor does not go out for dinner you lie zuma

weirdo!

June 26, 2007 12:13 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It didnt say the Mayor went to dinner. It was two other dudes. EVERY watering hole near a big city office is where you can pick up all kinds of stuff. The LA Times staff cant afford to go to these places. Imagine what you could find out in the 740 Club? We know many of the aides and the Councilmen go there. LA Times does not report on "all the news thats fit to print"

June 26, 2007 6:32 AM  

Anonymous Captain Jack Sparrow said:

Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen (removes hat and bows low with flourish):

What? Call bullpatties on me? Fie, sirrah! I think not. (Pokes sot with stick) I would remind you WHO the person was that, if you will, let it slip that someone whom we all know, but do not exactly love, had tickets to the Superbowl in Miami. You did not see fit to call me a liar then, savvy? Nor did you care to call me a liar after the mention of the goings on in Glassell Park (in re Dirt Burnell and Old Man Johnson). (Sighs) I suppose if I were to say that as of 9:00am this morning, there was a black hopped-up Chrysler with Nevada license plates parked in front of a certain Mt. Washington residence that only days before was swarming with lads from the City's Information and Technology Department, that you would also call me a liar? (Crew shakes head in the negative) (Brushes dirt of arms of coat) I didn't think so.

Let me ask you this, dear sots: where does your esteemed leader dine if he does not dine at home? And with whom does he dine if he does not dine alone? And just because his mug appears before a camera does not mean those are the only places with other faces that you see him with. (Sticks out tongue at sots)

As for reporters who cannot seem to keep up with the flotsam and jetsam, nor have the resources to do so, that is not my problem. However irritating it may be to be left in the dark, it still isn't my problem. Perhaps in the future you might want to be a little more solicitous of your local pirates and privateers, savvy?

June 26, 2007 12:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thank you Captain Jack. Since I've learned to understand 'Old English"
I have learned a lot from you.

June 26, 2007 2:50 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Cpt. Jack...WOW! Standing behind this one...GOOD! As you can see, I let you be the "un-official" THREAD contributor Mayor Sam and ZD wish you could be. So from time to time...I'll do it again. Especially when you hit me over the head! Meanwhile, WOW...looks like you seem to know who is trying to minimize your pirate tale. And I must be getting good at decoding your chit-chat, cause I know of whom, to which you refer.

HA! I love that you guys are nemesises! That must be high level battle. I was told when I first started blogging here to watch out for that guy, "cause he will spin me so fast my head will spin." SO THAT'S A COMPLEMENT TO HIM, even though the guy who told me, wasn't saying it as a complement. Meanwhile, he has worn out some of my fingerprints, on my finger tips, though, if nothing else.

I don't even think he cares that you are outing the mayor on this, as much as it is YOU outing the mayor on this. Common guys...Don't make me have to sing a rendition of "That's What Friends Are For", where ZD sings all the parts himself. The Dionne Warwick part is pretty painful.

June 26, 2007 5:56 PM  

Anonymous Captain Jack Sparrow said:

Good evening 2:50pm and Zuma lad (smiles and tips hat):

You're welcome, 2:50pm. Pleased to be of help to you. And thank you in return for the kind words, Zuma lad. The battle is only high level if one of the egos involved thinks that it is and allows it to be, savvy?

And I still think that the clever little ditty about the ballroom is spot on, however, if you will, the recent debut of the Ella Fitzgerald version of "Cry Me A River" is equally applicable.

June 26, 2007 8:50 PM  

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