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Saturday, July 28, 2007

AN EVENT, SO IMPORTANT, IT BECOMES ZD's FIRST MAYOR SAM 2 POST EVER! (Regarding Fantastic LAUSD-Sponsored LIVE Theater Event by Students!)

Zuma Dogg is critical of LAUSD, but here is something so extremely positive, I wanted to be sure to highlight it, and be sure to bring it to the community's attention so they can have an opportuntiy to not only support this home-run of an educational experience, but allow each and everyone of you to experience this BROADWAY QUALITY High School event!

L.A. BOARD MEMBER LAMOTTE CO-SPONSORS MUSICAL PRODUCTION THAT SUPPORTS EDUCATION CONTENT STANDARDS
Play “What’s Going On” Also Exposes Students to Live Theatre

Los Angeles – Los Angeles Board of Education member Marguerite Poindexter LaMotte announces the Youth Arts Initiative Program’s 2007 summer production of “What’s Going On,” a musical aimed at exposing more high school students to live theatre and supporting the State of California’s educational content standards.

CLICK HERE FOR EVENT DETAILS ON HOW YOU CAN HAVE A BROADWAY-STYLE EXPERIENCE, IN L.A., for $5 bucks!

25 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma,
nothing new, these programs already exist.

July 28, 2007 11:34 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Hey combative, negative karma that's why you are constantly defeated loser...

Did I say anywhere that this was new, or was I trying to alert people to the opportunity to help support and enjoy the event that is currently before us.

Do you have high blood pressure? Do you suffer from anger management issues? Has hostile outrage prevented you from achieving even higher levels of success that you feel you can handle.

Do you feel that a public access goofball has completley become the focus of all your thoughts throughout the day to the point of constant compulsion? Do you wish you could go back to the day you felt like a somewhat functional member of society and start the restorative process that will allow you to become the "whole" person all your family and friends wish you could be.

Do you realize how much more effective you can be toward whatever goal you are trying to achieve, if you focus your attention and time elsewhere, other than the comment section of this blog? (I know, I should. And maybe I should. But that does not mean that you should, too!)

July 28, 2007 11:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma,
The comment was made to bring out the best in you.

You're on the right track!

July 29, 2007 12:02 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

as long as i can say still say all that passive agressive stuff, and still be on the right track, well...

alright, cool. i'll keep going down that "best" track...i hope i know what track that is. it's kinda dark and i don't have much light. easy to get off track.

THAT IS WHAT THE NEW INTERNATIONAL NEWS AND INFORMATION SITE, ZUMADOGG.WORDPRESS.COM WAS CREATED FOR...have a look and prepare for the internal transformation that will noticed externally by others!

July 29, 2007 12:18 AM  

Anonymous Joe AA. said:

If it's dark, take off the glasses and see the light.

Also, it is hard to believe this is ZD, the court jester, writing here.

The spelling and grammar, while still flawed, is so close to normal that one must conclude ZD has been hacked again. Especially when a cogent thought is expressed without the Hidy Hi, Hoo Hoo Hoo stupidity that he usually employs.

But then again, he is back with the insecure, defensive retorts every time he is lucky enough to get a post from someone other than his butt boy Matt, so I guess we can conclude that he has run out of grass and/or Dago Red, and had maybe a sober moment or two between bouts with chemical mood altering drugs.

Ot maybe he's just back on his meds.

Does anyone (besides you, Matt) really give a rat's ass?

July 29, 2007 3:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

joe, you do.

July 29, 2007 7:22 AM  

Anonymous matt dowd said:

yeah, that's right, thank you, I do give a rat's ass about the kids at LAUSD.

unlike a certain mayor of a certain corrupt untrustworthy city government.

July 29, 2007 8:17 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I want you to research and tell us if there's truth to the Theresa Duncam allegations (end of previous thread). ARE scientologists literally taking over Venice, buildings and all, and literally scaring to death people like her and her b.f. for knowing too much and not believing? Seriously.

July 29, 2007 9:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

joe.aa
The spelling and grammar, while still flawed, is so close to normal that one must conclude ZD has been hacked again.

You actually broke the most basic rule of grammar in this sentence. You subject, verb agreement is f*cked.

If you were using a compound noun such as "salt and pepper" or "rice and beans" you would be ok.

July 29, 2007 6:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

*Your

July 29, 2007 6:18 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If you had kids you'd have already known these things; every parent with school-age kids who has tried to navigate the LAUSD system becomes an expert in all the magnets, charters, ethnic gerrymandering, child care permits, and whatever it takes...They could any one of them teach YOU a Masters Course, but don't have the time or interest to bother with a homeless hobo they wouldn't let near their kids.

July 29, 2007 10:16 PM  

Anonymous A Real Analyst said:

A real analyst said...
This is my analysis:

1. Someone who needs to respond to each and every criticism contained in each and every post likely suffers from extreme insecurity.

2. Name calling by a person of adult age is a common manifestation of a seriously insecure individual; more often than not, the names called others describe the very things about which the name caller is concerned most likely describe him or her.

For example, the constant use of the terms "defeated loser" and "crybaby loser" by the author here, more than likely describes his private, subconscious view of himself.

July 30, 2007 4:23 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

And your point?

July 30, 2007 8:36 AM  

Anonymous Phil Krakover said:

Well, I think he made a pretty good point.

We are all reading drivel from an insecure crybaby, defeated loser, who dislikes himself almost as much as most of us dislike him.

Interesting anlaysis, I'd say.

July 30, 2007 9:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Phil Krakover
You are not required to read anything Zuma Dogg writes so stop your complaining.

And how many of you "normal" guys do this?

"2. Name calling by a person of adult age is a common manifestation of a seriously insecure individual; more often than not, the names called others describe the very things about which the name caller is concerned most likely describe him or her. "

And how many of you "normal" guys do this?

July 30, 2007 10:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Phil Krakover
You are not required to read anything Zuma Dogg writes so stop your complaining.

And how many of you "normal" guys do this?

"2. Name calling by a person of adult age is a common manifestation of a seriously insecure individual; more often than not, the names called others describe the very things about which the name caller is concerned most likely describe him or her. "

And how many of you "normal" guys do this?

July 30, 2007 10:53 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

phil,

why don't you run for the neighborhood council board or find some other way to take all your insightful analysis and put it to use. what a shame to focus so much of your time and energy discussion me, round the clock.

And if you are not allowed to run for NC board...well, then I guess you should just sit on this blog and write about your obsession, all day long.

July 30, 2007 10:56 AM  

Anonymous Phil Krakoer said:

ZD, thanks so much for your concern for my career.

I was sitting here wondering how I could possibly achieve all that you have achieved in the social and economic strata, and who better than to counsel me than the Mother of All Crybaby Defeated Losers himself?

Your career is nothing short of spectacular; you root out corruption whereever it hides and throw open the doors of secrecy to sunshine and light. You are the role model we should all seek for our children, as well as our selves.

I wold go on, but my nose has grown so long I can no longer reach the keyboard, so I know you will understand as I sign off and go back to gainful employment, so as not to have to beg for food, coffee or gas money.

Give my regards to the guys in van number 6.

July 30, 2007 3:06 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Phil,

What DO you do with your time besides monitor my every word?

I mean, let's face it, any family or job you may have are obviously being seriously neglected.

We all know that I am the lone loser. However, at least I am the one doing the blogging, writing, calling and commenting on actual issues in hopes of creating change.

And you spend your time focused on my world. J (for Jack, right?), stop thinking about zuma dogg every waking second of your life, feeling the constant sense of urgency to check the blog to see what I am posting, so you have a chance to try and turn the whole world against me with your brilliant insights about the mind and life of ZD. Imagine if you were able to concentrate on something other than what Zuma Dogg is doing and posting, right now, even while you are supposed to be spending quality time with your family (obviously,if you work, it doesn't require much effort, since you post here all day.)

I don't think you have an urgent crisis level need to see Tony Robbins in Long Beach Aug 10th, whether Zuma Dogg needs to see him, also, or not. I don't suggest you look into it. And I know you are scared to go cause you might see me there and I would walk up and say, "Hello! Good to see you here!" So, I tell you what. If you promise to go, I won't go, so I won't see you there.

July 30, 2007 5:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma, seems this phil guy just checks in couple times a day or so; you're the one who writes long-winded replies and rants to him. YOU need to take the Robbins stuff to heart.

July 30, 2007 6:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma, why are you so obsessed with a little criticism?

This Phil guy really nails you and you go off like a stuck pig.

Try to control yourself a little, remember how you got your life into such a mess, and kick back and practice what you preach.

You are a devotee of Robbins, so take a little advice from him and listen, maybe you will learn something.

We know you see yourself as a loser, and you most likely are, but that can be changed by getting out of the gutter and getting a little self pride.

Heal thyself before you seek to heal others.

July 30, 2007 6:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hate to even tell you this, Zuma, because you are such a sick, twisted soul (with Dave trying to break through, but I'm not convinced that he's really any better), that you'll take perverse pleasure in making another person suffer -- and/or your sick, twisted groupies will, since they literally live to take down everyone in power out of spite and jealousy over their wretched lives (like the Mirthala obsessive-compulsive poster admits about herself -- I think it's a jealous female).

Poor Eric Garcetti is profiled in yesterday's (7/29) LAist, giving his 4 most favorite bits of advice on how to make L A a better city, and what's his #1? Getting rid of all the hate-this/that, crude and vulgar comments at City Hall, and getting positive feedback from people who have tried and acted to make a difference: he cites the people who crammed City Hall to successfully get CC's support re: the marijuana dispensaries. Gotta be a tough job, when getting rid of crude, nasty whiners even for a moment is the highlight of his day.

But this will no doubt please you, as knowing that following your example, there are now others who are rude and bossy, endlessly whine and tell the CM's how to do their job: the jabba-the-hut fat lady in Van Nuys, who also wears a cap, and her two ditzy cohorts, who yammer on about the same things all the time, and rudely scold any CM's not glued to their ramblings. Then of course self-styled genius Matt Dowd and Mike Hunt (though he's pretty polite). In general, a descent into the social sewer, since you turned up.

Do you really wonder why everyone hates you so much there, and on this blog? WHERE did you grow up, why didn't you have a mother or any adult role model, explain that if you want respect, you have to give and show it: while you've done the opposite in speech and dress...and clearly, this has been your lifelong pattern with employers.

You suffer from lack of "breeding," and contrary to your delusions, do nothing positive, but make the world a crasser, more unpleasant place, along with your followers. (Many of whom have abandoned you.)

July 30, 2007 7:30 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

You people/person should see Tony about multiple/split personalities.

(See: people who post comments and reply to themself. And we all know who's "pattern" that is.)

MAYOR SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM...

HEEEEEEEEE'S BAACCCCCCCCCCCCCK.

(Although he never left, he snapped again. Call him up and talk him down.)

July 30, 2007 7:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Gays and breeding are not very sympatico; sort of an evolutionary cul-de-sac.

July 31, 2007 4:59 PM  

Anonymous Phil Krakover said:

OK, sports fans, here's my suggestion:

I have been a constant critic of Zuma Dogg since I abhor his spelling, his grammar, but mostly his basic misunderstanding of the political process and how it all works.

I find it grating to read him and watch him commit the most elemental mistakes in understanding why things have to be handled in certain ways to achieve objectives.

But, I notice, in reading his readers' comments, that most are related, not to the subject matter, but to his stupidity or arrogance, or his personal self agrandisement.

So. let's cut it out and let him post stupidity without comment; in short, boycott the idiot until he gets tired of talking to himself.

If we can control ourselves, it will be more telling than anything we could say, to see his posts go uncommented upon.

So, I'm done commenting on his posts. I hope you'll join me in this experiment, which may illustrate to mayor Sam the futility of having a fool like this on his otherwise quite cogent, relevant blog.

July 31, 2007 6:24 PM  

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