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Monday, May 25, 2009

50,000 Names - George Jones


Blogger Verleen said:

Wow! Such an awesome song, this one brought tears to my eyes and gave me chills. So very true and touching.

May 25, 2009 4:24 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


May 25, 2009 7:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You were not featured on Nightline zuma dogg. The subject was feature, and you were a member of the public whose opinion was sought.

I work at a clip library service for local news outlets, and your "segment" was purely a man on the street segment.

You can call it an apple pie if you want, but all it is in reality is a man on the street interview.

May 25, 2009 7:37 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

, and you were a member of the public whose opinion was sought.

No, it was not "member of public whose opinion was sought." I was FEATURED in the segment. I really hope you are being paid to spin here, because you really cannot be serious, but if you really do not think I was FEATURED on ABC News Nightline you are dumb. So I hope you are getting paid. If not, you got REAL problems. And again, there is NO way around the fact that I WAS, indeed, F-E-A-T--U-R-E-D, on ABC News Nightline! I'm gonna close all my comments with that.

Zuma Dogg
As Featured on ABC News Nightline!

May 25, 2009 8:35 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg

You are living in fantasy land. Your grip on reality

Get help!


May 25, 2009 9:46 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Nice gesture Phil. It's shameful that Zuma Dogg and his hater are so disrespectful as to post their usual self promotion without regard for the post. Especially shameful because you are seeking to honor our men in uniform who laid their life down in battle.

Zuma Dogg never wore the uniform nor has ever even held a job so he does not care.

I think Mayor Sam should erase the Zuma Dogg the Clown messages along with those of his "fans."

May 25, 2009 9:49 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is a democracy, we cannot exclude those we disagree with. ZD is ok by me.

May 25, 2009 10:01 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Here's how it works people:

Operative posts an off topic comment about me on these threads. And it is usually something someone copies from my own blog, then posts it here, then complains about it.

And 9:49am, Mr. Boo Hoo Hoo is the culprit. (Now, they will post, "No Zuma, you are wrong, I am just a random reader of this blog who came across it on a Google search and I am also a fan of yours but feel you are wrong on this one."

It's called propaganda, and I shed no crocodile tears over you boo-hoo-hooing about it.

Yeah, Mayor Sam should stop approving these nutty comments and I will stop responding. Meanwhile, don't make it sound like this is some official ceremony at Arlington Cemetery, weakling, it's the Mayor Sam blog and the only thing people care about is spinning and hit jobs.

I'll be right back with my contribution regarding Antonio "Oh Shoot Now I Have To Kiss Nuch's Ass" Overaigosa.

And Wendy doesn't look too good since Jack lost and Nuch won.

Looks like a lot of hopes and dreams just turned into fears of exposure.

ANYWAY...I bumped into one of my most valuable of inside sources, last night, (works outside city hall, but works with city hall on business) ...he tells me, "stay where you are Zuma Dogg, hang tight...big stuff is about to go down."

He's talking about indictments, and we were talking about the mayor's office.

He also told me, "I have no idea what's going on." (Which wasn't an insult to ZD, because he has told me a lot, so he knows that I know a lot, AND NOW...he is telling me, "I have no idea..." and to, "Hang tight...just stay where you are." (Which he meant, another chance to run for mayor, soon (whether I want to, or not...he was making the point."


YOU HAVE TO UNDERSTAND PEOPLE: The agenda of the weak-ass,i nferior (and he knows it) political operative's goal is to post dumb shit about Zuma Dogg, so you don't talk about the fact that Villar has a HELL of a lot to worry about with Nuch winning instead of Weiss, and the fact that Villar's circle is being investigated, they lost $7 BILLION on Wall Street, and it looks like a lot of shell, risky investments and pay-to-plays and looks like Ron Burlkle (Wetherly), Darius Anderson (Yucaipa/Gold Bridge (to prison) Capital and people like Ari Swiller and other Villar-cronies are in BIG, DOO-DOO!!! And I mean HISTORICALLY BIG DOO-DOO!

And although Andrew Cuomo won't be investigating his boy Antonio, FEDS ARE!


Get you special election petitions ready...Villaraigosa IS NOT ALLOWED TO RUN FOR GOVERNOR, because Jerry Brown has him in a corner with his "subpoena file"



So you are looking at the last legs of a political machine that can't raise any more money than Zuma Dogg can.

But yeah, I wasn't featured on Nightline, I was only on Nightline, or whatever.c

May 25, 2009 10:33 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

To: Mayor Villaraigosa
From: Taxpayer

POSTED: November 14, 2006 9:55 PM


Mayor Villaraigosa Addresses Narrow Measure H Defeat with Announcement of $65 Million Pension Fund Investment in Workforce Housing Fund
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Following the narrow defeat of Measure H, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will announce an important public-private commitment to create workforce housing developments in the Los Angeles area, tomorrow, Tuesday, November 14, 11:00 AM at Puerta del Sol condominiums, 360 West Avenue 26, Lincoln Heights, CA 90031.

Mayor Villaraigosa will be joined by executives from LA’s largest public pension funds - Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System (LACERS); Los Angeles County Employee Retirement Association (LACERA); Los Angeles Department of Fire and Police Pensions (LAFPP) - to announce the commitment of a combined $65 million in Genesis Workforce Housing Fund II, a private equity real estate fund managed by Phoenix Realty Group that will create workforce housing developments in the LA area.

The press conference will be held at Puerta del Sol, a workforce housing community that is the fastest-selling new housing development in Los Angeles County and represents the type of development that will be funded with city and county pension investments. Phoenix Realty Group financed Puerta del Sol through the first private equity real estate fund solely targeting workforce housing development in greater Los Angeles.

Investments will target housing affordable to LA’s middle-income workforce, including teachers, firefighters, and nurses.

The Genesis II fund’s projects will be built by private developers throughout greater Los Angeles and are expected to provide 2,250 units of housing to the market over the next four years.

11:00 AM




May 25, 2009 11:55 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

If you allow Zuma and his fans to be kept of Mayor Sam, it will be the highest form of censorship. No wonder we are losing all of our newspapers...people like you try to censor the speakers and the listeners of truth.

May 25, 2009 12:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Some good points there 9:47 am.

It seems the"Fans" of "Zuma the Clown" just use him for sport, getting under his thin skin to see the childish display that comes soon after.

But the response is always so boringly repetitious,is it not?

May 25, 2009 12:28 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

See how Zuma doesn't care and is disrespectful? It's not censorship to shut that clown up. Would you have him in your house? Pointless he will be going to jail soon anyway.

May 25, 2009 12:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ZD isn't going to jail Loon.

May 25, 2009 1:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Higby tell Zuma and Phil to shut up and stop posting anon.

May 25, 2009 1:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I love having the fool Saltzburger here; we need a punching bag, and he is a perfect foil.

If he was featured on ABC Nightline, a monkey will jump out of yur ass and sing the national anthem to you.

His "feature" is equal to the 80 Fake Neighborhood Watches...

But, Zuma brings us comic releif in a stressed world, what is funnier than ot see an fool that takes himself seriously and really thinks he makes a difference in this world.

Laugh Clown, laugh.

By the way, Saltzy, did you file yur closing papers in your quest to be someone?

And, as the guy keeps asking, did you call your mother yet? It is a little late for Mother's Day, but too early for Father's Day.

How about Guy Fawkes Day?

May 25, 2009 1:07 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why Is Wendy Greuel Using Her "Councilmember" Position To RAISE MONEY FOR ANDREW CUOMO?!?!

HERE WE GO AGAIN!!! Why is an L.A. City Councilmember raising money for the shadiest Attorney General,quite possibly in the history of this country?

Wouldn't it be nice, if Villar's and Cuomo's team up to represent N.Y. & L.A., the way Snoop and Dre teamed up, representin' the City of Long Beach & Compton!

Imagine if you had the same shady team in control of the New York governor's office AND California office!!! (That still may be the dream, to have Antonio be Governor in Cali, with Cuomo in NY...although we all know that ain't gonna be happening now, at the time of this invite, it was still all systems go.)

So you can say Wendy was just doing her part as a concered citizen, expressing her first amendment right by feeling the necessity as an L.A. resident to get out there and raise money for NEW YORK Attorney General. HOWEVER, it says "COUNCILMEMBER" Wendy Greuesom of the invitation. So that says to Zuma Dogg that she was using her influence as an elected public official to get people to show up and chip in. And if that is not the case, and Wendy is such a bigshot regular community member, how come they put COUNCILmember on the invitation.

AND, once you read the links above regarding Cuomo, on top of what you probably already know about him...WE NOW HAVE THE CITY CONTROLLER OF LOS ANGELES DOING ON TEAM CUOMO. (Must be nice Wendy...Let's see where else your name pops up!)

May 25, 2009 1:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Pointless Villaraigosa will be going to jail soon anyway.

May 25, 2009 1:47 PM  

Blogger Foxy LA Lady said:

Hey kids, let's not bash the homeless. Zuma Dogg has a lot of unrealized potential. He also has a lot of courage. Do any of you think our soldiers died so people conduct themselves in this manner on this blog by grandstanding and insulting each other on Memorial Day? By putting down people who have a right to have a voice? Even if that voice sometimes comes from a misguided instinct?

I say Zuma Dogg should enroll in the military. He could use some discipline and manners. He would also learn how to present his issues without disrespecting people above his rank.

People who have higher rank who get insulted and get yelled at have a tendency not to like it. They also tend do something about it eventually. So on this Memorial Day I pray we keep in mind that we are Americans and we are here to do good for each other.

May 25, 2009 2:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I've never written anything to provoke Zuma Dogg, only encourage and as a matter of fact, yes I would have him in my house.

It makes me laugh at those of you who have such strong feelings for him. He must really be bugging you.

Moving on.

May 25, 2009 2:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I hate country music. It's so

May 25, 2009 2:35 PM  

Blogger Phil Jennerjahn said:

I really wish the Zuma haters would give it a rest.

Can't you go bash him on his blog?
Or your own?

I strongly suspect that it is someone in City Hall or taking instructions from City Hall.

May 25, 2009 2:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

We love and support ZD!

May 25, 2009 2:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'm sure if that homeless mutt did stay on his own blog people wouldn't bash him here. You're blaming the result not the cause. Haven't you noticed he's always here boasting about how great he is, long reposts from his site few read, provoking people?

May 25, 2009 3:24 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

3:24 I'd rather read Zuma than your whiny ass.

May 25, 2009 4:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

BACK IN 2005

Try to keep up. I know you don't want to because it destroys your whole personae, but everything in the LA Times editorial from 3 years ago was PLANTED by Parke Skelton and crew, has been DEBUNKED repeatedly AND declared false by legal authorities in the city to the POINT that EVEN the lazy, read-it-all-back-to-me LA Times won't print this stuff anymore.

The newspaper was able to hide behind the "well it LOOKED like smoke" for awhile, story, back then - to avoid lawsuits, but CAN'T ANYMORE. Now they know it was AV's campaign hacks blowing the SMOKE, and just where they were blowing it. (Where the sun don't shine at the L.A. Times).

15-20 times in recent months, some nimnod on this blog has linked that OLD old debunked Times piece (editorial, NOT news), and 20-25 times posters have pointed out POINT by point all of the above showing it's ALL CAMPAIGN LIES from AV's people. (I know, how in the name of 80 fake neighborhood watches could it be possible for them to LIE like that, and not have enybody demand proof!?)

But you just CAN'T give up on a good fable that allows you to defame an honest, productive public servant (who's on the OTHER team), it's just more fun to keep linking bogus material.

Maybe next time you should post a link to the WORLD IS FLAT story from some 12th century newspaper. That was "true" then, as well.
August 31, 2005 3:32 PM

May 25, 2009 4:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

“Corruption is authority plus monopoly minus transparency.”


May 25, 2009 4:34 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You did a thoughtful job of commemorating Memorial Day, Phil. Thanks for your posts.

May 25, 2009 4:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

May 25, 2009 1:47 PM-Could you please expand on that? What will the charges be?

May 25, 2009 6:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'd bet my ass that any complimentary posts about Phil are by Higby.

As for Zuma Dogg, he doesn't ever take constructive criticism well. It's always "shut up crybaby loser" and similar responses from him.

It's no wonder that he gets no respect from the city council.

May 25, 2009 7:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Phil is a birthday clown trying to improve his life by waving the American flag. He is not a leader, he is an opportunist. Please ignore his patriotic ramblings on this blog.

May 25, 2009 7:39 PM  

Blogger Walter Moore said:

To 11:55 a.m.

Thanks for reminding us about that! I recall opposing Measure H, but I had forgotten how, after we defeated it, Villaraigosa raided the pensions to reward his developer campaign contributors anyway.

I know David Zahniser has written some pieces connecting the dots between companies that get both CRA subsidies AND City pension "investments."

City Hall is basically a big financial scam. If they pulled this stuff in the private sector, well, it's called Enron / Madoff...

May 25, 2009 8:58 PM  

Blogger Walter Moore said:

In the extremely unlikely event anyone cares, I found my "Vote No on Measure H" essays, preserved by UCLA.

Here's the link:

May 25, 2009 9:22 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You lost Wacko. You swore you would disappear when you lost so


May 25, 2009 9:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Stop being so goddamn candy ass about people who don't dig you Zooma.

It goes with the territory. You can't expect to heave out all that criticism and name calling you do and not expect people to give it back.

So grow up and stop complaining or just stop going to city council like you said you would, you vagrant stink box.

May 25, 2009 10:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


I don't think Zuma needs to join the Army. Seriously. People must command respect, especially public servants, and really especially overpaid public servants! They can't demand respect simply because they're city council members or staff, especially when they're not worthy.

Zuma has his own style and it may appear rude to some and not to others. In fact, I know this to be true. I know people both in city hall and out of city hall who like Zuma and I know people in both who don't like him. Frankly, I find more people who do like him than don't no matter where he's brought up.

If Zuma didn't yell like he does, he might not have gotten so many people to listen to him.

Jim McQuiston's style of standing in front of council posing logical budget questions (usually) in his very mannerly and low-key voice gets him where? Oh yeah...that's right... NOWHERE.

Keep it up Zuma. You'll be repaid someday for this. You do good work.

Monica, if you've never met Zuma before, you should walk up to him and introduce yourself. You're a compassionate woman, albeit stern.

- Your friend

May 26, 2009 1:34 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is high level racketeering.It is criminal even to contemplate cutting future benefits to those who paid into the pension system over their lifetimes because of the financial malfeasance of politicians.

Seriously though, where did all the pension money really go annd who is benefitting?

May 26, 2009 2:14 AM  

Anonymous mad as hell, et cetera said:

Anon @ 2:35 pm - It's obvious that by hating Country Music, you don't know who started the style. Country Music was at one time known as "Hillbilly Music," and was mostly created by the descendants of Irish immigrants.

As Irish immigrants historically supported the Democratic Party, your view that Country Music is so boringly Republican shows that you didn't do well in your History classes in school. Evidently, you may have done equally poorly in Political Science in the area of objective reasoning.

Just because you don't like Country Music doesn't mean none of us should like it. I've got your number: your idea of tolerance is okay by those who agree with your views, but let an opposing view be aired, and immediately your "tolerance" gets tossed out like so much garbage.

That goes for your idea of objective thinking: perhaps you were taught "objective thinking" from a bunch of long-haired hippie-type professors, whose idea of profound thought was repeating some mantra nonsense while smoking a joint.

May 26, 2009 5:32 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:


I don't take crap for inferior operatives like you. You are not the "people." But I am flattered that YOU are now on the ZD case.

I warned that I was going to CRUSH YOU this weekend because I don't like political operatives who are inferior to ZD, so I believe if you ask Ms. Greuel, mission accomplished. Of course I had to destroy Andrew Cuomo's political career as well.



I'M HAVING A BLAST...and as YOU can see...I press the button at any time, because I AM FAR SUPERIOR TO YOU WHEN IT COMES TO THIS STUFF..


Ask Villaragiosa how things worked out for him this weekend.

Cuomo won't touch him, and he won't touch Cuomo.



YOU LOSE, YOU WEAK COWARD. How does it feel?

May 26, 2009 7:04 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

From Monica,

Thanks guys for sending me e-mails and the heads up that someone posted my name here about Zuma. For your information I respect and commend Zuma Dogg for at least having the guts to put himself out knowing full well we all get personally attacked by the opposition. His passion for what he does should be a lesson to us all that true conviction wins in the end. I admire his persistent in going after the truth and pray for his safety. Many of us know who speak out know we eventually get threatenend for doing so.

May 26, 2009 8:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ALARCON put forth motion to build more banks in LA. "Our city is home to one of the largest unbanked populations in the United States,” Alarcón said in the motion. “An estimated 300,000 Los Angeles households do not have a checking or a savings account."

DUHHHH someone please tell the idiot Alarcon that illegals don't have checking or savings accounts because they don't have legal documentation. Let's do everything to help illegals again at the legal taxpayers expense. IDIOT

May 26, 2009 8:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I wonder what shell project Alaron is going to funnel money into as project that he knows is going bankrupt, then he can lie up and down about it all? Remember, Alarcon will flat out lie while video evidence is being played in front of him.

May 26, 2009 8:58 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Richard Alarcon + Development
Equals Disaster

May 26, 2009 11:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

IDIOT at 8:43 -

Do you seriously think that a bank cares if you're an illegal immigrant or not before they'll take your money? You have GOT to be kidding me.

Anybody can open a bank account at any time. Legal, illegal, minors, foreigners, working, non-working, etc.

You have some nerve calling anyone else an idiot.

May 26, 2009 12:52 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Actually 5:30 AM, I got an A in History in high school and an A in Political Science in college. Country music wasn't part of our curriculum.

So you can like it all you want, but to me it personifies hillbillies (who I also dislike) and don't know or care what country they came from but I guess a lot of Appalachians came from Ireland so you could be right. (I also read that article over the weekend about inborn traits that referred to the hillbillies in the Appalachian mountains of West Virginia)

I don't like any flag waving, beer chugging, trailer-living, cigarette smoking, wife cheating songs about trucks. Sorry.

I certainly don't care if you like it or not. I would love to do a poll amongst Republicans and Democrats to see who listens to more country. I'm sure I'll be right on the ball when it comes to picking the Republicans.

There were no long hair hippie types teaching anything back when I was in school. Men weren't allowed to attend or teach with that "gay" hair. If there were any professors getting stoned, they were offset by the drunks who refused to smoke. Big difference. One makes you slur and one doesn't.

So you go cry over some George Jones song and I'll go look for a hillbilly country song where a 45 year old man is in love with a 13 year old girl and it's okay in them thar parts.

May 26, 2009 1:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:52, you're the idiot. Yes you do have to have valid ID and a credit check run on you before you're allowed to open an account.

Obviously you don't have one. Do you think they'll let anyone with a history of bouncing checks, foreign terrorists hiding money, open accounts? Foreigners can open accounts but if illegals have no ID they can't. Isn't that why the Marxist Alarcon is trying to open special banks for them? If it's so easy, why is he involved?

Having said that I don't think it's a bad idea to let illegals put cash into the system where banks can use it, but they need to have Consular Cards from Mexico or wherever they come from. Their home countries have to vouch for them. We don't need criminals or other risks coming here and hiding their money under false names.

May 26, 2009 2:33 PM  

Anonymous not the idiot said:

Hey retard,

I am not the idiot. You are for posting information when you don't know what you're talking about.

Bank of America will open an account without a drivers license. You can use an individual taxpayer ID number. Look it up here.


Just go Google, "Can illegal immigrants open bank accounts" and see what you find.

Some banks offer their own form of identification.

Now who is the idiot really?

Oh right, it's you! Ha Ha

May 26, 2009 4:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I said "valid ID" and never used the word Driver's License, you did. Passports are also valid ID. Not that illegals have those either. But you and Alarcon spending your days figuring how to use our city resources to help illegals is contributing to our fiscal solvency and popularity of L A as a role model for the nation. Open your eyes. Even Obama's requiring anyone who attends his fundraising events to show valid ID, no illegals.

May 26, 2009 6:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The banks are a business and they are allowed to do business with whomever they choose. They get to define what is legal to them when it comes to allowing people to put their money in their institutions.

May 26, 2009 7:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I didn't check into it or anything. But after reading the two arguments between May 26, 2009 2:33 PM and 4:09 PM I think 2:33 PM seems more credible. Just my opinion.

May 26, 2009 8:05 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

4:09 is correct. You must not have a recent bank account mary, being broke and out of work as you are, because you need a SS card and a valid photo ID to open one.

May 26, 2009 10:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It isn't "Driver's License" but rather "Driver License." Take it out of your wallet and look at it.

May 27, 2009 12:00 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Some banks did give illegals home loans as well as checking accounts with just a Mexican Consular card due to political pressure and greed and that's a huge part of why there are so many foreclosures in Alarcon's district.

But in general you absolutely have to have a Driver License to open anything online and they always ask for it and run a check even if you open the account in a bank (it IS the driver's so who cares, what a jerk).

If you don't have one you'd have to provide passport or something else in person inside the bank and enough info so they can run a credit check. If you have even one dubious check, like someone tried to forge your signature, you can't get an account even if you'e handing them $100,000.

Is Alarcon angry because the banks have gotten tougher on illegals? Shit the rest of us are having our cards eliminated and lines reduced even with great credit and payment history.

May 27, 2009 2:42 PM  

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