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Thursday, April 21, 2011

Steve "Mini-Riordan" Soboroff: "We need more people like Frank McCourt"

Steve Soboroff pontificating to Dodger Fan. From the Times comments, ForTheKids at 10:06 AM April 21, 2011 Can you imagine after all is said and done being remembered in life as the man who said "We need more people like Frank McCourt."
How most Dodgers fans feel about Soboroff's comment regarding depose Dodgers Owner Frank McCourt .
Memo to Playa Vista's own Steve "Mini-Riordan" Soboroff.
Slowly remove foot from mouth, then instruct your Playa Vista now Dodger mouthpiece Steve Sugerman (keep him away from the timesheets), to craft the spin to get yourself out of the latest verbal dookie pile of your creation.
Did you actually mean this? "We need more people like Frank McCourt". the LA Times comment section that follows the report of your Papi Riordan like gaff, is going viral with irate readers taking umbrage at your myopic comment (Times just turn off comments, Papi Riordan and Broad must of complain to the editor). ** Comments still going strong and Mini-Riordan is getting bashed.
More after the jump.
Mini-Riordan, unless the ghosts or methane gas of Playa Vista are making you delusional, the McCourts rank right up with their mayoral friend, as being civic embarrassments/failures. Except for one politico who had supposed "feelings" for Frank's ex. old lady (Cougar to some), most Dodgers fans are praising MLB Commissioner Bud Selig for his actions. Even some on your side of the 405 Concrete Curtain, are wondering what you were thinking when you stated that McCourts finances were an "non-issue", via West LA Observe "Westside Business White Guy" Mark Lacter   
But more than anything else Mini-Riordan, your "short-term hire" by McCourt highlights the sad state of affairs at Chavez Ravine. Frank sooner or later was coming on his hand and knees to the politically connected likes of you, to plead for cash, hoping that whoever bail him out would still let him play ball.
But others like you Mini-Riordan see potention lucrative ideas such as "Vistas from a Rravine" that you and your connected friends (Broad, Riordan and labor allies) can make bank (think Playa Vista II). Maybe thats why the Mayor is mum on Selig's actions?
In closing Mini-Riordan, your haste to make bank off the nefarious dealings of the McCourt and the rightful backlash over your comments may stem from some past sin. One should remember it is bad medicine to disturb the dead (think Tongva/Gabrielinos gravesites at Playa Vista), and now you are facing the wrath of many Dodger fans, for partaking in the bad medicine of the McCourts.
Your thoughts..............
Scott Johnson in CD 14 

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Steve has always been good for simplistic, unrealistic solutions to problems. Sometimes even solutions to non-problems such as that single, but tragic, incident of violence at the stadium. If you did nothing, the problem would likely never happen again. But Steve told the Times he wants to get parents to sign pledges. But Steve, those thugs at the stadium were adults.

April 21, 2011 10:49 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Rut-Roh, Joe B!

Obama is CRAPPING in his PANTIES!

Ha ha ha,
good one!

April 21, 2011 11:15 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wow, Scott. You sure got Steve "Mini-Riordan" good. You really proved a point worth proving. You showed him and everyone else. Top stuff, Scottie.

April 21, 2011 12:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

WE do have more People like the crook Frank McCourt and they're all in City Hall. What an idiot!!! Fans are finally cheering the baseball commissioner got rid of Frank McCourt and hopefully will get the once great Dodger reputation back. wouldn't it be great if someone did the same thing to the City of LA, took it away from the Failure of a Mayor

April 21, 2011 4:11 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I don't know why Soboroff thinks it's a good idea to defend McCourt when everyone in L.A. and every Dodgers fan wants a new owner.

April 21, 2011 9:29 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Soboroff's only priority here is to develop Chavez Ravine, otherwise known as the Dodgers parking lot, into a high priced condo development. I wonder if he will dig up the two year old school that was buried and now lies under 2nd base.

Maybe Janice Hahn isn't as dumb as we think, let the public own the Dodgers, the defending SUper Bowl Champs Packers are publicly owned. Afterall, it was Janice's dad who brought in the Dodgers and leveled the Mexican neighborhood.

April 21, 2011 10:53 PM  

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