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Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Tuesday

On the 5th annivesary of the terrorist attacks on the US on September 11th, a bomb threat Monday shut down a significant portion of the Port of Los Angeles. The threat turned out to be a hoax, but not before over 100 people were evacuated and police conducted a major search of the facility.

Melanie Lomax, a prominent civil rights attorney and former member of the Los Angeles Police Commission was killed when her 2005 Jaguar S-Type rolled off a slope near her Hollywood Hills home. Lomax died at Cedar Sinai Hospital Sunday evening. Lomax - who was appointed to the Police and Airport Commissions by her godfather, Former Mayor Tom Bradley - was 56.

Martini Republic caught a rare moment of public candor by Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez on a local public affairs television show. Check it out here.

Franklin Avenue would like to extend term limits beyond the City Council to television anchors and honorary mayors, such as Hollywood's Johnny Grant. We agree. North Hollywood's Honorary Mayor Beverly Garland has been on the post since Nixon was President. When the former 50s B-movie queen turned TV wife of Fred MacMurray started charging for parking at her North Hollywood area hotel, that sealed it for me. Does anyone even know who she is anymore?

LA City Nerd expresses fondness for newest Sister City blogger, Zuma Dogg. However, the Nerd wonders aloud if the Doggster will be able to use his pseudonym on the ballot when he runs for City Council. Zach Behrens of "In the Oaks" replies that if our favorite, rascaly Republican Santa Clarita congressperson can go by Howard "Buck" McKeon, ZD should be able to do the same. However, Zach gets it slightly wrong in using Tom LeBong's pet name for ZD - Jeffrey - which is not his real name.

Mayor Villaraigosa will travel to Washington, D.C., today to discuss his school takover plan with federal officials and ask them for money. In the recent past, Villaraigosa has traveled to Memphis, Philadelphia, Dallas, Las Vegas, Chicago, Atlanta, Sacramento and Washington, D.C.


Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

YEAH, YEAH...City Clerk's office says, "It's official!"

The only name that needs to go on the ballot on March ballot for City Council is Zuma Dogg...that's Z-U-M-A-D-O-Double Gee, and that's all you need to know, ******!

So just like Public Comment, Batman or Spiderman can appear on the ballot, with no mention of Bruce Wayne or Peter Parker.

Yeah, yeah...

Vote ZUMA DOGG when you only see that name on the ballot, and don't worry about my real name, Tom LeBong -- it's about the issues and truthful knowlege I spit...not whether my real name is Jefferey, Mark, Dave or Jimmy Page.

(You think it makes a difference to Wendy, Bill, Jose or Jack what my real name is after my weekend of Mayor Sam posts???)

Zuma "Jeffery Mark Dave Jimmy Page" Dogg

September 11, 2006 9:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

(Takes off hat and places it over heart)
That's rather sad about Ms. Lomax. Condolences from the pirate crew.

September 11, 2006 9:52 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

8-13-06 LA Times

Does anyone really think that by adding 27 mayors, five county supervisors and maybe now 15 L.A. City Council members we will improve the Los Angeles Unified School District's ability to get things done? AB 1381 is about politics and politicians saving face; it isn't about holding people accountable or doing what is best for children...AB 1381 is bad legislation, end of debate.

Board Member
Los Angeles Unified School District

September 11, 2006 10:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I did not know Melanie Lomax, but I felt as though I did from watching her TV appearances. She was always rational, pleasant and fair.

May she be healed and forgiven and arrive in her perfect place. It is done and it is so.

September 11, 2006 10:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

does anyone know your real name, zuma dogg???

September 11, 2006 11:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

His real name is Steve Villar. AV's half bro' U know those Villar men. Can't maintain civil order.

September 11, 2006 11:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

am I correct in assuming these blogs can be accessed from anywhere in the world?? anywhere??? cause I hear politics can be dirty, and I may need to retaliate...yeah yeah

September 11, 2006 11:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Whew! Are ya hot or are ya hot?

4th floor is locked. I'll try again.

September 11, 2006 11:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wrong Floor dude! Try contact with someone 13 floors up.

September 11, 2006 11:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Using condoms ain't gonna help. X-Files

September 11, 2006 11:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma DogggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLLLLAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRREEEEEESSSSSSSSSTTTTTTTUUUUUTTTTTTTTMMMMMMMRRRRRWWWWWWWWWW

September 11, 2006 11:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

its like fake hair, and fake names, why do these people expect us to trust their 'vision', when they can't even accept and acknowledge their own reality...

September 11, 2006 11:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I believe the jury is still out on zuma dog. let's not get carried away like he is,. thanks a lot for giving him the rope guys...lets see if he hangs himself.
see if he sticks with the issues...or chooses to play cheap and nasty...

September 11, 2006 11:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I beg to differ. The jury is out on corrupt council reps.

September 11, 2006 11:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

When a politician steals it is an issue.

September 12, 2006 12:23 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The "Double Gee" is especially telling.

Gee, I didn't know anything about this before I starting spouting off!

Gee, I hope the camera picks up my good side!

Howard Stern for L.A. City Council (he knows more about L.A. that this bee-otch!)

September 12, 2006 6:07 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ZD must wait be the rental PCs at the library to get the first post in once Mayor Sam puts up late night topics.

September 12, 2006 6:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why elect a wigger for City Council when we have actual, live "negroes" in the city?

Accept no substitutes!

September 12, 2006 6:11 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Nunyez's comment is refreshing, like the bum on the street corner begging, with the cardboard sign that says "Why lie, I need a beer!"

September 12, 2006 6:13 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

So the Mexican midget is running his skinny midget legs off to Washington to pander for money for his arrogant highjacking of LAUSD!
How disgusting!

I have a suggestion for Washington: Give the mental midget all the money he wants as long as he takes the anchor babies and the money back to Mexico! Pay 'em off and get them out of OUR country!

The Mexican midget can build hundreds of schools for the anchor brats with all that cheap labor in Mexico....50 cents an hour and all the Tequilla they can drink!

We are being ripped off for 20+ Billion to build 160 friggin schools for 800,000 anchor brats! What in the hell is wrong with everyone!

Get rid of these Mexicans NOW!!!!!
Especially the mental midget and his reconquista amigos! Wake up, people!

September 12, 2006 7:02 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

My mother said "Do not speak ill of the dead".

Therefore, I have nothing to say about Melanie Lomax.

Do you know Gilbert & Sullivans' song "I have a little list" from "The Mikado"?

September 12, 2006 8:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why don't the lazy LA reporters do a story on how much time our midget mayor has been out of the city since taking office? They are tabloid journalists who just kiss his ass.

Melanie Lomax may her soul rest in peace but she was a raving bitch. She had absolutely NO CLASS. She would attend community meetings in South LA and spout her mouth off like an emotional pms'ng woman. She was worst then Maxine Waters. Let's not forget she was also corrupt. For being an attorney and police commissioner the newspapers say she gave confidential personnel papers of Gates to civil rights people. She defended the guilty just like Johnnie Cochran

September 12, 2006 8:52 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Can someone find out how many people attended this private viewing party?

...The anonymous blogger at Los Angeles City Nerd says that Councilman Bernard Parks hosted a Monday Night Football viewing party starting at 4 pm yesterday in the "media room" at City Hall. "I'm all for inter-office team building, but maybe it should be done at a private venue and not in City Hall? And even moreso, it was the 5th anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001 - was this the best way to commemorate that fateful day?" the blogger writes.

September 12, 2006 9:26 AM  

Blogger David Hernandez said:

Border War-The Movie

I was one of the first individuals to attend the Los Angeles screening of the movie dealing with illegal immigration, Border War. The audience was filled with many invites and those who had just purchased a ticket and came in.

The 90 minutes were filled with examples of the challenges and perils faced by those who entered the United States illegally from Mexico. The desert, the heat, the inhumane conditions and the fate of many who met their death in the process of seeking the opportunity not found in their country.

The film also chronicled the challenges faced by Americans who as a result of illegal Aliens who commit crimes, other than entering the U.S. illegally, such as murder, theft and total disregard for private property.

Enrique Morones, President of Border Angels found a calling to provide food and water to those who were crossing into the country illegally. Although his efforts are humanitarian, he finds no need to place responsibility for the deplorable conditions on anyone other than the United States. He is proud of his Mexican heritage and even though he was born in the United States, he was one of the first to obtain dual citizenship in Mexico. Where he takes great care to point out the policies of the United States which he feels contribute to the challenges of those entering illegally, he finds absolutely no fault or responsibility with the Mexican Government. No blame on the Country which the illegal immigrant is risking life and limb to escape in order to find economic opportunity.

The tragedy is not in his turning a blind eye to the failings of the Mexican Government. The shame comes with the realization, that millions of poor Mexican Nationals will continue to suffer under the system which forces them to flee their communities in order to survive.

It is not project “Gate Keeper”, ICE, the Border Patrol, Minutemen or any other groups who support a secure border who are responsible for the conditions in Mexico, it is the Mexican Government, those corrupt officials who prey on the citizens of Mexico and keep them in bondage.

As I left the theater I was interviewed by a local Spanish speaking television media outlet. I expressed my sadness at the plight of those being forced out of their homeland and who suffer the consequences of their journey to the United States. But I place the blame for their circumstances where it belonged, with the Government of Mexico!

I was also curious to see what the reaction of local press and media would have to the movie. The first and only review I read was an article written by Los Angeles Daily News Columnist, Mariel Garza. I had read other articles she has written concerning “immigration”. She is not quick to use the term illegal alien. She has a sense of humor which is often expressed in her mocking of the anti illegal immigration groups. Those who have real concerns about the radical teachings flourishing in our Universities and now being demonstrated in our city streets, she often characterizes as delusional paranoid extremists and mocks their fears.

As I began to read her article the second paragraph leaped off the page and sent sense of outrage throughout my body. Here is her direct quote, “In fact, for us, the search for justice by the wife of L.A. County sheriff's Deputy David March — who was killed by an illegal immigrant four years ago — is old news.”

Old News? Does she use her mocking wit to dismiss the cold blooded execution of a man who put himself on the front lines to protect and serve his community because he is only one of thousands of Americans who have been murdered by illegal aliens. Illegal Aliens who flee to Mexico where they can laugh at a system which renders them untouchable by US Law.

After agreeing to remove the death penalty from the possible consequences for his crime, the killer was, after four years arrested only months ago.

A system which allows Mexican Nationals to murder Americans and after fleeing to Mexico, protect them from the penalty faced by Americans is not “old news” it is an abomination!

Until Mexican Nationals who commit crimes in the United States are held accountable to the same consequences as Americans, there can be no immigration reform.

Below is her article. Read and then respond with your reaction.

In L.A., 'Border War' is a re-run Mariel Garza, Columnist

LA Daily News The new immigration documentary “Border War” may have premiered in Los Angeles last Thursday, but it isn't for Angelenos. Not really.

In fact, for us, the search for justice by the wife of L.A. County sheriff's Deputy David March — who was killed by an illegal immigrant four years ago — is old news. The idea of a person being loyal to both their birth country and ancestral homeland, such as Enrique Morones, president of Border Angels, isn't a novel one. And we know that plenty of the most ardent anti-immigration activists are Latinos like Lupe Moreno of Orange County.

These are three of the five individual stories that make up the bulk of the anti-immigration film funded by a conservative group, Citizens United, and screening here through this Thursday.

The other two vignettes aren't stretches either. The compassionate Mexican-American Border Patrol agent, Jose Maheda in Arizona, could be any number of Los Angeles police officers battling the Mara Salvatrucha and other gangs. And surely most Californians are at least passingly familiar with the work of Arizona Rep. J.D. Hayworth, who is one of the loudest voices on the enforcement-only side of immigration reform debate.
But apparently the rest of the country is blissfully unaware.

“Ninety-nine percent of Americans don't have a clue about this kind of thing,” the film's co-producer, David Bossie, said Thursday, shortly after he flew into Los Angeles to promote the national opening of the film in Burbank and Newport Beach. He hopes this film will change that, and in so doing gain converts to the enforcement-only camp in the immigration debate. These five stories, he said, will be an eye-opening experience for the Minnesotans and Washingtonians who are the intended audience for the film, as it was for him, a native Northeasterner.

“Oh, my God. Just making this film was really a learning experience,” Bossie said. “It really was. I thought I knew a lot about the issue.”

I watched an advance copy of the film at home Wednesday night, the day before it was set to open in Burbank. Normally, I don't review films for columns, and I'm not going to review this one other than to say it was so much less inflammatory than I was hoping.
The film intrigued me for a number of reasons. First, it's a documentary on a hot topic that's only going to get hotter this fall. Also, it features homegrown people, places and issues. And who doesn't love seeing our own King Chuckabubba, L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca, up on the big screen?

But most significantly, I was intrigued because theatrically released documentaries have traditionally been the domain of liberals. Think of Al Gore's “An Inconvenient Truth” or Michael Moore's “Fahrenheit 9/11.”

Was Bossie going to break the mold with his conservative film? I wanted to know. Bossie's off to a strong start with release of the film across the country this week. The film will also no doubt get a big boost from being picked up by Hollywood's biggest powerhouses, Bob and Harvey Weinstein (liberals, FYI) for distribution of the DVDs.
“Border War” is the second film by his Citizens United Productions. The first, “Celsius 41.11” — a refutation of Moore's aforementioned film — didn't make much of an impact. But “Border Wars” comes just as the immigration debate is heating up again.
From my take, Bossie's not quite the conservative's answer to Michael Moore. Not yet, anyway. Not with this film. Despite the high production values, a dramatic score and an inherently incendiary issue, the movie just isn't all that exciting. And that was disappointing.

I wanted melodramatic hand-wringing. I wanted overblown “invasion” rhetoric. I wanted pathos. I wanted volleys of gunfire traded from both side of the Mexico-U.S. border. I wanted action and heroes and villains. I wanted some of that “war” promised by the title.
What I got was even-handed if mostly action-free vignettes about five people's lives affected by illegal immigration. As surprised as I was by the tame and measured take, I couldn't help but feel a little disappointed. Other than the “Cops”-style scenes with agent Maheda as he busted coyotes in between his philosophical musing about treating immigrants with respect, there's little warfare, figurative or otherwise.

In fact, if I hadn't known that this was the product of an unabashedly conservative group with an agenda, I wouldn't have immediately guessed. The film's heroes are as sympathetic as its villains, and are simply given time to tell their stories. I didn't even realize until talking to Bossie that Morones, whose group helps illegal immigrants in need, was one of the film's bad guys. Perhaps it's just my perspective.
As well, the illegal immigrants ever in the background of “Border War,” mostly come off as hapless victims and underscore the human tragedy that's touched on, but never really explored in this film. When Maheda and company bust an Arizona safe house, the inhabitants who file out aren't creepy-looking gangsters or drug runners who are waging war on America. They are mostly women and children, all poor and all looking confused and terrified. I just hope these aren't the kind of villains who will rile up the Midwesterners.

Mariel Garza is a columnist and editorial writer for the Los Angeles Daily News. Write to her by e-mail at mariel.garza@dailynews.com

September 12, 2006 9:36 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Ok what's up with the clowncil members like Padilla, Cardenas, Reyes now sporting beards and mustaches? Do they feel like real men with them?

September 12, 2006 12:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


He's helping Arnold campaign yet states its for his bills going through. Antonio is helping Arnold campaign yet says its because Arnold is signing LAUSD bill. This is all bullshit.

September 12, 2006 12:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Congrats L.A. Times for your use of computer data that was obtain in a less than ethical way. For us republicans that still have a use for your fish wrap (KITTY BOX LINER). Your lust to attack the KENNEDY REPUBLICAN knows no ethical bounds. Whether it is the grooping angle or the hot-blooded Latina buzz, your paper has ceast in providing objecting reporting. Now let those proletariat scribes loose to ravage the truth. Morrison, Skelton, Lopez, Vogel, Ed. Board, we have a People' republic to protect. "BOND the MIDDLE CLASS with hiden taxes" " TAX the Greedy Rich" GOV POLLORAIGOSA in 2010 !!!

September 12, 2006 12:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Of course it is all bullshit. That's all AV and the rest of his crew can do right, bullshit!

AV-get back to LA and do some "real" work for once, if you are actually capable of doing so. But with those midget legs and other midget body parts you may have a hard time.

September 12, 2006 12:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg did a great job in council on the special event waivers. I don't know why he didn't call out Jose on the festival where they charged tons of money. Zuma you didn't start off good though with the singing and antics. Calm it down and speak more seriously the way you know how and you get heard more and people take you serious. Tons of people were watching on their computers.

I can't believe these clowncil members are already asking to be excused from council. Jose wants 3 days in Sept. alone. What the hell, they just got back from 3 weeks time off.

September 12, 2006 12:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg's real name is one David Elliott from Shaker Heights,OH.

A local paper says he "plays a character called Zuma Dogg, a delusional white rapper who sees himself as an international star for no apparent reason. He inserts himself into public places and events, proclaiming his glory for all to hear."

See Zuma aka David Elliott, for some of us this shit is real, not just some comedy script.

This isn't a game, these are peoples lives whether they are staffers at City Hall or constituents.

I won't even discuss your criminal record but it is safe to say your 15 minutes are almost up.

September 12, 2006 12:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

To "tired, dirty tricks playing, staffer:

Zuma Dogg must be getting underneath your finger nails. One can tell the merit of information when the dirt flies. Don't back down DOGG !!!!

September 12, 2006 1:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:43 has a very valid point that has been made before. When you stand im front of a governmental body and start singing and screaming your valid point gets lost.

You succeed by making the arguments, taking the high road and showing how the council is taking the low one. Not by diving beneath them.

September 12, 2006 1:10 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Fast forward to 2010, friday before the election, and POLLORAIGOSA is leading in one of your balance polls for Gov office. All of a sudden you find a story laying on the desk of Steve Hymon. It details the story of a young lady in the Central Valley who longs to reconnect with her DADDY. Further, Hymon has details on some nightclub incident (Venice Club) What will Editor Clayton do with these juicy tidbits? Six years before, this paper had no problem dropping to the level of the Star, in reporting personal conduct. Can't wait to 2010.

September 12, 2006 1:29 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The only item I understood was
Yea Doggggggg. The rest was jibberish.

September 12, 2006 1:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

AV created illegit daughter in Central Valley?

September 12, 2006 1:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Another Bastard Liberal Lewinsky scandal coming up.

September 12, 2006 1:34 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Pissers want to blame all the Dogg-bashing on council employees, most of which just ignore the fool.

How about, I pay MY taxes, too, and I work HARD in my neighborhood, and I go through channels, and beg for a few minutes of "quality time"... just my share... with the powers that be to deal with concerns, and work WITH my city council people, and it buggs the crap out of me that this brain-dead, dope-addled wannabe wastes so much of the city's time.

(Admit it, nobody talks THAT fast unless they're OFF their meds, or ON some they don't have paperwork for).

You don't have to be a city employee to get tired of the who's up next, song-and-dance of whichever of this week's phony "concerned citizen" gadflies is distracting council, staff, and plain folk with his gibberish, commenting on every other council motion, mugging for the cameras.


September 12, 2006 1:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


(Pirates were the gangbangers of another century).

September 12, 2006 1:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Not "bashing" the little mutt just pointing out that he is playing a part and nothing more.

He thinks this is a game.

September 12, 2006 2:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Maybe the zuma Dogg needs to visit "UNCLE MATTIE" for some fine tuning

September 12, 2006 2:14 PM  

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

Some of you guys have your nuts so tight, you don't get Zuma Dogg.

Years and years of blue haired old ladies or grouches like Leonard Shapiro have not done 1% of what Zuma Dogg has done for public comment. Smelly old gadflies like Howard Watts and wacko homeless mental cases were once the province of the forum.

Zuma Dogg is what he is. He's an artist in a city that is supposed to be about the arts. He's challenging the status quo in this municipally conservative head up its ass city. He draws the interest of the media and, young people. More than young guys like Alex Padilla or Eric Garcetti (who dress and act like 80 year old men) would ever do.

But the most important thing is Zuma has figured it out - this government is corrupt at its heart and soul. Far more corrupt than Tamanay Hall or Richard Daley ever were. But they figured out how to do it (for the most part) legally and way, way under the radar of the public and press.

Zuma Dogg is the first person who represents a real threat to the oligarchy that rules LA. He's shedding sunshine on them faster than Mayor V working a room of contributors. And thanks to the new media, its becoming like a virus, something the Mayor and City Council can't control.

Hence, the fear and loathing on the part of those who benefit and survive on the system. Hence the beginning of Alger-eseque attacks on ZD, bringing up criminal records and all that crap.

The revolution continues. Sadly, it will be bloody before its over, and we anticipate that you will be seeing several electeds bowing out, and some even going to jail.

September 12, 2006 2:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"Years and years of blue haired old ladies or grouches like Leonard Shapiro have not done 1% of what Zuma Dogg has done for public comment."

Your right Mayor Sam... none of these people managed to get public comment time cut in half. But the little mutt's antics did. Wow, what a contribution Zuma Dogg has made.

September 12, 2006 2:38 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:


RE: "For some of us this shit is real, not just some comedy script."

And I guess YOU get to decide that it's real for you , but not for me.

RE: This isn't a game, these are peoples lives whether they are staffers at City Hall or constituents.

I know it isn't a game, that's why I'm figting so hard on these issues...Have you decided I am not a "person's lives." (I guess you don't know why I showed up at City Hall in the first place...but that didn't prevent you from poppin off at the mouth.)

RE: I won't even discuss your criminal record but it is safe to say your 15 minutes are almost up.

I know you won't discuss my criminal record, because I've NEVER been arrested for ANYTHING and have no criminal record of any kind.

Sorry Loser,
Zuma Dogg

September 12, 2006 2:55 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good afternoon Ladies and Gentlemen:

Upon reflection of all the posts upon this blog, I must remark that we are all pirates at heart. Everyone is guilty of something, whether the crime was one that was defined by law or whether it was one of ethics, morals or just sitting idly by while that which is criminal takes place around oneself. Bugger the criminals who keep their mouths as closed as their ears and anuses.

And for the sots who keep squawking like parrots, keep it up. There will indeed most likely be a chorus of jailbirds, perhaps theirs will be a squeek among the squawks, savvy?

Zuma, lad, as long as you haven't intentionally violated someone's consitutional rights then you're still in good form.


September 12, 2006 3:47 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg there are a lot of people who appreciate what you're doing. Obviously the clowncil staffers have been told to dig up dirt and try and portray the uglyniess. They have no brains so they try and trash people who have the balls to question them. Also, for the moron who posted that public comment is down to 1 minute and blames Zuma is WRONG. Garcetti said in council today that it is being taken up by the rules committee to put back to 2 minutes and they had to do it for other reasons. Yup, the shit will start hitting the fan because Zuma has made strong head waves, is getting publicity, and is pointing out all the crap the clowncil has been doing while the rest of the city has been aspleep. Zuma Dogg whatever his antics is getting noticed and the Clowncil doesn't like it. Zuma you have a hell of a lot of support out here so don't let it get you down what these small penis losers are saying. They're being paid to.

September 12, 2006 4:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


September 12, 2006 4:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


"HOTTIE AUDIOGATE" is starting to get "long legs". Daily news and KFI are digging for your role in this brewing scandel. To scribe Baquet, your newsroom/ editorial page hatred of the Kennedy Republican may cause more tarnish to the minute obectivity that remains. Once a newspaper moves away from objective news reporting, it becomes time to call yourself a opinion rag. Suggestions for name? "The Daily Left?" "Pollo's Daily Rant"? "Mayor Pollo's Hotsheet"? "Hacking Times"?

September 12, 2006 4:40 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Glad the imitation of a sorrry imitation of someone who knows something about the city is pissing YOU off, Cap'n Jackshit!

September 12, 2006 4:49 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

WARK THE PLANK, cuz my plank is limp!


September 12, 2006 4:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Angelides Camp Says It Gave Arnold Tape to Times

SACRAMENTO -- The campaign of Democratic gubernatorial candidate and state Treasurer Phil Angelides today said it was the source of audiotapes of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger that were published last week by The Times.

Campaign officials said a researcher obtained the tapes legally from Schwarzenegger's website.

September 12, 2006 4:56 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Angelides Camp Says It Gave Arnold Tape to Times

SACRAMENTO -- The campaign of Democratic gubernatorial candidate and state Treasurer Phil Angelides today said it was the source of audiotapes of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger that were published last week by The Times.

Campaign officials said a researcher obtained the tapes legally from Schwarzenegger's website.

September 12, 2006 4:57 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I'm glad the pirate keeps piping in.

No one understands a word it says, so there's nothing substantive to debate. Makes the gadflies seem smart in comparison.

More "prose" - that's all you knows, Jack!

Don't miss the cheap matinees of the Pirate movie, maybe you can get some new material, too.

September 12, 2006 5:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

4:40 Skelton Examiner

September 12, 2006 5:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The funny part I

Jose Huizar Staffer was scolded.

September 12, 2006 5:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Bloody sot. You don't piss me off, you amuse me. Really, you do. I just wish I could hear you squeek in person. Emma, luv? What do the squeeks sound like? Does the lad in the Mayor's office make squeeks too?

September 12, 2006 5:26 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Squeeks? Little squeeks, big smells?

September 12, 2006 5:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Join Steve Lopez as he wonders the streets of Skid Road in search of elusive DGARZILA Creature, clean needles, and a vacant tent. STEVE WATCH THAT WATER CANNON!!! Ooops, That was falsely reported in the Times.

2. SKELTONS POINTS ON POLITICS: sound the same as the Democratic Talking Points.

September 12, 2006 6:00 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

3. MORRISON ON ANGELINO CULTURE: west side on through a PBS bias

4. RUTTAN ON MEDIA: the danger of the daily Right Wing, Main Stream Media. P.S. Melendez Bros say HI to your wife.

September 12, 2006 6:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:43 asshole

Where did you get the "hot scoop"? Zuma Dogg's own website??

You guys are so stupid.

September 12, 2006 6:10 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

5. MORRISON, LOPEZ, AND ROSENBERG ON BUSH: "he is a coward" Sept. 12,2001

6. T.J. ON SPORTS: The BOMB!!!!

September 12, 2006 6:14 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

7. MICHAEL HILTZIK ON THE BLOG: watch Mike as he ponder the thoughts of the day. Then his "MULTIPLE PERSONALITIES" agree or disagree with his musings. *** NOTE TO READERS *** HULTZIK WAS FOUND TO HAVE CREATED FALSE QUOTES AND REMOVED FROM THE BUSINESS SECTION.

September 12, 2006 6:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

8. TIMES OF THE RIGHT: no chance!!!!

September 12, 2006 6:32 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Editor Baquet,
your rag is in need of someone to get front and center, and explain your role in "HOTTIE AUDIOGATE". once again your reputation as a obective paper is in DEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!!

By not fully disclosing your sources, you have open your fish wrap to charges that you are a active shrill for the Angelides Campaign.
KFI, Sacramento Bee, Daily News are actively digging into whether a law was violated. As I type a former Producer of the John Zeigler Show said that it has been easy to access the Arnold website in question.
Yet, many questions remain pretaining to the Times conduct in this SCANDEL.

September 12, 2006 7:26 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


September 12, 2006 7:44 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Shut up 12:36 and don't tell Zuma Dogg to tone it down. We've got enough toner at City Hall. It's excitement we need.

Mr. Dogg gives it to us.

But only Matt can play it on the guitar.

September 12, 2006 11:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:



September 12, 2006 11:19 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Capitain Jack-off, if you gotta respond everytime the poison parrot sqwauks, it's bothering you.

Psych 101.

You missed it.

September 13, 2006 12:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


ANyone posts that many words on the blog has no life, and no other audience.

Not no has-been, just never-was.

If you can say it in 5-6 sentences, you best not play on a Weblog.

September 13, 2006 12:18 AM  

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