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Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Wednesday Open Thread

"R" is for "rat." Measure R got its misleadingly bland title restored yesterday by the Court of Appeals. Thanks for nothin', fellahs. So much for the excellent ruling by Judge O'Brien.

Cardenas was fined $3500 yesterday by the Ethics Commission for accepting excessive contributions in 2001.

Mayor Sam is apparently very busy, and Teacher has to get to school, so blog away, dum dums.



Anonymous Anonymous said:

Its amazing how much adrenalin you can get when you're really pissed off. That's what people around LA are feeling for the Clowncil members. This ruling is giving us much more incentive to go after their butts.

September 13, 2006 7:48 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Word is Antonio is helping Arnold with the Latino vote. OF all the schools in LA why would Antonio want Arnold on the Eastside? Something to think about!!!!!


Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa won't be able to get on campus during school hours to sign legislation giving him substantial authority over the city's public schools.

On Tuesday, the Los Angeles Unified School District board — which opposed the legislation and is expected to file a lawsuit over it — directed staff to keep the signing ceremony off school grounds during the school week. The mayor and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger had planned to stage the event at Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights.

The Roosevelt principal is very uncomfortable about the safety of kids and protecting the students during an event of this magnitude," said school board President Marlene Canter.

September 13, 2006 8:10 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Shout Out to Zuma.

Daily News
Rick Orlov column

....Most notably, the council was serenaded with a rap song by Zuma Dogg, the homeless gadfly who managed to tie together criticism of the council's absence with illegal immigration and urging people to vote in the upcoming Nov. 7 election.

September 13, 2006 8:19 AM  

Blogger dgarzila said:

Zuma has become a teacher and one to imitate.

I wrote a post on two yahoogroups downtown about how Brady Westwater claims Main Street is clean of crime and I know for a fact it isn't.

Well , yesterday afternoon, the LAPD were enfocing narcotics trade on main street agressively.
Thanks Zuma Dogg fro reminding me how important it is to speak up and not fear.

Thanks buddy.

September 13, 2006 8:34 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Everyone send e-mails to Rocky and tell him thanks for being a hypocrite. Did anyone find out how much taxdollars was spent on the appeal process?

What the judges basically said is if you're sneaky enough to put language its ok.

Daily News...the ballot title need not be the `most accurate,' `most comprehensive,' or `fairest' that a skilled wordsmith might imagine," the judges wrote in their opinion....

..the original ballot language drafted by City Attorney Rocky Delgadillo's office had specifically said that Proposition R would lengthen term limits to three terms, however the council rewrote the language to say the measure would "change council member term limits to three terms." Despite early opposition, Delgadillo's office is now representing the city in court and has argued that the court should defer to the council's choice of language.

September 13, 2006 8:41 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


LAUSD is protecting the youth of boyle Heights from Michael Trujillo aka "MEAT" Thought, maybe POLLORAIGOSA and the KENNEDY REPUBLICAN can use ACADEMIA SEMILLIAS DEL PUEBLO for the signing ceremony. Show the new official dance of LAUSD. Marcos and Minnie can offer sacrifice for the success of AB 1381

September 13, 2006 8:58 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The unfortunate part for NC's is Measure R. Zuma, what happened to the El Sereno problem?

We at ? floor wish it resolved.

September 13, 2006 8:59 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hey "Anonymous 8:41", Rocky is no hypocrite.

He's the city council's lawyer. As such, he had no choice but to defend Measure R in court, regardless of his own personal position on the matter. Take a look at the city charter. And ask Zuma Dogggg. He'll back me up on this.

September 13, 2006 9:22 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Introducing the new "WASTE OF A SPACE AWARD" this title was inspire by Sports Scribe Helene Elliot who was responding to T.J. Simers Page Two column. As with most Times scribes, she gets it wrong.

Todays First "WASTE OF A SPACE AWARD" goes to, Erin Aubry Kaplan. In the spirit of recycling, Scribe Kaplan regurgitates the NEWSROOM TALKING POINTS, feigning indignation over the KENNEDY REPUBLICAN's comments. Note to Scribe Kaplan, where was your outrage over the abuse of children at the Forshay School Political Rally? That is a story that needs follow up. By the way Times, who will be "FROG MARCH" out of the P.R. Firm on Spring Street for their role in "HOTTIE AUDIOGATE"?

September 13, 2006 9:27 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

FROM ZD's INBOX (zd@zumadogg.com):


I'm just discovering you and all the great stuff on MayorSam. I feel like I struck pay dirt!

I, like all of my friends and relatives, are sick to our stomachs over Villagrossa and his Mexican mafia, but we don't know where to turn. You have given us hope that our voices will be heard.

Number One ISSUE is VOTER FRAUD!!! What can we do to eliminate all of the friggin' illegals who are voting, not to mention the unfair districting apportionment? And, as you pointed out, no one checks ID and these bastards just walk in and look at the register and pick a name off the list...and vote!

One of my tenants in a hispanic neighborhood told me that there is a MASSIVE door-to-door voter registration going on in ALL the barrio districts, and they don't ask for ID, AGE, Legal Status...nothing!!!!!!! And they are being paid to canvas the districts!

And....BEWARE OF ABSENTEE BALLOTS...they won't even have to show up at a polling location!

This is a de facto war...and most of the residents of So. Cal. don't even know what's going on! When they wake up...it will be too late!

My solution would be a Villagrossa recall...it only takes 250,000 signatures on the petition. Hal Netkin (LA Watchdog) has started one, but I don't know how many signatures he has.

We have so much sh*it on Villagrossa...we could bring him down with a feather!

Just my 2 cents!

Thanks for all you are doing, ZD!

Don't go soft on these guys!

[Very excellent 2 cents! Will post as a full story, soon. ZD]

September 13, 2006 10:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wham, bam, thank you lady justice.

My fellow NC boardmembers, (especially the amateur loudmouths pretending they "rep" someone at home), were just foisted into their own spitoon of legal mumbo jumbo.

Back on the ballot was the jab, this is the right cross.

Down for the count, and since these screamers can't count past two (the highest percentage of votes any of them have in thei neighborhoods) its over -- unless some sugardaddy (not the out-of-town term-limits cultists), piles on some big bucks, the wannabe NC members will just have to go back to their barely-elected NC boards and say, "hey, how about we address some LOCAL concerns for a change."

NAHHHHHH, let's face it, the "I'm-next-in-line" to run for city council NC rock-throwers won't even bother showing up for work in the community if they don't think it's a stepping stone to a downtown office and a six-figure salary.

Word to the wise, in NCs all around the city, STOP ELECTING low-achieving attorneys who are tired of (or BAD at) chasing ambulances as your board members... they're just doing an "Antonio" and looking for the next gig.

September 13, 2006 10:20 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

AH, ZD, with all the other shit you post here, you gotta start forwarding the paranoid racist slander, as well?

Hit the delete key, do a good deed for once.

September 13, 2006 10:23 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

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

Have you ever noticed that the mooring lines of ships in the harbor have discs on them. It’s to keep the rats from crawling up the lines and into the ship, savvy? There appears to be an absence of discs in City Hall, as the rats are all about the place.

Dgarzila, excellent job of priming the canons and preparing them for firing. The sots will provide us with excellent ammunition to use when the time comes, so all we have to do is gather it in. First rate job, my friend. I trust Zuma Dogg will use his fine nose to uncover it. We’ll know its good ammunition if the sots in City Hall have a tizzy.

By the by, I had a chance to visit City Hall this morning with two of my crew and saw first hand who several of the sots are. Actually caught one at the desk reading posts on Mayor Sam. Bugger the sot. There were pirates standing right behind ‘em and they didn’t know it.

Oh, and I see that the NC leader who rules by mandate is about to be outed on this board too. Bugger the mandated leader. No more rum for them!


September 13, 2006 10:42 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Sad, sad day for our "DEAR LEADER" Polloraigosa. All he wanted was to return to his old school and bask in the glory of the signing of AB 1381. Yet, those "MEAN BULLIES" at the Board of Education will not allow for the photo opp. with the "KENNEDY REPUBLICAN". "Their actions speak for itself" said Gabriel sanchez, a spokeman for Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez, feeling the pain of our "DEAR LEADER". Scribe Blume give Pollo no love by their minute story at the bottom of B-4. POLLORAIGOSA, we feel your pain, the chance to relive Those thuggish young days has been denied you.

But more important, the students of Roosevelt, are safe from the political theatrics of Michael Trujillo. please remind "MIKIE" that his false statement to LAUSD and that matter of endangering the health of children at Foeshay, is the reason you are being denied the chance to chant "YES WE CAN" at your old school.

September 13, 2006 10:44 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Cap'n Jackoff.... no need for disks on the "ship" called City Hall, when there are major DICKS like you roaming th halls (or pretending to, and making up stories about who's what and posting when).

As always, equal parts gibberish prose and bad allusions. No doubt you're a former DWP PR consultant, bored and looking for new clients.

(Nice try on the "outed" but your equally anonymous poker face leaves much to be desired.)

Every third time I post, someone gives me a new "name" of ID, all laughable, and mostly unknown to me.

How about less "plank" walking, and a little more REAL inside information. The fake know-something's on this blog over the last two years, outnumber those who actually have a clue by 99 to 1 (the same ratio of people who DON'T follow the loudmouth NC non-Prop-R's as opposed to those who know NC's exist -- 99 to 1. And, like pirate fantasies, wannabe City Councilmembers belong at the kiddie tables with birthday cake icing dibbling from their chins.

September 13, 2006 11:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

How sad is that for the 80+ neighborhood councils if someone can figure out from blogs which one (only one?) actually has a mandate and a growing consensus of their stakeholder's constituency.

Make the head of THAT council the Review Commission executive director, if only one NC has figured this out.

September 13, 2006 11:22 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Pirate guy, while you're outing the supposed NC leader who's been outing the other's lack of representation, can you also list the


in CD14 from Antonio's campaign last year.

Been waiting for quite a while to see the list, and Mayor Sam's blog verified that they existed and PROMISED to post them during the last mayoral election.

September 13, 2006 11:27 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Judging from a few of the council board members I've met, they might enjoy a good buggering.

(not that there's anything WRONG with that)

September 13, 2006 11:29 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Say what you want about NC's but the bottom line is they are organizing together really strong across the city. I haven't seen this type of grass roots movement in this city. Post all the negative crap you want that only goes to show the Clowncil is still running scared. Of all the people I talk to all over NOT ONE OF THEM SUPPORTS PROP R. You go to community meetings and no one is supporting Prop R.

I want to see which school gives the OK to Antonio and his buddy Arnold to have a photo op with the kids.

September 13, 2006 11:30 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It takes a clown to know a clown. It takes a dick to know a dick. What is sad is that in this case the two are the same. You should have called them pussys. Keep up the good work, Captain Jack. The fact that the Clowncil gets upset when you post means you must be hitting a little to close to home!

September 13, 2006 11:32 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Until someone other that a Johnny Deppshit wannabe with "bad boy" fantasies can actually offer some evidence that it's City Council (Or Clowncil, either one) ragging on the blog, then you REALLY have no way to say that anyone south of Temple or North of 2nd street is who's getting "upset".

(Judging from lastest legal actions, no one on City Council has any reason to get upset with the "frillies" here). They won in court, TWICE, and yes, yadda, yadda, "court of public opinion" is all that matters.

(Remember that's the "court" that the screaming NC nancies keep trying to keep it out of... because they KNOW that have no following there.)

The NC seven or so already WROTE the winning campaign for Prop R, like this: "Neighborhood Councils didn't want YOU to decide for yourself on this vital piece of legislative."

They believe, not "one man, one vote", but I NC public comment nixes THOUSANDS of votes at home. To hell with REAL public opinion, we few will MAKE our own.

Let the "outing" begin, doofus.

Put up or shutup.

Damn amatuer.

(I thought I told you posting "attaboys" to yourself as an anon was chickenshit, even for fake pirates). Gotta just a much proof of that as you do that council staff is on the blog.

September 13, 2006 11:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Clowncil members are the only group in the entire city who have a meeting and no one is sitting in their chairs on time. Then when the meeting starts they leave and walk around. No other meeting in this city is as disrespectful and rude. They are a bunch of arrogant morons who have embarrassed LA. Every newspaper has stated PROP R is a deceiving ballot rushed through for their own selfish agendas. Why anyone would support them is astounding! I agree with poster no one is talking about supporting Prop R.

September 13, 2006 11:43 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Word is our blog "pirate" is failed DONE-GM Greg Nelson; one of his relatives (a son, nephew?) worked on the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, and now he's fixated on it.

Look it up, crew member named (also) "Greg" Nelson.

Finally able to get all his aggressions out after being constipated at all those BONC meetings.

September 13, 2006 11:45 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:43, you dumb motherfucker, the NCs weren't the ones who sued to take it offthe ballot, they sued to make the balot title clear. You're too stupid to even know what the hell you're talking about, why would you think we'd give a shit about your opinion.

September 13, 2006 12:45 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I hate to stick it to all of you, but no one who really works in politics, or community organizing seems to read this bog, much less post here. I asked one of the people you so strenuously attack as anonymously posting congrats to himself and he never even heard of Mayor Sam.

September 13, 2006 12:46 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wow!! someone really got to 11:45 & 11:6pm. WE all know the clowncil reads this blog and so do a lot of people in the know. Accept it, stop being in denial. You obviously read and post your venom. Looks like you're losing control and its getting to you.

September 13, 2006 12:56 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:


Regarding you comment, "With all the other shit you post here, you gotta start forwarding the paranoid racist slander, as well?"

I know that post was contraversial. Since you say, "With all the other stuff you post here", I think you are saying, "I'm covering a lot of other important/non-racial issues."

So since you gave me that, I WILL stick to those kinda things -- especially since EVERYONE else talks about the immigration issues -- so, hopefully, I bring attention to the things you don't see or hear elsewhere:

However, this DOES relate to stealing elections -- which I am concerned as HECK about. AND, for all the "other sh*t" I post here, I hope it shows, this was only ONE post, out of hundreds -- because I DO get a lot of this kinda feedback, but I let other people handle it, cause there are plenty out there doing so. But, I did want to show this argument/voice that a lot of people express, as it relates to fixing/stealing the elections.

I kinda feel bad about the name-calling nature of the post...I DO NOT have the ability to remove comments. But, don't worry, I'm not gonna be going down that path here in the future - and I'll be more aware of editing out the more personal attack portions of the posts, as I HAVE been doing.


September 13, 2006 1:01 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

One more thing...At least I posted it under my identifiable (if not real) name, "Zuma Dogg."

I thought of posting it anonymously, but I posted it under my name, so people can see the kinds of emails I am receiving/didn't wanna hide behind anonymity.


September 13, 2006 1:04 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You know why Antonio wanted to hold the signing at Roosevelt? Not only did he drop out of this school and then was stereotypically helped by the benevolent white guy, this is the site of his first and only business venture. He wants to bring Arnold - that pro business Republican - to his old stomping gorunds where Tony Villar had an excellent business as the local drug pusher. Weed, reds, whites - you name it, Tony could get it for you. Just wanting to prove to those Republicans that he too can run a business. He may not be able to sign the front of a business check, but he sure could role up those bills in a wad. Just ask around in his old neighborhood, they know the truth.

September 13, 2006 1:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma Dogg is about as dumb as "Flavor Flaaaaav". Say it with me "Zuma Dooooooooooogg"

Just a buster.

September 13, 2006 1:48 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

To 9:22:

Rocky may be the City Council's lawyer regarding Proposition R, but who decided the hire the high-priced outside attorney, and who decided to spend more money appealing the case because the City Council was on vacation all that time?

September 13, 2006 2:01 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:19 - You're a wanker. I pushed your buttons and you gave into it.

11:49 - No. Guess again. Lisa Sarno? Richard Alatorre? Mike Hernandez? Joan Milke-Flores?

September 13, 2006 2:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:30 a.m. said I haven't seen this type of grass roots movement in this city.

Exactly, and you still haven't, but wank away. . .

"I don't know HOW Nixon won, I don't know ANYONE who voted for him"

-- attributed to New Yorker magazine film critic Pauline Kael, 1972.

You NC 1-percenters just GOT to get out of the Bored Room once in awhile and talk to the "commoners" you drive by in your Lexi on the way to meetings.

Your councilmember, clown or not, interacts with more voters in a day, than any of the NC 1-percenters do in a month. S/he has staff members than deal with more contituents daily than most NCs have mustered for an annual election. They wouldn't take a flyer on something than anything more than a few dozen NC wannabes would scream about.

PLEASE, don't take your own pulse and tell me everyone in the room is healthy, Dr. Killed-Done.

September 13, 2006 3:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Hey ARchie where have you been? Nice to hear from you. Yup, Rocky is going to get the brunt of the appeals. He was against Prop R from the get go then has to defend it. Hard place to be in but he's getting royally blasted all over town. Doubt if Prop R will pass with all the people pissed off citywide. The newspapers are thankfully printing the truth about how this measure was thrown on the ballot.

One of you morons who supports it answer this one little question. WHY DIDN'T THE CLOWNCIL ALLOW THE NC'S TO HAVE A SAY? What were they afraid of?

September 13, 2006 3:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Please, do continue to marginalize yourself, Dogg-breath.

Do you know just how many of these "well, their MEXICANS, you know" it takes before even the kinder city officials won't speak to, or of you, in public?

One, maybe two more at best.

Keep posting. We'll be rid of you very soon.

(But, that's because so many of them are HOT-blooded). Whatcha expect?

Every post can, and will be taken out of context and hung around your neck like the albatross you are to city Council meetings, and you won't get half a chance to explain it.

You'll just be Hal Netkin, JR., Dogg-ona non grata

September 13, 2006 3:09 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Answer this better question, first, 3:06


They're supposed to be CLOSER to the ground level, CHANNELS for the vote of the people, and (some, anyway), immediately wanted to cork the channel.

Because their think they're SMARTER than their stakeholders (yes, they do), because they KNOW theire stakeholders aren't ON BOARD with the NCs yet.

It's not a representative democracy when the NCs hide from their stakeholders, and try to avoid getting booted out by just not doing a outreach. Until the NCs represent something like even a large minority (that ain't 1 percent) of the people, they don't get to speak FOR them.

September 13, 2006 3:13 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


No, what?

No, not Nelson? No, not related. No, not fixated?

SQWAK, be careful what the parrot hears!

September 13, 2006 3:15 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

You know who LOOKS like a pirate was that right-hand man of Greg Nelson's with the white hair and the overpriced suits.

What WAS his name; built like a 1950 TV wrestler.

September 13, 2006 4:08 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


When you go there the normal folks who are unbiased read today's LA Times story about the School Board as being vindictive.

But of course the folks on this blog who have 10 minutes until their next pill is due to be popped in their mouth may have another opinion.

September 13, 2006 4:27 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


"'The Roosevelt principal is very uncomfortable about the safety of kids and protecting the students during an event of this magnitude,' said school board President Marlene Canter."

Well, someone's going to be first in line when the mayor gets his new powers... (fired!)

"Those involved called the bill signing a legitimate state function and accused the school board of injecting politics into a nonpartisan ceremony."

"'Their action speaks for itself,' said Gabriel Sanchez, a spokesman for Assembly Speaker Fabian Nuñez (D-Los Angeles), the legislation's co-sponsor. 'You can draw your own conclusions.'"

Hey, Gabe! Where've you been?

September 13, 2006 4:36 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

4:27 PM

I guess those pills you reference cause one to deny that children were wrongly USED at Forshay.

September 13, 2006 4:57 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

I heard Fabio Nunez, State Assemlymember, and castmember of Mayor V's "muppets allies" i trying to have the "Public Access" channels REMOVED from you local cable outlets like Time Warner.

"Without the local Public Access channels, there would then be ZERO reason to have cable, as opposed to superior 'satellite', regarding programming", said Public Advocate Zuma Dogg on his Mayor Sam's Blog posting.

And of course all the other political shadiness he is stirring up as a Mayor V. muppet. (This guy Nunez is DANGEROUS to the political process and the People of not only Los Angeles, but the entire State, itself.)

If you have other good reasons why Nunez is BAD FOR CALIFORNIA, please email them to me at: zuma@zumadogg.com.

And please remember, from now till the end of time...when you see the name "Fabio Nunez" on a ballot...vote for the other person!

Zuma Dogg
Public Advocate of The Community

September 13, 2006 5:06 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

To the person saying, "keep posting dogg/continue to marginalize myself".

You may think it hurts me to speak out against Mayor V./Numnez because they are hispanic. Is that your point/some people's point?

If you listened to your own constituents you would know the people who elected them into office, who they are supposed to be representing are outraged that city money for the community itself is constantly being diverted away from those it is allocated to help.

Don't worry though, Wendy Greuel, Jack Weiss and Bill Rosendahl have been addressed by me this week, as well, and they are not hispanic.

I know you are fighting to protect the public perception of shady, corrupt politicians, but, I hate to break it to you, just because someone is of a certain cultural background, doesn't mean they are represent the best interests of "their people" -- and it doesn't mean they are not as shady and corrupt as every other shady and corrupt politician, of there are are too many of ALL cultural backgrounds. It's a POLITICIAN problem, not a CULTURAL BACKGROUND problem. So when I am attacking a politician, in this case, it's because allocated money isn't naking it to the communities it is intended for. But go watch Billy Madison for that scene with the guy from "West Wing" where he loses the "Ethics Challenge" against Zuma Dogg, I mean Sandler.

But some of that money is probably going to you, which is why you are so bummed out at me. Sorry...


September 13, 2006 5:59 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

NAH, doofus, read your OWN damn POSTS... when you re-print something here sent to you in e-mail that refers to the mayor and his supporters as the "MEXICAN MAFIA," and such you've lost all reason . . . and you're looking to be snubbed by reasonable people, everywhere.

Is there no ON switch where the brain kicks in and says, OH, lets "extract" the pertinent point and remove the racism, before posting it.

You know, you don't HAVE to print ENTIRE messages, hate speech and all.

"UH gee, I was just trying to point our that Nazi's had some good ideas about urban transportation issues, but in the same message, it said KILL THE JEWS, GYPSIES AND HOMOSEXUALS."

But, what's the resident "speed bump" in City COuncil to do?

September 13, 2006 6:20 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

SQkawkkkk, "put up or shut up, Depp-utante"

You prrrrrromised an "outing" on the blog.

Time to "bugger" the city staffers posting here, you say.

("Skquawwwwk, Cap'n Jackoff has delusions of significance")

September 13, 2006 6:25 PM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:


I already addressed it above. I did type and cut and paste alot of content today, and i said, i cannot remove it myself, but let me see if mayor sam can, and i agree with you (as i said above) i wish I edited out some of the personal stuff as I have in the past (as evident as you haven't seen me make those kind of comments before.)

But we all know you are on assignment to spin me, so don't let the true spirit of my intentions, and regret that I didn't edit the comment more, as I usually do get in the way.

yeah, yeah...my -- every -- word -- monitored -- and scrutinized -- and strategized -- by -- the -- jealous -- ineffective -- losers.

September 13, 2006 6:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


Evening Edition

Burrow deep, trying to hide? Bury story on B-8or9. your sorry attempt to slay the KENNEDY REPUBLICAN is on life supports.
Dispite the "WASTE THE SPACE" efforts of "HOT FLASHES" Kaplan, "SEMINAR ARNY HATING LETTER WRITERS", and the absence of coverage on the "PEOPLE'S BLOG", the Scheme to terminate the KENNEDY REPUBLICAN has fail.
In the back offices of the P.R. firm on Spring Street a lesson in obective journalism needs to be commenced.

To Editors Baquet, Clayton, and Martinez, your attempt to triangulate a scandel has only open the old wound of LIBERAL BIAS. You scribes love to self-inflict wounds to your strinking curculation base.

A trivia question to all readers, name the local base, CONSERVATIVE WRITER at the TIMES. Winner shall receive free pass to the "FESTIVAL of LIBERAL BOOKS or free issue of the L.A.Weekly(Best Reporting on L.A. Politics)

Scribes, in closing, their are 40% or more who think and vote to the right in this city. just maybe you can use a quota system in your reporting to our base.

P.S. BRING BACK MICHAEL RAMIREZ!!! love to see his cartoon of our "DEAR LEADER"

September 13, 2006 7:02 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


The "LA ANTONIA TIMES" can provide the fish wrap to make pirate hats for your crew. One must not forget to bombard the P.R. firm on Spring Street. This is a haven of narrcisive scribes of "MEISM". Weneed to reclaim the Broadway Fort of Journalism Integrity in this city (HERALD EXAMINER).

September 13, 2006 7:30 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Don, its time for your meds.

September 13, 2006 10:06 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Good evening ladies and gentlemen:

I delivered on my promise. For those of you who complain about my prose, methink's you didn't read all of it or anyone else's posted message fully. It was in there, like buried treasure. (Rolling of eyes) I s'ppose that for some of you sots you must be hand-led to the water, yet I have seen you swill the Kool-aid like it was PR rum.

If you MUST have a name, then go ask the one who is a FONCINO. Clever sots, figure THAT out!

September 13, 2006 11:03 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yo ho ho and a bottle of a rum! (Removes hat and gives you the bird)

Aye, maties! You seems to not get the point (not me sword point)( that power, like gold, corrupts a man's soul. Measure R is an attempt to get more power. Two terms at the helm is enough- any seadog can tell you that. A third term invites corruption. Vote NO on Measure R!

September 13, 2006 11:10 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Jackoff? Is that you? I thought you were press ganged to the Russian Navy. But here you are and still as hot as a trollop in the Clowncil's chambers! (Removes hat with big grin) And thanks for the bird, twill make a fine supper dish!

You're right, you old codger. Two terms at the helm is all a man needs. Any more will cause a mutiny, savvy? Only a sot would vote YES on Measure R. Vote NO on Measure R or walk the plank!

Say Jackoff, how is Yelena? I heard she changed her name to Gloria became a politician. True?

September 13, 2006 11:34 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

11:03 p.m.

Methinks (NO, meknows) the pirate is incomprehensible (and wrong).

Maybe this is why the sub-1 percenters that preen as NC leaders can't get people involved at home. If their communication skills suck the big one!

Put up, or shut up, bad-prose- for-brain.

In plain English . . . he who "hints" don't know shite!

September 14, 2006 6:32 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

ZD at 6:30

I don't get a damn dime for making you look bad, in fact it takes times away from my job in the private sector, but it's a token of my love (for the City of L.A.)

You however, appear to get an (additional?) buzz from making yourself look totally brain-dead ("GEE, I wish I'd have THOUGHT to edit out all that RACIST stuff, first . . . DUH!")

But the kicker is the follow-on explanation. . . "You should see all the horrible crap I edit out from e-mails sent to me before posting them, usually"

What DOES that say of the ZUMA BEE-otch fan club and pen pals? Mostly rabid racists and ever-faithful alums of the 51-50 club.

Yes, that's it! In a NUT-of-of-its-shell! Bada Bing!

September 14, 2006 6:38 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Citywide Alliance Offering Prop R Debate. From Alliance Website Agenda. We will be joined by Council President Eric Garcetti
and Councilwoman Janice Hahn for a discussion on Prop R, the Term Limits Initiative. Jason Lyon will present the opposition. Also,Invited Response by Lisa Sarno, Interim GM of the DONE.
Keynote Speaker: Gail Goldberg, LA Planning Director.
September 16 at 9:30 a.m.
LA City College Faculty Center
More info: www.allncs.org

September 14, 2006 10:12 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

NC Congress Hosts General Assembly Saturday:
Garcetti Featured on Why NCs were Bypassed
Open invitation: The main reason Neighborhood Councils are upset about
the proposed billion dollar affordable housing bond issue is that while
numerous powerful interests were invited to draft and vet the proposal,
the only group the City Charter mandates the city consult with –
Neighborhood Councils - was completely ignored.
To deal with this issue, City Council President Eric Garcetti has agreed
to come to the LA NC Congress’ first ever General Assembly. He will
discuss with NCs how to make certain NC's will be included in future
bond issues and how they can be involved with this bond issue should
it pass.
After the General Assembly, there will be breakout sessions of the first
committees being organized by LANCC – Arts and Culture, Planning and Land
Use and Transportation.
--Brady Westwater, Chairman
LA NC Congress
Saturday, September 16 (1:30 p.m.)
LA City Hall in Hollywood
6501 Fountain (Two blocks West of Vine)
Council President Eric Garcetti featured (beginning at 2 p.m.)
LANCC delegates will host. All NC members and public invited.

September 14, 2006 10:13 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Assholes who are supporting Measure R are posting WRONG INFO ON BIG RALLY AND NC MEETING ON SATURDAY.

The Citywide Alliance of Neighborhood Councils will be holding the Neighborhood Council Forum in the Faculty Center at Los Angeles City College (on Vermont Ave., 1 Block north of Melrose in East Hollywood) on Saturday, September 16th from 9:30 am to 1:00 pm.

As of now, Measure R (Term Limits and Ethics) will be on the November ballot.

We will have City Council President Eric Garcetti, Councilwoman Janice Hahn, and Jason Lyon from the Silver Lake NC on hand Saturday to present their views on Measure R and other matters.

everyone go to voice your opposition to Measure R. Tell the clowncil they deceived the public.

September 14, 2006 7:52 PM  

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