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Thursday, April 03, 2008

Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Thursday

It may have taken the parents of an innocent young man killed by gang members joining with Walter Moore; but after weeks of denying it, Mayor Villaraigosa and Chief Bratton have admitted that race may play the part in the recent rise in killings. Earlier Wednesday, Mayoral candidate Walter Moore joined with the parents of murder victim Jamiel Shaw in calling for laws that would deport criminal alien gang members and allow police to question criminals who are illegal aliens about their immigration status. Could the end of Special Order 40 be coming soon?

Westchester Parents points out that its not that the DWP rates that are responsible for the DWP's aging infrastructure (which General Manager H. David Nahai shamelessly used as a reason to raise rates) but the fact that the City regularly siphons funds off the DWP.

Thursday Laura Chick will release her audit of construction on LAPD's new headquarters which is severly over budget and behind schedule (that's putting it mildly).

Not only is the City raising water and power rates, they're jacking up the price kids have to pay to go to the LA Zoo.

If you were planning to go to the Council Meeting on Friday or watch it on TV 35, don't bother. It's been cancelled.

The City wants more parking meter money so their promise of free parking to hybrid vehicle drivers may be coming to an end.

Here in Van Nuys posts up a photo of Van Nuys in 1945 thinking the place looked a lot better back then compared to now. On the other hand readers pointed out that they would prefer not to go back to those days of folks beating up Blacks or gays.

And finally if you enjoyed Britney Spears portrayal of a crazed doctor's office receptionist on last week's episode of How I Met Your Mother, don't get used to it. The show's producers have no plans to bring her back.

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Anonymous Anonymous said:

Stop spinning Michael Higby. Bratton and Villaraigosa admitted this a week ago, long before Walter made his announcement. There was pressure from the press and if you knew that you're corrupt for lying about it and if you didn't know you're just plain incompetent.

April 02, 2008 11:31 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

And your time clock is off. It's not April 3 yet.

April 02, 2008 11:33 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

That's Mayor Sam alright. Taking credit for the sun rising in the east.

April 02, 2008 11:38 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


April 02, 2008 11:39 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

When you've got even bleeding heart libs like Celeste Fremon blogging in Witness L A that the worst illegals like that Maria Leon gangbanger mom of 13 (from five gangbanger men) in Glassell Park, should have been deported before she committed dozens more crimes like assault with a deadly weapon and dealing drugs using her whole family -- there's movement.

Too slowly, but movement.

April 02, 2008 11:42 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Yeah 11:42, even the lib press beat MAV and Bratton. But they also were ahead of Mayor Sam's poster child Walter Moore. Slow, but faster than Wacko.

April 02, 2008 11:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

COLUMNA UNO, The first ever All Spanish article right in the heart of the English-language local/California section of the L A Times today~ Holy Cow -- if that doesn't suck. And it's a La Raza thing, about how they want to register where they were born which means what, exactly? Definitely their sense that "borders are artificial" crap, let's just go ahead and declare us the United States of MExico already.

April 02, 2008 11:51 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Michael Higby has his blog. He can walk around with his head up his ass and leave it there because he has this blog with pictures of fake grafitti on the highway made in photoshop by a guy who farts and represents himself as a goat.

Michael Higby can pretend to himself he's a real reporter, a joke by anyone else's standards because Michael Higby has exhibited enough favoritism and venom over the years to get the lowliest reporter at the worst city rag fired at once.

Mayor Sam, that story about the racism by Hispanic gangs against African Americans was reported by an African American on ABC news weeks ago, to name just one outlet. The reporter and the station put enough miserable pressure on the Mayor and Bratton that they caved in. It was picked up elsewhere and that didn't help Frick and Frack either. Take your story about Walter Moore and shove it up your...

But of course Michael Higby doesn't have to do nothin and nothin won't happen. He has his blog.

April 03, 2008 12:28 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The latest COLUMNO UNO in Spanish is about an "inmigrante ilegal" who rummages through recyclables to get by. (She could just go home and let Mexico take care of her and her kids, we don't need this level of immigrant here, sorry.)

Is this the new slant of the L A Times, Zell's new idea on how to get readership? Bleeding heart stories about illegal Mexicans?

They'll turn Tijuana Huizar, Tijuana in the Valley Alarcon, and above all Tijuana in the Hills Reyes, into patron saints. Deport Zell back to Chicago or Mexico!

April 03, 2008 12:44 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam doesn't research his posts that good. It maybe worked four years ago when no one could tell and few could use the depth of information on the web to prove him wrong. But it's easy to pick off now. He's as off as his time clock.

April 03, 2008 12:46 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

A Michigan Senator's husband got busted for using a hooker. The lowrent version: paid her $150 bucks for a 15-minute blow job. Now, that's just sad. Sure, he's a liberal, and he's fat. If you see the wife, though, you almost can't blame him. Wonder if this will affect her career, and if he'll stand next to her in pious contrition begging forgiveness. Or does she dump him?

April 03, 2008 12:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why do we send money to Mexico?

April 03, 2008 12:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

12:47, ask Hillary.

April 03, 2008 12:48 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I meant ask Hillary about the hooker, but you can ask her both!

April 03, 2008 12:49 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Why is Zuma Dogg back fighting with the posters? It seemed that he had stopped.

April 03, 2008 12:59 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam,
Clean your clock.

April 03, 2008 1:13 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam "owns" this and is not a publicly owned enterprise.

If we wants to write about Britney or Jack Hoff farts, that is his perogative and decision.

I guess some people are glutten for pain, if you hate this blog just ignore the damn thing. I hate TMZ celebrity blog and therfore don't even bother reading it.

And Zuma quit being such an attention whore, you say Mayor Sam's blog is dying and that your blog has so many hits, what the hell are you doing over here. If you want to read your blog we already know where to go.

April 03, 2008 1:58 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Moron at 1:58
Mayor Sam can "own" this but as long as he wants to pretend it's "news" he gets ZERO license to lie.

April 03, 2008 2:46 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma is everything Mayor Sam wishes he was. Eventually his blog will overtake this.

April 03, 2008 2:53 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma is an attention whore, who is still here searching for his much needed attention. If Zuma's blog is so great and has so many "hits", why does he have to come here and grovel?

I say fuck Zuma and his whining ways, he thinks that only one person can think he is an attention whore and clown, he sounds like Don Quackers who thinks "anony-mousa" is the only one opposed to illegal aliens.

Both Zuma and Don Quackers are lonely fools in search of some redemption and attention on the internet. Most people just post anonymously, because we don't need to draw attention to ourselves, we just want to a make a point.

Every mayor Sam reader should go to Zuma Mutt's blog and put links to this (Mayor Sam's) blog, just like the attention whore does on this blog.

April 03, 2008 4:06 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

This is why the Mayor has got to go !


Two shootings unnerve L.A.

Organizers of an anti-gang march in South Robertson fear that the attacks that followed were tied to the rally.

They had hoped to reclaim their neighborhood from violence. Scores of marchers walked through a section of the South Robertson area of Los Angeles with banners calling for an end to gangs and guns and urging other locals to join the fight against crime.

But just days later, residents of the Westside community have been shaken by fresh bloodshed in two separate shootings that left a 37-year-old resident dead and a transient wounded.

But organizers of the event expressed concern that the shootings were related to the rally and complained that the area had been plagued by gang-related crime.

They said residents of the La Cienega Heights neighborhood, where the march took place, reported gang members taking posters left over from the event and scrawling anti-police messages on them. Then they shouted anti-police slogans to mock the earlier marchers.

"They were harassing the neighborhood," said Baila Romm, a member of the local community police advisory board that helped organize the rally and who lives nearby. "People are frightened because people are getting shot and killed. But [residents] don't want us out of there. They want our support."

April 03, 2008 4:47 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma please go away.

April 03, 2008 6:07 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The Mayor is out of town AGAIN. Mayor Sam you must be hitting some nerves cause the losers are posting heavy. Dumb ass LA Slimes, no wonder their numbers are sliding. Write letters and tell them this is AMERICA. Let LA Opinion write that shit in spanish. We read and speak ENGLISH.

.....Villaraigosa said he has secured commitments from legislative leaders to oppose a preliminary recommendation by the Public Utilities Commission that he believes would hurt customers of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the nation's largest municipal utility.

The mayor said the PUC's proposal to implement a provision of AB 32, the state initiative to reduce greenhouse gases, could allow private electric companies and their customers to benefit from money collected by the DWP from city customers.


April 03, 2008 6:15 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Good news! I'm back. Stop being such a crybaby. You are provoking me. And yeah, you should go to my site and put links to mayor sam. but you don't have to, I already link to his blog on my website and blog. And if you think this blog provides me some kind of attention, you are pretty sad, if you think THIS is attention.

I guarantee you when people stop me on the street...I don't think anyone has EVER said, "Hey I read your blog."

If you want attention, I would go on TV (start your own public access show), and go on the radio. But first you have to be compelling and have something to say. (So in your case, just forget it.)

Yeah, I llke attention, and I am basically recognized every second throughout the day when I walk the streets of L.A. and everyone tells me how much they love my show, and how much happiness it has brought them...but usually the mayor sam blog doesn't come up.

Like when Courtney Cox told me Jennifer Aniston was sorry she couldn't meet me, but says, "Hello", there wasn't a whole lot of talk about the mayor sam blog.

And when Adam Sandler wore a Zuma Dogg shirt in his Xmas message to Iraqui troops, he didn't ask what mayor sam's web url was?

When Emilio Estevez told me that he was talking to Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson about my show (and that they are "totally addicted", don't remember them saying they read Jack Hoff's cartoons.

Don't think my blogging on mayor sam had anything to do with this newspaper quote:

"Zuma Dogg is the only American comedian today wearing the comedy-genius mantle once borne by Lenny Bruce, Allen Funt and Andy Kaufman."

- Michael Heaton/Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Don't make too much of a big deal about "attention" when it comes to mayor sam. The comment section of this blog ain't attention to someone like me.

April 03, 2008 7:48 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Oh no...I forgot about my myspace comments...those are just some emails. Be right back!

April 03, 2008 7:55 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

See I could just do this stuff all day, just like you do!

April 03, 2008 7:56 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I wonder if the police who have gun battles with mexican gang members think about Special Order 40. There were two officer involved shooting in two days.

Glendale cops had gun battle with mexican gang member from N.E. Los Angeles.


LAPD cops had had gun battle with a mexican gang member from Wilmington both low lifes were recently released from prison.


April 03, 2008 7:57 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma if you are so famous and adored why are you here promoting your blog all day and night?

April 03, 2008 7:59 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

And before you know it, you say...Oh no...I guess things weren't that bad before. ZD wasn't really posting that much. I guess he can make comments on this blog, just let every anonymous pussy who posts anonymously because they are cowards who are scared to be associated with their words.


I'LL BE SURE TO MAKE SURE IT HAPPENS...What else you gotta say, bitch.

April 03, 2008 7:59 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma is going bonkers again with all his comments about this blog. Who gives a shit about what celebrities write to Zuma.

Is this blog about L.A. Politics or Zuma promoting himself?

Zuma, you're coming across as one sick puppy in need of therapy and attention.

Or is Zuma trying to sabotage this blog, with his endless ramblings?

April 03, 2008 8:02 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:


April 03, 2008 8:04 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

I am here blogging about issues that I feel are most important that I believe mayor sam readers would like to be aware of. (The kind of stuff people used to get more of here.)

Lot of new stuff. Stuff you will be reading about elsewhere later.

And a HUGE Huizar/Molina issue that Huizar's office is chompin at the bit to read about. (I gave him a preview.)

Tomorrow's blog news today is already posted at LA DAILY BLOG.com


April 03, 2008 8:12 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I think the guys in the White coats will be picking up Zuma Mutt pretty soon.

If Zuma blog is so great and has so many readers, why is the attention whore still here?

April 03, 2008 8:19 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

jethro careful now, you have already been diagnosed with "donquixotephobia" disorder, and your obsessiveness is documented here at Mayor Sams (and many other blogs), along with your multiple personality disorder.
shar pei face
Judge Crater
DB Cooper
White is Right
Mae West
ect ect,
Now get a grip! Your focusing too much on Z Dogg and not on your own problems which are vitriolic and xenophobic to say the least.
Take your menudo enema's as prescribed!

Dr Hugo Winterhalder MD Psychriatry, University of Congo

April 03, 2008 8:21 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

AnonyMouse is really Don Quixote who still can't spell "etc", and has a never ending battle with

shar pei face
Judge Crater
DB Cooper
White is Right
Mae West
ect ect,

And of course has to throw in a mention of menudo.

Don Culo sabes que no estas bienvenido aqui. Ya te boran todos to commentarios, eres un pendejo, y todo aqui y lo saben. Limpa tu culo con un churro y menudo.

April 03, 2008 8:32 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

The two psychos are out of the hospital Zuma Mutt and the Shar-Pei face num-nuts. The only psycho missing is the Jack fart guy.

April 03, 2008 8:37 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Someone just posted the same comment 12 times on my blog LA Daily Blog (Sorry no cartoons)

Luckily it was the quotes from fans calling me brilliant and a genius, so I don't know why they thought I would care. But it was an attempt to clog my blog.

So I decided, maybe I should run for Mayor of Los Angeles, since I need a home and a job, anyway.

Here's my kick-off speech:

Zuma's campaign promises when running for mayor.

Well, if I were running for mayor, I would continue to speak about the exact same things I have been talking about all year. Because since you only have two minutes for comment, or a few minutes on a radio call, you want to try and talk about the most important issues, affecting the most amount of people, Citywide, that needs the most amount of transformation.

Currently, I would start with LAUSD. You can read exactly what I would start with in my campaign speech, because it is actually included here. And my campaign promise regarding LAUSD (since it seems to be in the mayor’s job description these days), is to set-up community meetings throughout the district, and try to attend many myself, and have my staff, and LAUSD Superintendent, board members, principals, teachers and parents there to take feedback from everyone on how to “fix/improve the system”, and update the community on the current state of the system, what is being done, what has happened, and what parents can do to help the school from their end.

Then I would promise to take this feedback and make sure everyone from the tree trimmer to the board president had one goal, and one goal only: Your job is to help bring to the Superintendent’s attention, how he can put people to work to make the changes necessary to “fix the system” from an operational standpoint, to help improve the conditions that will allow teachers to be able to do a better job and remove barriers that prevent students from maximizing their achievement.

And something very important regarding any meaningful attempt at LAUSD school reform: I would request as mayor, that the Inspector General be as active and involved in all school board meetings and committee meetings and be an integral part of the “reform team”, because the Inspector General is the person in charge of investigating, “fraud, waste and abuse”. And if you are trying to pull LAUSD out of its current mess and fix a broken and sinking system…allowing the money to accidentally (or otherwise) fall into the category of “fraud, waste and abuse” only shoots the effort in the foot because it’s tough enough to fight for the dollars we need to get the job done. So if there is potential for billions of these dollars to be wasted (through fraud, or abuse), the Inspector General would be the first person I would like a report from each day, as mayor.

So, Zuma Dogg promises as mayor, one of my top priorities (top 2), will be to make sure as representative of the people of Los Angeles, I will make sure City Hall does everything it can to make sure every dollar given to the kids and the schools, is used with the least amount of “fraud, waste and abuse” as any human system can hope to achieve. (Least amount of preventable waste.) And I would request as much communication from the Inspector General and ask the LAUSD school board to please consider him a valuable tool to help accomplish the goal you are trying to achieve. Because if you are trying to “fix” the problem, it doesn’t help if the businesses you are awarding contracts to, are allowing the public money earmarked for school construction and improvements , where inappropriate amounts of money
ends up going to corporation managers and their cronies through front-end loaded (padded) management deals.

As a society, we will not have the workers and productive members we need to move forward until we fix our city’s education system. By fixing the school system, you help increase student achievement, raise the graduation rates and provide a larger pool of qualified and productive job candidates. This is the best way, and I think only way to effectively reduce street crime and make the communities a safer, more livable place. Less money wasted on the problems associated with the crime associated to kids we lose to the streets because systematic bureaucracy and politicians have allowed the system to stay broken for too long, and now it has failed us. And there can be no optimistic view of the future until we overhaul the school system, and take it out of a 50’s industrial era operating framework and make the necessary transformation to accommodate students and parents in today’s specialized, fragmented electronic era.

A vote for Zuma Dogg, for Mayor of Los Angeles, means you will be sending a mayor into City Hall who will make sure there is a more efficient process in the way the city plans it’s growth and plans it’s projects. As mayor, I would break down barriers between all departments and have agencies and committee members and planners be a part of the entire process from start to finish.

I’ve sat through too many city meetings where reports weren’t there, information wasn’t ready, the meeting had to be canceled, or the project had to be sent back entirely: Not because each individual wasn’t trying to do their best job. But because each department was working “independently” of each other, instead of working “interdependently” at all stages of planning and implementation.

The challenge we face as a city requires the most focused, efficient effort we can strive to achieve. I can promise you, as mayor, Zuma Dogg will be able to walk in the door, the first day, and the first thing I will have to do, and will be the easiest part of my job, as mayor, is to cut back the waste and inefficiency that needlessly and foolishly squanders billions of dollars of public money, that could be going to provide services Citywide that would improve the quality of all of our lives.

And the next issue I would address is the City of Los Angeles’ Housing policy. That, along with LAUSD, have been the two issues that I have spent the most time addressing publicly in media this past year. As mayor, I promise to make sure the City enforces its own Charter regarding affordable housing, vacancy rates and tenant’s rights. Because the City needs to do a lot of redevelopment and make a lot of improvements, Citywide to stay competitive regionally, nationally and globally. And I want the people to know that I will take measures to ensure that the City treats all these displaced residents with the dignity and compassion, that also happens to be required by law. Many projects are approved in violation of zoning and environmental laws, and done without proper consideration or input from the local residents affected by these project approvals. Again, the city has to balance the job of redeveloping the city so it can continue to be the international attraction that helps us thrive – and transition into a more livable city as the population increases by millions over the next decade.

There are some pretty humongous challenges in any political system. Different sides pulling in different direction with different ideas on how to steer the city. But one thing I’m sure everyone living in the city can agree on…There is so much waste and inefficiency that can be addressed, right off the bat…that would sure make the rest of the job easier.

Zuma Dogg,

Public Advocate of the Community

LA Daily Blog - All issues, no cartoons

Should I post it 11 more times? (That's up to YOU!)

April 03, 2008 8:39 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Mayor Sam tell the mutt to take a hike

April 03, 2008 8:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

One may need to put a 72 hour moderation hold on these two.

April 03, 2008 8:40 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

"The only psycho missing is the Jack fart guy."

His alarm clock will go off any minute now.

Don Pendejo- STFU.

Zuma- take your meds you are a ranting lunatic.

April 03, 2008 8:44 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

While all you idiots fight about ZD, the other blog has the firing of Daily News Editor Ron Kaye, whose departure will dramatically change LA politics.

April 03, 2008 8:45 AM  

Blogger Red Spot in CD 14 said:

Is the "DR. PHIL BLOGGIN HOUR" almost done??

BTW, under BREAKING NEWS!, SWAT team is being deploy near Drew Street as I type. It was just reported that the gangbanger who was shot and killed after firing on LAPD Officers in Wilmington yesterday, had connections to the neighborhood.

April 03, 2008 8:54 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Zuma please post it 11 more times! Then maybe Mayor Sam will boot your ass out of here.

April 03, 2008 9:00 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

I hope the cops leave Drew St. with 6 gang members in body bags.

April 03, 2008 9:01 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

Oh no...now Mayor Sam's blog ranking is going to go up because I'm posting so many comments here and so is the other guy. Just kidding, I keep telling you I don't care about "hits" because I don't have ads on my blog and I don't post stories just to drive hits. I'll post the stories that I think are important to the community under the jurisdiction of the local politicians. Basically, preparation for City Council public comment.

Here's what's new on LA Daily Blog.com:

VIDEO: Bill O'Reilly SLAYS L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa In On-Air Rant (Nice Publicity For The City Antonio...YOU ARE DONE, BRO!)
HUGE: State of California Crams Up To 50 Sex Offenders In Single El Sereno Building (And Crams Many More In 8 Building Cluster) Community NOT Happy!
Gloria Molina's Arroyo-Seco Mural Controversy Takes An Unfortunate Ugly Turn

VIDEO: Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa on Mayor Tom Bradley with a surprise twist?
VIDEO: Villaraigosa Hecked On Street by Angelenos
Talk about a "Joint Resolution" Los Angeles City Council Votes To Ask The President and Congress To Back-off of State Marijuana Clinics

Los Angeles City Council Approves DWP Rate Hike on the Power Side, But Water Increase Will Come Back for Second Vote Next Week

Zuma's NEWS WIRE (Shady Report) for Wednesday April 2, 2008 (All The News That's Fit To Link)

LA Daily Blog

Now I'd LIKE to take the day off from blogging and do some other things.

Maybe I'll check back later in the afternoon -- or this evening, unless someone wants to keep our back and forth comments going.

I don't mind that either, it's a nice creative outlet.

But otherwise, just check LA Daily Blog for any updates so I don't have to post 'em here.

A once daily update would be nice...but that depends on how much you keep causing me to post updates, which will be every time you take a cheap shot.

If you take issue with any of my postings, though...feel free.

April 03, 2008 9:05 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Wow. Britney Spears, huh?

Is that what this blog has come down to?

How do you spin a connection between this and...LA politics?

April 03, 2008 9:08 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

10 more times Zuma! Come on - only 10 more left!

April 03, 2008 9:08 AM  

Blogger Zuma Dogg said:

9:08 am,

Quit clogging up my comment section!
I got a lot of good info on here, like this:

Tuesday, April 1, 2008
L.A. City Budget Cuts Begin: Villaraigosa Tells Parks & Rec to Cut 40%!!!

Zuma Times has heard that Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa has told the Parks & Recreation Department to cut the budget by a massive 40%!!! (Forty percent!)

There department is already operating with a 20% staff vacancy rate. (Meaning they are operating with 80% of the staff, with 20% shaved off already.) So now we are talking an additional 40% cut in budget that will mean massive cuts in services like maintenance and everything else.

Zuma's Batcomputer estimates this means the Park and Rec staff will be operating at about the 50% level. (But you better do your own math.)

Meanwhile, the City still continues to provide tax breaks and subsidies to developers and other fat cats and pick up the tab for Dodger's events, Grammy parties, American Music Award parties, Playboy Mansion parties and all kinds of corporate events (even though this fee waiver is supposed to be reserved for open to the public events that benefit the community.)

So, the budget cuts are on...first up: Parks & Rec...40% cut.

April 03, 2008 9:17 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Please tell Homeless Dave to take his meds. He will start talking about this blog as "his precious" next. He is so pathetic.

April 03, 2008 9:21 AM  

Blogger Debbie said:

9:08 AM --Wow. Britney Spears, huh? Is that what this blog has come down to? How do you spin a connection between this and...LA politics?

Hold on to your hat,baby ... it's going to be a bumpy ride.

Britney Spears is the corporeal manifestation of everything that is wrong with LA politics today: manic, batshit crazy, la la la attention whore politicians with no effing substance, and now with Sam "It's UnAmerican Not To Like P*ssy" Zell in town, we're reduced to Frapp swigging, cheetos munching, calorie filled news with little nutritional value. Just like Britney.

She is the Poster Girl for current Los Angeles. We should emboss her image on all our emblems.

This is what we've become.


April 03, 2008 9:50 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

zuma what is your problem with mayor sam, you must be realy mad at him to be perposely fucking up his blog like this.

April 03, 2008 10:16 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Funniest city clowncil video I have ever seen.


Mayor Sam, you should post it.

April 03, 2008 10:26 AM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Oh my god. I can't believe Ron Kaye is gone. Was that an April Fool's joke or something? I didn't look at the date.

If that's true - there goes the Daily News, my favorite paper and that is mainly because of Ron Kaye.

April 03, 2008 11:18 AM  

Blogger Edward Headington said:

FYI on Ron Kaye. He was just at the Press Club for the Herald Examiner Reunion Party last month. He is in all the videos recorded that night but references the Daily News (about 6 minutes into the video) specifically here. Wish you well Ron!

April 03, 2008 1:35 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Thank you for that video. I'm a die-hard liberal who loves Ron Kaye. Go figure.

Now about that Bobby. What's up with him? Did he need another line or something? A little bump in the bathroom? Bobby - keep your fingers away from your nose. Didn't your mom teach you that?

April 03, 2008 2:12 PM  

Blogger Mayor Sam said:

Britney Spears is the major motivation for Denny Zine these days.

April 03, 2008 2:43 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Well, whatever it takes to get him motivated.

April 03, 2008 2:50 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

It IS absurd, how a bald, fat guy from the west valley, who clearly fancies himself still a studd, has gotten his only national fame by linking himself to Britney Spears -- who's not even in his district, any more than any of the hot paparazzi haunts or stars' homes are. WHILE the former cop is useless regarding issues that plague the city, like gangs, illegal immigration and their attendant financial ruination.

When things are going to hell, distract the people with Britney Spears.

April 03, 2008 3:53 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Who are you talking to?

April 03, 2008 5:17 PM  

Anonymous Anonymous said:

Don Quixote shut the fuck up, nobody gives a shit about problems with shar-pei face and anony-mousa.

April 03, 2008 5:35 PM  

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