Thursday, June 10, 2010

$27.57 Set of four 4-inch Picture Coasters


$13.95 Mouse Pad

Inquire at The Works for pricing on little stickers that will fit on parking meters.

22 comments:

  1. Is that an empty glass in front of Saltzman? Did he drink one beer? Two? Three? Was there a designated driver? Enquiring minds want to know.

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  2. Suitable photo for a caption contest.

    Salzman to Gags: "Wait, wait, watch this one. Do you think that girl is really 18?"

    That prissy little smirk on Gags' face is priceless.

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  3. In other words, you're saying that our DA is into child porn.

    So much for avoiding dirty tricks...

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  4. "Man these republicans are easy!"

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  5. "Now I will sign the letter to the editor 'R. Trent Williams.'"

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  6. "Now I will delete JFK's name from the speech and it's yours."

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  7. "Now I will sign the letter to the editor 'Dick Wyatt' and send it."

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  8. Am keeping track of all his different names on the blogs. Salzman talks to himself a lot lately.

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  9. Does this blog do anything BESIDES dirty tricks?

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  10. The dirty tricks are only at heraldo and with salzman and puppet paul.

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  11. Yep. It keeps the articles in one convenient place out in the open, and even lets you post your crap here.

    So, like if you vaguely remember something about, say, Bear River donations and nine felonies dismissed, it's here. What the Grand Jury had to say... it's here. What Gallegos/Stoen did to Debi August? It's here - and a remarkable pattern emerges... why, lookie here, he violated their constitutional right to a fair trial. How? By hiding evidence.

    Pretty serious stuff for any reporter who is looking to live up to the Times Standard's challenge to deal with the issues.

    What you have here is a DA who is willing to use his office to go after his political enemies, while making plea deal after plea deal with the real bad guys.

    You can call pointing that out dirty tricks if you like. But I don't call up reporters and badger them, and I don't drop off anonymous packets. I don't sneak around in the dark of night putting stickers on parking meters, and I don't mail bumper stickers in plain brown wrappers.

    But maybe I should. Since you guys approve and all.

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  12. why, lookie here, he violated their constitutional right to a fair trial. OOOPs - left out Douglas and Zanotti - see the pattern?

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  13. "You can call pointing that out dirty tricks if you like."

    Thank you, but "pointing out" is redundant, since you are the one who is inventing and propagating these dirty tricks. See above.

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  14. Oh give is a break. The dirty tricks squad is unbelievabLe. I don't care other than stopping this.

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  15. Well so anyone can post here. OK, here is a go. How about the illegal plea bargain that Allison Jackson entered into in the People v. Bryan Schooling case, that caused her "so-called tough on crime" plea bargain to be overturned by a Court of Appeal, and have his 10 year sentence thrown out by the Court of Appeals. Now taking plea bargains isn't really difficult, but Ms. Jackson seemed to figure out how to screw even that up, that led to her plea bargain being thrown out. (Now these were the facts that were actually left out of her ad that was nothing more than a PowerPoint presentation.) If only her Misdemeanor pleas got evaluated!

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  16. You are incorrect. And deliberately misrepresenting the facts. To what end?

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  17. That's all salzman and gallegos do is misrepresent.

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  18. Well Rose, kindly share what facts you think were misrepresented. Was the plea bargain entered into in 2000 not overturned, because it was found to be illegal. (Hint the legal ones rarely get overturned.) Did Allison Jackson represent the people at that plea bargain, or was it some other DDA? If it was, then kindly share who was the DDA at that plea bargain that messed up and allowed an illegal plea to go forward. Wasn't that the critical junction that allowed Gallegos to supposedly screw up the case years later. Unless you have facts to support your details, you tend to look not very credible. Misrepresenting? What would Betty Chinn say about that? What did all those 250+ posters on Heraldo say as to the misrepresentation by the Jackson campaign in the Schooling Ad? OK, people in glass houses should not throw rocks!

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  19. You know something, "anonymous" - you're gonna have to come on here as a real human being, with a name, and a face, and you full connection to Gallegos' campaign.

    You'll get your answers - and they aren't anything like the spin you're trying to employ - but keep it up. You're digging yourself a nice deep hole.

    Now man up.

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  20. No manning up. Gags can't handle the truth.

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  21. Actually Gags lies abouit every thing His past his past his cases and his My Word. Its a pattern.

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