How I spent my summer vacation…….

Some people go to Disney and ride the rides. Me? I went through the contents of Aaron Broussard’s desk drawer and his “official” correspondence. I feel like I almost know Bro. Aaron. Maybe I do since I also speak with people that literally go back to his college days.

On Wednesday Slabbed New Media brought PRR #0532-12 to a successful conclusion with the last 1,500 page document dump. In total I estimate I examined somewhere around 40,000 pages of documents, nabbing around 2,000 pages, some of which I’ve rolled out here on Slabbed since late July, 2012.

Unfortunately the one document that best sums up Broussard’s tenure as Parish Prez was one of a few that simply did not reproduce well. It was a picture of Broussard in his business suit in a dance studio hanging onto the rail practicing a ballerina like pose.  Sadly as a leader of the people he was a simple poseur as the largest amount of retained documents appeared to deal with his travels and/or planning his leisure travel.

I have big plans for the Goatherders as I fully intend to make certain the abuses that have occurred in the telling of this story will never happen again.

7 thoughts on “How I spent my summer vacation…….”

  1. Doug, in simple terms the Lord through His Comforter, the Holy Spirit,is using you as a vessel to prevent others from falling victim to political legal blackmail ( libel tourism).

    Those who show compassion for others, especially those burdened or to be burdened with similar trials and tribulations,are blessed with Compassion. This is why you see people who are victims become activists trying to prevent others from suffering the same victimization.

    Semper Fi bro’.

    1. Those that remember me from back in the day know playing the vessel role is incompatible with my personality type. When that day comes…….
      Semper fi

  2. The fight for justice against corruption is never easy. It never has been and never will be. It exacts a toll on our self, our families, our friends, and especially our children. In the end, I believe, as in my case, the price we pay is well worth holding on to our dignity.
    ~ Frank Serpico ~

  3. This video reminded me of the old media vs slabbed debate.
    In the video the old media is hawaii (notice how the cutter drinks the milk himself).
    In the vdieo slabbed is Trinidad (notice how the cutter serves the milk to the public).
    The old media looks great. But is inefficent and self serving.
    Slabbed is awesome, efficient and serves the public.
    I wonder which model will survive???

    Old Trinidadian Proverb

    If everybody gives a little…
    We can all have a great big time!!!

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