By popular demand: A Day in the life of Chuckie and Vaughn…..

After I did the teaser on the last feature of Trout Point Lodge Managers Charles Leary and Vaughn Perret in the last issue of Frank Magazine I sent some fan email to the gang there for the bang up parody of the most miserable innkeepers in all of the maritimes. After all folks, it’s not just anyone that makes the cover of Frank.  Seeing as how the original pictures I posted were small I got permission from the gang to present the last issue full size for everyone’s viewing enjoyment. First the cover:

Chuckie and Vaugh on the cover of Frank Magazine
Chuckie and Vaughn on the cover of Frank Magazine

Frank Magazine 4-10-13 Page 2
Republished with permission

7 thoughts on “By popular demand: A Day in the life of Chuckie and Vaughn…..”

  1. At least we know from the outset, on the assumption the pro-corruption factoid has staff who matriculated from the Canadian public education factory system, that there’s a new character in town by the name of Doug Handshow. Is that another “alter ego,” Doug? Or just more evidence that the queer mafia and their allied lickspittles wouldn’t know truth if it was slapped into their faces with a stout 2 X 4. LOL….

    1. “Doug Handshow”
      I wonder if this is a lame attempt to “cover” the story but to frustrate internet searches for the real facts.

      1. The thing is, a simple trip to the Courthouse in Yarmouth is all its takes to unravel the cheap sweater that is this saga. The guy that owns Frank has money. He has some motivation now as well.

        To the extent the Canadians refuse to take out their own trash, I’m more than content those idiots are in the BF Egypt of the North and not down here.

    2. Nova Scotia’s reputation as the most ignorant, backward Province in all of Canada remains intact. The gang sent a DMCA takedown notice to my webhost claiming they owned the Creative work that I republished here, with permission I’ll add.

      This abuse of the DMCA takedown process will not remain unpunished.

      Here is a partial list of Trout Point Lodge defamation suits since 2010 plus the malpractice they filed against Jones Walker to avoid paying the $100K they owe them after the Lodge made the mistake of trying to enroll one of their silly Nova Scotia judgments against me here in the US.

      Trout Point et al v Advance Publications (NS)
      Trout Point et al v Louisiana Media Company (NS)
      Trout Point et al v Handshoe and Jane Doe (AMV) (NS)
      Trout Point et al v Handshoe and Automattic (NS)
      Trout Point et al v Handshoe (NS)
      Trout Point et al v Truitt (NS) 2014
      Trout Point et al v Frank et al (NS) 2014
      Trout Point et al v Jones Walker and Laird (NOLA CDC) 2014

      And this to go with their making guest sign away their rights to review the place online.

      These are acts of service business suicide. I hear the US Ferry is a disappointment and there is no court in Nova Scotia that can make Americans visit the libel Hotel Hell where an unfavorable online review will get the guest sued.

      I think it is hysterical NS tax money is being given out to them. No amount of marketing can salvage their reputation here in the US. Abusive libel laws insure Canadians remain ignorant about the why.

      I’m content seeking justice against these asswipes right here in the good ol US of A.

      1. One would hope that Canada has something, anything even close to this found in the Code of Civil Procedure:

        Art. 863. Signing of pleadings, effect

        A. Every pleading of a party represented by an attorney shall be signed by at least one attorney of record in his individual name, whose address shall be stated. A party who is not represented by an attorney shall sign his pleading and state his address.

        B. Pleadings need not be verified or accompanied by affidavit or certificate, except as otherwise provided by law, but the signature of an attorney or party shall constitute a certification by him that he has read the pleading, and that to the best of his knowledge, information, and belief formed after reasonable inquiry, he certifies all of the following:

        (1) The pleading is not being presented for any improper purpose, such as to harass, cause unnecessary delay, or needlessly increase the cost of litigation.

        (2) Each claim, defense, or other legal assertion in the pleading is warranted by existing law or by a nonfrivolous argument for the extension, modification, or reversal of existing law.

        (3) Each allegation or other factual assertion in the pleading has evidentiary support or, for a specifically identified allegation or factual assertion, is likely to have evidentiary support after a reasonable opportunity for further investigation or discovery.

        (4) Each denial in the pleading of a factual assertion is warranted by the evidence or, for a specifically identified denial, is reasonably based on a lack of information or belief.

        Now, Doug, hint, hint, wink, wink, no doubt any practitioner in Louisiana filing adverse to you certainly should know of the law, or it is true as Earl Long said about attorney general Jack Gremillion, “the law is put into a book to hide it from him.”

        1. They pretty much take anything in Canada, my experience is the sillier the better.

          Now it is ironic you bring up CCP Article 863. 🙂

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