And that includes Slabbed New Media because even though Slabbed got that special knock on the door at HQ as part of the aftermath of the Team Letten internet commenting meltdown all any of us have to offer is speculation absent seeing the fabled “Horn Report”.
When the subject matter becomes door knock serious I prefer not to speculate about the identities of the commenters here on Slabbed to the Aaron Broussard – Jefferson Parish landfill investigation, Telemachus being the most frequently speculated upon. Unlike NOLA.com, Slabbed never received any comments from a DOJ IP address on the Broussard investigation, which in turn explains the continued interest from the media on this general topic since Slabbed uncovered so much.
Along those lines Mark Moseley at the Lens did some great work on Commentgate and yesterday he checked in with another installment. From a big picture standpoint I’m uncomfortable with private citizens with a brain and writing skills being subjected to scrutiny by officialdom due to the quality of their commentary, Muspench being such an example as Mark points out:
To understand Commentgate is to understand it was more than just the DOJ digging dirt on anonymous internet commenters. This I know, the impacts of the meltdown of Team Letten reverberate across Gulf Coast to this day.
The contrast in the candidates couldn’t be more clear folks.
Meantime, here is a reader submitted photo purportedly of Windy Swetman’s dog lounging on the driveway of the Woolmarket property. Based on a Google maps street daytime view the house indeed resembles the Swetman property. Other than that observation I’d caution about deriving any other inferences regarding any information it conveys about the current Swetman family domicile. Continue reading “Time for Fo Fo and Windy to get it on and Slabbed’s got pictures!”
And here I am sitting on pictures of Windy Swetman’s dog on the driveway of the house up in the greater northern Woolmarket metropolitan area. I noted the comment where Slabbed was termed a rag and I appreciated that remark greatly along with the entire backstory on the AJ Holloway endorsement of Fofo Gilich for Biloxi Mayor.
The ten candidates in the pool run the gambit of diversity as we have Bull to go with Cono. There is Dixie Darlyn who gets a Slabbed award (Slabby) for the political newcomer Handshoe never previously knew anything about. And in true Mississippi fashion almost every major candidate has a nickname as that is the way we roll here.
In any event join Charlene and the rest of the gang and vote for the candidate of your choice. Then, after we’re down to two candidates we’ll let the muck fly.
Slabbed New Media has learned that by call of the City Council, a special meeting will be held in the Council Chambers at approximately 6:30pm Tuesday April 28, 2015, following the Bay Planning and Zoning Board meeting.
The Council has requested the City Clerk be in attendance as the meeting will focus on City finances and the upcoming bonded debt payment.
She said he started out smiling, but got angrier as he talked to her and the others. He became insulting, she said, and said they “just don’t get it,” pointing to his head.
That’s kinda how McKay reacted to his taxpayer funded DMR cruise using Bill Walker’s private yacht fleet when that broke in the media. Funny how that works. Meantime keep treating the retirees like children that owe you something Mr. McKay so we can find out if such is a winning re-election strategy.
Slabbed has done nothing on the above except highlight the show. Gordon Russell and Lee Zurik get the props for bring the story home. Next up for Reed and his son is the hangin’.
Moving right along is a two pack Slabbed New Media was right in the thick of in the prosecution of former Parish Prez Aaron Broussard of the Goatherder Crime Family and the mental meltdown of former Assistant US Attorney Sal Perricone:
From the sweet serendipity files I have a two pack of USDC filings that are circulating around the local legal community. These come from two different readers. First up is a plaintiff’s filing which illustrates why Pro Se litigants have such a bad name in the court system:
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is mad. Really mad! He’s had his fill of all these hyphenated-Americans ballyhooing and expressing pride in their ethnic heritage. Jindal joined a group of 18 presidential wannabes in New Hampshire over the weekend trying to impress Republican diehards. And he didn’t hold back on his distain for those who treasure their heritage.
“I don’t know about you, I’m tired of the hyphenated Americans. No more ‘African-Americans.’ No more ‘Indian-Americans.’ No more ‘Asian-Americans,’ ” Jindal told some 600 Republican activists. So the governor, whose own parents immigrated to the U.S. from India, wants to not only drop his own Indian-American label, but expects everyone else to do likewise.
Now that will certainly cause a real shake up back in Jindal’s home state of Louisiana where, according to local lore, he occasionally stops off to visit. Louisiana is an amalgamation of many cultures, with one of the most diverse mix of diversity found anywhere in America.
Doing away with ethnic identity will come as a real blow to many Louisianans. Italian-Americans are great in Louisiana numbers, and take boundless pride in their heritage. Jindal will no doubt have to take a trip to Independence in Tangipahoa Parish, a town founded by immigrants from southern Italy, and break the news to the locals that they no longer can be called Italian-Americans.
He will find little support in New Orleans where the St. Joseph’s Day festival, honoring Italian-Louisianans is a major annual event. Also, I would urge the Governor to avoid the American Italian Cultural Center, the pride of New Orleans that houses the largest Italian museum in the nation. Continue Reading……………….