That’s where to look for Bobby Culumber folks:
- Bill Walker needed some help to set up a Special Purpose Entity to steal money from the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources so who does he turn to?
- Need some help explaining away a major bank fraud? Steven Colson sure did back in the day so who did he turn to?
- Is the City Council on your ass for misspending drug forfeiture money and keeping shitty books and you need an auditor willing to say the City is financially healthy just before the police chief kills himself in the parking lot after a major payroll fraud scandal surfaces who you gonna call?
It is just amazing how many times one person pops up so many different ways around these steaming piles of crap:
Brett Favre owes Mississippi $828K and wrestlers owe $4.8M, auditor says in latest demand ~ Anna Wolfe
Continue reading “Like a Fly Circling a Huge Steaming Pile of Shit….”
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All I can say folks is there are some damn sick pervs in this world and that doesn’t count our local knucklehead Brett.
Just laying down a timestamp…..
Too funny folks.
No doubt insurance claims handling after Katrina is reflected in the population loss reported for two of Mississippi’s three Coastal counties:
Here’s a glance at population gains and losses in selected Mississippi counties, according to the Census Bureau website…
Harrison: 189,601 in 2000; estimated 181,191 in 2009. (Down 8,410)
Hancock: 42,967 in 2000; estimated 40,962 in 2009. (Down 2,005)
Opponents of multi-peril insurance offer no alternative for storm victims, an editorial in Sunday’s Sun Herald took the U.S. Chamber of Commence to task for its opposition to Congressman Taylor’s legislation:
The failure of private insurance companies to offer wind coverage to home and business owners in the nation’s coastal regions ought to compel Congress to add wind coverage to the National Flood Insurance Program.
Yet Congressman Gene Taylor’s proposal to do just that is stalled in the House of Representatives.
A primary opponent of Taylor’s proposal is the United States Chamber of Commerce, which four years, eleven months and two weeks after Hurricane Katrina still does not understand the severity of this situation…
If you do business on either the Gulf Coast or the Atlantic Coast, we urge you to contact the U.S. Chamber and urge them to support the only alternative to financial ruin being offered to coastal residents and businesses. Their address is: U.S. Chamber of Commerce; 1615 H St., NW; Washington, DC 20062-2000. Their phone number is (202) 659-6000 and their Web site is uschamber.com. Continue reading “SLABBED not exactly Daily – August 17, 2010”
I don’t have the time to find the old link but I said before the Sun Herald’s Al Jones would have the scoop on Brett’s future plans. Now all he needs to Brett to cooperate.
We begin with my post from September 2009, To the Superbowl and Beyond, actually Nowdy’s comment left on the post after I made it sticky following the NFC Championship game. Brett took a playoff caliber beating and Nowdy took umbrage.
Just before the kickoff of Superbowl week, Rick Cleveland at the Clarion Ledger posted a blog entry which contained pictures of Brett’s ankle and hammie. Someone from Team Favre must have complained because Cleveland pulled the entry. Unfortunately it spread like wildfire in the Who Dat Nation of which the Slabbed Nation is a part so without further adieu here is the pic of the troublesome ankle from Cleveland’s blog purportedly taken after the NFC Championship: Continue reading “Will he or won’t he. Brett Favre calling it quits?”
Pete must have had some of Stevie’s white lightning out of the back because he slaughtered a few of the names in his otherwise entertaining piece. Like I said I can’t explain the attraction other than to simply accept that Hancock County’s most famous beer bar has become a cultural phenomenon in a positive way. The commenters to Finney’s column don’t get it as a group though one obviously did.
Great story, awesome place. Fell off a bar stool once there.
Here is a snippet of the Finney’s column:
Steve Haas is wearing a Viking purple shirt in the midst of, let’s call it, roadhouse decor.
There are pool tables, a wooden stove, and a sign that says, “Green Bay City Limits, Population 96,466.”
Hanging from the ceiling are fishing lures, T-shirts, baseball caps and bras, many of them autographed. Continue reading “On the road to the NFC Championship game Peter Finney finds the Broke Spoke”
I’m not a kilbilly so I’m with dem Dats but Brett is a homie after all and his momma is a slabber. h/t Steve and couz. From the Broke Spoke in the Kiln.