Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Paying the paperboy
With all of Flint's problems, it's good to know the mayor — who happens to be an ex-con — is busy having a 61-year-old "paperboy" unjustly arrested when he doesn't like The Flint Journal's coverage. This time the mayor's goof cost the city $150,000.
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Labels: Don Williamson, Flint Journal, mayor
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Ex-Con Don declared the Urinal "UNAUTHORIZED READING MATERIAL" hahahaahaha, no joke. That was the term he used.ReplyDelete
Picture hizzoner with an enormous rubber stamp imprinted with the red circle with the diagonal crossbar thingy furiously labeling stacks of Urinals, Uncommon Senses, and Wooden Nickels with his anti-free speech declaration.
Probably the best thing that ever happened to the "paperboy"..ReplyDelete