Thursday, January 19, 2006

Off to Trenton...oh never mind

The boss is without car, so I have to join in clearing up that DEP mess today. Joy of all freaking, red tape, bothersome, bureacratic joys. Till then, I'm Ric Cartman, signing off. Don't sully Abe's blog. Just e-mail me if you need to go off the hook.

"It's only paranoia if they're not out to get you."

Edit: Looks like we're looking at an afternoon visit. I'm going to get the new issue posted on-line in the meantime.

Double Edit: Purcell got caught up in meetings and phone calls so no Trenton today. Hopefully his car'll be fixed so I don't have to log miles on my vehicle.

Nevertheless, I want to keep that Cartman picture up. It's way cool.


At 4:00 PM, Blogger Honest Abe said...

Good luck with DEP. Tell them you only need a darkroom when you're developing "digital film."

At 4:34 PM, Blogger Jackie Corley said...

This damn post isn't letting me edit.

Purcell got caught up in meetings and phone calls today so the Trenton trip didn't happen. Hopefully he'll get his car back so I won't have to log miles on mine or waste a few hours on a bureacracy run.

At 6:03 PM, Blogger The Big Professor said...

You people amaze me. You ridicule Senator Lynch and vilify him. For your information, Senator Lynch is the best legislator to have served this state.
The Lynches, père et fils, have contributed greatly to the city they call home, New Brunswick, and to Middlesex County in toto. New Brunswick is a city on the move. A visit here will show new buildings under construction. Indeed, the State of New Jersey is a better place for their having served. It is why there is a bridge named in the elder John Lynch's honor.
Monmouth County's petty tyrants would receive an education observing the statesmen we are honored to have here in Middlesex County.
Many gloat over the unfortunate circumstance of the younger Lynch being investigated by Bush's Federal Bureau of Investigation. This is a politically motivated vendetta. John Lynch will be vindicated, and one day will return to public office. How fortuitous for our state if one day there is a Governor John Lynch!
Certainly you will delete this comment. So be it!


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