Friday, August 21, 2009

You Creepy Bastards....

Thanks to the ever-watchful Councilman Doug Hawkins (R-25), we are delighted to bring you some information on what a bunch of perverts you guys are. Today in an email blast to his constituents, Hawkins pimps the results of some Google Trends data that says Louisville residents are the most likely in the country to search for "obscene material". Read more....

Louisville Ranked Most Obscene City in the Nation

Google Trends are a way of categorizing what people are searching for most often on the internet. As it turns out, Google has reported the top 10 cities most likely to search for obscene material. Unfortunately, Louisville is ranked number one. Of special concern is the material that deals with small children. Please use the websites below to help keep your children safe. While we just recently sent this information to constituenmts, in light of this new survey, it bears repeating. If you know of any other sites that could be beneficial, please contact my office to help spread the word!

The 10 American Cities Most Likely To Search For Obscene Material:

1. Louisville, KY
2. Rochester, NY
3. Philadelphia, PA
4. Newark, NJ
5. Los Angeles, CA
6. Irvine, CA
7. Pittsburgh, PA
8. Las Vegas, NV
9. Albany, NY
10. Orlando, FL

For more information on this story, check out the article below:
FOX41: Survey calls Louisville "most obscene" city in U.S.

Thanks Doug, for calling us out. Were are a filthy and disgusting lot. We are worse than those whores in Las Vegas and those seedy pimps in Albany.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Tandy In For Mayor

Councilman David Tandy has joined the race for metro mayor, becoming the second Democratic candidate to announce his intentions along side Greg Fischer. The Courier Journal has more HERE.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Community Conversation - August

Welch welcomes Mayor’s Community Conversation To Fairdale High School
Event set for Monday, August 17th at 6:30pm

Louisville—Councilwoman Vicki Aubrey Welch and District 13 will play host to the next Mayor’s Community Conversation on Monday, August 17th at Fairdale High School. “I want to encourage residents to come out and talk with Mayor Abramson and myself about any issue of concern,” says Welch. “I and other Council members will be on hand to listen.”
The Mayor’s Community Conversation will take place in the small gymnasium of Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road beginning at 6:30pm.

Joining Welch for the event will be Council members Rick Blackwell (D-12) and Bob Henderson (D-14).

The Community Conversations bring together representatives of all departments of Metro Government. The Jefferson County Public School System and U.S. Congressman John Yarmuth’s office is also represented. It is held on the third Monday of every month, except December, in different Districts of Metro Louisville.

“I am very happy to be hosting this event in District 13 which is a wonderful opportunity for constituents to access local government in your own neighborhood for one stop shopping with all the government agencies,” says Welch.

For more information about the July ’s Community Conversation call Metro Call at 311 or 574-5000.

Seum is Out of Mayor's Race, As If He Was Ever In....

- WHAS11 is reporting that Dan Seum will not be running for mayor of Louisville. My true and trusty "advisory board" members have been telling me this for a month, and have not squandered the opportunity to say We Told You So. Dan says he wants to stay in the state senate where he can "most effective". Seum will be running against Democratic challenger Marty Meyer for the seat next year.

This particular news item also mentions the really terrible idea of Doug Hawkins running for mayor. One word: Unwinnable.