I'll admit - I was on the "Go 4 It" bandwagon. I pre-ordered a Favre jersey. But now the pain must stop. Even the worst sportswriter in the world (in one of the worst sentences ever constructed) shows he understands this:
As the [Woody Johnson] World Turns, and stomachs of the Jets New York Jets ' long-suffering fans turn along with it as they brace for the arrival of a new coach and possible return of an old quarterback, the prospects for a Happy New Year hinge too heavily on the fragile 39-year-old hinge that belongs to Brett Favre.
Somewhere in that twisted, smoking mass of words is the right idea - it's time for Brett to head back Mississippi. Or wherever it is he came from.
Like any good Republican Vito has refused to resign, instead hiring a PR firm - Susan Del Percio(photo) - to attempt the impossible. Of course, he's using campaign funds to pay for it.
We all know you get one phone call if you get arrested. The question now is why Fossella, whose campaign manager lived near the police station, didn't call him. Instead, he called the woman you see above - Laura Fay. Fossella is a married father of three.
Fay and Fossella attended an Air Force-sponsored dinner in Britain on July 27, 2003, with dozens of other guests for then-House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.). Documents show Fossella was one of only two members of Congress whose spouses' names were not listed on a guest roster.
D.C. insiders questioned why Fossella called Fay instead of chief of staff Thomas Quaadman, who lives in Alexandria.
"I don't get it. I don't know what he was thinking," a GOP source snapped.
So stay tuned - we may get a sex scandal out of this yet.
March 19, 2008 — ALBANY - An attractive Olympic gold-medalist says she had a close personal relationship with Gov. Paterson earlier this year - during which time she recorded a series of secret telephone conversations with him.
Track-and-field athlete Diane Dixon, of Brooklyn, also told The Post that she had received a private message yesterday morning from Paterson, asking if she was speaking with the media.
No. Not again. Not another gubernatorial fuckfest. Spitzer was qualified, if annoying. Paterson is capable and funny. I do not want Republican hack Joe Bruno as our governor. No no no.
And what the hell is a “close personal relationship”? A drink once in a while? Does she have a blue dress? Article says she threatened to destroy the tapes and that this whole thing was “just a joke”. Some joke.
A friend of mine lives in Dixon’s building. Says the news trucks are thick on the ground.
But there’s a small part of me that wants him to tough it out. So I suggest making the following statement:
Fellow New Yorkers, I apologize to you for all the problems I have caused. I am perfectly willing to resign - losing the office I worked so hard to achieve is at minimum the punishment I deserve. But I am not alone in this … therefore, as soon as Larry Craig and David Vitter resign their Senate seats, I will tender my resignation.
Take that bitchez!
And, a Not Safe For Work picture of "Kristen" after the jump.
New York Governor Eliot Spitzer (D) held a news conference this afternoon to explain his involvement with a ring of expensive call girls. “It’s the water” said Spitzer (aka “Client 9″). “Look, I drink a lot of tap water - don’t even use a Brita. All those drugs they found in the water must have done something to my memory, my judgment. I don’t recall doing any of those women.”
Emperor’s Club employees Bubbles, Candy, and Suzeeee did not immediately return phone calls seeking their comments.
Back in October, we reported on an executive who dropped 241 Gs at an East Side Strip club in one night. Our latest example didn't, er, rack up quite those numbers, but he managed to spend quite a bit getting spanked by a pro. Charity executive Abraham Alexander "used $210,000 meant to cure heart disease to get his own pulse pounding — repeatedly flying a dominatrix halfway across the country to spank him [and] racked up charges on an employer credit card for a slew of personal items, including steamy S&M meet-and-beat sessions with Lady Sage, a world-renowned whip mistress based in Columbus, Ohio ...." [emphasis supplied]
Why didn't he just go to Scores, like Mr. 241G? There's one on the East Side and one on the West. I'm sure they would have spanked him. And the dumbass used his work credit card!
Let's assume that a New York judgeship costs the average: $75,000. Here in NYC, if you want to own a taxi and not lease it for an exhorbitant rate, you have to buy your own medallion for the hood. These are auctioned and usually go for somewhere between $200,000 and $250,000.
So how come a judgeship goes for only a third of what a taxi medallion does? We have a mayor who bought his seat and paid $69 million. Obviously, if judgeships cost more, we'd have better judges and better justice! Time to write to Pataki.
Only the New York City press can do 'em like this. On TV this morning, the NY1 news reader held the Daily News up for all to see. Apparently this rich guy spent nearly a quarter of a mil in one night at one of the city's better adult entertainment spots. Despite witnesses who said he was there, his wife believes that "somebody stole his credit card and went to town with it." Well, at least half of that statement is correct.
We at Agitprop do not engage in such frippery as lap dances. We are shocked ... shocked to our foundation. But we have it on good authority that Scores West Side kicks the East Side club's ass.