Tuesday, July 4, 2017

“KEEP YOUR HANDS OFF OUR BRYANT PARK!” Secret plan exposed by a house painter at historic site.


The painter, I’m told, reached for something to clean a detail brush with when she saw the words, “Domine, ut videam” (translation: “Lord, let me see”). When she saw the headline news story in the tabloid screamed, “My Lord! This is the silliest thing I’ve ever seen in my life!”

What the painter didn’t know at the time is she stumbled across the “Premiere Issue!” of the worst tabloid in the long history of Lake Worth, Florida, “Vol. 1, Issue 1”, that was delivered FREE OF CHARGE beginning on Friday, January 16th, 2015.

Click on “Gallery Owner Pitches ‘Art Ship’ for Lake Worth’s Waterfront”: 
The tabloid was “Always FREE, Delivered FREE” in 2015, had almost no advertising, and folded up shortly after the elections in March of that year.

Any correlation to the elections that year was purely by coincidence, of course.

Below is an image from “Issue 9” on March 13th from that tabloid, following the elections in March of that year. Then-citizen, later a commissioner, and now-citizen-once-again Ryan Maier (beaming, on left) and now-former-Commissioner Chris McVoy, PhD (blue shirt, arms raised), celebrate Election Day victories at Mamma Mia’s On The Beach.

Click on image from tabloid in 2015:
Former commissioners Maier and McVoy along with jubilant already-former-commissioners JoAnn Golden and Cara Jennings. No word yet on any plans for a reunion.

2 comments:

Greg Rice said...

Wes, don't stop now. Re-post this with additional names of note in the picture on the right. Also joining in in the celebration is Ms. Linda Mahoney, an active participant in the effort to squash the re-development of the Gulfstream Hotel and discourage other developers from trying to do business in the city because of the added cost and delays brought forward by lawsuits filed and appealed from private citizens trying to hold LW back.

Anonymous said...

RICO