Below, an email I sent tonight to South Florida
blogger extraordinaire Chaz Stevens of
Deerfield Beach, http://www.myactsofsedition.com/
Saturday April 10th, 2010 9:55 p.m.
While at Panera Bread late this afternoon,
while doing some reading and writing,
I noticed the ad on page 5B of the Herald
-above- regarding an official Broward School
meeting at Deerfield Beach Middle School
Monday night at 7 p.m.
I made a note to myself that when I got home,
I'd go to the Herald's online advertising page,
make a copy and send it along to you for you
to post or mention to your readers, since your
city has sadly become the Ground Zero for
this contemptible behavior at schools.
But when I checked the Herald's advertising
website as I have in the past,
the ad did NOT appear for some reason,
so I've gone ahead and snapped a photo of it
with my own camera -with predictable
Still, I think it's legible enough for you to
make out okay.
So, guess who doesn't have anything about
this meeting on their own website?
Broward County Schools.
The same geniuses that have at their
disposal, a Cable TV station with TV cameras
that taxpayers have already paid for,
http://www.becon.tv/ but which,
somehow, over the course of the past
few months, could never be used to
televise LIVE or tape any of the
so-called Integrity meetings by
Butterworth & Company,
have now decided to run a paid advertisement
in the newspaper while neglecting
to mention it on their own website.
Geniuses, that is, if by geniuses you
mean clueless, incompetent morons.
Notter & Company are some kind
of role models for the kids, huh?
Just more proof, as if needed, that all
the Broward School Board incumbents
running this Fall have to go buh-bye.
This is just more evidence that they're
part of the problem, not part of the
So faithful readers, here's the current list
of announced Broward School Board
candidates, which I'll be discussing again
by Monday night:
Did you notice whose name is conspicuous
by its absence?
Rhymes with brook.
I actually saw her VERY SWEET decked-out
'campaign' bus rolling north up U.S.-1 past
Gulfstream Park nine days ago, but I got my
camera out too late to actually snap a shot of it
and run it here.