And to Celebrate, He’s Netflixing “Casino Jack”

“Disgraced Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff has finished his stint working at a kosher pizzeria in Baltimore and is now on probation… Tov Pizza owner Ron Rosenbluth tells The Associated Press that he enjoyed his time working with Abramoff and the former lobbyist was very helpful. Abramoff worked on marketing and customer outreach for the pizza shop.” [AP, via Political Wire]


Top marketing ideas:
1) Sell pizza to Indian Casinos at 50% markup.
2) Replace workforce with Chinese slave labor.
3) Hire Ralph Reed as pizza delivery boy.

Casino Jack? I ‘ve seen it, and he’d be a fool not to …

@blogenfreude: Stinque Night at the Movies: “Red Scorpion” and a pissload of beer and chips. And stuff.

Personal defense – stinque style:

STOCKTON – A 67-year-old man trimming trees behind a Safeway store refused to give up his wallet to a would-be robber and ultimately chased the assailant off with a chain saw, police said.

The man was working behind the store on Country Club Boulevard about 10:25 a.m. Sunday when someone approached and asked for a cigarette. The man then pulled out a handgun and demanded the victim’s wallet, but the victim refused.

Police said the would-be robber pulled the trigger but the gun didn’t go off.

That’s when the victim grabbed his chain saw and chased the suspect north on Fontana Avenue until he was out of sight. The gunman was described as black, 20 to 25 years old, 6 feet 2 inches tall and 180 pounds with a black hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans.

Anderson Cooper has video of Adkisson Brigade shooter at Florida school board shooting. Twisted shit. Guy was raving tea party talking points and painting a V for Vendetta glyph on the wall. Beck will canonize him tomorrow.

@redmanlaw: Second case of a NorCal dude not giving up his wallet:

With a gun to his head, a robbery victim refused to give up his wallet to thugs in the Excelsior district Friday and thwarted the theft, police said.

Two men attempted to rob the reluctant victim at Geneva Avenue and Athens Street around 10:43 p.m. One suspect pulled a gun from his jacket pocket, but the victim would not comply with his demands, police said.

“Both suspects beat the victim, pulling off his hat and shirt,” police said. “The suspects were unable to get the victim’s wallet, though they tried.”

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