by Steve On The Road.
Hey Chas! I know that you and Mr. Bossmund are gonna be proud! A fellow from the state came by this morning and awarded Junk Bros News a citation that is suitable for framing!
The citation is on account of our deployable working conditions at JBN. I think that they are referring to the fact that our street reporters go anywhere on the street at any time! Working with the news print can be rough, and it rubs a lot of people the wrong way!
Speaking of which, we need to get the mirror fixed out here by Free Parking. The sticker that says "Objects May Be Closer Than I Appear" has been up forever. Now that we have this beautiful citation, I think that Rich Bossmund will take some pride and get this mirror tuned up. It is throwing off my aim.
Next year, I think that we all should aim higher. Mr. Bossmund may even invite that Senator Larry Craig McGreevy in to do tap dancing. I hear that his Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport toilet stall has become a tourist attraction. The men's room is right next to the shoeshine shop where the senator used to get his wing-tips buffed. I don't know what all of the commotion is about. We should credit the I-Pod for bringing back tap dancing. If Rich Bossmund could pull some strings, we could get our Free Parking designated as a
National Historic Landmark.
Rumor has it that Mark Foley once texted somebody from here: "IMHO AFAGAY IBAG4 Banana!" I think that translates to: "In My Humble Opinion, A Friend As Good As You Is Busting A Gut For Banana!"
I'm not the most savvy person in the world, but I'd say that this message contained a subliminal endorsement for the Dole and Chiquita lobbyists.
Well at any rate, please tell Mr. Bossmund that I'll doggedly pursue all of the news traffic out here on the street, returning to the cultural roots
and trying to hit dirt.
He can thank me later! Just keep that note paper rolling, cause it's
really piling up deep out here!
Steve On The Road wins citations for Junk Bros. News for Free Parking, by using a notepad provided by Rich Bossmund, and also, now Steve has been given the keys to cleaning up the executive wash room.