Thursday, September 19, 2013

CCRs dwT #38: The Transparent Solution

Dylan sez…
(a short and timely jotting for CCR twits Tweeters)


dwT #38:  As a gesture of good will and confidence in the city’s future, staff of the CCR has donated a snake bite kit and water treatment chemicals for use by Irving’s new interim city manager. 

Backstory clue for the information impaired:   Tonight, the Irving city council appointed Steve McCullough interim city manager.  McCullough, as many will remember, retired as the Irving city manager prior to the pestilence of the Lubbock Mafia regime that plagued and cost the city dearly for the past several years.  McCullough will serve as interim city manager until the council identifies a permanent city manager to replace stigmatized city manager, Tommy Gonzalez.  Considering all that has transpired at city hall in recent years, staff of the CCR believes that a snake bite kit could be warranted for any old regime venomous-vipers that would be silently slithering around.  And to ensure the water supply at city hall is at potable levels, water treatment chemicals might be required should the city manager have ‘poisoned the well’ on his departure.

While confident McCullough will handle this transition period in peerless fashion, staff of the CCR would make just one unusual suggestion for his first day on the job...remove all the front door mats at city hall.  This would prevent anyone from leaving sporting ducats under the mats for use or distribution by anyone at city hall.  That action, in itself, could restore a great deal of confidence in the general public and reflect that a new, well deserved era in city hall management has arrived. 

For details and real facts, see: DMN, Avi Selk, 09-10-13 at...

A note from counsel:  Some “Tweets” from Dylan Westie have been injected with fabricated nouns, verbs, adjectives, conjunctions, adverbs, modifiers and maybe a few dangling participles….Mark Holbrook