“Eh, what’s up Doc?“
Good afternoon, today is Friday, October
19th 20th (thank you, Mika) of 2017 and the following must be read [and this is VERY IMPORTANT] with a wise-ass Brooklyn style Bugs Bunny “self-assured” accent, and not [we repeat] not with the lyonnais insouciant French Bugsy dubbed voice —hoir’d — on both banks of the Rhône, et le Val–d’Oise… additionally, we [the staff] also suggest that you certainly not [we repeat, Raquelito] certainly not reproduce Bugsy’s voz —con su doblaje— en Español, because “of course you know, that this (would) mean War”.
“Be with you in a minute, folks!” Gonna look for doña Anabitarte’s article on the paywall of El Universal de México…
TimeStamp: 1200 hours in CET.
Dear, Senator Stewart Smiley (D-WI), please be advised that without the funds, we [the staff] lacked the ability to link up to the Lexis
Nexos Nexis dataBase, and retrieve Ana Anabitarte’s field reporting in order to better argue the point about how the news of Florence Cassez, in 2013, was the perfect fluff-feature segment for the French media to compliment the news of the French military 2013 intervention into Mali, after religious extremists attempted to install a caliphate in Timbuktu.
Fine and peachy, if an extremist Islamist army, previous to the election of Donald Trump was moving in on the Republics of Chile or Honduras, i reckon that former Secretary of State John Kerry would respond in the same fashion as France did in Mali in 2013 —in full force— simply because like with the French with Mali, Chile and Honduras hold a strategic interest for U.S. Economic and/or National Security. Oligarchs and corrupt dictators are fine and peachy for both the U.S. Ministry of State and France’s Department of Interior, because as Mr. Alain Rouquié says: they know how to govern; in Spanish that statement roughly translates to: they Know How To Play Ball.
Anygüey, Senator Smiley, because of the lack of availability of El Universal archives, due to its paywall, the good folks at “la hermana República del Yucatán” were kind forward thinkers and served as a kind of Wayback Machine to one of Ana Anabitarte’s reporting pieces about the release of Florence Cassez from a Mexican prison, and the heroine’s welcome she received from former President François Hollande; for a minute there, i thought that she would be in line to receive the French Legion of Honor, or something like that, in any case here’s the link to the “smoke screen” report: http://yucatan.com.mx/mexico/mexicanos-en-francia-hablan-del-caso-cassez/am
TimeStamp: 2100 hrs.
It’s good timing that right now it’s time for Weekend Edition, because Laughter’s mom’s is about to follow with a special Tribute to Nimrod… but first, Heeeeere’s Barry:
“Eh, what’s up Doc?”
1. Citizens! True Romance: here we are now… https :// youtube .com /watch?v= IZLg497 _uhge