Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Is This Cool or What?

[Mad as hell and not going to take it any more.]

New York Times today --

At an MTA (Metropolitan Transit Authority) hearing on increasing subway fares in New York, Stephen A. Millies denounced the proposed budget. He spoke unfavorably of the MTA Chief Executive Elliot Sander's' $300,000 salary. He emphasized his displeasure by attempting to throw his shoe at Sander, but was restrained by security.

We are familiar with the notion of the Americanization of Iraq. Now comes the Iraqification of America.

However justified, Millies was a heel for tossing his shoe. As a professional loafer I think the whole matter is coming untied. I am glad the security guys gave Millies the boot. It was not clear whether the shoe toss was Milies' sole reason for being there. The security men quickly laced into him and got the upper hand. The undercover gumshoes were right on the job. While being hustled out, Millies shouted that they hadn't heard the last of him.


  1. You cobbled that together quite well.....

  2. Anonymous10:41 PM

    This is the sole reason he lives....