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Re: Kahuna on the run
Elaine Wolff ... you should be ashamed of herself for allowing a hack reporter like Keli Dailey to even print a shoddy piece of crap like this.
How about we do an article on the low life back pages of the Current, which if Im not mistaken .... is made up of strip clubs and “massage parlors.”
How does it feel “Ms. Dailey” that you cant get a job with a real magazine or newspaper, so you have to write for a disrepectful rag like this one? A ragazine that pays your checks by giving lapdances and massages.
You sink down to a level that sewer rats wouldnt even go to ... even when you try to get up on your soap box, the rats are still crappin on your head and you continue to open your mouth.
The Current Bore, San Antone
Added: Friday April 06, 2007 at 04:36 PM EST
Since when do real reporters waste their time stalking myspace users to get their research? So do all Mexicans only eat masa like Pancho Villa- are you really that closed-minded? Perhaps you should learn from some of the more talented writers at the Current.
Fan of the Alamo City, San Antonio, TX
Added: Wednesday April 04, 2007 at 12:23 PM EST
Live and let live
I don’t know this man, but after reading this I have to wonder what you have against him. Overall, your article struck me as snarky, unworthy and bad karma.
On the upside, for now it appears the bogus war against drugs isn’t going to claim another victim.
Please stop trying to make this man a local celeb fugitive and thereby shame john law into active pursuit with this coverage.
Bohica Babe, Mahnke Park
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