Friday, June 15, 2012

Real American Hero: Billy Corey's War Against Black-Run Atlanta

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Billy Corey's War against the City too Busy to Hate
Before we do a quick post, please be sure to have read these two posts on minority-only contracts mandated by the City of Atlanta at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. The City of Atlanta owns the airport: the first step toward ending the insanity Black-Run America (BRA) is simple; de-legitimize in the eyes of a sizable percentage of the bourgeois, those whose investment in the system is beginning to falter. With the median net worth of Americans dropping 40 % since 2007 (but where did that money go?), that day is looking closer and closer.

Have you read those two articles on the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, and how the first Black mayor of Atlanta - Maynard Jackson - mandated that 25 percent (eventually becoming 35 percent) of all contracts go to minority-owned firms?

Alright, let's now look back to 2010. The Atlanta Journal Constitution reported this, Jury finds for Corey Airport Services in lawsuit against Harstfield-Jackson, By Péralte C. Paul and Steve Visser:
A federal jury on Monday awarded $17.5 million in damages to an Atlanta businessman who claimed the City of Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport illegally steered a lucrative indoor advertising contract to a competitor with deep political connections. 
The verdict, which came after nearly eight hours of deliberations, called for Billy Corey and his company, Corey Airport Services, to receive $8.5 million in compensatory damages, to be paid in thirds by the city, Clear Channel Outdoor Inc. and businesswoman Barbara Fouch. 
The jury also awarded Corey $9 million in punitive damages. Clear Channel was ordered to pay $8.5 million and Fouch $500,000. 
The verdict was an embarrassment for Hartsfield-Jackson and City Hall that recalled the political maneuvering and outright corruption that came to symbolize the operation of the airport during the 1980s and 1990s. 
The city said it will appeal Monday's verdict. 
"The city is disappointed with today's verdict in the litigation involving the 2002 airport advertising procurement," Peter Andrews, Atlanta's acting city attorney, said in a statement. "The city maintains that the process used in the airport advertising procurement was fair and lawful and that all those involved acted with integrity. The city respects the judicial process, but does not believe the verdict is supported by the evidence presented at trial."
Corey charged the city violated his rights and its own bidding rules in awarding the contract to Clear Channel and Fouch, its minority partner, whose business interests at the airport go back to 1981. 
Clear Channel and Fouch won the 2002 contract, though Corey contended in his suit, filed in 2004, that his bid was better and would have netted the city more revenue.
Corey said his firm would rebid for the contract the next time the city opens it up. A self-made millionaire who grew up poor in Cabbagetown, Corey complained the contract hadn’t been bid since 2002, when he said he made the best offer for the $9 million contract. 
“It [the contact] has been in the same hands for 30 years. That is what this fight is all about,” he said. “After getting into this thing, I saw how corrupt [the process] was.”
An Atlanta Journal-Constitution investigation in 2002 found that the majority of airport contracts were awarded to campaign contributors and close friends of former mayors Maynard Jackson and Bill Campbell. 
Cronyism. It will always be part of the human experience. But racial cronyism, of a variety that deprives a city (even The Black Mecca) of additional revenue... well, only in BRA would this be tolerated. The AJC reported during the trial this:
The former general manager for Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport testified in a federal trial Monday that former Mayor Bill Campbell barred her from bidding out an airport advertising contract because he didn't want his politically connected friend to lose it. 
Angela Gittens, airport general manager from 1993 to 1998, said Campbell rebuffed her attempts to solicit bids for the lucrative indoor billboard contract and the two got into a "heated" argument over the issue, she said in a videotaped deposition. 
The mayor's friend, Barbara Fouch, is a minority partner with Clear Channel, which still controls indoor billboard advertising at Hartsfield-Jackson. 
"At some point, the mayor told me not to bid it out, not to tender it," Gittens testified, recounting a 1996 conversation with Campbell. "She was a friend of his and he did not want her hurt." 
Fouch, Clear Channel, the city and the airport are defendants in the federal lawsuit filed by Corey Airport Services in 2004. Gittens was the plaintiff's final witness.
Owner Billy Corey charged that Fouch's cozy relationship with Atlanta City Hall led to the woman securing the contract when it was rebid in 2002. 
Campbell, who went to federal prison for two years before his 2008 release, could not be reached for comment. Fouch's billboard advertising interests at the airport go back to 1981. She partnered with a firm that eventually was acquired by Clear Channel.

It was a policy started by Jackson that Mr. Corey challenged in federal court, and initially won. Just what did that policy entail?:
In Atlanta, it was the construction of the city's airport almost 25 years ago, and the desire to give minority-owned businesses a hand in obtaining lucrative construction contracts, that caused then-mayor Maynard H. Jackson Jr. to begin the city's first race-based preference program.
At the time Jackson instituted the first set-aside program, less than 1 percent of contracts in Atlanta went to minority-owned businesses. Today, under the leadership of Mayor Bill Campbell, the city has an established goal of committing 35 percent of all contracts to minority contractors.
So since roughly 1974, the City of Atlanta has been creating an artificial class of Black millionaires, at the same time disenfranchising potential entrepreneurs because of the color of their skin. Didn't some God King say we should only judge by the color of ones content...? Wasn't Atlanta his hometown too?

Back to the future. The AJC reported on June 4th Appeals court tosses judgment in airport case:
A federal appeals court tossed out a jury verdict in favor of Corey Airport Services in the company's longrunning dispute with the Atlanta airport and one of its contractors. 
The 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said Monday that Corey’s “conspiracy claims” involving an advertising contract it failed to win were too vague. 
Corey, which lost the contract in 2002, claimed the city of Atlanta and Hartsfield-Jackson International broke the law by steering the contract to a competitor with political connections, Clear Channel Outdoor Inc. One of its principals, Barbara Fouch, was a longtime friend of the late former Mayor Maynard Jackson. 
After a federal jury agreed and awarded $17.5 million in damages to Corey, the city last year settled its share with Corey for $3.9 million and admitted no wrongdoing. The appeals court ruling effectively vacates the portion of the damages that were to be paid by Clear Channel and Fouch.
Could this whole incident be headed to the Supreme Court of the United States? Look, the amount of money wasted on just one airport over a near 40-year time span (the money left on the table because of racial cronyism -- which blinded The Blacks in charge of Atlanta from actually utilizing the bidding process for garnering the most beneficial and lucrative deals) could have been used in far more realistic manners. Like, the repatriation (er... redistribution) of Black people from some of the nations worst public housing in the inner-city of Atlanta to...  the once crime-free and virtually all-white suburbs of Atlanta.

For now.

But the Billy Corey experience (thus far) with the Judicial Branch of the United States is illustrative of just who the government favors, and just who the government wants to promote. Any and all discrimination against white people in the present will be justified on the grounds of past discrimination against Black people (and increasingly every "disadvantaged" group real or made up); and and all future discrimination against white people will be justified as merely the logical conclusion of Operation Poetic Justice: what whitey did to the Amerindians, we now do to you.

An article by Dale Cardwell of the Neighborhood News (uh-oh, a North Fulton newspaper!!) nailed it when he wrote this, Judges affirm: You have no individual protection:
As for the jury wanting to rectify that corrupted Atlanta bid process, the court added, “The letting of municipal contracts ought not (sic) regularly be the start of a federal case… Governments must have more leeway than that in conducting bid processes for their contracts.” 
Yes, Atlanta — with its rich history of bid rigging and airport contract corruption, in this court’s opinion, needs MORE “leeway” in conducting bid processes.

It’s no small coincidence Atlanta is caught up in another round of controversy regarding airport contacts. Once again, the city has awarded millions to connected individuals in the name of protecting disadvantaged businesses; only for the public to discover after the fact — the contracts were awarded to incredibly wealthy, politically connected individuals who fail to meet the disadvantaged standard. Even more frightening, is the precedent this court’s decision HAS created… What citizen will dare spend $5 million and eight years fighting for his or your constitutional rights — when a three judge panel can wipe out a unanimous jury verdict — delivered by everyday Americans? 
God bless Billy Corey, and how he tried to protect us — from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Political winds can change quickly; understand that the City of Atlanta has been run as a Post-Apartheid South Africa since Maynard Jackson was sworn in as mayor back in 1974. The city implemented what became the blueprint for affirmative action programs nationwide  Black mayors took over a city and began hiring only Black people for public positions and instituting mandatory percentages of contracts to go to minority owned firms). Here's what the New York Times published in 1989:
Georgia's highest court, relying on a recent United States Supreme Court decision on affirmative action, today overturned a widely copied program that has guided Atlanta construction contracts to minority groups. 
The State Supreme Court ruled that the program, which sets a goal of 35 percent minority participation in city-financed construction contracts, failed to meet the standards of a United States Supreme Court decision in January involving a similar program in Richmond, Va. 
Mayor Andrew Young, reacting to the decision, said he would immediately impose a moratorium on letting any new contracts for city construction. 
The Georgia court stopped short of saying that such racially based efforts as the program, the Minority Female Business Enterprise plan to broaden participation in city contracts, were unconstitutional and violated the state's own equal protection law. The court's decision read: ''Rather, assuming without deciding the M.F.B.E. is constitutional on its face, we apply a strict scrutiny standard.'' 
Using that standard. which was also applied in the Richmond case, the court said that Atlanta officials had failed to produce ''convincing evidence'' of discrimination to justify the program. They also failed, the court said, to create a program ''narrowly tailored'' to eliminate the discrimination the officials said had existed.
To many advocates of affirmative action, the decision was as much a blow to such programs as was the United States Supreme Court decision in the Richmond case. Atlanta was termed by one official of the National Association of Minority Contractors as the ''granddaddy affirmative action programs.'' 
Atlanta's program has been credited with increasing minority participation in city contracts to more than 35 percent today from less than 1 one percent in 1972. The city's Office of Contract Compliance said that in 1972 members of minority groups held about $40,000 of contracts totaling $29 million. Last year they had contracts for $33 million of a total city construction program of $80 million. 
''It is a bit shocking and curious,'' said a city attorney said, ''that they could pass on this issue when they were asked to rule on the constitutionality of it. I understand judicial restraint, but it is hard to understand why they sidestepped this issue in a city with the well-deserved national status of having a strong, effective affirmative action program.'' 
The Gains Made in Atlanta 
When it was started in 1973 by Maynard Jackson, the city's first black mayor, it was initially applied to expand Hartsfield International Airport. The airport was competed within the allotted time and under its budget. Goal Is 35% ParticipationThe program sets a goal of 35 percent participation by women, blacks, Hispanic people and Asians on all city-financed projects. Rodney Franklin, the city's chief compliance officer, said that did not mean a quota. He pointed out that goals in participation were waived when it was clear that they could not be reached.
Here's what the New York Times would publish in 1996 regarding affirmative action and the Atlanta Olympic Games:
All across America, affirmative action has been chased into retreat by lawmakers and judges. But here in Atlanta, the private corporation that is staging this summer's Olympic Games has awarded almost a third of its $387 million in construction and vending contracts to companies owned primarily by minorities and women. 
Experts on affirmative action say such numbers are unheard-of in the private sector. But to city leaders, the commitment to minority participation is a reflection of a political reality so entrenched that it has come to be known as "the Atlanta way." 
Twenty-two years ago, after Atlantans elected Maynard H. Jackson Jr. as their first black Mayor, the city pioneered the practice of encouraging joint ventures between white-owned companies and those with minority or female owners. Two decades later, even as such programs elsewhere are being attacked as reverse discrimination, Atlanta's political establishment still embraces affirmative action with enthusiasm. 
"Everybody who is a person of color in this country has benefited from affirmative action," said Mayor Bill Campbell, the third black to lead a city that is now 67 percent black. "There's not been anybody who's gotten into a college on their own, nobody who's gotten a job on their own, no one who's prospered as a businessman or businesswoman on their own without affirmative action. 
"The sad truth in this country, the sad truth even in the city of Atlanta, is that without our affirmative-action programs, our minority businesses would wither." 
In 1973, the year Mr. Jackson was first elected, a tenth of a percent of the city's contract dollars went to companies with minority and female owners. Last year, the figure was 40 percent, exceeding the goal of 36 percent the city had set by statute. And these companies tend to have far more minority employees than do white-owned companies. (Black-owned companies here get far more business than do those owned by women or other minorities.)
The sad truth is this: even with massive amounts of affirmative action, metro Atlanta (and the city of Atlanta and Fulton County) is still plagued with some of the greatest disparities of wealth between Blacks and white people in the nation. And this is just a reflection of nature's cruel joke on a world that still doesn't want to laugh at the punchline.

But in the actions of Billy Corey (and subsequent reversal by the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals), those who can see can laugh. This whole system could come crashing down literally over night.

That's how fragile it is.


Anonymous said...

Sir -- I don't mean to hijack your Atlanta thread, but can you tell us where to send our Zebra comments? I'm really looking forward to that discussion.

Stuff Black People Don't Like said...

Send comments to
Starting now. It will be a most important discussion.

Also, check out the Wayne Williams story for a compare/contrast.

Ray Scissom said...

Off topic, but can we get a mobile template that works properly with the iPhone/Safari? I can't paste links, edit text or even use autocorrect without locking up.

Affirmative action is, and will always be a negro subsidy. It solves no problem and makes no progress. It is a direct transfer of wealth from taxpayers and private individuals into the hands of black people who will never be able to gain wealth on their own. Black people's very presence lowers the value of everything around them including the property they stand on. We're paying them in a futile attempt to raise them up to the level of whites, but every effort we make to integrate them moves white people down closer to their level. They are a cancer on our civilization and we are encouraging them to spread.

Johnny See said...

Oh. My. God.
Great, post, You nailed it, Paul.

"The whole system could come crashing down overnight."

That actually gives me hope. More and more people are waking up and attempting the futile act of attempting making some sense of this idiocy. This attempted attempting fails, obviously, and in a way like a fart makes one recoil and seek fresh air, the cognitive dissonance resonates here, and one begins to smell a faint, pastry like pleasing scent, and is drawn to it. One walks to it, and finds Occam's Razor. Well, one finds it, IF one has one's brain securely installed, properly updated and protected against spam...

Thanks for the regular defrags, Paul. You're our Sociological IT guy. Funny how something as complicated as our brains, a device with no wires, can be described so well with terms used to describe devices that, in the main, can never know anything more that the difference between 1 and 0. Between 'ON' and 'OFF'. That's it. We give the thing complicated instructions rendered by really smart people into ones and zeroes for the dim machine to work with.

I Guess, that this means computers could never be guilty of anything. They are not just borderline retarded, they are the definition of it minus a factor of ten. Computers would therefore be the anti-genius. Software, on the other hand, now that can be as sweet music played by a master.
(Note to all computer makers... YOU are geniuses for making a super stupid yet super fast assistant. Thanks, no disrespect)

Yeah, I digress. Thanks for the inspiring post. I'm going now, to check my girlfriend's software package. Good night.

Anonymous said...

Dear Paul, I think I have read all I want to read about Atlanta. I just don't like the place. I live several hundred miles north, in Tennessee, and used to enjoy the occasional high-end shopping trip to Lenox and Phipps Plaza, but no more. Mostly black help in even the fancy stores and tiresome crowds ogling shiny, upscale objects well out of their price range and for which they have no real need IMO.

I happened to be there on my 60th birthday in 2005, when that guy (sorry I can't remember his name) killed the judge and several other people in and around the courtroom and fled after overpowering a black woman guard about half his size. The helicopters were circling overhead and I was blithely travelling on the subway,and then walked to the Botanical Garden of all places, fortunately not encountering the dude, but wondering why everyone was stopping and watching nearby tvs. Later, folks at the convention my husband was attending at the airport were concerned that I had been in some proximity to the man, but it was my lucky day. Bless those innocent people who lost their lives to a violent maniac that day.

I can't stand Ted Turner, Coca Cola, the Braves, Martin Luther King (or Coon as my late father used to say), the traffic, Home Depot, the "faux" art museum, the Aquarium jammed full of vibrant youth and let's see . . . what else? "Gone With The Wind"? Well, I have a soft spot for Margaret Mitchell and did visit her little apartment where she wrote the tome, which I enjoyed reading many years ago, and Atlanta can claim one absolutely awesome amateur sports figure who was the best ever and that is Bobby Jones, the golfer from the 1920-30s. Truly a gentleman and a marvelous athlete. The cliche about the mold being broken fits him to a T. Impossible to see how there could ever be another Bobby Jones. That world is definitely gone with the wind.

Now back to business, Mr. Kersey. You have completely nailed the awfulness of the educational system there as well as the retrograde political scene and unspeakable criminal activity. I just don't think there is much more to say about this second-rate municipality. "Ugh" is my final word and I hope you train your laser beam on something else soon.

I adore SBPDL but don't have time to read stuff that's been dealt with in previous explications.

Sincerely, Anonymous Was a Woman

P.S. What does YT mean? Yours truly? Please inform.

Anonymous said...

Kindergarten graduation in the 'hood

i'm all white! how about you? said...

here i thought that only whites were corrupt. ain't that a bitch to find out after all these yrs. that my race isn't so bad when it's broken down with not-so slanted eyeglasses! hoo-ray for Billy Corey this is what it's gonna take to get the point out there. that point is to get america to see that there is racism and bigotry on the black side of the fence! again guy's we need alot more outstanding white men/women like Billy Corey to put an end to this situation.

Anonymous said...

Trial junkie here. The "guy who killed the judge" was named Brian Nichols. The mostly black jury declined to give him the death penalty and he is currently in prison.

Anonymous said...

Paul missed the story this time. I want to hear about this Dr. Jordan character and his cop/friend caught leaving his house AFTER THE MURDER.

Anonymous said... the videoape of the pre-k "graduation" ceremony fight. Priceless!!!

Denise said...

To Anonymous White Lady - YT means Whitey. Sound it out.

"Y" "T".


FSR said...

The Dream of the Whiteys is alive in Portland!

On June 13 and June 14, 2012, two large-scale fights occurred in Southeast Portland's Laurelhurst Park.

On June 13, 2012, at 10:36 p.m., Portland Police officers assigned to Central Precinct responded to the report of 150 drunken teenagers in Laurelhurst Park. Officers arrived in the area and contacted several groups of teens leaving the park. Officers explained that the park was closed and that they would need to leave.

As officers drove deeper into the park, they were flagged down by a young woman who directed officers to a 14-year-old male who had been beaten up in the park and was lying on a picnic table at the West end of the pond. The victim suffered facial injuries and Portland Fire & Rescue responded to treat his injuries.

The victim told officers that he was with a friend in the park when he was punched from behind and that several African American teens beat him up and stole his cell phone, iPod, headphones, and hat. Witnesses described to police that a group of 5-10 African American teens were randomly attacking white teens in the park and also attacked a male transient. No other victims came forward to speak to the police and officers did not locate additional victims.

The 14-year-old male victim was transported to an area hospital for treatment to minor facial injuries.

On June 14 at 10:26 p.m., Portland Police officers assigned to Central Precinct responded to the report of a fight of more than twenty males in Laurelhurst Park. Officers arrived didn't see anyone fighting but spoke with three men who said they were attacked by a group of 20-30 African American males in their teens.

The victims, 26-year-old Wesley Vanderbrink of Lake Oswego, 23-year-old Parker Hutchins of Southeast Portland and 22-year-old Gregar Chapin of Southeast Portland, told police they were playing "soccer tennis" at the tennis courts when the lights went out and they began to leave. The lights came back on and the three started to go back to the courts and described to police that they saw a group of 20-30 African American hanging around just East of the courts. Some of the young men began throwing bottles onto the tennis courts and Chapin called out to them, "Hey!" The group of African American males then began to fight with Chapin, Vanderbrink and Hutchins.

Chapin and Vanderbrink suffered facial injuries but declined medical attention.


Two random assaults reported at Laurelhurst Park

Officers arrived and found several groups of teens leaving. As they continued through the park a young woman flagged them down and pointed out a 14-year-old boy who had been beaten up, Simpson said. He was lying on a picnic table.

The boy had been hit in the face and paramedics were called to treat his injuries.

According to Simpson, the victim told officers he was with a friend in the park when he was punched from behind. He said his attackers were 5-10 black teenagers who were randomly attacking white teens in the park. He said they also attacked a homeless man.

The victim said the attackers stole his cell phone, iPod, headphones and hat.

The second attack happened the next night, also around 10:30. In that case, officers got a report of a fight involving more than 20 people in the park.

They didn’t find the fight when they arrived but did find three men who said they were attacked by a group of 20-30 black teenagers, Simpson said.


Notice how this version fails to include the fact that the attackers are black and the victims are white:

Anonymous said...

Portland would be my top choice to see groids wreak havoc in. Can't think of a better urban population that deserves it more...maybe Seattle.

Anonymous said...

You've done Detroit and Atlanta. Time to pay some attention to the bantustan of BRDC -- Black Run District of Columbia -- especially with the current hilarious escapades going on in the DC council.

Biff Malibu said...

Des Moines: Diversities blockading MLK Parkway, robbing motorists

Anonymous said...

Atlanta is an inportent because its where blacks took control of the suburbs and not just the inner city. they have turned Dekalb Clayton and Rockdale counties into the getto.

rjp said...

"Everybody who is a person of color in this country has benefited from affirmative action," said Mayor Bill Campbell, the third black to lead a city that is now 67 percent black. "There's not been anybody who's gotten into a college on their own, nobody who's gotten a job on their own, no one who's prospered as a businessman or businesswoman on their own without affirmative action.

I think this explains it all. No negro is competitive without extra points.

@ Sincerely, Anonymous Was a Woman

I wish all women your age were as wise as you.

Zenster said...

Anon (6/16, 2012 7:12 AM): the videoape of the pre-k "graduation" ceremony fight. Priceless!!!

Actually, this whole commotion started when one of the women opened up a bucket of KFC and saw that the white meat was on top and all the dark meat was at the bottom.

Anonymous said...

I snigger at videos like that commotion one for some reason.

Zenster said...

Anon (6/16, 2012 3:24 PM): I snigger at videos like that commotion one for some reason. [emphasis added]

The Politically Correct term is "snigroe".

YIH said...

@Zenster: With that many sheboons there, all it would have taken was just one bucket of KFC to set 'em off!
Just an inadequate amount of chicken will do it.

Anonymous said...


YT could also be taken to stand for Yours Truly :) In other words, collectively, "us."

Anonymous said...

Afirmative Action is alive and well in Canada too.

My Girlfriend's groid daughter (whom I have written here about in the recent past) is almost finished summer school. That would end her 6th year of a 3 year college accounting program. No I did NOT make a mistake in my math. I said her 6th year of a 3 year program.

I have made subtle suggestions they focus her job search in gubment related employment but didnt dare tell my DWL GF why.

I suspect my suggestions fell upon deaf ears & the daughter will soon be stepping out into the real world to seek employment.

No doubt her resume will be impressive. Unsuspecting employers may think they are getting a well educated young impressionable mind they can mold into their corporate framework.

What they will get is a moron with a worthless college diploma & I have serious doubts she will ever be able to hold down any job for 2 weeks. Hell, it may take her that long to do a simple tax return.

Affirmative action is a crewl trick. She actually thinks she has earned that diploma. She has not.

She cannot make change on a five dollar bill if the item costs two fifty. She could only guess at best. Often guessing at change higher than five dollars. She lost a summer job for just this reason.

Regardless, the instant she gets a job I want her & her smelly ass out of my house so I can call the disinfectors to clean her room. I will immediately renovate her room & repurpose it so she cant come back. 24 fucking hours is all I need.

AnalogMan said...

Anon @ 7:48 re Gf's groid daughter. Pardon me laughing, man, but you are in an impossible place. I can't imagine any woman being worth it. Surely, you can do better?

Anonymous said...

Latarian Milton star of SBPDL

Latarian's other stuff

Doesn't Granny know that without fried chicken the red tails could not have defeated Adolf Hitler?

Didn't she learn anything during black history month?

Ileyne said...

@anon in Canada at 7:48PM
"My Girlfriend's groid daughter (whom I have written here about in the recent past) is almost finished summer school. "

Thanks, Canadian anon, for the update on your g/f's n'groid daughter. Have been wondering what the shake-out on that situation might be.
Here's hoping she moves out and your household is free.
Have to hand it to you, brother. Don't think I could ever make it in a "mixed" partnership with a DWL.

Anonymous said...

Anon at 7:48 PM June ought to consider finding a new girlfriend. A DWL with a black daughter? Come on, you can do better, eh?

Anonymous said...

Biff Malibu: I read that Iowa has some of the worst blacks in the nation. Is there anyone living there who can comment? Thanks.

Zenster said...

Anon (6/16 7:48 PM): I will immediately renovate her room & repurpose it so she cant come back. 24 fucking hours is all I need.

I detect the Voice of Experience™ tinged with a note of grim determination. All the best with your makeover plans.

Biff Malibu said...

I don't know if Iowa blacks are some of the worst. Maybe they just stand out more.