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MJM Letter To The Editor Plaudits

By Greg L | 26 May 2007 | Humor & Satire, Prince William County | 6 Comments

Today’s Manassas Journal-Messenger includes a letter to the editor which sings our praises, and graduates this site from being mentioned as “a local blog” to “Black Velvet Bruce Li” in the pages of the MJM. I’m not sure this site is worthy of such mention, but it’s appreciated nonetheless.

He calls himself “Black Velvet Bruce Li.” He has a website which recently came to my attention. I am perfectly aware of our sacred First Amendment rights, but in my estimation, this guy has crossed the line on decency. He has disparaged the Journal Messenger, our local politicians, our police officers and both Manassas Park and Manassas City. He has made a mockery of Commonwealth Attorney Paul Ebert (having “Ham Sandwich” running against Ebert and winning), he has accused Tom Kopko of being on the payroll of Faisal Gill and it goes on and on, all for your edification if you have the stomach for it.

Here are some references:

Disparaging the Manassas Journal-Messenger: here, and here.
Disparaging local politicians: here and here.
Disparaging police officers: here, here, here, and here.
Disparaging Manassas Park: here, here, here, here, here, and here.
Disparaging Manassas: here. (perhaps?)
Mocking Paul Ebert: here, here, here, here, here, and here.
Accusing Tom Kopko of being on the payroll of Faisal Gill: here, here, and here.

It’s nice to know that all this work is appreciated, and it’s great to see that Ham Sandwich’s campaign is really getting it’s message out to the voters.

H/T: James Young



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6 Comments

  1. park'd said on 26 May 2007 at 11:36 pm:
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    There’s only one use the MJM has for me and it has something to do with being used right after I finish going #2. Nothing but illegal alien apologists, anarchists, communists and liberals. Glad to see you hit a nerve. Something must be working.

  2. Anonymous said on 27 May 2007 at 12:36 am:
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    When I read things like that, I realize that the movie “Carrie” wasn’t so far fetched. She needs to go to her closet and pray. That computer is the devil’s work. People will think things.

  3. Ron said on 27 May 2007 at 10:32 am:
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    Like my late grandmother (who was no Republican) used to say, “Publicity, good or bad. As long as they spell your name right!”

  4. bwana said on 27 May 2007 at 6:35 pm:
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    Gosh, I had no idea BVBL had so much clout!

  5. anon said on 28 May 2007 at 11:14 am:
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    The part that gets me is where she mentions that Greg “has gone so far as to lead some citizens in the fight to free our community of illegal aliens”. Like that is a bad thing…I guess she enjoys living among criminals.

  6. NoVA Scout said on 28 May 2007 at 11:06 pm:
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    I don’t read every post, but the odd thing about this letter is that I don’t recall ever seeing Greg say anything negative about this guy, Fotis. To the extent Fotis takes any indirect gas around here it’s because of this fellow, Interested Party, who seems to lob these Fotis puff-pieces into comment threads, many of which have virtually nothing to do with the Sheriff’s race. A lot of us have ribbed IP about his misplaced intensity, but it surely doesn’t seem (at least to me) to reflect anything other than a fairly wide spectrum of opinion that the current Sheriff has done a good job that reflects well on him and his Party.

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