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Greg Can Give Away Money But Ignores LMAS

February 1st, 2011 by jake · 3 Comments

I’m not going to shut up about this. There’s no reason for wasteful legislation to stop meth production. Limiting access to legitimate consumers is ridiculous. Send a letter to your legislator today. [WHAS11]

Is Lexington’s new mayor doing a better job at tackling budget and debt challenges than Louisville’s new mayor? [H-L]

Newsflash: The USDA says physical activity and good nutrition are a must. Will anyone notice? Or will everyone continue sucking down 40 gallons of corn syrup water every day as they ride around Kroger on their Rascal? [WAVE3]

We shared the press release about the Iron Quarter yesterday. But the reality that Greg Fischer is throwing $400K at the buildings and giving permission to demolish them doesn’t sound any better today than it did yesterday. On a funny note: an hour after we published our story, written from the press release, a Guthrie Mayes PR exec called us on our personal telephone lines to ask if we had received the unsolicited release. Yet another reason Louisville can’t have nice things. [FOX41]

East Market Street is getting a fancy new restaurant from the creators of Proof. How bout them apples? Let’s talk about how it’s tough not to get fat again. [Consuming Louisville]

Secretary of State Trey Grayson bid farewell to the Commonwealth last week. Have a look at his goodbye letter. [Page One]

The Kentucky Lottery has millions in unclaimed winnings. If you won? Please apply to be our sugar momma/poppa ASAP. [FatLip]

Egypt isn’t the only country with a problem on its hands. Jordan’s King Abdullah II dismissed his cabinet after protests. [NY Times]

Tags: Bad Behavior · Charity · Dining · Downtown · East Downtown Bus. Assoc. · Greg Fischer · Health Care · Lexington · Lottery · State Government · Trey Grayson · University of Louisville · Youth

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 curtis morrison // Feb 1, 2011 at 8:17 am

    *Guthrie Mayes is also the PR company that manages to the pro-hate, homophobia campaign for Kentucky Farm Bureau. Sure glad Fairness Campaign got to march in the inaugural parade.

  • 2 jake // Feb 1, 2011 at 8:23 am

    Feel free to search this site for some funny demands Guthrie Mayes has made in the past.

  • 3 E // Feb 1, 2011 at 9:22 am

    If I hit a big lottery…you’re on my list.