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What Drama Will Time Warner Cable Bring Next?

June 19th, 2012 by jake · 1 Comment

This guy from the Humane Society of the United States has been snowed into believing Louisville wants that hot mess of a killing machine. So he’s bringing his book tour to town today. To show how disconnected from reality the guy is – thanks to his boy, Justin Scally – he’s appearing at a dying Barnes and Noble location rather than the city’s independent bookseller. [WFPL]

Here’s one of the many reasons Adam Edelen will never get to the bottom of the Kentucky Retirement Systems disaster(s). [Page One]

Last week Greg Fischer was proclaiming that he had little to nothing to do with Kentucky Kingdom. This week he’s claiming to be involved in the process and says he’s not giving up on reopening the park. [FOX41]

Guess no one likes Cordish Cos anymore. Here’s a story about a big fight with AMC Entertainment (movie theaters) that ended in an epic business divorce in Kansas City. [KCS]

Greg Fischer continued his extreme ignorance related to State Government and the Kentucky Kingdom fiasco as Harold Workman called the Koch Family naive. [WAVE3]

You can’t even go to Louisville these days without some idiots leaving their nine-month-old in the car for it to die in the heat these days. [H-L]

The Kochs were complaining about red tape and wanting more from the state without putting up their own cash more than a week ago. But Greg Fischer still maintained that everything was puppies and rainbows. [WHAS11]

An Indiana man has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for bludgeoning and dismembering a 9-year-old girl, then hiding her head, hands and feet in his freezer. [WKYT]

Really, don’t even think about going to Elizabethtown if you don’t want to get beaten to death with a hatchet. [WLKY]

Now WLKY is negotiating with Time Warner to remain on your overpriced cable package. This time the fight’s over when an existing contract ends. Looks like Louisville is in for some fun times with the new cable giant. [Business First]

Can Louisville Metro Government continue funding the Kentucky Retirement Systems mess? Of course not. But it absolutely will. [The 'Ville Voice]

Tags: Cable · Cordish · Death · Dogs · Greg Fischer · Hype · Indiana · Kentucky Kingdom · Metro Government · State Government · WLKY

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  • 1 G'town Reader // Jun 19, 2012 at 7:05 pm

    Love these major local stations feuding with Time Warner. I have an acquaintance who makes his living installing DirectTV – and it’s a GOOD living these days if you don’t mind the long hours! 8-D

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