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Let’s All Feel The Compassion In Possibility City

July 11th, 2012 by jake · 3 Comments

A hearing officer has recommended overturning the hiring of a state merit worker at Little Sandy Correctional Complex after House Democratic Floor Leader Rocky Adkins endorsed the man, the son of a local politician, over the applicant deemed best qualified. [H-L]

Just a reminder that compassionate things like this are happening all over Possibility City. [FOX41]

Everybody is steal freaking out because some other CBS station is now airing in place of WLKY. [C-J/AKN]

Some bridge construction debris fell into the Ohio River and people are freaking out about it. [WHAS11]

Just like we told you yesterday. Louisville Metro Councilman Jerry Miller, R-19, says he agrees with the Jefferson County Attorney that the Government Accountability and Ethics Committee should hold off on investigating purported ethics violations by Councilwoman Barbara Shanklin, D-2. [WFPL]

Here’s more about Louisville’s compassion and possibilities. This man was indicted after an alleged robbery went down with gunfire. [WAVE3]

You mean crappy public transportation can keep the poors from having jobs? Surely not. Surely the public transportation system – especially in Kentucky – is wonderful. [HuffPo]

Thank goodness WLKY (noticed that no other station mentions when a competitor is forced off the local cable extortion company?) isn’t running on your fancy cable. Otherwise you would be subjected to this “exclusive” David Camm interview. Because that jackass is clearly the most important news on earth. [Here & Here]

Also, that WLKY-Insight-TimeWarner cat fight is highly entertaining. You should read the latest details of their affair or whatever. [Business First]

You should probably read this paper from Boston College. It’s all about how Kentucky Retirement Systems is the worst pension system in the entire country. [Page One]

Tags: Guns · Hype · Insight Comm. · Metro Council · Ohio River Bridges · Old Louisville · Possibility City · Scandal · State Government · WLKY

3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Debbie Linnig Michals // Jul 11, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    Let me guess, the investigation of Barbara Shanklin is going to end after the November elections. No one wants to stir up the black voters before election time, they take voting very seriously and they take very seriously the people that embarass and proscute black people. Ask anyone about Clarence Yauncey how much power he has in the west end. This is when we can tell the boys from the men…its going to be interesting.

  • 2 Ryan // Jul 11, 2012 at 4:36 pm

    If WLKY comes back on, how will I learn about all the very important happenings in Rochester, NY?

  • 3 The Tim // Jul 12, 2012 at 9:02 am

    FYI — it’s gonna be in the upper 80s in Rochester today. : )

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