Friday, December 19, 2008

General Hoosegow-Keeping

Because I am a relatively neat and orderly person who likes to keep lists and because my blog mate appears to have fled the state to go surfing in Mexico or done some other crazed thing in response to SAD - the onerous task of updating the FBI's Little List falls to me.

How appropriate that on or near the date that I first created the list, it's time to note another status change; to wit, John Cowdry's on his way to join his colleagues at the Gray Bar Hotel.

I am thinking that the wife who embroidered the CBC hats might be considering a second run of hats - with a minor addition of yet another "C". That would be CCBC: the Convicted Corrupt Bastards Club.


Santa's The FBI's Little List (First posted in December 2007 - Updated on December 19, 2008)

Tom Anderson : Naughty Gray Bar Hotel
Bill Allen: Very, Very, Very Naughty Pled Guilty
Rick Smith: NaughtyPled Guilty
Pete Kott: Naughty and Easy Gray Bar Hotel
Bruce Weyhrauch: Naughty Indicted
John Cowdery: Naughty Indicted, Pled Guilty
Vic Kohring: Naughty Gray Bar Hotel
Ben Stevens: Very Naughty - In the Bag
Ted Stevens: Very, Very Naughty and Haughty - CONVICTED!
Don Young: Naughty and Rude, Under Investigation and Spending $ Like Crazy
Frank Murkowski: Naughty and Slow, Give 'im rope
Jim Clark: Very, Very, Very Naughty Pled Guilty
James C. Hayes: Indicted, Tried and Convicted Gray Bar Hotel
Murilda "Chris" Hayes: Indicted, Pled Out, Gray Bar Hotel


Ishmael said...

All I want for Christmas is Ben Stevens in Jail,
Ben in Jail,
Ben in Jail,
Ben in Jail.

(Sung to the tune of that song about the two front teeth.)

I swear to Jebus above that Kodiak will declare a city holiday when he gets convicted.

KC said...

I wonder what the heck is up with the delay on Ben Stevens. Makes me wonder if someone didn't screw something up when collecting evidence.

Ishmael said...

KC, I was thinking the very same thing! It is either that, or they are building a bullet-proof friggin cast iron case. Obviously, I'm hoping for the latter.

By the way, am I the only one who noticed Ben was nowhere to be seen during Ted's trial? His two daughters (one a Kenai school teacher) were both there pretty much every day, as was the wife; but no Ben. Hmmmm....

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