How Low Can You Go?

A is for Honest.

If you’re Anaheim’s outgoing Mayor-for-Hire, Curt Pringle, the answer is: very. We got hold of this flier that advertises a big tribute to Pringle that will undoubtedly tout his Integrity, Leadership, and Vision.

Wow, a Tribute

We already know more than we need to about those alleged Pringle attributes as we have vividly and abundantly documented in our pages how Der Pringle has managed to insert his grubby little fingers into just about every pie in OC, most prominently the Platinum Triangle Tragedy, The Great ARTIC Ripoff, the HSR Boondoggle, and even how he’s swung peculiar gigs shilling for Rob Reiner’s Children and Families Commission and even the OC Cemetery District.

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From: Bryan Lang <>
Date: Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 4:24 PM
Subject: Anaheim Mayor Curt Pringle Tribute Event

What’s really funny about the upcoming tribute to Pringle is that it is being organized by…Pringle himself! And if you respond to one of Pringle’s flunkies you can join in the party celebrating the Integrity, Leadership, and Vision that Pringle has embodied in his eight year Reign of Profit.

Most of us would feel a little bit awkward celebrating our own Leadership, Integrity, and Vision; apparently the flier left off Pringle’s Humility. Well, we’ll take care of that. And the experience will be humbling.

4 Replies to “How Low Can You Go?”

  1. If the email header was not provided i wouldnt have believed it but you’re right. Pringle & Associates is the one promoting the event and apparently taking rsvp’s.

    Maybe there will be several medals and humanitarian awards bestowed on him at the event from the Mutual Admiration Society.

  2. Pringle was up for the Mahatma Ghandi Award but got beat out by Dr. Schweizer and Mother Theresa.

    But he did discover radium so go screw yourselves FFFF!.

  3. I thought my sister-in-law took the vanity award for her self-thrown birthday events……They would make a great couple!

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