21 thoughts on “Thursday Haiku

  1. Sanford police chief steps down ‘temporarily’ in wake of Trayvon Martin’s shooting death.

    “My role as the leader of this agency has become a distraction from the investigation,” Lee said in a brief statement. “It is apparent that my involvement in this matter is overshadowing the process.

    “Therefore, I have come to the decision that I must temporarily relieve myself from the position as police chief for the city of Sanford,” Lee said.

    http://www.ktla.com/news/landing/os-trayvon-martin-sanford-chief-20120322,0,6874500.story

    1. I wonder if he stepped down so he could have more time to help the officers re-write their reports and see a couple of white coated hacks to prepare for his medical retirement. With the grand jury being called I guess this was expected. Is this guy related to Sellout?

    1. These incidents occurred in the general vicinity of McPension’s church – St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church – interesting

  2. Rincon strikes again. After all they allowed him to resign. They did not fire him since that would have cost legal fees and well Joe Felz is short of money if your gonna take down the water tax!

  3. Good one, Peaches.

    I visit FFFF every day, at least once a day.

    For me, being an outsider, it’s still mostly about Kelly. But I commend you all for protecting, defending and most of all fighting back against these rotten, raping murdering freaks and monsters who have wormed their way into your fine city and ruined it, basically.

    I’m a true blue SoCal native, born in 1956, and I remember everything. I love Southern California, and I’m confident that we can save it — if our communities pick up and run with the Fullerton model.

    Bravo to you, Fullerton. You guys make me really proud. I’m with you all the way, and there are many, many people all across the country who are with you as well.

    Kelly will have his day, and so will Fullerton.

    As will the three little pigs.

    Bravo. Bravo!

    1. Thanks for the kind and inspiring words SDLocal.

      I’d like to see our town go back to being the kind of place where you are only a stranger once.

  4. Thank you, FL.

    Until recently, I was making the San Diego-Los Angeles trek once or twice weekly. I’ve always felt welcome and safe in Fullerton; never had a problem, ever. Nice restaurants, friendly peeps; as a matter of fact, we almost bought a place in your neck of the woods last summer.

    The fates decided otherwise, and we passed on the deal, alas.

    From what I’ve learned on FFFF, Fullerton is truly a Jeckyl/Hyde kind of town. Evidently when the sun sets, the boozy bar scene takes over and bedlam reigns. It seems that Fullerton has become a destination target for out-of-town SoCal morons who like to get blazed and cause trouble in other people’s back yard.

    Your police clearly are not helping. They’re making things worse.

    That’s a pity, and I really hope you can change this. For me, Fullerton remains one of the quintessential, classy SoCal small cities and I’m always happy to roll through.

    I love Fullerton. You’ve got a fabulous barrel with a few really rotten apples, that’s all. You can fix this. You ARE fixing it, and plenty of us out here are watching and learning.

    The Fullerton model. Seriously. You’re demonstrating how the citizens can — and will — take back their community.

    I’ll be there when Kelly’s statue is officially displayed in front of City Hall. I can hardly wait.

    God bless you guys. God bless Fullerton. This is a big deal. A very big deal.

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