Thursday, February 9, 2012

Bludiamonds Exclusive: Counte$$ ad campaign reveals Zimmer supporters sent to Al Qaeda training camp with Hoboken tax dollars

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Former advertising professional and perennial candidate for something-or-other Beth Mason officially kick started her Madison Avenue career, along with her 2013 Mayoral/Assembly/GlobalEmpre$$/whatever-she-can-get-her-hands-on Campaign today with the launch of a major advertisement accusing Mayor Dawn Zimmer of sending her political supporters to terrorist training camps in Pakistan.

The ad campaign, titled “15 Lashes for Bombing the Taxpayer,” calls for the Mayor to be constrained in stocks and publicly heckled, stalked and lashed in front of the City Hall, followed by a pie in the face from each and every customer on their way out of Carlo's Bakery.
The grounds for this highly unusual punishment are treason and sedition against the Counte$$ and United States perpetrated at Hoboken taxpayer expense. The Mayor, according to the ad, used taxpayer money to send two political supporters to Pakistan for terrorist training to be used against Hoboken residents.

The actual facts of the case are clear, but Counte$$ Ma$on has a great deal of experience dealing in wild allegations that have little to no basis in fact, so this is not of great concern. In fact, as the good people of Gillette will tell you, Counte$$’s “fluid” relationship with the facts came to define her former career in the advertising world. For example, she has been known to claim she “wrote the book” on client service, when in fact she only ever wrote two chapters – 7 and 11.

Counte$$ is similarly unconcerned with the copyright infringement of the use of Al Quaeda’s logo in the new ad, nor with the fact that no Hoboken official ever actually went to Pakistan.

“I can show you the receipts for the cab rides to the airport,” said Counte$$, referring to city-sponsored rides for a city employee to Newark Airport to attend an industry conference. “The Zimmer Zombies were riding in stretch Hummer limos to Newark airport, flown to Pakistan, and trained to come back here and kill Americans and rape Hoboken taxpayers." 
A Hoboken resident after seeing the initial advertisement, asked Counte$$ Ma$on at this week’s City Council meeting about the veracity of the allegations. Counte$$ was prepared however, and had her pet-shop-dwelling pet chimp, himself the benefactor of a highly opaque rental arrangement with a major campaign patron, challenge the speaker's Hoboken residency on account of a few months he spent working abroad. Counte$$, a very recently declared Giants fan (not unlike Kids First, which she also endorsed post-victory), used a football analogy to show her appreciation of Timmy’s efforts.
“Councilman Awkyoopintay did a nice job running interference,” Counte$$ said. “He’s not the brightest bulb, or even the 18th-brightest, but he does what he’s told, and that’s what’s important. Good job, Timmy. Good boy!”
Last Countess whooped it up yelling, "USA! USA!" 

Move your chooz re: donate old sneakers for new blacktop


These are some righteous kids doing some good for the world right here in Hoboken.
Their video is pretty darn entertaining and they have an affinity for Mark Knopfer which is uncanny for their age.  
So here's their deal:

Tige Anderson (12) and Owen Possick (11), students at Hoboken’s Mustard Seed School are concerned about the earth. When they learned that over 300 million pairs of shoes are thrown in the trash each year they decided to do something about it.  With the help of their school, the boys are working with the Nike Reuse-A-Shoe program which turns old, worn out sneakers--sneakers that would have end up in a landfill--into playing surfaces for parks, running tracks,  and basketball courts. The intrepid 6th graders are determined to collect more than 500 pairs of sneakers  which they will then send to the Reuse-A-Shoe program for recycling. A collection bin has also been placed in City Hall by Hoboken’s Green Team, and you can take shoe donations there as well.  Also, anyone interested in donating sneakers (no cleats or spikes please) can call 201-668-2989 to arrange for a pickup between now and February 16th.

Don't toss your sneakers on a wire, we'll take them
and make a basketball court out of them.

The critical schedule of public events on the Monarch Project

Updates from Hoboken Residents for a Public Waterfront 

We need you to attend and speak out against the Monarch:

Hoboken Planning Board
Tuesday, March 6, 2012 – 7:00PM
Downstairs conference room of City Hall – enter on Newark Street

The Monarch project has been officially scheduled for the March 6th Hoboken Planning Board meeting at 7:00PM and WE NEED YOUR ATTENDANCE.  This planning board could be our best venue to stop this project in its tracks.  The Hoboken Planning Board had to reschedule a recent meeting for the Southwest Hoboken Redevelopment project because the number of residents who attended broke fire safety codes.  That kind of showing speaks volumes to elected officials.  It has been communicated to our group numerous times by public officials that a strong showing of opposition at public hearings is very important in our effort to defeat this project.  Eleven years ago this same developer withdrew his application to develop the uptown piers after a strong showing of opposition from local citizens.  We need to pack the room on March 6th!

Hudson County Planning Board
Monarch Project Special Meeting
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 – 6:30PM
Freeholders Chambers - 3rd Floor
567 Pavonia Ave. Jersey City, NJ 07306
(one block from the Journal Square PATH station)

The Hudson County Planning Board tabled the Monarch project at their last meeting to ensure all members of the public have a chance to speak.  They have scheduled a special meeting for February 22nd at 6:30 PM.  The County Planning Board focuses on traffic and drainage implications on its county roads.  It is important to show our opposition and to point out holes in the developer’s application.  For example, the traffic report submitted by the developer was completed while Sinatra Drive was closed due to the latest roadway collapse.  How can you get an accurate traffic count on a road that is closed to traffic?  For the record, this is the third time that roadway has collapsed since the Shipyard project began.  Kevin Coakley, legal counsel hired by Shipyard Associates, argued the Sinatra Drive collapse has no connection with the Monarch application.  Miraculously, since the first county meeting, construction resumed full force and the road has been re-opened.  Shipyard Associates did not seem to care about that repair work until they could use it as leverage with the county for approval.  These are the abuses we are looking to fight against.  Helpful areas for residents to speak out against are how crowded the uptown Hoboken area already is before we add three more buildings to Hudson Tea and two more buildings to Maxwell.  You can speak about your wait time for public transportation, over crowding on buses and the ferry, lack of parking, inability to travel across town for errands, etc.  Any area where you believe this project will degrade public welfare in Hoboken is open for discussion.  PLEASE COME JOIN US.

Hoboken Residents for a Public Waterfront
@HobokenRPW on Twitter