Monday, October 25, 2010

Now looka I say looka here

Nice boy but he's got more nerve than a bum tooth

Only in Arizona could there be a story of a rooster statue in the news. The statue sat outside an Apache Junction restaurant, until the city ordered it taken down.

For three days, the giant aluminum fowl was perched atop Hitching Post Pizza and Pub off Arizona 88 approaching the Superstition Mountains. Owner Mehmood Mohiuddin envisioned it as a sort of landmark.

That was until the city made him take it down. On Oct. 12, a city building inspector flanked by two policemen cited Mohiuddin for erecting the statue without a permit. He's now facing a criminal charge that could result in a $2,500 fine, six months in jail and three years' probation.

This is what passes for news in Arizona. At night, they televise high school sports. And people don't belive 2012 is the end of the world. LOOK AT THE SIGNS!

The town is probably in fear that the idol represents a Satanic cult that worships Foghorn Leghorn.

Go, I say go away boy, you bother me

1 comment:

  1. I LOVE Foghorn Leghorn; I like the rooster statue this bloke erected; I HATE this town! The Greater Phoenix Area is just a wide spot in the desert pretending to be cosmopolitan.

    In Airheadzona, they confiscate your brain at the border, which is just as well, because it would boil to death inside your cranium otherwise.

    >>...This is what passes for news in Arizona. At night, they televise high school sports.

    Well, you are precisely correct, DISCCONNECTED. But you forgot to mention that the local newspaper ("The Airheadzona Repugnant") reports in its Sports Section the scores of girl's high school basketball games. Where I come from (Los Angeles), that was known as "P.E.", and it wasn't considered worthy of ink in the Los Angeles Times' Sports Section. Only in Airheadzona (or Podunk, Iowa, or Bumphuk, Idaho)!

    Someone, save me from this state!

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Airheadzona-Hater'