Special “Many Happy Returns” E-dition

Trump’s 706th Day In Office

Making Lists of Our Lists

This afternoon at the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane what kind of lists The Blower might be publishing this week, because no matter where you look this time of year, somebody’s publishing another end-of-the-year top ten list.

Some of the top ten lists being suggested include best-and-worst local politicians, things people voted for that they didn’t know anything about, and of course, Eric “Call me Crazy” Deters’ top ten frivolous lawsuits, if he were still permitted to practice law.

But because The Blower has always been the area’s most entertaining “Fake News” publication, we’ll be working on our annual Top Ten Whistleblower “Fake News” Stories for 2018. Send us your nominations today.

And does anybody remember The Whistleblower’s “Top Ten List” 26 years was our Top Ten Whistleblower Top Ten Lists of 1990? Talk about being ahead of the curve. We were all reading that entire edition yesterday in The Blower’s regular Wednesday scheduled Another “Those Were The Good Old Days” E-dition.

Bluegrass Boozers

Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo cautions Whistleblower subscribers during the end-of-the-year holiday season. Please, take care of yourself. A recent joint study conducted by the Department of Health and the Department of Motor Vehicles indicates that 23% of traffic accidents are alcohol-related.

This means that the remaining 77% of traffic accidents are caused by those who just drink water, coffee, carbonated drinks, juices, energy drinks, and crap like that.

Therefore, Northern Kentucky Alcoholic Aficionados Bill “Liquid” Plummer and Nathan “Cornbread” Smith say beware of those who do not drink alcohol. They cause three times as many accidents.

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Some penitent items in today’s Blower were sent in by our equally penitent subscribers.

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