WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 2020
TRUMP’S THREE-HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIRST DAY OUT-OF-OFFICE
AND LET’S WATCH A FAKE JOE BURROW FOOL DUMBED-DOWN CINCINNATIANS
One of the Most Fun Things For Persons of Consequence these days is reviewing the current week’s thirty-two-year-old 1991 Edition of the Whistleblower (the award-winning printed version that was hand-delivered all over town) to see if any people pictured on those pages might be still fogging a mirror these days.
For Example, In This Week’s “All The News That Fits We Print” Edition
We See Bill Cunningham When He Was Only A 43-Year-Old Draft Dodger
Jim Cissell, Who Is Currently One Of Our BFFs On Facebook
Jeff Ruby Was Exploiting The War In 1991
Landslide Charlie Luken Was On His Way To Washington
John Quichwarmer Was Always Looking At Boobs On The Tube
Norma Rashid’s Picture Was In The Whistleblower, Too.
Ken Blackwell Was Inaugurating The Whistleblower Wire Service
Jerry Springer Was Paying Prostitutes By Check
And Our Good Friend Hamilton County Sheriff Si Leis, Who Was Always Trying To Bust Jerry Springer, Is Now Sheriff Of Geezerville
Edition #35 (published on January 29, 1991) of the original printed edition of The Whistleblower (not the Newswire) was delivered to Persons of Consequence all over town. That Week’s “Really Big Story” was all about that “Patriot Missile Protecting Cincinnati” during the Gulf War. The Top Ten List was the Top Ten Reasons most Americans had gotten tired of the war in only 13 days, the Pentagon said Borgman’s cartoon was treason, and WLW Radio Trash Talkers Bill Cunningham was claiming he was NOT a Draft Dodger.
There was a Real Editorial by Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane (before he became “Beloved”), more “Real Facts,” and The Whistleblower was offering a FREE Gas Mask with every new subscription.
And we took “Cheap Shots” at Rev. Morris McCracken, Dr. Floyd Poore, , Jeff Ruby, and Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce President John Williams; and in “Another Real Guest Editorial by Bunky Tadwell,” the Bunkmeister was complaining about the war.
We Featured “Real Letters From Real Readers” and “an Item by Congressman Landslide Charlie Luken .”
Page Five Featured Bluegrass Holler by Ken CamBoo, Phil Samp sportscasting the bombing in Baghdad, Sexual Preferences by Connie Lingus, and Traffic Tie-Ups by John Phillips Sousa.
And on Page Six, John Quichwarmer’s “Boobs on the Tube” included Pat Barry, Norma Rashid, and Jerry Springer; Hamilton County Treasurer Wayne F. Wilke had a special message for troops serving in the Persian Gulf, and our ad for the Scud Bowl.
Maybe By Next Week We’ll Find A Way To Make These Pages Straight.